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Reveals the Pippi secret for almost 50 years: - He beit, peed and bæsjet

this is the Story about Astrid lindgren's most famous literary figure, Pippi Longstocking, had probably not been the same without the girl's somewhat unconventional pets.

"Mr. Nilson" and "Little Gubben", respectively, the monkey and the spotted horse, live together with Pippi at Villa Villekulla - where the trio are living together without parents in apparent harmony.

Pippis unmarried couples living together has, naturally enough, been given space in the film adaptation of the story of "the world's strongest girl", which was introduced to the world in 1969.

DYREKJÆR: Pippi Longstocking lives and live together with a horse and a monkey. Here from one of the film adaptations, in 1969. Photo: Apf / NTB Scanpix Show more Mischievous monkey

Whether or not the chemistry between the Pippis rolleinnehaver and the living animals were just as harmonious in the reality, nor is there any doubt about.

It is in a new interview with Expressen that the actress Inger Nilsson (59) reveals several hitherto unknown details from the Pippi recording, including whether the relationship to the ekornapen who was "hired" for "Mr. Nilson"-job. For a while the idyll alive and well on the canvas, beat the early cracks in the wings.

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- He seems very sweet and kind, but really he was only nice to the family we borrowed him from, he knew. I think he mistrivdes very on the film set, " says Nilsson to the Swedish newspaper.

the 59-year-old explains further that the little animal was clearly tense and uncomfortable in her presence, which made that the production decided to tie him firmly to the Nilsson with a harness.

Beit, peed and bæsjet

- the Harness went around his stomach and was covered by clothes, so that you don't so it on camera. When I think about it in retrospect, it's not exactly how you should treat the monkeys, " says Nilsson, who also reveals that the monkey both "beit, peed and bæsjet" on her as soon as it got the opportunity.

STRAINED RELATIONSHIP: Inger Nilsson tells that it at times was challenging to work with a stubborn and irritated monkey. Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB Scanpix Show more

- I don't know how long he lived, but saw him never again after the recording, " she says.

Nilssons compared to the "Little Gubben" was, incidentally, something better, where the 59-year-old later got the taste of riding and provided their own horse.

Nilssons interview with Expressen is made in connection with a documentary recently shown on SVT, where the 59-year-old also tells of how the role of the fearless rødtoppen has characterized her life in the aftermath.

People were mad

By Pippi-success selected namely Nilsson to go away from skuespilleryrket, a choice that was not random.

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People were crazy for Pippi. It is something that happens to people when they see her. I have understood now, told 59-year-old to the channel.

Etterdønningen was great. Both the press and fans from all corners of the world would have a bit of the young girl. It was finally too much to handle.

We were forced to unlock the door to the end, all of a sudden, there could be some in the hall who asked: "Where is she?".

Still recognized

What would be the entrance to a hopefully long and exciting acting career, was something else entirely. In step with the time got Nilsson a very strained relationship to the character, and a refusal for each to take Pippis name in his mouth.

today The 59-year-old, however, got a more relaxed attitude to it all. In an interview with Expressen in 2013 stated Nilsson fans still know her again on the streets - nearly 50 years after the premiere of the first film.

"I have boxes of letters at home." Inger Nilsson (59)

I will always be recognized. In Germany and Northern Europe can beundrerne stand in the rain for over ten hours to get a glimpse of me. I also get the letter. Four-five a day. I have boxes of letters at home, she said at the time.

Together with Per Sundberg (61) and Maria Persson (59), respectively in the roles of Tommy and Annika, helped Nilsson in four "Pippi"movies between 1969 and 1973.

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