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Augustas lilla felsteg (1933)

Lisa, a young woman living in the countryside, is going to Stockholm to meet her biological mother, Augusta Magnusson, for the first time since she was an infant. On the train she meets ... See full summary »

Director:

Thor Modéen

Writers:

Siegfried Fischer (play), Thor Modéen
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Credited cast:
Dagmar Ebbesen ... Mrs. Augusta Magnusson
Arthur Fischer ... Fabrikör Hagström
Siegfried Fischer ... David Magnusson
Rut Holm ... Lisa Magnusson
Hugo Jacobsson ... Petter Söderkvist
Nils Jacobsson ... Einar Hallbäck
Thyra Leijman-Uppström Thyra Leijman-Uppström ... Mrs. Klara Månsson
Thor Modéen ... Holger Jönsgård
Werner Ohlson Werner Ohlson ... Helge Hagström
Edvard Persson ... Smulle Månsson
Aino Taube ... Ingrid Månsson
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Lisa, a young woman living in the countryside, is going to Stockholm to meet her biological mother, Augusta Magnusson, for the first time since she was an infant. On the train she meets Holger Jönsgård, who has just finished his studies at the agricultural school in Altorp. Holger follows Lisa to her mother's dwelling on the South Side of Stockholm. Augusta is deeply moved when seeing her daughter after all those years. She and her new husband David, together with their neighbors Smulle and Klara Månsson, have prepared a crayfish party in the evening, to which both Lisa and Holger are invited. During the evening Lisa and Holger fall in love. Smulle and Klara have a beautiful daughter, Ingrid, who is courted by two young men. One of them, the wealthy Helge Hagström, lures her away in his car to a hotel outside Stockholm, where he tries to seduce her in her room by night. Ingrid resists, and back home she falls in the arms of her other wooer, the destitute Einar Hallbäck. Helge steals ... Written by Maths Jesperson {maths.jesperson1@comhem.se}

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Augustas lilla felsteg
21 May 2020 | by XxEthanHuntxXSee all my reviews

An early ludic and goofy Swedish classic with many funny and charming characters. Easy everyday action without major features. Fairly thin entertainment but with occasional highlights.


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

30 January 1933 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Augustas lille Fejltrin See more »

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Ekfilm See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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