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Dolly Takes a Chance
|Dolly Takes a Chance|
|Directed by||Gustaf Edgren|
|Written by||Paul Sarauw
|Music by||Nils Castegren
|Edited by||Oscar Rosander|
|6 November 1944|
Dolly Takes a Chance (Swedish: Dolly tar chansen) is a 1944 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Edgren and starring Marguerite Viby, Karl-Arne Holmsten and Lasse Krantz. A separate Danish version Teatertosset was also made.
The film's sets were designed by Arne Åkermark.
An aspiring actress, currently working as a waitress, tries to land a big stage role.
- Marguerite Viby as Dolly Holm
- Karl-Arne Holmsten as Knut Lambert
- Lasse Krantz as Adrian Brummer
- Hjördis Petterson as Nanna Sten
- John Botvid as Lund
- Ludde Gentzel as Vogel
- Rune Halvarsson as Hasse Frank
- Göte Ahrnbring as Ludde
- Julia Cæsar as Antonia Nero
- Douglas Håge as Remover
- Per Olov Qvist & Peter von Bagh. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.
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