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The Swedes and the Danes battle outside Stockholm. After the victory the Swedes follows the leader Gustaf Eriksson Wasa.

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Gustaf Eriksson Wasa
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Kristian II of Denmark
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Sten Sture
Hjalmar Selander ...
Matts Ers
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Mats Ersson
Estery Ericsson ...
Ma Brita
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Tobias
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Pers-Olle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gustaf Aronsson ...
Henrik Möller
Sture Baude ...
Archbishop Gustaf Trolle
Bror Berger ...
The executioner
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Claus, sentry at Kalö
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Dyveke
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Margareta Brahe
John Borgh ...
Cord König
Tor Borong ...
Doctor at Åsunden
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Kristina Gyllenstjerna
Bertil Brusewitz ...
Bishop Jens Beldenacke
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Daughter at Svärdsjögården
Sickan Castegren ...
Mother of Matts Ers
Erland Colliander ...
Henrik Slagheck
Carl Ericson ...
Swedish farmer that doubts Gustaf Wasa
Gösta Ericsson ...
Jörgen, sentry at Kalö
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Nobleman at Kalö
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Nobleman at Kalö
Pierre Fredriksson ...
Erik Banér
Algot Gunnarsson ...
Nils Bröms, mayor of Lübeck
Justus Hagman ...
Elias at Tronnevik
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Kneeling man at side of wounded Sten Sture
Carl Harald ...
Nobleman at Kalö
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Danish Captain
Thure Holm ...
Henrik Smed
Erik Johansson ...
Man at King Kristian's court
Rupert Johansson ...
Nobleman at Kalö
Karl Jonsson ...
commander at Kalö
Olof Krook ...
Mathias, Bishop of Strängnäs
Uno Küller ...
Nils Lykke
Herman Lantz ...
Commander at the Stockholm bloodbath
Sven Lindström ...
Bishop Didrik Slagheck
Alfred Lundberg ...
Mayor of Stockholm
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Hermann Israel
Axel Precht ...
Jakob Ulfsson, former Archbishop
Sven Quick ...
Father of Matts Ers
Gustav Ranft ...
Hemming Gadh
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Joakim Brahe
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Sigbrit
Nils Waldt ...
Servant of Sten Sture
Ernst Öberg ...
Vicentius - Bishop of Skara

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John W. Brunius

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Ivar Johansson ... (writer)

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Hugo Edlund

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Also Known As
  • Gustaf Wasa, Part One (World-wide, English title)
  • Gustav Vasa (Denmark)
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  • 103 min
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Trivia Prints of the film exist. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Gustaf Wasa, Part Two (1928). See more »

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