Girls at Sea (1977 film)

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Girls at Sea
Directed by Finn Henriksen
Written byFinn Henriksen
Produced byLars Kolvig
StarringHelle Merete Sørensen
CinematographyErik Wittrup Willumsen
Edited byJens Grønborg
Release date
  • 16 September 1977 (1977-09-16)
Running time
100 minutes

Girls at Sea (Danish : Piger til søs) is a 1977 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Helle Merete Sørensen.


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