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Credited cast:
Maude Adelson ...
Ernestine Muche
Carl-Olof Alm ...
Roger de Berville
Mona Andersson ...
Second typist
Erik 'Bullen' Berglund ...
Older gentleman
Ingrid Borthen ...
Typist girl
Sigge Fürst ...
Oscar Muche
Heinz Hopf ...
Margaretha Krook ...
Suzy Courtois
Eva Levén ...
Holger Löwenadler ...
Laurent Castel-Benac
Toivo Pawlo ...
Brita Öberg ...
The Baroness


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18 February 1963 (Sweden)  »

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Version of Playhouse 90: Topaze (1957) See more »

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An important society satire supported by an excellent cast
8 May 2005 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I saw this play on Swedish television 42 years ago and I still remember many of the lines. The play made an everlasting impression and was very influential on my future development. A shy but righteous teacher – Topaze - with no social skills what so ever, through a series of events, gradually become aware of the realities of human societies and finally learns to master the rules at level far superior to his former mentor, Laurent Castel-Benac, excellently played by Holger Löwenadler. One of Sweden's best actors ever, the now deceased Allan Edwall is very convincing as Albert Topaze and the former mistress of Castel-Benac and later of Topaze is well played by Margaretha Krook, a person with a fair amount of self-criticism. They story is quite funny without ever loosing track of its main objective – making people aware of human nature. This film ought to be a compulsory part of the curricula for becoming a bureaucrat anywhere in the world.

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