Strike First Freddy
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Strike First Freddy (Danish: Slå først Frede!) German Kaliber 7.65 Diebesgrüße aus Kopenhagen US Operation Lovebirds is a 1965 Danish spy comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Morten Grunwald. It was followed by the sequel Relax Freddie (1966).
|Strike First Freddy|
US release film poster
|Directed by||Erik Balling|
|Produced by||Bo Christensen|
|Written by||Henning Bahs|
|Music by||Bent Fabricius-Bjerre|
Commonwealth United (US)
|Distributed by||Nordisk Film|
Freddy Hansen, a game salesman, is mistaken for a secret service agent on a ferry and suddenly finds himself in the middle of a dangerous game that could trigger another World War.
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