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Olsenbanden Jr. (English: The Olsen Junior Gang) is a Norwegian comedy franchise based around a series of films and TV series of under-age criminals, based on the Olsenbanden films. Despite the original Olsen Gang being a Danish invention, the child version was originally a Swedish idea, Lilla Jönssonligan , with Denmark and Norway later following suit.




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