The Red Day

The Red Day
Directed by Gustaf Edgren
Written by Sölve Cederstrand
Gustaf Edgren
Erik Lindorm (play)
Starring Sigurd Wallén
Dagmar Ebbesen
Sture Lagerwall
Music by Eric Bengtson
Cinematography Åke Dahlqvist
Production
companies
Svensk Filmindustri
Film AB Minerva
Distributed by Svensk Filmindustri
Release date
13 April 1931
Running time
74 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

The Red Day (Swedish: Röda dagen) is a 1931 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Edgren and starring Sigurd Wallén, Dagmar Ebbesen and Sture Lagerwall.[1]

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

Cast

  • Sigurd Wallén as Gustaf Andersson
  • Dagmar Ebbesen as Augusta Andersson
  • Sture Lagerwall as Jideon Andersson
  • Lill-Tollie Zellman as Agnes Andersson
  • John W. Brunius as Wibäck, manager
  • Nils Jacobsson as Stig Wibäck
  • Richard Lindström as Atterdag Hellberg
  • Signe Deurell as Mrs. Hellberg
  • Eric Abrahamsson as Göransson
  • Charlie Almlöf as Winge
  • Erik 'Bullen' Berglund as Police inspector
  • Georg Funkquist as Johansson
  • Håkan Westergren as Georg Holmbärj - speaker
  • Helge Andersson as Communist
  • Berndt Aulin as Communist bill-poster
  • Erik Baumann as Pianist at Tattersall
  • Frithiof Bjärne as Police officer
  • Ernst Brunman as Police officer
  • Thor Christiernsson as Door-keeper
  • Bertil Ehrenmark as Recording Clerk
  • Gösta Granberg as Communist speaker
  • Paul Hagman as Fascist speaker
  • Wictor Hagman as Fascist speaker
  • Gustaf Hiort af Ornäs as Guest at Tatersall
  • Maja Jerlström as Wibäck's house-maid
  • Olof Krook as Police officer
  • Herman Lantz as Police arresting Jideon
  • Åke Uppström as Fascist bill-poster
  • Dag Wirén as Cellist

References

Bibliography

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

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