History Series / Vintergatan

25th Oct '15 3:12:40 PM tenryufan
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to problems with copyright regarding the music, the original series has never been released on DVD. SVT, however, have been kind enough to show reruns from time to time. * DawsonCasting: The main characters are mentioned to be "around 13", but the actors were in their late 20's at the time of recording.

* WordOfGod...: ...has commented on this page. Of course, it could be an impostor or a fraud, but since he's a bit more closely tied to his fanbase than other writer-directors, it's more likely than, say, Michael Bay complimenting his fanclub. * YouLookFamiliar: Peo and Captain Zoom were played by the same actor. This is never remarked on aside from the occassional 'You look a lot like Peo'[[spoiler: aside from in the end of ''VVS'', where it's used for a PaperThinDisguise by Zoom as Peo. It works for long enough.]]

* FanNickname: Lenny 'Råttan' ('The Rat') Lennartsson.
23rd Sep '14 9:55:52 AM Bjerstedt
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Added Dawson Casting
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* DawsonCasting: The main characters are mentioned to be "around 13", but the actors were in their late 20's at the time of recording.
2nd Mar '14 9:17:59 AM fq
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don't refer to yourself when adding examples
* VillainsOutShopping: Villains are frequently seen engaged in harmless activities. This troper distinctly remembers 'the mutants' being out getting backrubs in one episode of either 5A or 5B, and The Count in ''VVS'' frequently plays with his Playmobil figures.
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* VillainsOutShopping: Villains are frequently seen engaged in harmless activities. This troper distinctly remembers In one episode 'the mutants' being are out getting backrubs in one episode of either 5A or 5B, backrubs, and The Count in ''VVS'' frequently plays with his Playmobil figures.

* FanNickname: This troper has found "Lenny 'Råttan' ('The Rat') Lennartsson" bouncing about. She's quite fond of it.
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* FanNickname: This troper has found "Lenny Lenny 'Råttan' ('The Rat') Lennartsson" bouncing about. She's quite fond of it.Lennartsson.
2nd Jun '13 12:59:11 PM SilentHunterUK
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''Vintergatan'' (''The Milky Way'') is a term used commonly when talking about the ''Vintergatan''-universe in general.
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''Vintergatan'' (''The Milky Way'') is a term used commonly when talking about the ''Vintergatan''-universe in general. general - a number of series produced by Sweden's {{SVT}}.
28th Apr '13 8:09:10 AM majohe
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The Count, who had previously appeared a rather humorous, bumbling aristocrat, gained about ten times the creepiness in that moment.
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** The Count, who had previously appeared a rather humorous, bumbling aristocrat, gained about ten times the creepiness in that moment.
16th Jul '12 1:26:51 PM Nocturna
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In the year of 2009, another sequel was made, taking place nearly twenty years after the original -- ''Vid Vintergatans Slut'' ([[IThoughtItMeant don't laugh]] -- it means ''At The End Of The Milky Way''). It features Mira, all grown up, and not at all like her younger, more adventurous self -- these times, she's a surly, middle-aged woman. She also has a daughter named [[TomboyishName Billie]], who fondly remembers the stories her mother used to tell her when she was small, about space and travels and aliens, which she always assumed was just stories. When she visits her childhood home, however, she finds a spacesuit hidden away, and a [[HumanAliens rather human-looking alien]] named Pax (from the planet Ypsagon) visits her and takes her to her spaceship, claiming she's sent from Peo and mistaking her for Mira. They pick up a reluctant Mira after this, and they finally get to have all the adventures in space Billie always wanted but Mira turned her back to, as they set off to defeat a TerribleTrio (consisting of The Count, The Professor, and [[OddNameOut Lennartsson]]). It kept continuity in mind, and it ''was'' written and directed by the same fellow who did the original 5A and 5B. It ended on a SequelHook, so it looks this ''isn't'' [[AWorldwidePunomenon the end of the Milky Way]].
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In the year of 2009, another sequel was made, taking place nearly twenty years after the original -- ''Vid Vintergatans Slut'' ([[IThoughtItMeant don't laugh]] -- it means ''At The End Of The Milky Way''). It features Mira, all grown up, and not at all like her younger, more adventurous self -- these times, she's a surly, middle-aged woman. She also has a daughter named [[TomboyishName Billie]], who fondly remembers the stories her mother used to tell her when she was small, about space and travels and aliens, which she always assumed was just stories. When she visits her childhood home, however, she finds a spacesuit hidden away, and a [[HumanAliens rather human-looking alien]] named Pax (from the planet Ypsagon) visits her and takes her to her spaceship, claiming she's sent from Peo and mistaking her for Mira. They pick up a reluctant Mira after this, and they finally get to have all the adventures in space Billie always wanted but Mira turned her back to, as they set off to defeat a TerribleTrio (consisting of The Count, The Professor, and [[OddNameOut Lennartsson]]). It kept continuity in mind, and it ''was'' written and directed by the same fellow who did the original 5A and 5B. It ended on a SequelHook, so it looks this ''isn't'' [[AWorldwidePunomenon [[IncrediblyLamePun the end of the Milky Way]].

