Karlsson is quite mischievous, often getting little brother into trouble; however, in the end, everyone, including little brother's family, his cranky uncle, and his strict housekeeper grow to like Karlsson and appreciate his sense of humor, energy, and good nature.
There have been several film versions of this series. A live-action version was released in Sweden 1974, followed by a more recent animated film released in 2002.
The Soviet animated films, created by the award-winning animation studio Soyuzmultfilm in 1970, are two of the most celebrated and loved cartoons in Russia and other countries of the former USSR. Karlsson was voiced by Vasily Livanov in those versions.
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