Peter's baby (1961)

Director
Annelise Reenberg

Main cast
Ebbe Langberg; Dirch Passer; Ghita Nørby; Dario Campeotto; Inger Stender

Genres
Family, Comedy

Description
Peters baby is a 1961 Danish comedy film directed by Annelise Reenberg and starring Ebbe Langberg.


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