Last updated
Genre children
Written by Camilla & Maria Gripe
Directed by Christina Lagerson
Starring Eva Rydberg
Birgitta Andersson
Håkan Serner
Ted Åström
Stig Järrel
Lena-Pia Bernhardsson
Siw Malmkvist
Country of origin Sweden
Original language Swedish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes24
Producer Ulla Berglund
Original network TV2
Picture format4:3
Original release1 December (1979-12-01) 
24 December 1979 (1979-12-24)
Preceded by Julius Julskötare (1978)
Followed by Det blir jul på Möllegården (1980)

Trolltider ("Troll Times") was the Sveriges Television's Christmas calendar in 1979. [1] It's one of the titles in the 2009 book Tusen svenska klassiker (2009). [2]



The series revolves around characters from folk tales of old times. [3]


  1. Gläntan vaknar
  2. Gula solar och svarta
  3. Den flygande faran
  4. Feer kan inte ljuga
  5. Hemkomsten
  6. Tjo för vinden!
  7. En synlig, en osynlig
  8. Draken Eldtungas hämnd
  9. Förvandlingen
  10. Människor har för mycket
  11. Falska häxans skratt
  12. Häck Väck Våt Fläck
  13. Lucia, hår och stearin
  14. Tjo för livet!
  15. Trollsnuva och Vätteluva
  16. Muller från berget
  17. Viskande speglar
  18. Firulist och Firulara
  19. Hjältar och Hjältemod
  20. Bergatrollet gångar sig att sova
  21. Katastrofen
  22. När trollen samlas
  23. Trolleborgen
  24. Stilla natt


Reruns were aired in December 1985, and between 23 December 1994 – 25 January 1995.

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  1. "Trolltider" (in Swedish). Svensk mediedatabas. 1979. Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  2. Gradvall et al 2009, nr. 548
  3. "Julkalendrar genom tiderna" (in Swedish). Svensk mediedatabas. Retrieved 2 December 2014.