I'll Take Sweden

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I'll Take Sweden poster.

Movie (1965)

Starring:
Bob Hope (Bob Holcomb)
Tuesday Weld (JoJo Holcomb)
Frankie Avalon (Kenny Klinger)
Dina Merrill (Karin Granstedt)

An executive, unhappy with his daughter's choice for a future husband, accepts a transfer to his firm's Stockholm branch and takes her along, only to discover that Sweden is far more sexually liberal than the United States.

Boeing 727-30

Registration D-ABIC, c/n 18361/28 built in 1964. Named Saarbrucken. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg. D-ABIC Boeing 727-30 Saarbrucken of Lufthansa.
A set representing the cabin of a Boeing 727-30 of Lufthansa.

Registration D-ABIG, c/n 18364/37 built in 1964. Named Kiel.
De Havilland DH.106 Comet of BEA-British European Airways on the right. At Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

Reg. D-ABIG Boeing 727-30 Kiel of Lufthansa.
Reg. D-ABIG Boeing 727-30 Kiel of Lufthansa.
Boeing 727-30 of Lufthansa.


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