The Greeneyed Elephant
|The Greeneyed Elephant|
VHS cover for 'The Green Eyed Elephant'
|Directed by||Peer Guldbrandsen|
|Produced by||Hans Barfod|
|Written by||Peer Guldbrandsen
Sidney W. Pink
|Music by||Sven Gyldmark|
|Edited by||Edith Nisted Nielsen|
|Distributed by||Troma Entertainment|
The Greeneyed Elephant (Danish: Elefanter på loftet) is a 1960 Danish family film directed by Peter Guildbrassen and starring Dirch Passer. The story revolves around two aspiring actresses who stumble upon an ancient Aztec sculpture of an elephant that has the power to switch both of their bodies. Little do they know their best friend can control the powers of the elephant, thus sending the two girls into a world of role reversals.
As of 2007[update], it is the oldest film in the Troma library.
- Dirch Passer - Dennis
- Naura Hayden - Sally Fitzpatrik
- Delphi Lawrence - Lisa
- Ove Sprogøe - Tolderen
- Bjørn Watt-Boolsen - Tom
- Kirsten Passer - Mrs. Kelly
- Phil Baker - Arthur Croft
- Avi Sagild - Sekretær
- Grethe Sønck - Sangerinde
- Peer Guldbrandsen - Instruktøren / fortælleren (voice) (uncredited)
- Gitte Müller - Scriptgirl (uncredited)
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