Basic facts

Titles

Original title
Swedish release title
Distribution title
Title alternative spelling

Crew

Director
Screenplay
Production Manager
Director of Photography
Music
Art Director
Production Mixer
Assistant Director
Orchestra
Orchestra Leader

Cast

Ivar Kåge Georg Wall, professor
Margit Manstad Lola Wall, Georgs fru
Edvin Adolphson Ture Tallen, direktör
Elsa Carlsson Ebba Tallén, Tures fru
Olof Winnerstrand Acke Holfert, konstnär
Oscar Byström Knut Wall, Georgs far
Constance Byström fru Ekberg, Ebbas mor
Einar Beyron refrängsångaren
Tekla Sjöblom Clara, husa hos Georg och Lola Wall
Disa Gillis ung dam på restaurangen
Eivor Engelbrektsson ung dam bjuden på restaurang av Knut Wall
Alice Carlsson ung dam bjuden på restaurang av Knut Wall
Barbro Kindborg ung dam bjuden på restaurang av Knut Wall
Ollars-Erik Landberg rockvaktmästare
Otto Lington orkesterledaren
Otto Lingtons orkester orkestern

Companies

Production Company Filmindustri AB Triumvir
Distributor in Sweden (35 mm) Film AB Paramount 1932

Swedish censorship

Censorship number 48121
Date 1932-09-13
Classification Allowed from age 15
Notes Granskningskopians aktlängder: 440-330-300-300-245-320-230-220 = 2385 m. Visningskopiorna aktlängder efter omklippning från 8 till 5 akter: 440-468-480-492-480 = 2360 m.


Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 1.37:1
Sound system Optical mono
Width 35 mm
Frames per second 24
Length in metres 2385 meter
Length in minutes 87 min
Reels 5 rullar


Original work

Original title Modärna fruar (Play)
Author Algot Sandberg


Production location

1932 1932
Nordisk Films Kompagni A/S Valby Denmark
Stockholm Sweden

Release dates

Release in Sweden 1932-09-21 China Stockholm Sweden 86 min
First showing 1932-09-21 China Stockholm Sweden 86 min

Soundtrack listing

Original title Aj, aj, aj, du!
Composer Sonja Sahlberg (1932)
Lyrics Gösta Stevens (1932)
Orchestra Otto Lingtons orkester (repris)
Singer Olof Winnerstrand
Otto Lington (repris)


Original title Es war einmal ein Walzer
Composer Franz Lehár (1932)
Lyrics Fritz Rotter (tysk text 1932))
Georg Eliasson/ Nils-Georg /= Nils Perne (svensk text 1932)
Armin Robinson (tysk text 1932)


Original title Varje litet ord av kärlek
Composer Bert Carsten (1932)
Lyrics Gösta Stevens (1932)
Singer Margit Manstad
Einar Beyron (första repris)
Olof Winnerstrand (andra repris)


Original title Nu är det jul igen ...
Musical Arrangement Martin Willert
Singer Olof Winnerstrand
Ivar Kåge
Oscar Byström


Original title Ja, må han leva!
Singer Olof Winnerstrand
Elsa Carlsson
Ivar Kåge


Original title Allt vad du gav
Composer El Adolphe (1932)
Lyrics Georg Orvar (1932)


Holdings Film

The information given here refers to film material in the Swedish Film Institute’s archive. Access to the archive’s stock is given on request, for research, other film archives and rights’ holders.

Element type Kopia
Item base Acetate
Gauge 35 mm
Length 2227


Element type Duplikatnegativ
Gauge 35 mm
Length 2227


Element type Duplikatpositiv
Gauge 35 mm
Length 2227


Element type Tonnegativ
Gauge 35 mm
Length 2227


Holdings Posters

Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100
Poster title MODÄRNA FRUAR
Tryckeri Rokotryck AB Kopia
Designed by Eric Rohman


Size Less than 850 x 400
Poster title MODÄRNA FRUAR
Tryckeri AB Offsettryck


Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100
Poster title MODERNA FRUAR
Tryckeri AB Offsettryck
Designed by Walter Fuchs


Size Less than 850 x 400
Poster title MODERNA FRUAR
Tryckeri AB Offsettryck


Holdings Scripts

Script type Inspelningsmanus
Script title Bearbetning för filmen av Gösta Stevens och Edvin Adolphson efter ett lustspel av Algot Sandberg.
Extent 107 s. Roll-, rekvisita-, exteriör-, interiör- & kostymlista för skådesp. (7 s.) inklistrat i manus.
Language Swedish


Script type Kringmaterial


Holdings Stills

Black and white print SET
Behind the scenes prints 1
Album No


Holdings Promotion materials

Type Program/Promotion material


Type Program eng
Language Swedish


Type Promotion material
Language Swedish


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