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His Life's Match
|His Life's Match|
|Directed by||Per-Axel Branner|
|Edited by||Rolf Husberg|
|Music by||Jules Sylvain|
Film AB Minerva
|18 January 1932|
- Georg Blomstedt as Contractor Gawell
- Björn Berglund as Gunnar Gawell
- Sigurd Wallén as Jonas Häggblom
- Ruth Weijden as Karolina Häggblom
- Birgit Tengroth as Ann-Mari Häggblom
- Harry Isacsson as Kalle Häggblom
- Håkan Westergren as Freddy Bellin
- Nils Lundell as Danzig
- Julia Cæsar as Woman in window
- Carl Ström as Karlsson
- Gunnar Björnstrand as Student carrying 'Nicken'
- Helga Brofeldt as Woman in window
- Kotti Chave as Young man in the audience
- Hartwig Fock as News paper salesman
- Sigge Fürst as Dancing guest at restaurant
- Helge Hagerman as Young man in audience
- Gustaf Hedström as Maître d'
- Hugo Jacobsson as Distranor
- Sven Jerring as Radiokommentator
- Jullan Jonsson as Lady in window
- Ludde Juberg as Guest at Reinholds Café
- Ernst Rolf as Cheerleader
- Sven-Olof Sandberg as Singer at restaurant
- Qvist, Per Olov & von Bagh, Peter. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.
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