Badehotellet (2013– )
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Sommer, See und Sonnenschein 

Weyse must learn to sing in German or else the hotel will be confiscated by the Germans. Helene helps him. Peter comes from England via Sweden to look at the German expansion of Aalborg Airport that Madsen might take part in.

Director:

Fabian Wullenweber

Writers:

Stig Thorsboe (creator, writer), Hanna Lundblad (creator, writer)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Amalie Dollerup Amalie Dollerup ... Amanda Berggren
Bodil Jørgensen Bodil Jørgensen ... Molly Andersen
Lars Ranthe Lars Ranthe ... Grosserer Georg Madsen
Jens Jacob Tychsen Jens Jacob Tychsen ... Edward Weyse
Anne Louise Hassing Anne Louise Hassing ... Therese Madsen
Anette Støvelbæk ... Alice Frigh
Cecilie Stenspil ... Helene Weyse
Peter Hesse Overgaard Peter Hesse Overgaard ... Hjalmar Aurland
Birthe Neumann Birthe Neumann ... Olga Fjeldsø
Sonja Oppenhagen Sonja Oppenhagen ... Lydia Vetterstrøm
Kristian Halken Kristian Halken ... Peter Andreas Kjær
Morten Hemmingsen ... Morten Enevoldsen
Søren Sætter-Lassen ... August Molin
Merete Mærkedahl Merete Mærkedahl ... Otilia
Ulla Vejby Ulla Vejby ... Edith Marie Jensen
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Forced to perform for the Germans in Skagen Weyse suddenly comes up with a genius idea of how to avoid it. However, the German lieutenant Kiessling is also a man of ideas. Additional pressure is put on the distressed actor when film director Gerhard Flügelhorn unexpectedly shows up to launch his anti-Nazi film project. Meanwhile, Mrs. Frigh enjoys the company of the sympathetic Johan Ramsing who is ready to offer sound advice on her business as well as on how she can handle her rebellious daughter. At the same time, Madsen is close to accepting work on the expansion of Aalborg Airport with the certainty of his wife's resistance being a passing phase. Written by -Badehotellet

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Comedy | Drama

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10 February 2020 (Denmark) See more »

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