The Million Dollars

The Million Dollars
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Directed by Sigurd Wallén
Written by Henning Ohlson
Starring Margita Alfvén
Richard Lund
Axel Hultman
Cinematography Axel Lindblom
Film AB Minerva
Distributed by Svenska Filmkompaniet
Release date
8 February 1926
Running time
75 minutes
Country Sweden
Languages Silent
Swedish intertitles

The Million Dollars (Swedish: Dollarmillionen) is a 1926 Swedish silent comedy film directed by Sigurd Wallén and starring Margita Alfvén, Richard Lund and Axel Hultman.[1] It is based on Axel Essén's 1917 novel of the same name, later also turned into a 1942 Finnish film Dollari-miljoona.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Vilhelm Bryde.


  • Margita Alfvén as Fylgia Falkman
  • Richard Lund as Richard Bergin
  • Fredrik Hedlund as Arthur Falkman
  • Axel Hultman as Simon Jakobovsky
  • Constance Gibson as Mrs. Malla Falkman
  • Albert Christiansen as Pricken Falkman
  • Elsa Steinvall as Lojan Falkman
  • Ivar Kåge as Baron af Segerlind
  • Ester Roeck Hansen as Baron's Second Fiancée
  • Georg Blomstedt as Drunken job applicant
  • Anna Diedrich as Woman with Dog
  • Thure Holm as Policeman
  • Olof Krook as Process server
  • Otto Malmberg as Customs officer
  • Isa Quensel as Journalist
  • Edla Rothgardt as Seamstress
  • Kurt Welin as Job applicant at Jakobovsky's


  1. ^ Gustafsson p.179


  • Tommy Gustafsson. Masculinity in the Golden Age of Swedish Cinema: A Cultural Analysis of 1920s Films. McFarland, 2014.

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