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Dårskapens hus (1951)

During excavations in Stockholm in 2248, old film footage from the 1940s is found. The Research Group for Ancient Films tries to arrange the finds into a movie, while guessing the original director's intentions.

Director:

Hasse Ekman

Writer:

Hasse Ekman

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Hasse Ekman ... Hans Hasseson Ekman / Fänrik Bråde / Kim (voice)
Lars Hanson ... Överste von Blankenau (archive footage)
Elsie Albiin ... Elisabeth (archive footage)
Gunnar Sjöberg ... Kapten Hansson (archive footage)
Douglas Håge ... Borgmästaren / Gottfrid (archive footage)
Eva Henning ... Monika (archive footage)
Ester Roeck Hansen ... Olga (archive footage)
Edvin Adolphson ... Göran Dahl (archive footage)
Thor Modéen ... Vårby (archive footage)
Hilda Borgström ... Charlotta Dahl (archive footage)
Birger Malmsten ... Kurre (archive footage)
Sonja Wigert ... Inga (archive footage)
Ernst Brunman ... Överkonstapel Bottin (archive footage)
Ernst Eklund ... Manfred Gripe (archive footage)
Sture Lagerwall ... Jocke Gripe (archive footage)
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Storyline

During excavations in Stockholm in 2248, old film footage from the 1940s is found. The Research Group for Ancient Films tries to arrange the finds into a movie, while guessing the original director's intentions.

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Taglines:

En film om HETS - KRIS - SYND - LIDELSE - BEGÄR och TÖRST i 1940-talets Lillköping (A film about TORMENT - CRISIS - SIN - PASSION - DESIRE and THIRST in 1940s Lillköping)

Genres:

Comedy

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Trivia

The first and last names of the actors were deliberately mixed up on the theatrical poster, for example it says "Inga Henning", "Eva Wigert" and "Sonja Tidblad", with the real names being Inga Tidblad, Eva Henning and Sonja Wigert. See more »

Crazy Credits

No credits are shown on-screen, except for the fictional "Föreningen för Fornfilm Forskning presenterar" (The Society for Ancient Film Research presents) and the title. The characters are introduced by narrator Hans Hasseson Ekman (Hasse Ekman). See more »

Connections

Edited from Excellensen (1944) See more »

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Details

Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

22 September 1951 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

The Nuthouse See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Terrafilm See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Black and White (archive footage)| Color (Gevacolor) (prologue)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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