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Director  Olle Hellbom
Adapted from  Emil i Lonneberga
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Country  Sweden
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Family
Film series  Emil i Lonneberga
Language  Swedish
Emil and the Piglet movie poster
Writer  Astrid Lindgren (novel)
Release date  6 October 1973 (1973-10-06)
Cast  Jan Ohlsson (Emil), Lena Wisborg (Ida), Allan Edwall (Anton), Emy Storm (Alma), Carsta Löck (Krösa-Maja), Hannelore Schroth (Frau Petrell)
Similar movies  Emil in Lonneberga, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, 2012, Evan Almighty, Battle: Los Angeles, The Hunt

Emil and the Piglet (Swedish: Emil och griseknoen) is a 1973 Swedish film, the third of three films based on the Emil i Lönneberga books written by Astrid Lindgren. At the 10th Guldbagge Awards in 1974, Allan Edwall won the award for Best Actor.

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Cast

Emil and the Piglet Emil and the Piglet Wikipedia
  • Jan Ohlsson as Emil Svensson
  • Lena Wisborg as Ida Svensson
  • Allan Edwall as Anton Svensson
  • Emy Storm as Alma Svensson
  • Björn Gustafson as Alfred
  • Maud Hansson as Lina
  • Georg Årlin as the priest
  • Carsta Löck as Krösa-Maja
  • Hannelore Schroth as fru Petrell
  • Jan Nygren as the auctioneer in Backhorva
  • Pierre Lindstedt as Bulten i Bo
  • Göthe Grefbo as Kråkstorparn
  • Wilhelm Clason as Bastefallarn
  • Curt Masreliez as a Good Templar
  • Hans-Eric Stenborg as a Good Templar
  • Sven Holmberg as a Good Templar
  • Gisela Hahn as the lady teacher

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    References

    Emil and the Piglet Wikipedia
    Emil and the Piglet IMDb Emil and the Piglet themoviedb.org


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