Pippi Longstocking on the Seven Seas (Pippi Långstrump på de sju haven)
German title: Pippi in Taka-Tuka-Land Francaise title: Fifi Brindacier et les pirates Spain title: Pippi en la isla de Taka Tuka Russian title: Пеппи Длинныйчулок Original title: Pippi Långstrump på de sju haven
Alternative titles: Pippi Langstrump pa de sju haven | Пеппи Длинный Чулок | Pippi Langstrumpf und die Seeräuber | Pippi in the South Seas | Astrid Lindgrens: Pippi Langstrumpf – Pippi im Taka-Tuka-Land
Child movie – Sweden, FRG Production year: 1969 Movie length: 92 minutes (14 votes cast)
Director: Olle Hellbom Writer: Astrid Lindgren, Fred Laderman, Cinematograph: Kalle Bergholm Music: Jan Johansson, Georg Riedel
When Tommy’s and Annika’s parents go away on vacation, they let the children stay with their friend, Pippi. However the adventure starts when they discover a message in a bottle, floating in the sea. The message is from Pippi’s father.
In it, he tells Pippi that his ship was boarded by Pirates and his crew abandoned on a deserted Island. He’s being held in a dungeon somewhere, but doesn’t know where. So it’s up to Pippi and her friends to find the father and bring him home safely.