The Kingdom (1994–1997)
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Den hvide flok 

Mrs Drusse, a hypochondriac psychic gets herself admitted to the Kingdom because she believes the hospital is haunted. Meanwhile, Dr Helmer, a Dane-hating Swede under investigation for malpractice joins the hospital's secret brethren.


Tómas Gislason (screenplay), Niels Vørsel | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ernst-Hugo Järegård ... Stig Helmer (as Ernst Hugo Järegård)
Kirsten Rolffes Kirsten Rolffes ... Sigrid Drusse
Holger Juul Hansen Holger Juul Hansen ... Einar Moesgaard
Søren Pilmark ... Jørgen Krogshøj
Ghita Nørby Ghita Nørby ... Rigmor Mortensen
Jens Okking ... Bulder Harly Drusse
Otto Brandenburg Otto Brandenburg ... Hansen
Annevig Schelde Ebbe Annevig Schelde Ebbe ... Mary Krüger
Baard Owe ... Palle Bondo
Birgitte Raaberg Birgitte Raaberg ... Judith Petersen
Peter Mygind ... Morten 'Mogge' Moesgaard
Vita Jensen Vita Jensen ... Opvasker #1
Morten Rotne Leffers Morten Rotne Leffers ... Opvasker #2
Solbjørg Højfeldt ... Camilla
Udo Kier ... Age Krüger (credit only)


English title: "The Unheavenly Host" Insufferable neurosurgeon Dr. Stig Helmer manages to antagonise everyone at the Kingdom Hospital, where he is chief consultant. A complaint has been made to the Medical Council that he has botched an operation on a young patient, Mona, leaving her permanently brain-damaged. Spiritualist Sigrid Drussler has herself admitted to the Kingdom to investigate the ghost of a little girl, Mary, whom she has heard crying in the elevator shaft. Written by hutch48

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24 November 1994 (Denmark) See more »

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This episode title's English translation is The white flock. See more »


In the very first scene where the hospital porter sees the mystery ambulance at the entrance and goes out to meet it, the crew is visible in the glass reflection on the right side of the entrance hall. See more »


Sigrid Drusse: [to Bulder] I am still upset about the fuss you made in May 1968.
Hansen: What was that fuss in May 1968? Eh, Bulder? The youth revolution?
Sigrid Drusse: You might call it that.
Bulder: I left home.
[to Drusse]
Bulder: Well, I was 28, Mummy.
Sigrid Drusse: You never said a word about not liking living at home. You really hurt me.
Bulder: [pleadingly] But... I did move back again a week later!
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