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Prince Gustaf (film)
|Directed by||Schamyl Bauman|
|Written by||Thorsten Eklann
|Edited by||Lennart Wallén|
|Music by||Gunnar Johansen|
|Distributed by||Sandrew-Baumanfilm AB|
|29 November 1944|
Prince Gustaf (Swedish:Prins Gustaf) is a 1944 Swedish historical film directed by Schamyl Bauman and starring Alf Kjellin, Mai Zetterling and Lennart Bernadotte. The film portrays the life of Prince Gustav, Duke of Uppland, a member of the Nineteenth Century Swedish royal family who composed a number of celebrated songs.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Bibi Lindström.
- Alf Kjellin as Prince Gustaf
- Mai Zetterling as Anna Maria Wastenius
- Lennart Bernadotte as Crown Prince Carl
- Erik 'Bullen' Berglund as Liljegren
- Hilda Borgström as Matilda
- Ragnar Arvedson as Henning Hamilton
- Carl-Axel Hallgren as Teacher
- Folke Rydberg as Glunten
- Gunnar Sjöberg as Carl Nyraeus
- Rune Stylander as Björkander
- Kolbjörn Knudsen as Oscar I
- Anne-Marie Eek as Princess Eugenie
- Ruth Kasdan as Ida
- Gull Natorp as Malla Silverstolpe
- Carl Barcklind as Vicar Wastenius
- Olov Qvist, Per & von Bagh, Peter. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.
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