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|Directed by||Anders Henrikson
|Written by||Weyler Hildebrand
|Produced by||Stellan Claësson|
Per G. Jonson
|Edited by||Oscar Rosander|
|Music by||Jules Sylvain
|Distributed by||Svensk Filmindustri|
The Swedish captain, Allan Bohlin gives passage to Tutta Rolf, who is the daughter of the ship's owner, Hauk Aabel. At this point, the chief mate, Oscar Egede-Nissen, becomes jealous and puts the Swede onto the Norwegian whaling ship Kosmos II, which is heading for the Southern Ocean, with Karl Holter as captain. On board, the two fight.
- Allan Bohlin as Allan Blom
- Tutta Rolf as Sonja Jensen
- Oscar Egede-Nissen as Olav Lykke
- Hauk Aabel as Jensen Sr.
- Karl Holter as Captain of Kosmos II
- Artur Rolén as Nisse
- Erik 'Bullen' Berglund as Mr. Blom
- Arthur Barking as Store-Knut
- Georg Løkkeberg as Lieutenant
- Lilleba Bouchette as Solveig
- Torsten Hillberg as Captain
- Johan Hauge as Priest
- Carl-Gunnar Wingård as Cook
- Titus Vibe-Müller as Jensen Jr.
- Gunnar Höglund as Knut
- Arthur Fischer as Leif
- Magnus Kesster as Alfred
- Wollstein p. 343
- Film details from sfi.se
- Hans J. Wollstein. Strangers in Hollywood: the History of Scandinavian Actors in American Films from 1910 to World War II. Scarecrow Press, 1994.
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