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Red Meadows ()

De røde enge (original title)
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A 1945 Danish war drama based on resistance fighter Ole Vlademar Juul's 1945 novel of the same name, is a suspense tale revolving around the memories of a Danish saboteur as he await s his execution in a German war-time prison.

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Michael Lans
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Ruth Isaksen
Per Buckhøj ...
Fangevogter Steinz
Gyrd Løfquist ...
Gustav
Kjeld Jacobsen ...
Hansen
Preben Kaas ...
Erik
Arne Hersholdt ...
Tysk feldwebel
Karl Jørgensen ...
Tysk major
Lau Lauritzen ...
Toto
Preben Neergaard ...
Prikken
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Tom
Preben Lerdorff Rye ...
Alf
Freddy Koch ...
Dreyer
Hjalmar Madsen ...
Hotelkarl
Bjørn Spiro ...
Tysk underofficer
Mantza Rasmussen ...
Chauffør Alf Larsen
Lillian Jensen ...
Servitrice
Poul Secher ...
Portner hos Mayz
Einar Juhl ...
Sturmbannfürer Mackensen
Mogens Brandt
Ole Juul ...
Sabotør / Fortæller
Peer Guldbrandsen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ib Fürst ...
Vagt hos Mayz
Poul Nordstrøm ...
Vagt hos Mayz
Osvald Vallini ...
Ansat hos Mayz

Directed by

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Bodil Ipsen
Lau Lauritzen

Written by

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Leck Fischer ... (play)
 
Ole Juul ... (book)

Produced by

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Jens Dennow ... producer
Henning Karmark ... producer

Music by

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Sven Gyldmark

Cinematography by

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Rudolf Frederiksen

Film Editing by

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Marie Ejlersen

Production Design by

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Helge Norél

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Bent Høyer ... sound

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Also Known As
  • The Red Earth (United States)
  • Red Meadows (United States)
  • The Earth Will Be Red (United Kingdom)
  • La terre sera rouge (France)
  • La tierra será roja (Spain)
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  • 85 min
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Movie Connections Edited into Eventyret om dansk film 10: Fremgang for filmkunsten - 1944-1949 (1996). See more »

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