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Arne Mattsson (1919–1995)

Arne Mattsson was born on December 2, 1919 in Uppsala, Uppsala län, Sweden. He was a director and writer, known for One Summer of Happiness (1951), Phantom Carriage (1958) and Because of My Hot Youth (1952). He was married to Elsa Prawitz. He died on June 28, 1995. See full bio »

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Swedish director who started as assistant to Per Lindberg. Worked as writer and director for Svensk Filmindustri and Nordisk Tonfilm from the mid-1940's. He first became known internationally for One Summer of Happiness (1951) (aka "One Summer of Happiness"), which aroused controversy because of its permissiveness. Later in his career, he specialised in mystery and suspense subjects a la ... See more »

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