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Synnöve Solbakken (1934)

Torbjörn and Synnöve are two children living in the same valley. Synnöves mother does not like that they socialize since Torbjörns grandfather is a drunk.

Director:

Tancred Ibsen

Writers:

Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson (novel), Torsten Flodén (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Karin Ekelund ... Synnöve
Randi Brænne Randi Brænne ... Synnøve (alternate version)
Fritiof Billquist ... Torbjörn - Torbjørn
Victor Sjöström ... Sämund - Sæmund
Solveig Hedengran ... Ingrid
Hjördis Petterson ... Karen
John Ekman ... Guttorm
Gösta Gustafson Gösta Gustafson ... Aslak
Signe Lundberg-Settergren Signe Lundberg-Settergren ... Ingeborg - Ingebjørg
Helge Mauritz Helge Mauritz ... Knut
Justus Hagman Justus Hagman ... Doktorn
Ulla Wessman Ulla Wessman ... Synnöve som barn - Synnøve som barn
Nils Granberg Nils Granberg ... Torbjörn som barn - Torbjørn som barn
Terje Reuter Terje Reuter ... Knut som barn (as Törje Reuter)
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Torbjörn and Synnöve are two children living in the same valley. Synnöves mother does not like that they socialize since Torbjörns grandfather is a drunk.

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Drama

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Details

Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

22 October 1934 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Synnøve Solbakken See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

AB Irefilm See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Shot in two versions with two different lead actresses: one with Karin Ekelund (for Sweden and other countries) and one with Randi Brænne (for Norway). All other actors and the crew were the same. See more »

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Version of Fairy of Solbakken (1919) See more »

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Lame second film version of Norwegian novel classic.
27 October 2000 | by BippoSee all my reviews

This film version of the Norwegian novel classic was the second of three. Sadly, it's a rather lame movie, that comes bad off compared to the beautiful silent film (1919). Apart from a stunning performance from Victor Sjöström, the script, the directing and the acting seem all done in a hurry, as a quick low-budget production. The film was strangely enough presented in two versions, with two different leading ladies. The version with Randi Brænne as Synnøve was restored by The Swedish Film Institute in 1981. The Karin Ekelund version exists only in a nitrate print at The Danish Film Museum.


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