Vänner och fiender

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Vänner och fiender
Also known as Vänner & fiender
Genre Drama
Written by Bror Yngve Anderson
Thérèse Fernström
Directed by Bengt Bauler
Mats Borg
Starring Allan Svensson
Leif Ahrle
Anki Lidén
Sussie Ericsson
Country of origin Sweden
Original language(s) Swedish
Production
Location(s) Hallstahammar, Västmanlands län, Sweden
Production company(s) Jarowskij AB
Broadcast
Original airing 20 October 1996

Vänner och fiender (Friends and Foes) is a Swedish soap opera that aired between 1996 and 2000. It was produced by Jarowskij and first broadcast on TV3, but in 1997 Kanal 5 purchased the rights to broadcast it. The channel did so until 2000 when the show was cancelled. A total of 720 episodes were shot.

The show takes place in a fictional town called Erikshamn.

A Norwegian version named Venner og fiender was also produced, although it was no big success and only lasted 170 episodes.

Cast[edit]

  • Allan Svensson as Sven-Olof Sundin
  • Leif Ahrle as Bosse Åqvist
  • Anki Lidén as Karin Sundin
  • Sussie Ericsson as Bitte Petersson
  • Louise Edlind as Marianne Åqvist (1996–2000)
  • Eric Donell as Jörgen Sjölinder
  • Rachel Mohlin as Kicki Lindberger
  • Jenny Ulving as Gabriella 'Bella' Åqvist
  • Henrik Norberg as Niklas Sundin (1996–2000)
  • Daniel Nyren as Henrik Rahm (1996–2000)
  • Anna Hansson as Pernilla Sundin
  • Miroslav Ozanic as Miro Rakovic
  • Martin De Marino as Dragan Rakovic
  • Niklas Engdahl as Toni Silvestri (1996–1999)
  • Anton Tyskling as Anton Rahm (1996–1999)
  • Sara Alström as Madeleine Åqvist (1997–1998)
  • Janne 'Loffe' Carlsson as Himself
  • Stig Engström as Leonard Alfvén (1999–2000)
  • Lisa Fabre as Lotta Grebke (1998–1999)
  • Per Holmberg as Kapten Grebke (1998–1999)
  • Petra Hultgren as Madeleine Åqvist (1996–1997)
  • Lisa Kock as Elinor Alfvén (1999)
  • Johanna Lazcano Osterman as Cecilia (1998–1999)
  • Ahnna Rasch as Jenny Eriksson (1997–1999)
  • Sara Sommerfeld as Susanna (1996–1997)
  • Mia Ternström as Stephanie (1999)

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