Frida's Songs

1930 film
Frida's Songs
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Directed byGustaf Molander
Written byRagnar Hyltén-Cavallius
Birger Sjöberg
Produced byVilhelm Bryde
StarringElisabeth Frisk
Bengt Djurberg
Tore Svennberg
CinematographyJulius Jaenzon
Edited byJulius Jaenzon
Music byEric Bengtson
Production
company
Film AB Minerva
Distributed bySvensk Filmindustri
Release date
15 September 1930
Running time
82 minutes
CountrySweden
LanguageSwedish

Frida's Songs (Swedish: Fridas visor) is a 1930 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Molander and starring Elisabeth Frisk, Bengt Djurberg and Tore Svennberg.[1] It was shot at the Råsunda Studios in Stockholm. The film's sets were designed by the art director Vilhelm Bryde.

Cast

  • Elisabeth Frisk as Frida Blomgren
  • Bengt Djurberg as Åke Brunander
  • Tore Svennberg as Brickman
  • Sigurd Wallén as Gyllberg
  • Håkan Westergren as Hasse Brickman
  • Lili Lani as Miss Daisy
  • Albert Paulig as Kaufmann
  • Harry Ahlin as Clown
  • Charlie Almlöf as Visitor at the circus
  • Helge Andersson as Worker at the circus
  • Ossian Brofeldt as Visitor at the circus
  • Ernst Brunman as Singer
  • Thor Christiernsson as Older man
  • Annalisa Ericson as Dancer
  • Harry Essing as Lauging visitor at the circus
  • Hartwig Fock as Father with twins
  • Hilding Gavle as Visitor at the circus
  • Mona Geijer-Falkner as Waitress
  • Disa Gillis as Lilla Grisen
  • Thure Holm as Older man
  • Sune Holmqvist as Boy
  • Jullan Jonsson as The fireman's mother
  • Helge Kihlberg as Police lieutenant
  • Dagny Lind as One of Hasse's girlfriends
  • Hugo Lundström as Visitor at the circus
  • Sven Magnusson as Young guest at the restaurant
  • John Melin as Fireman
  • Gull Natorp as Post clerk
  • Rutger Nygren as Fireman
  • Gustaf Salzenstein as Visitor at the circus
  • Åke Uppström as Lauging visitor at the circus
  • Tom Walter as Visitor at the circus

References

  1. ^ Wallengren p.126

Bibliography

  • Wallengren, Ann-Kristin. Welcome Home Mr Swanson: Swedish Emigrants and Swedishness on Film. Nordic Academic Press, 2014.

External links

  • Frida's Songs at IMDb
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