Emil's Mischiefs

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Emil’s Mischiefs
Directed by Varis Brasla
Written by Alvis Lapiņš (writer)
Astrid Lindgren (novel "Än lever Emil i Lönneberga")
Starring Māris Zonnenbergs-Zambergs
Madara Dišlere
Dace Eversa
Uldis Dumpis
Diāna Zande
Music by Imants Kalniņš
Cinematography Dāvis Sīmanis
Edited bySigne Šķila
Distributed by Riga Film Studio
Release date
  • 1985 (1985)
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageLatvian

Emil's Mischiefs (Latvian : Emīla nedarbi, Russian : Проделки сорванца, romanized: Prodelky sorvantsa – Tricks of a rascal) is a 1985 Latvian TV-film about the Astrid Lindgren character, Emil i Lönneberga. It was produced by Riga Film Studio.

The film was awarded the Latvian National Film Prize Lielais Kristaps in 1985.

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