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22nd Jun '12 1:24:34 AM SeptimusHeap
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YMMV sinkhole
In the year of 2009, another sequel was made, taking place nearly twenty years after the original -- ''Vid Vintergatans Slut'' ([[IThoughtItMeant don't laugh]] -- it means ''At The End Of The Milky Way''). It features Mira, all grown up, and not at all like her younger, more adventurous self -- these times, she's a surly, middle-aged woman. She also has a daughter named [[TomboyishName Billie]], who fondly remembers the stories her mother used to tell her when she was small, about space and travels and aliens, which she always assumed was just stories. When she visits her childhood home, however, she finds a spacesuit hidden away, and a [[HumanAliens rather human-looking alien]] named Pax (from the planet Ypsagon) visits her and takes her to her spaceship, claiming she's sent from Peo and mistaking her for Mira. They pick up a reluctant Mira after this, and they finally get to have all the adventures in space Billie always wanted but Mira turned her back to, as they set off to defeat a TerribleTrio (consisting of The Count, The Professor, and [[OddNameOut Lennartsson]]). YourMileageMayVary on how good it is, but at least it kept continuity in mind, and it ''was'' written and directed by the same fellow who did the original 5A and 5B. It ended on a SequelHook, so it looks this ''isn't'' [[AWorldwidePunomenon the end of the Milky Way]].
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In the year of 2009, another sequel was made, taking place nearly twenty years after the original -- ''Vid Vintergatans Slut'' ([[IThoughtItMeant don't laugh]] -- it means ''At The End Of The Milky Way''). It features Mira, all grown up, and not at all like her younger, more adventurous self -- these times, she's a surly, middle-aged woman. She also has a daughter named [[TomboyishName Billie]], who fondly remembers the stories her mother used to tell her when she was small, about space and travels and aliens, which she always assumed was just stories. When she visits her childhood home, however, she finds a spacesuit hidden away, and a [[HumanAliens rather human-looking alien]] named Pax (from the planet Ypsagon) visits her and takes her to her spaceship, claiming she's sent from Peo and mistaking her for Mira. They pick up a reluctant Mira after this, and they finally get to have all the adventures in space Billie always wanted but Mira turned her back to, as they set off to defeat a TerribleTrio (consisting of The Count, The Professor, and [[OddNameOut Lennartsson]]). YourMileageMayVary on how good it is, but at least it It kept continuity in mind, and it ''was'' written and directed by the same fellow who did the original 5A and 5B. It ended on a SequelHook, so it looks this ''isn't'' [[AWorldwidePunomenon the end of the Milky Way]].
18th Jun '12 11:42:19 PM nombretomado
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* [[XMeetsY X Meets Y Meets Z]]: ScoobyDoo (minus the dog) meets the Quest for the Holy Grail meets StarTrek.
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* [[XMeetsY X Meets Y Meets Z]]: ScoobyDoo (minus the dog) meets the Quest for the Holy Grail meets StarTrek. Franchise/StarTrek.
15th Jun '12 2:26:27 PM MichaelKatsuro
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In the year of 2009, another sequel was made, taking place nearly twenty years after the original -- ''Vid Vintergatans Slut'' ([[IThoughtItMeant don't laugh]] -- it means ''At The End Of The Milky Way''). It features Mira, all grown up, and not at all like her younger, more adventurous self -- these times, she's a surly, middle-aged woman. She also has a daughter named [[TomboyishName Billie]], who fondly remembers the stories her mother used to tell her when she was small, about space and travels and aliens, which she always assumed was just stories. When she visits her childhood home, however, she finds a spacesuit hidden away, and a [[HumanAliens rather human-looking alien]] named Pax (from the planet Ypsagon) visits her and takes her to her spaceship, claiming she's sent from Peo and mistaking her for Mira. They pick up a reluctant Mira after this, and they finally get to have all the adventures in space Billie always wanted but Mira turned her back to, as they set off to defeat a TerribleTrio (consisting of The Count, The Professor, and [[OddNameOut Lennartsson]]). YourMileageMayVary on how good it is, but at least it kept continuity in mind, and it ''was'' written and directed by the same fellow who did the original 5A and 5B. It ended on a SequelHook, so it looks this ''isn't'' [[IncrediblyLamePun the end of the Milky Way]].
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In the year of 2009, another sequel was made, taking place nearly twenty years after the original -- ''Vid Vintergatans Slut'' ([[IThoughtItMeant don't laugh]] -- it means ''At The End Of The Milky Way''). It features Mira, all grown up, and not at all like her younger, more adventurous self -- these times, she's a surly, middle-aged woman. She also has a daughter named [[TomboyishName Billie]], who fondly remembers the stories her mother used to tell her when she was small, about space and travels and aliens, which she always assumed was just stories. When she visits her childhood home, however, she finds a spacesuit hidden away, and a [[HumanAliens rather human-looking alien]] named Pax (from the planet Ypsagon) visits her and takes her to her spaceship, claiming she's sent from Peo and mistaking her for Mira. They pick up a reluctant Mira after this, and they finally get to have all the adventures in space Billie always wanted but Mira turned her back to, as they set off to defeat a TerribleTrio (consisting of The Count, The Professor, and [[OddNameOut Lennartsson]]). YourMileageMayVary on how good it is, but at least it kept continuity in mind, and it ''was'' written and directed by the same fellow who did the original 5A and 5B. It ended on a SequelHook, so it looks this ''isn't'' [[IncrediblyLamePun [[AWorldwidePunomenon the end of the Milky Way]].
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