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Memory-beta

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For other uses, see Denmark (disambiguation).

Denmark is a region of the European continent on the planet Earth, with political boundaries that were created as the area's long-standing status as a nation-state. (VOY episode: "Heroes and Demons"; VOY comic: "Repercussions")

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History

Several important scientific discoveries were made in Denmark, for example, several elements had been discovered or created there. (ST reference: Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual)

The Federation starships USS Denmark were named for this location.

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Muppet

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From Muppet Wiki

Kevin Clash instructs Signe Vaupel, Peter Nøregaard and Thomas Roos
The Danish title card for Open Sesame

Denmark is a European country and is the smallest of the Nordic countries. Denmark consists of 1419 islands of various sizes (excluding Greenland and the Faroe Islands), of which 443 are named and only 76 are inhabited. The country also includes the peninsula of Jutland which connects Denmark to Germany and the rest of Europe.

Kevin Clash traveled to Denmark in June 2009, to cast a puppeteer for the part of Elmo, on Sesamgade a new co-production that premiered on TV 2 October 18, 2009.

The last few seconds of the opening sequence of the Danish dub of Open Sesame, Sesam, luk dig op, were customized with Danish landmarks.

Jeff Marx and Bobby Lopez wrote a script treatment for a Muppet film called Kermit, Prince of Denmark, based on Shakespeare's Hamlet, which takes place at the Danish castle Kronborg.

The Danish author Hans Christian Andersen has also been mentioned on both The Muppet Show and Sesame Street. Among the more notable mentions is the Sesame Street album Big Bird presents Hans Christian Andersen.

References

  • Peter Ustinov played a Danish scientist, Dr. Felix Oglebomb, who has invented the cure for the common cold in a Muppet News Flash sketch in episode 112 of The Muppet Show.
  • The Swedish Chef celebrates the fact Victor Borge is the guest on The Muppet Show episode 405 but stops when Kermit tells him that Victor Borge is Danish and not Swedish.
  • An indirect reference was made in The Muppet Show Episode 524 where Kermit introduced the Viking number In the Navy, calling the Scandinavians for savage and cruel. More direct references were made in Vet's Hospital, such as when Dr. Bob stated that his ancestor was a viking from Denmark.
  • Butch mentions Denmark as one of the places he wants travel to one day, in a conversation with Lou in Cats & Dogs.

Dubs

Only productions aimed at young children are dubbed in Denmark. The Muppet Show, Dinosaurs, and other Henson productions aimed more specifically at adult viewers have never been dubbed, but instead have been shown with Danish subtitles.

Dubs of Muppet/Henson productions include the following:

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Ice Hockey

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An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

Denmark is a nation in western Europe.

It has a population of over 5,500,000.


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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

The television station 6'eren's logo

Broadcasted by: 6'eren

When: Tuesday night at 9:55 pm

Dubbed: No

Subtitles: Danish

The first season of Lost premiered on the 10th of January 2005 on TvDanmark. TvDanmark showed reruns of Lost in December 2005 with an episode every single day until Christmas. In January 2006 TvDanmark became Kanal 4, and its sister channel TV Danmark 1 became Kanal 5. In January 2006 the second season began to air, and in 2007 the third season was shown without any midair-season breaks. The 8th of Juli 2008, aired the first episode of the fourth season on Kanal 5, but that was it. Then the 8th of January aired the episode again, but this time on 6'eren. After that the rest of the season aired on 6'eren.

The first season had around 80.000 viewers in average, a number that dropped to about 54.000 in season 2 and then, in season 3, dropped further, to just 18.000. Kanal 5 is a cable network channel, and half of the cable viewers (and antenna viewers in Copenhagen) can also watch Lost on Swedish television, which are additional episodes ahead of Kanal 5. The show is therefore also popular on DVD.

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

Location Template Location Template
Kingdom of Denmark

Denmark
Gallery
Official Name
Kingdom of Denmark
Location Details
Universe

Galaxy

Star System

Planet

Locale

Characteristics
Dimensions
16,6392 sq mi

Population
5,451,826

First appearance

Unknown

Contents

History

History of location is unknown.

Points of Interest

  • Copenhagen (capital)

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

Links and References


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Recipes

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ST Expanded

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Denmark is a nation-state on the European continent on Earth. Copenhagen is its most populous city and capital. People or things originating from Denmark are described as Danish. People from Denmark are also sometimes called Danes.

The Danes comprised part of the group known in ancient Earth history as the Vikings.

The epic poem Beowulf was set in 6th century Denmark. (VOY: "Heroes and Demons")

Hamlet was a 7th century Danish king. His murder was avenged by his son, Prince Hamlet: a tale later recounted in William Shakespeare's tragedy of the same name. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

USS Minnesota security chief Karl Dahlberg was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. Minnesota counselor Scott Fack stated his father was born in Germany near the Danish border. (Star Trek: Minnesota: "Dirge")

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Star Wars Fanon

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

The Star Wars wiki of fan invention.

Denmark
Astrographical
Region

Edge of the Galaxy

Sector

Lego sector

System

Denmark system

Suns

Copenhagen

Moons

Brick; Stud

Physical
Diameter

A few km

Atmosphere

Type IV

Climate

Volcanic

Gravity

Weak

Primary terrain

Volcanoes

Surface water

5%

Points of interest

Lego Imperial Palace; Lego Graveyard

Societal
Native species

Lego

Official language

Legoian

Population

5 million

Denmark was the original home planet of the Lego species. Due to large amounts of volcanic activity, its inhabitants left the planet.

In the end

In the end of the LEGO's habbitation of Denmark, the volcanoes there began to erupt and most of the LEGO inhabitants were melting. They decided to leave to LEGO City and start a new life.

Behind the scenes

The original population before the volcanic eruptions was 2 billion, after it was only 5 million.


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