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The Julekalender was a Danish TV series that ran at Christmas 1991. It was written and performed almost entirely by a trio of Danish comedy musicians called De Nattergale with financial and technical assistance from TV2, a Danish television company. It was hugely successful at the time, causing many invented phrases from the series to enter popular culture and was later released on VHS, and recently, DVD.

It had 24 episodes, as has been typical of other TV "calendars" before and since The Julekalender.

Series Cast

  1. Viggo Sommer

    Oluf Sand / Fritz

    24 Episodes

  2. Carsten Knudsen

    Gertrud Sand / Günter

    24 Episodes

  3. Uffe Rørbæk Madsen

    Benny / Hansi

    24 Episodes

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The Julekalender

Season 1

1991 | 24 Episodes

Season 1 of The Julekalender premiered on December 1, 1991.

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Certification -

Type Scripted

Original Language Danish

Runtime 15m

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