Ingmar's Inheritance

Ingmar's Inheritance
Ingmarsarvet.jpg
Lars Hanson and Mona MĂ„rtenson
Directed by Gustaf Molander
Produced by Oscar Hemberg
Written by Selma Lagerlöf (novel)
Ragnar Hyltén-Cavallius
Gustaf Molander
Starring Lars Hanson
Conrad Veidt
John Ekman
Music by Heimer Alexandersson
Oskar Linberg
Eric Westberg
Cinematography Åke Dahlqvist
Julius Jaenzon
Production
company
Nord-Westi Film
Release date
December 1925
Running time
92 minutes
Country Sweden
Languages Silent
Swedish intertitles

Ingmar's Inheritance (Swedish: Ingmarsarvet) is a 1925 Swedish silent drama film directed by Gustaf Molander and starring Lars Hanson, Conrad Veidt and John Ekman.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Vilhelm Bryde.

Cast

  • MĂ€rta HalldĂ©n as Karin Ingmarsdotter
  • Ivan Hedqvist as Stark-Anders
  • John Ekman as Elias
  • Lars Hanson as Ingmar Ingmarsson
  • Mathias Taube as Halfvor
  • Mona MĂ„rtenson as Gertrud Storm
  • Nils ArĂ©hn as Schoolmaster Storm
  • Conrad Veidt as Hellgum
  • Ida Brander as Storms wife
  • Knut Lindroth as Berger Sven Person
  • Jenny Hasselqvist as Barbro Persdotter
  • Harry Ahlin as Boy in youth circle
  • Ellen Appelberg as Helgum's wife
  • Erik Bergman as en av Eljas supbröder
  • Georg Blomstedt as en av Eljas supbröder
  • Albert Christiansen as Boy in the lifeboat
  • MĂ€rta Ekström as Girl in youth circle
  • Louise Eneman-Wahlberg as Woman in the lifeboat
  • Gösta Ericsson as Boy in youth circle
  • Mignon Georgian as Wedding guest
  • Hjördis Gille as Woman in Mission House / Helgumian
  • Justus Hagman as Man in Mission House / Helgumian
  • Thure Holm as Man at auction
  • Nils Jacobsson as Boy in youth circle
  • Axel Janse as Helgumian
  • Axel Lagerberg as Man in lifeboat
  • Herman Lantz as Hunter
  • MĂ€rtha Lindlöf as passenger at L'Univers
  • Richard Lindström as Man in Mission House / Helgumian
  • Tore Lindwall as Boy in youth circle
  • Arne Lundh as Ingmar as a child
  • Gunnar Maegerstolpe as passenger at L'Univers
  • Nils Ohlin as Groom
  • Lotten Olsson as Older woman in lifeboat
  • Sven Quick as Man in Mission House / Helgumian
  • Gösta Richter as Bertil
  • Alf Sjöberg as young man in the mission house / Helgumian
  • Valborg Svensson as Girl in youth circle
  • Harald Wehlnor as Man in Mission House / Helgumian
  • Albion Örtengren as Pastor
  • Emmy Albiin as Helgumian
  • Gabriel Alw as Christ
  • Josua Bengtson as Man at auction
  • Sven Bergvall as Passenger
  • Hugo Björne as Captain of 'L'Univers'
  • Carl Browallius as Ingmar's father
  • Bengt Djurberg as Gunhild's brother
  • Gösta Gustafson as Helgumian
  • Axel Högel as Man at auction
  • Lisskulla Jobs as Helgumian
  • Lili Lani as Gunhild
  • Anna Lindahl as Drowning woman
  • Sten Lindgren as Gunhilds second brother
  • Alfred Lundberg as Gunhilds husband
  • Edla Rothgardt as Helgumian
  • Hugo Rönnblad as Storm
  • Wilhelm Tunelli as Vicar Dagson

References

  1. ^ Hjort & Lindqvist p.253

Bibliography

  • Mette Hjort & Ursula Lindqvist. A Companion to Nordic Cinema. John Wiley & Sons, 2016.

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