Kristin Commands

Kristin Commands
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Directed by Gustaf Edgren
Written by Gardar Sahlberg
Gustaf Edgren
Theodor Berthels
Starring Dagmar Ebbesen
Wanda Rothgardt
Gunnar Björnstrand
Music by Jules Sylvain
Cinematography Åke Dahlqvist
Edited by Oscar Rosander
Production
company
Kungsfilm
Release date
3 September 1946
Running time
96 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Kristin Commands (Swedish: Kristin kommenderar) is a 1946 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Edgren and starring Dagmar Ebbesen, Wanda Rothgardt and Gunnar Björnstrand.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Nils Svenwall.

Cast

  • Dagmar Ebbesen as Kristin Carlsson
  • Wanda Rothgardt as Marianne Westman
  • Gunnar Björnstrand as Dr. Westman Senior / Vilhelm Westman
  • John Elfström as Herman Karlsson
  • Olle Florin as Olle Elwing
  • Gabriel Alw as Professor
  • Margit Andelius as Janitor's Wife
  • Ann-Charlotte Bergman as Maj Westman
  • Margaretha Bergström as Nurse
  • Signhild Björkman as Office Clerk
  • Tor Borong as The Crook
  • Erland Colliander as Farmer
  • Nils Dahlgren as Pawn Broker
  • Carl Deurell as Promotor
  • Sture Djerf as Police Officer
  • Åke Engfeldt as Runqvist
  • Ulf Eriksson as Go-Between
  • Vera Fränkel as Nurse
  • Hugo Hasslo as Farmer
  • Sten Hedlund as Doctor
  • Olle Hilding as Man at Auction
  • Gösta Holmström as Student
  • Svea Holst as Old Woman in Staircase
  • Nils Jacobsson as Djurgårds-Kalle
  • Margit Jonje as Woman from Småland
  • Helge Karlsson as Auctionist
  • Magnus Kesster as Man at Hospital
  • Ivar Kåge as Professor
  • Arne Lindblad as Janitor Hansson
  • Ulla Malmström as Girl from Dalarna
  • Börje Mellvig as Torre
  • Gull Natorp as Hanna - Deaf Lady
  • Nils Nordståhl as Editor
  • Marianne Orlando as Kristin as Child
  • Per Oscarsson as Jan Westman
  • Willy Peters as Young Man
  • Margit Pettersson as Sonja Westman
  • Kristina Ranå as Girl from Kristinehamn
  • Olav Riégo as Professor
  • Sif Ruud as Applicant for Position
  • Hanny Schedin as Kristin's mother
  • Tord Stål as Opponent
  • Bojan Westin as Ella
  • Carla Wiberg as Emma
  • Signe Wirff as Patient
  • Inga-Lill Åhström as Patient
  • Brita Öberg as Cleaning Lady

References

Bibliography

  • Per Olov Qvist & Peter von Bagh. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.

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