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Man's Way with Women
|Man's Way with Women|
|Directed by||Per-Axel Branner|
|Written by||Ragnar Hyltén-Cavallius|
|Based on||The Song of the Blood-Red Flower
by Johannes Linnankoski
|Music by||Ilmari Hannikainen|
|Distributed by||AB Wivefilm|
Man's Way with Women (Swedish: Sången om den eldröda blomman) is a 1934 Swedish romance and drama film directed by Per-Axel Branner. It is based on the Finnish novel The Song of the Blood-Red Flower by Johannes Linnankoski.
The interior shots of the film were shot in Råsunda's Filmstaden studios and the exterior scenes in Uppland, Ramsele and Långsele. The film premiered at the Röda Kvarn theatre in Stockholm on November 12, 1934. The film US release was in 1937.
- Edvin Adolphson as Olof Koskela
- Inga Tidblad as Kyllikki
- Birgit Tengroth as "Dark Eye"
- Anna Lindahl as "Motherwort"
- Gull-Maj Norin as "Gazelle"
- Marianne Löfgren as Elliina Virttanen
- Aino Taube as Annikki
- John Ekman as Olof's father
- Gertrud Pålson-Wettergren as Olof's mother
- Anders Henrikson as Antti, Kyllikki's cousin
- Sven Bergvall as Kyllikki's father
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