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Frimann Falck Clausen


12 Movies0TV shows
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About Frimann Falck

Frimann Falck is most well known for acting, and has 12 known credits, of which 12 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Frimann Falck’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Frimann Falck’s movies you should definitely watch The Fire (1973) Frimann has worked on!

  1. The Fire (1973)
  2. Ransom (1974)
  3. Smugglers (1968)
  4. Unknown Man's Story (1951)
  5. Ballad of the Masterthief Ole Hoiland (1970)

1. The Fire (1973 Movie)

The best rated movie Frimann Falck has been a part of is the fantasy, drama movie The Fire, where they had the role of Boss. It has a rating 2.6 on IMDb.

2. Ransom (1974)

Ransom has a rating on 5.6 on IMDb . Frimann Falck worked on this action, drama, thriller movie as Schmidt.

3. Smugglers (1968)

In Smugglers Frimann Falck was worked as Toast the Knowing. This action, crime movie has a rating on 5.1 on IMDb.

4. Unknown Man's Story (1951)

This crime, drama movie has a rating on 6.1 on IMDb. In Unknown Man's Story Frimann Falck had the role of 2. Betjent.

5. Ballad of the Masterthief Ole Hoiland (1970)

Frimann Falck was a part of the movie Ballad of the Masterthief Ole Hoiland as lensmann Nielsen. This movie has a rating 5.7 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Frimann Falck born?

Frimann Falck’s birthday is on 15 February 1921 .

What is Frimann Falck’s gender?

Frimann Falck is male.

What is Frimann most known for?

Frimann Falck is most known for acting. Frimann has worked on 12 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Frimann Falck’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Fire, which has a score of 0.0.

Frimann’s Filmography

As Boss. A young boy lives alone in a small room in a block of flats, with a phone ringing constantly, without anyone at the other end. He runs away, soon to follow everyone telling him to, until he gets involved in a search for a missing girl.

As Schmidt. Following a series of bomb attacks in London, a group of terrorists seize Britain's ambassador to Scandinavia. With the ambassador now a hostage in his residence, another group hijacks an airliner at the capital's airport, announcing that the passengers will not be freed until their demands are met. Colonel Nils Tahlvik, Scandinavia's resourceful and ruthless head of security, seeks to take an uncompromising stance against the terrorists yet his attempts meet resistance from unknown forces at every turn...

Executive producer. For many, the happy twenties were not very happy, with high unemployment, poverty and a bitter disillusioned youth. But at the same time there was prohibition in Norway, with large-scale smuggling and easy-earned money. Ernst, an unemployed architect, stumbles onto the smuggler path, and replaces a gray, boring life with a lush, rowdy and colorful world. Klara, the girl he loves, walks away from him, and Jenny becomes his new girlfriend. Together with Hugo and Elsa, these four make a number of smuggling trips by car - with big profits - but it's not enough. So Ernst invests in boats, and that's when the really messy smuggling starts. He operates in the entire Oslo Fjord, all the way down to Rotterdam, pursued by police and customs, with his infamous torpedo boats. We follow Ernst all the way to the so-called Bygdøyslaget, where smugglers and police brutaly clash together.

As 2. Betjent. Erik Dahl escapes from prison where he is serving a sentence for smuggling. He seeks out his family, but the police have already been there, and he will have to flee. Erik alters their appearance and start a new life as fishmonger in a small town, but he plans to leave the country...

As lensmann Nielsen. Ballad of the Masterthief Ole Hoiland (Norwegian: Balladen om mestertyven Ole Høiland) is a 1970 Norwegian drama film directed by Knut Andersen, and starring a broad cast of notable Norwegian actors, headed by Per Jansen as Ole Høiland. Ole Høiland was an actual Norwegian Robin Hood-figure in the early 19th century. He steals from the rich and gives to the poor, enjoying numerous affairs with attractive women along the way. The story culminates in the ambitious burglary of Norges Bank, Norway's central bank.

As Torsøien. Bør is startled when he discovers that his father-in-law is becoming more Norwegian than he is. The father-in-law is about to raise the village's highest flagpole. Bør can't sit still and watch, and that's why the fight and the intricacies are underway.

As Torsøien, far til Josefine. Bør Børson Jr. will become a great man quickly, but will be ridiculed when lower class in Olderdalen crashes with modern Norway.

As Paul Paulus. This black-and-white Norwegian film is a great rarity: a film with comic elements set in a mental ward which does not overstep the bounds of common sense or good taste.

Executive producer. A wave of violent demonstrations paralyzes a small society. At the same time a cynical group works in the shadows and uses the chaos as a smokescreen for a coup d’état.

As Prosecutor. A hand is pulling the emergency breaks on a train, and a young military recruit has his live all changed. No one can answer a girl's question in court. What colour are dreams? A gathering of destinies. Can anyone answer why things happen?

As Jens Asplund. Norwegian Mystery Serial (Mini) with detectives Helmer and Sigurdsson. Made late 1970s. Quite good for its age.

As Lensmannen. The third installment in Arne Skouen's trilogy about mentally challenged children, in solidarity of the involved children and families.

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