Ingrid Eriksson, a social worker, decides to find out something about the problems of "hired Help/servant girls", and gets herself a job as a servant at the home of John Willman. Willman's ... See full summary »

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Britta Brunius ...
Karl-Arne Holmsten ...
Åke Willman
Rut Holm ...
Ester
Anders Henrikson ...
Granlund
Dagmar Ebbesen ...
Hanna
Gerda Björne ...
Mrs. Gerda Willman
Hugo Björne ...
John Willman
Marianne Aminoff ...
Eva
Björn Berglund ...
Werner
Signe Wirff ...
Miss Sundberg
Carin Swensson ...
Pettersson
Olga Appellöf ...
Ågren
Maja Håge ...
Restaurant Singer
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John Melin ...
Man (scenes deleted)
Georg Skarstedt ...
Man (scenes deleted)
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Ingrid Eriksson, a social worker, decides to find out something about the problems of "hired Help/servant girls", and gets herself a job as a servant at the home of John Willman. Willman's son, Ake, falls in love with her and numerous complications arise before the course of true love runs smoothly. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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29 December 1939 (USA)  »

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The Servant Girl  »

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My Man Godfey or The Hired Hand it isn't.

Ingrid Eriksson (Britta Brunious), a social worker, decides to find out something about the problems of "hired Help/servant girls", and gets herself a job as a servant at the home of John Willman (Hugo Bjorne.) Willman's son, Ake (Karl-Arne Holmsten), falls in love with her and numerous complications arise before the course of true love runs smoothly.

First shown in the U. S., in January of 1940, at NYC's 48th Street Theater, with Swedish dialogue and English titles. One of the trade reviewers allowed it served to present a good picture of modern Swedish life.


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