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Beppe Wolgers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Bertil "Beppe" Wolgers (10 November 1928, Stockholm – 6 August 1986) was a Swedish author, poet, translator, lyricist, actor, entertainer and artist. Wolgers was born in Stockholm. He wrote about a thousand songs and specialized in putting Swedish lyrics to foreign tunes like "Walkin' My Baby Back Home", "Waltz for Debby", "Dat Dere", "Take Five" and "Bachianas brasileiras" no 5. He also made several books and films for children, and did a famous series as a slightly crazy goodnight story teller for children in Swedish television 1968–74 and, as notable, the father of Pippi Longstocking in the 1969 TV series. He died in Östersund from a peptic ulcer. Description above from the Wikipedia article Daniel Radcliffe, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Nov 10, 1928 In Stockholm, Stockholm County, Sweden
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Skäggen 1963-03-09
Latest Project:
Movie Barna från Blåsjöfjället 1980-11-15
Known For
Poster of Between Us
Poster of Beppes godnattstund
Poster of Fantasimissimo
Poster of Skäggen
Movie Barna från Blåsjöfjället Vattudals-Joel 1980-11-15
Movie Thunderclump Himself 1974-09-26
Movie Pippi in the South Seas Kapten Långstrump 1970-01-24
Movie Story of a Woman Fahlen 1970-06-10
Movie Pippi Longstocking Kapten Efraim Långstrump 1969-05-09
Movie Between Us Åge 1969-05-16
Movie Pippi Goes on Board Kapten Efraim Långstrump 1969-10-31
Series Beppes godnattstund Himself / Busan (voice) 1968-01-01
Movie Beppes Godnattstund Beppe/Busan 1968-09-03
Movie Fantasimissimo Unknown 1967-09-02
Movie Hugo and Josephine Gudmarson 1967-12-16
Series Skäggen 1963-03-09