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Directed by Ole Ege
Produced by Anders Sandberg
Written by Ole Ege
Starring Lonny Feddersen,
Inger-Lise Gaarde,
Gotha Andersen,
Leni Kjellander,
Ole Ege
Distributed by Dansk-Svensk Film (Denmark theatrical),
Cambist Films (US theatrical),
Alpha Blue Archives (US VHS)
Release date
10 July 1972
Running time
82 min
Language Danish

Bordellet is a 1972 Danish theatrical sex comedy film made by pornographic pioneer Ole Ege and was Denmark's first full-length hardcore pornographic feature film.

The story takes place around 1900 and involves a young girl, a brothel, and a hidden treasure.

Typical for Danish hardcore sex comedies of the 1970s, the production was not blocked from hiring people from the mainstream film industry. The crew included cinematographer Morten Arnfred, also known as co-director of the TV miniseries The Kingdom (1994). The cast includes comedian Gotha Andersen, a popular mainstream film and television actor, and popular singer Inger-Lise Gaarde.

The film started a decade-long run of Danish hardcore sex comedies.


At the film's release party, Danish millionaire Simon Spies showed up, took off his clothes and started having sex with members of the film's female cast in front of the press. The resulting photos naturally made front page news and are still reprinted frequently.[1]

See also

Further reading

  • Ebbe Villadsen: Danish Erotic Film Classics (2005)


  1. ^ Sex, drugs and rock ā€˜nā€™ roll breakfasts ā€“ whatever Simon says. The Copenhagen Post. Retrieved 21-04-2017

External links

  • Bordellet [1] at International Movies Database
  • Bordellet af

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