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Lotte Tarp est une Actrice Danoise née le 14 février 1945 à Aarhus (Danemark)

Lotte Tarp

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Nationalité Danemark
Naissance 14 février 1945 à Aarhus (Danemark)
Mort 24 octobre 2002 (à 57 ans) à Copenhague (Danemark)

Lotte Tarp (14 February 1945 – 24 October 2002) was a Danish film actress. She appeared in 27 films between 1962 and 1990. She was born in Århus, Denmark and died in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Karl Stegger
Karl Stegger
(4 films)
Ove Sprogøe
Ove Sprogøe
(4 films)
Dirch Passer
Dirch Passer
(4 films)
Valsø Holm
Valsø Holm
(3 films)
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Filmographie de Lotte Tarp (9 films)

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Actrice

En håndfull tid, 1h37
Genres Drame
Acteurs Espen Skjønberg, Bjørn Sundquist, Minken Fosheim, Susannah York, Nigel Hawthorne, Lotte Tarp
Rôle Ada
Note62% 3.1460553.1460553.1460553.1460553.146055
The elderly Martin believes he hears the voice of Anna, the love of his youth who died during childbirth fifty years before. Guided by her voice, Martin escapes from his nursery home and begins a journey that echoes a chain of fatal events from his past, which increasingly merge with the present.
Olsen-banden, 1h20
Réalisé par Erik Balling
Origine Danemark
Genres Comédie, Policier
Thèmes Hold up
Acteurs Ove Sprogøe, Ebba Amfeldt, Morten Grunwald, Poul Arne Bundgaard, Peter Steen, Poul Reichhardt
Rôle Ulla
Note67% 3.3506853.3506853.3506853.3506853.350685
The plot involves the Olsen Gang as they plan to become millionaires. The movie starts by Egon being arrested for trying to rob a store, while the others run away. After Egon is set free, the gang plan on stealing a golden statue which is worth 12 million. After some planning, the gang sets the plan in action and steal the golden statue. On their way to the airport, their car runs out of gas and the police come take the car (with the statue in it). Constantly chased by Mortensen, they manage to get the statue back and hide it in Kjeld's pram. Unfortunately, Kjeld's wife Yvonne is mad at Kjeld for leaving the pram outside on the sidewalk and takes it away and plans on going back to her mother. The gang now chases after Yvonne (with Mortensen on their tail) and finally succeed on getting the pram back. After almost getting caught, Egon makes a little speech, just before he realizes that the statue is not in the pram. Egon goes mad and leaves Benny and Kjeld behind while he chases after Yvonne. Kjeld and Benny however walk back home with the pram. Turns out that Yvonne didn't go to her mother and came back to Kjeld while Benny is driven home by Ulla. Egon is caught by the police on the boat where Yvonne was supposed to be.
The Jokers
The Jokers (1967)
, 1h34
Réalisé par Michael Winner
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Thriller, Comédie
Thèmes Hold up
Acteurs Oliver Reed, Michael Crawford, Harry Andrews, Michael Hordern, James Donald, Daniel Massey
Rôle Inge
Note66% 3.342293.342293.342293.342293.34229
Michael Tremayne is booted out of Sandhurst. He and his brother David want to do something “big”. They decide to do a crime as a “grand gesture”. The brothers take Inge, David's new inamorata on a tour of London, including the Tower of London. At a dinner party they learn that you cannot be charged with theft unless you intend to permanently deprive the owner of their property. David proposes stealing the crown jewels and sending letters out beforehand, showing they aren’t intending to permanently deprive. Michael is somewhat jealous of David, as David is considered the ‘good’ son and him the ‘bad’ son. They write and deliver the letters. They plant a bomb at the Albert Memorial and observe the police procedure. Next they put a bomb at the lion cage at the London zoo. Then they blow up a ladies lavatory. David gets a laser. They put a bomb at the stock exchange and David goes to the army base, and using a tape recorder records the procedures. Finally the day comes. Michael goes to the jewel room in the Tower and hides a bomb there. David and Michael go to the base and tie up the duty officer. They take the place of the bomb disposal expert and his assistant. They ride with the army to the Tower. The pair go into the bomb room and knock out the rather silly Colonel who went in with them and who commands the army base. David and Michael have had the alarms turned of, due to the danger of “vibration” and use the laser to cut into the cabinets and steal the Crown Jewels. The pair set off a small bomb and a smoke bomb. They two stagger out pretending to be hurt. The pair then escape from the ambulance taking them to hospital along with the jewels. The theft causes a huge stink and a worldwide search is undertaken for the robbers. David and Michael enjoy the media frenzy. One week after the robbery on June 23, 1967, the letters are opened and delivered to the police. When they go to get the jewels from their hiding place they are not there. The police arrive to arrest David. Michael says he doesn’t know anything about the robbery. Michael never delivered his letter. David is identified as the bomb expert, but the witnesses can’t identify Michael. The police investigate, but can’t break down Michael’s alibi of being at a party. Michael is released. David is indicted and bail is refused. The police set up a plan to make Michael think his alibi is breaking down, but Michael evades police surveillance. We then see him digging up the jewels from where he buried them at Stonehenge. Michael calls on a telephone he knows is tapped to say he’s returning the jewels at Trafalgar Square at 4 a. m. The police set up a cordon, but Michael uses their concentration on the square to put them in the scales of justice on top of the Old Bailey. We close with both brothers imprisoned in the Tower, plotting their escape.