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|Tomorrow My Love|
|Directed by||Finn Karlsson|
|Produced by|| H. P. Møller Andersen |
Esben Høilund Carlsen
|Written by|| Finn Karlsson |
|Edited by||Anker Sørensen|
Tomorrow My Love (Danish : I morgen, min elskede) is a 1971 Danish drama film directed by Finn Karlsson and starring Lykke Nielsen.
Danish is a North Germanic language spoken by around six million people, principally in Denmark and in the region of Southern Schleswig in northern Germany, where it has minority language status. Also, minor Danish-speaking communities are found in Norway, Sweden, Spain, the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Argentina. Due to immigration and language shift in urban areas, around 15–20% of the population of Greenland speak Danish as their first language.
Walter Morten Grunwald was a Danish actor, stage director and theatre manager.
Jesper Langberg is a Danish film actor. He has appeared in over 50 films since 1965. He was born in Frederiksberg, Denmark. He is the son of actor Sigurd Langberg and younger brother of actor Ebbe Langberg.
Erni Arneson was a Danish film actress. She appeared in 25 films between 1942 and 2006. She was born in Århus, Denmark and died in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Kjøbenhavns Boldklub or KB is a Danish sports club based in Copenhagen. The club was founded 26 April 1876 on the grassy fields in outer Copenhagen which later became Fælledparken. Tennis has been played since 1883. The club hosted, in 1921, one of the early tennis majors: the World Covered Court Championships, won by William Laurentz that year. Today, along with the sports already mentioned, the club also has facilities for badminton, swimming and pétanque.
Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen is the current President of the Badminton World Federation and a retired Danish badminton player who won major international singles titles in the 1990s, and ranks among Denmark's badminton greats.
Denmark competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. 100 competitors, 88 men and 12 women, took part in 46 events in 15 sports. Cyclist Knud Enemark Jensen died during the team time trial.
Denmark competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. 129 competitors, 115 men and 14 women, took part in 73 events in 15 sports.
Denmark competed at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London, England. 162 competitors, 144 men and 18 women, took part in 83 events in 17 sports.
Denmark competed at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany. 121 competitors, 105 men and 16 women, took part in 71 events in 14 sports.
Denmark competed at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium. 154 competitors, 150 men and 4 women, took part in 66 events in 14 sports.
ICCF Denmark belongs to the ICCF national member federations.
The Bodil Award for Best Danish Film is one of the categories for the Bodil Awards presented annually by the Danish Film Critics Association. It was created in 1948 and is one of the oldest film prizes in Europe. The jury can decide not to give out the award if no deserving films are submitted. This has occurred once, in 1974. More than one film also can receive the award in a single year, as occurred in 1955.
Færgekroen is a 1956 Danish film directed by Poul Bang and starring Dirch Passer.
Seksdagesløbet is a 1958 Danish drama film directed by Jørgen Roos and starring Poul Reichhardt.
Paradise and Back is a 1964 Danish family film directed by Gabriel Axel and starring Poul Reichhardt.
Revolution My A is a 1970 Danish film directed by Erik Balling and starring Ove Sprogøe.
Terror is a 1977 Danish crime film directed by Gert Fredholm and starring Bo Løvetand.
The Denmark national under-19 football team was founded in 1950 as an under-18 team. In 2001, it was changed to an under-19 team.
Sophie Lykke was a Danish county administrator, landholder and noble.
Ann Eleonora Jørgensen is a Danish film, television and stage actress.
Højriis Castle is a manor house located at Sallingsund, 7 km south of Nykøbing, on the island of Mors in the north-west of Denmark.
Gentofte BK, also known as GBK is a badminton club in Gentofte, Gentofte Municipality, Copenhagen, Denmark. It is based in Gentofte Sportsby. The club has won more than a hundred titles. It experienced its most successful period in the late 1970s and 1980 when it won Europe Cup seven times. Former players include some of Denmark's most successful badminton players, including, Morten Frost, Lene Køppen, Poul-Erik Høyer, Peter Gade and Camilla Martin.