Swing it, magistern!

Swing it, magistern!
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Swedish DVD-cover
Directed by Schamyl Bauman
Written by Schamyl Bauman
Hasse Ekman
Starring Adolf Jahr
Alice Babs
Music by Sten Axelsson
Eskil Eckert-Lundin
Thore Ehrling
Kai Gullmar
Cinematography Hilmer Ekdahl
Edited by Rolf Husberg
Release date
  • 21 December 1940 (1940-12-21) (Sweden)
Running time
92 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Swing it, magistern! is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 21 December 1940,[1] directed by Schamyl Bauman and starring Adolf Jahr and Alice Babs.

Synopsis

Young student Inga Danell secretly performs at nightclubs as Linda Loy.

Cast

  • Adolf Jahr as "Susen" Bergman
  • Alice Babs as Inga Danell / Linda Loy (credited as Alice "Babs" Nilson)
  • Solveig Hedengran as Lena Larsson
  • Carl Hagman as William, principal (credited as Quarl Hagman)
  • Viran Rydkvist as Agda Löfbeck
  • Thor ModĂ©en as Karl-Otto Löfbeck
  • John Botvid as Gustafsson
  • Georg Funkquist as Furubeck
  • LinnĂ©a Hillberg as fru Danell, Ingas mother
  • Julia Cæsar as Miss Jonsson
  • Ă…ke Johansson as Axel "Acke" Danell, Ingas brother
  • Nils Hallberg as Göran, student
  • Ulla Hodell as Sonja Holmqvist, student
  • Britt Hagman as Olga Pettersson, student
  • Ragnar Planthaber as "Plantan", student
  • Kaj Hjelm as "Smutte" Lindström, student
  • Bert Sorbon as Ture Andersson, student

Soundtrack

  • "Quick-foxtrot" composed by Eskil Eckert-Lundin, Instrumental.
  • "Videvisan" composed by Alice TegnĂ©r, lyrics by Zacharias Topelius
  • "Svarta Rudolf" composed by Robert Norrby, lyrics by Erik Axel Karlfeldt, performed by Bert Sorbon
  • "Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuss auf Liebe angestellt" composed by Friedrich Hollaender, lyrics by Svasse Bergqvist
  • "Sjungom studentens lyckliga dag" composed by Prins Gustav, lyrics by Herman Sätherberg, performed by Ă…ke Johansson
  • "Swing it, magistern!" composed by Kai Gullmar, lyrics by Hasse Ekman, performed by Alice Babs and Adolf Jahr
  • "Min kärlek till dej" composed by Sten Axelson
  • "Swing Ling Lej" composed by Thore Ehrling and Eskil Eckert-Lundin, lyrics by Hasse Ekman, performed by Alice Babs
  • "Gymnastikrepetition" composed by Eskil Eckert-Lundin, Instrumental.
  • "Regntunga skyar" composed by Thore Ehrling and Eskil Eckert-Lundin, lyrics by Hasse Ekman, performed by Alice Babs and Adolf Jahr
  • "Fria preludier" composed by Adolf Jahr, instrumentalist Adolf Jahr (the piano)
  • "Paris" composed by Ingrid Muschkin
  • "Swing" composed by Thore Ehrling
  • "Oh Boy, Oh Boy" composed by Sten Axelson, lyrics by Hasse Ekman, performed by Alice Babs
  • " Engelbrektsmarschen", Instrumental.
  • "Pojkmarsch" composed by Harry Lundahl, Instrumental.
  • "LĂ  ci darem la mano" from Don Giovanni composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, performed by Ragnar Planthaber and Ulla Hodell.

Awards and honors

In 1941 Schamyl Bauman won a commendation at the Venice Film Festival for this film and for Magistrarna pĂĄ sommarlov.

References

  1. ^ "Swing it, magistern!" (in Swedish). Swedish Film Database. 21 December 1940. Retrieved 15 October 2016.

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