Emil i Lönneberga (film)

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Emil i Lönneberga
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Swedish DVD Cover
Directed by Olle Hellbom
Produced by Olle Nordemar
Written by Astrid Lindgren
Narrated byAstrid Lindgren
Music by Georg Riedel
Release date
4 December 1971 (1971-12-04)
Running time
98 minutes

Emil i Lönneberga is a 1971 Swedish film, the first of three films based on the Emil i Lönneberga books written by Astrid Lindgren.


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