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Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm (Character)
from Smiles of a Summer Night (1955)

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Alternate Names:
Carl-Magnus Mittelheim / Count Carl Magnus Malcolm

Filmography

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  1. "Live from Lincoln Center"
        - New York City Opera: A Little Night Music (1990) TV episode, Played by Michael Maguire

  2. A Little Night Music (1977) Played by Laurence Guittard (as Carl-Magnus Mittelheim)

  3. Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) Played by Jarl Kulle (as Count Carl Magnus Malcolm)
    ... aka "Sommarnattens leende" - Sweden (original title)

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Quotes:
From "Live from Lincoln Center: New York City Opera: A Little Night Music (#15.3)" (1990)
Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm: Why don't you pay a visit to Marta's little school friend, Anne?
Countess Charlotte Malcolm: A-ha.
Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm: She probably has no idea what her husband's up to.
Countess Charlotte Malcolm: And I could enlighten her? Poor Carl-Magnus; are you that jealous?
Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm: A civilized man can tolerate his wife's infidelity, but when it comes to his mistress, a man becomes a tiger!
Countess Charlotte Malcolm: As opposed, of course, to a goat in rut. Ah, well... if I'm back in two hours, that still leaves us three, right?
Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm: You're a good wife, Charlotte. The best.
Countess Charlotte Malcolm: That's a comforting thought to take to town with me, dear. It just may keep me from cutting my throat on the tram.
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