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Hans Majestät får vänta (1945)

Carl-Johan Stjärna is one of the chamberlains at the royal castle in Stockholm. However, being a member of the aristocracy unfortunately does not mean that he is affluent, in fact his life ... See full summary »

Director:

Gustaf Edgren

Writers:

Oscar Rydqvist (play), Oscar Rydqvist (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Sture Lagerwall ... Kammarjunkare Carl-Johan Stjärna
Åke Söderblom ... Frans, hans betjänt
Aino Taube ... Eva Linde
Annalisa Ericson ... Irene
Julia Cæsar ... Agneta Hermansson
Hilding Gavle ... Johan Elof Pireus
Magnus Kesster ... Marcus
Saga Sjöberg Saga Sjöberg ... Magda Palmborg
Katie Rolfsen ... Mrs. Palmborg
Carl Hagman ... Krusenhielm
Tord Bernheim ... Harry Ålund
Olav Riégo Olav Riégo ... Chamberlain
Carin Swensson ... Maid
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nils Dahlgren Nils Dahlgren ... Larsson
Robert Ryberg Robert Ryberg ... Policeman
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Carl-Johan Stjärna is one of the chamberlains at the royal castle in Stockholm. However, being a member of the aristocracy unfortunately does not mean that he is affluent, in fact his life is a constant search for money. Luckily, his trusted manservant Frans can go to the pawnshop around the corner and get money in exchange for his uniform. But what shall he do now, when he has been sent for to come to the castle - and his uniform is at the pawnshop? Written by Mattias Thuresson

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

2 July 1945 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Hans Majestæt maa vente See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Kungsfilm See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The theme music is the same as in Gentleman att hyra (1940), just a slightly different recording. See more »

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Version of Hans Majestät får vänta (1931) See more »

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A trifling, but charming, glimpse from Stockholm in the 1930:s
9 August 2004 | by annofpemberleySee all my reviews

This movie is a trifle, but offers glimpses from a winter Stockholm back in the nineteen-thirties. Several Swedish actors contribute to make it a rather charming example of the comedies from that time. Åke Söderblom even gets to sing with Anna-Lisa Ericsson and to provide a grin when he appears in ladies wear. Julia Caesar in a minor part creates one of her wealthy old aunts with a kind heart hidden beneath a harsh exterior.

There is some confusion and a few unfaithful lovers, but even so there is no display of deep emotions . It is all a laughing matter and more interesting as a document from the time. The pawnbroker is a stereotype and the ladies in a hotel for women scream, when a man is sighted within its sacred walls!


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