Spede Pasanen (born April 10, 1930, Kuopio, Finland – died September 7, 2001, Kirkkonummi, Finland) was a Finnish film director and producer, comedian, humorist, inventor, and TV personality.
Spede Pasanen is considered emblematic of Savonian ironic humor varying between the fullest extremes of understatement and hyperbole. As he himself explained: "A Savonian never tells a thing exactly like it is." Spede's comedy denounced elitism and he explicitly sought to write and perform comedy for the largest possible audience.
Define sped. sped synonyms, sped pronunciation, sped translation, English dictionary definition of sped. v. Middle English spede good luck, prosperity, rapidity
From 1992 to 1998 Speden Spelit was also aired Thursdays on 20.00-21.00. From 1999 to 2001 it was aired twice a week Wednesdays and Fridays. After the death of Spede Pasanen the airing time was moved to Friday 18.00-19.00. Format. In Speden Spelit four celebrity contestant were participating different games, contesting against each other.
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Created by Spede Pasanen. With Spede Pasanen, Saija Hakola, Pirre Pasanen, Annika Metsäketo.
Pertti Pasanen (1930-2001) Film and television producer, director, comedian, scriptwriter, and inventor, whose Uuno Turhapuro (Numbskull Emptybrook) films were highly popular in Finland from the 1970s to the late 1990s. As a comedian Pertti (Spede) Pasanen had Jerry Lewis and Bob Hope as his models.
The new name initially caused problems, because a folk music festival in Southern Ostrobothnia was already using the name "Spelit", and the festival organisers demanded that Spede would change the name of his show, but the name Speden Spelit remained in use. The show was almost entirely presented by Pertti "Spede" Pasanen.