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Boer Boerson Jr. (1938)

Bør Børson Jr. (original title)
Approved | | Comedy, Romance | 3 November 1939 (USA)
The story tells of the many misadventures, some comical, and trials and tribulations that Bor Borson, Jr. has to go through and endure in proving himself a citizen worthy enough to marry ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Toralf Sandø ...
Edvard Drabløs ...
Emmy Worm-Müller ...
Aasta Voss ...
Joachim Holst-Jensen ...
Kristian Hefte ...
Nils Tollvollen
Andreas Aabel ...
Edel Eriksen ...
Mimi Kihle ...
Lars Tvinde ...
Anders Torsøien
Marie Hedemark ...
Ole Elveplassens kone
Alf Sommer ...
Olsen, agent
Steinar Jøranndstad ...
Sola
Victor Ivarson ...
Månen
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Harald Aimarsen ...
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The story tells of the many misadventures, some comical, and trials and tribulations that Bor Borson, Jr. has to go through and endure in proving himself a citizen worthy enough to marry the squire's daughter. Released in the USA in 1939, with no English titles. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Comedy | Romance

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3 November 1939 (USA)  »

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According to Film Daily...

This A.S. Filmproduksjon film was the first Norway import to the U.S. It's first US showing was at NYC's 48th Street Theatre, with Norwegian dialogue and no English titles.

The films stars Toralf Sando (who also directed)and the story concerns his trials and tribulations in trying to become a citizen worthy enough to marry the Squire's daughter.

Film Daily predicted this comedy would get a good reception from Scandinavian audiences but the lack of English titles would restrict the audience size. The 113-minute running time on its original Norway release was cut down to 92 minutes on the US version.


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