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Original title
Swedish release title
International title



- Röster (original):
Sabine Bohlmann Clara / Wolke
Max Felder Feuer
Stefan Günther Iwan
Julia Haacke Cindy
Guido Hoegel Carlos
Domenic Redl Pechfee
Patrick Roche Eis
Barbi Schiller Wind
Sandra Schwittau Pupsi
Maresa Sedlmeier Lillifee
Andrea Wick Plätzchen
Angela Wiederhut Glücksfee
- Svenska röster (2010)
Amy Diamond Lillifee
Nassim Al Fakir Plutten
Jonas Bane Flamman / alv / bäver / get
Mojje Johansson Is-Blå
Mimmi Sandén Virvla / sjöjungfru / alvflicka
Molly Sandén Regna / alvflicka
Alice Svensson Cindy
Ola Forssmed Pigge
Claudia Galli Klara
Nick Atkinson Carlos
Andreas Nilsson Carlos / alv
Linda Åslund Klöver / sjöjungfru
Tom Ljungman Snurre
Göran Berlander bonde / alv
Marie Serneholt Sjöjungfruprinsessan
Vivian Cardinal Muffin
Rico Rönnbäck fiskaralv
Love Bergström alv
Anders Byström alv
Hans Jonsson alv
Daniel Melén tonårig alv
Axel Bergström tonårig alv


Swedish censorship / rating

Censorship number 148051
Date 2010-08-03
Classification Barntillåten
Original length 1994 meters
Notes Aktlängder: 352, 424, 433, 323, 462.

Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 1.85:1
Sound type Sound
Sound system Dolby
Colour type Colour
Width 35 mm
Frames per second 24
Length in metres 1994 meter
Length in minutes 73 min

Original work

Original title Prinzessin Lillifee (Ficticious characters)
Created by Monika Finsterbusch

Production location

2007-03 2008-09

Release dates

Release in Sweden 2010-09-10 Sweden
First showing 2009-03-26 Germany

Holdings Film

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Element type Print
Item base Polyester
Gauge 35 mm

Element type Print
Item base Polyester
Gauge 35 mm

Holdings Posters

Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100

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