Tonny & Tonny (two extremely enthuasiastic hosts wearing toupés) present returning segments, including the neo-noir comedy drama "Klap-I-Olsen" featuring the adventures of a very drunk but ... See full summary »

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1986   1985   Unknown  

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Michael Wikke Michael Wikke ...  0059 Forever (segments 'Klap-I-Olsen') / ... unknown episodes
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Tonny & Tonny (two extremely enthuasiastic hosts wearing toupés) present returning segments, including the neo-noir comedy drama "Klap-I-Olsen" featuring the adventures of a very drunk but highly philosophical detective at his local bar, the romantic (mis)adventures of "Henriette Hermansen", the segment "De fire Jørgen Cleviner" (a sort of children's show for adults) featuring the legendary TV-host Jørgen Clevin, and the reality show "Rambuk-TV" (a futuristic/satirical vision of what reality-tv might evolve into). Written by nathue

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Trivia

Wikke & Rasmussen originally shot a few commercials entitled "Sengeløse Sygehus" to be used within a segment of Tonny Toupé show (1985). The segment was abandoned during the very end of the production period, and instead the writers/directors came up with the neo-noir spoof entitled "Klap-I-Olsen". A year later, though, the commercials turned up in the "Tannhäuser" comedy drama in Sonny Soufflé chok show (1986). See more »

Alternate Versions

For the Danish R2 DVD release in 2004 a few songs were re-recorded due to copyright reasons, including Vangelis's theme from Blade Runner (used for the neo-noir opening in "Klap-I-Olsen"). Michael Wikke and 'Steen Rasmussen' also had to redo their voices in a those scenes. A short featurette (entitled 'Tilbage til Tonny & Sonny') featured on the DVD shows the dubbing process. See more »

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Followed by Ronnie Rosé si'r helt go'nat (1988) See more »

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Official Sites:

Græsted Film [Denmark]

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Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

20 December 1985 (Denmark) See more »

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(5 episodes)

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Color | Black and White (segments 'Klap-I-Olsen')
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