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Ante, Mini-Series, 1975 IMDB

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  • The Boy from Lapland

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Lateef NO

2017-07-27 23:34

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[Image: antedulyver.jpg]

Background vehicles:

Ep. 4
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Ep. 6
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Snowmobiles:

Ep. 2
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Ep. 3
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IMPDb (Ep. 6)

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LN-BNM, crashed in 1993.

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karoomay SY

2017-07-28 00:25

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The funny thing is that in high school, I had a Croatian friend named Ante.

50sParis NL

2017-07-28 00:42

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Seems nice; worth seeing? Is it a movie or series?

Lateef NO

2017-07-28 00:47

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I'd say it's one of the few Norwegian TV productions of the 70s worth watching. The whole series can be viewed here, alas, no English subtitles. The TV series aired in 1975 and a cut down TV-movie aired in 1976 - the same movie was released in theatres in 1977.

LVCDC FR

2017-07-30 01:09

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Thanks Lateef !
The ninth page on IMPDB with an aircraft under the colors of Widerĝe.
http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Ante

ingo DE

2017-08-03 20:46

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Is there a Norwegian aequivalent for the Swedish "norrbottenkörd"?

@the non-Europeans here: "norrbottenkörd" makes a classic car very popular, more than "California car". It means, that it was used in the far North of Scandinavia, at best north of the Polar Circle. The freaks love these cars, because in the winter it's so cold over there, that you cannot salt on the streets. And the air there is very dry, so these cars are always rust-free.
Unfortunately not many people are living there, so there are not really many cars there, too.

Maybe in Norway it's a bit different, because it's everywhere very close to the Northern Atlantic with the salty air.

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