Kiss Her!

Kiss Her!
Kiss Her! 1940.jpg
Directed by Weyler Hildebrand
Written by Weyler Hildebrand
Torsten Lundqvist
Starring Annalisa Ericson
Thor Modéen
Åke Söderblom
Music by Gunnar Johansson
Jules Sylvain
Cinematography Martin Bodin
Edited by Oscar Rosander
Production
company
Film AB Imago
Distributed by Fribergs Filmbyrå AB
Release date
17 May 1940
Running time
90 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Kiss Her! (Swedish: Kyss henne!) is a 1940 Swedish comedy film directed by Weyler Hildebrand and starring Annalisa Ericson, Thor Modéen and Åke Söderblom. It is a remake of the 1933 German film And Who Is Kissing Me?.[1]

The film's sets were designed by Arne Åkermark.

Cast

  • Annalisa Ericson as Lisa Larsson
  • Thor Modéen as Manager Gravander
  • Åke Söderblom as Åke Brenner, banker
  • Eric Abrahamsson as Senior accountant Karlsson
  • Hjördis Petterson as Rosa Blom
  • John Botvid as Senior accountant Niklasson
  • Viran Rydkvist as Mrs. Pallin
  • Gustaf Lövås as Taxi driver
  • Gaby Stenberg as Ingrid Boman
  • Sigge Fürst as Krans, private driver
  • Linnéa Hillberg as Mrs. Andersson
  • Hugo Björne as Chairman of the board
  • Gunnar Almqvist as Member of the board
  • Margit Andelius as Miss Gren
  • Bertil Berglund as Constable
  • Erland Colliander as Palmqvist, editor
  • Nils Dahlgren as Police inspector Antonsson
  • Olle Ek as Maitre d', Restaurang Intime
  • Kerstin Ekwall as Telephone operator at the bank
  • David Erikson as Creditor
  • Wilma Florice as Dancer
  • Eric Fröling as Brixman, Åke's friend
  • Gösta Grip as Journalist
  • Alli Halling as Elsa, actress
  • Gustaf Hedström as Guest on Restaurang Intime
  • Hortensia Hedström as Guest on Restaurang Intime
  • Gottfrid Holde as Creditor
  • Arne Hülphers as Band leader
  • Axel Isaksson as Journalist
  • Albert Johansson as Creditor
  • Helge Kihlberg as Doorman
  • Gerda Landgren as Mrs. Holmdahl
  • Sven Aage Larsen as Dance instructor
  • Arne Lindblad as Creditor
  • Richard Lund as Colonel, member of the board
  • Erik Molin as Assistant police inspector
  • Karin Nordgren as Dancer
  • Yngve Nyqvist as Chamberlain, member of the board
  • Siri Olson as Clerk
  • Charley Paterson as Manager Landell
  • Artur Rolén as Waiter
  • Bellan Roos as Cleaning woman
  • May Sandart as Dancer
  • Georg Skarstedt as Journalist
  • Yngve Sköld as Piano player at the theatre
  • Adèle Söderholm as Adéle, dresser
  • Majken Torkeli as Dancer
  • Gustaf Unger as Dancer
  • Eric von Gegerfelt as Member of the board
  • Elsa Marianne von Rosen as Dancer
  • Alice Wallis as Clerk
  • Anna Widforss as Countess Kattgull
  • Lisa Wirström as Ticket seller
  • Oscar Åberg as Member of the board

References

Bibliography

  • Ulrich J. Klaus. Ergänzungen 1929/30 - 1945. Klaus-Archiv, 2006.

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