Emil Hansen Arne's father in front of his shop circa Arne Hansen took many often zany assignments for the Grand Fantasia And Toccata For Piano & Orchestra - Gerald Finzi - Concerto For Clarinet & String Orc newspapers, climbing "Himmelbjerget" [Heaven-Mountain] a foot hill in Jylland. Elephants Arne Myggen* - Myggen called to remove apple trees before building the home in Holte - plus Arne's first modelling job.
Bent just had to spoil the picture, while Finn looks on. Arne Myggen Hansen Family history picture tour. Pictures may be downloaded for press-purposes - from the private collection of Arne and Lillian Myggen. Note the roomy pants and the hot babe. The lovely couple, Lillian and Arne Hansen, married in From to the Myggens lived in this house on Malerbakken 11, Holte. At the end of the road there was and Sin Compromiso - Peter Kreuder, Michael Breuer - Schön war die Zeit (S24) a forrest, which gave a nice echo if you sneezed loud enough.
Many Danish and international performers came to the home in Holte as time went on. A special tribute is owed to Lillian, who was able to pack 4 people and everything they needed for 2 weeks in site a Volkswagon Beetle.
Terragona, Spain. Lake Como, Italy. Ventimilia, Italy. Tronhjem, Norway. Bent's group "Quacks" in Holte, DK. Sons Finn and Bent started "Myggen Productions", shooting a nature film based on Emil Reesen's "Rebild", and a tourist film, among other projects. In Yosemite National park, Arne and Lillian broke down with their Arne Myggen* - Myggen and while waiting for help Arne noticed that the ranger had left the entry-station.
Curious he walked up to the little shed, and as he did a car pulled up, assuming him to be the ranger. Arne did not miss the opportunity: Congratulations, you are car number one thousand and you can go in free. The tourists were very pleased and drove in. The next car arrived, Arne Myggen* - Myggen Arne did not disappoint them either. All in all about forty cars were lucky that day, until the tow truck arrived and Arne left the station, just in time for the ranger to come back.
This was Arne's favorite kind of humor. He was tickled to imagine what the situation would later look like when car after car - upon trying to leave Yosemite National Park without tickets - would all claim they had been admitted as car number Arne was a popular radio and television host, but never more in his element than when performing, or hosting events among fellow Danes.