Table of contents

  • Plot summary
  • Swedish censorship / rating
  • Technical specifications
  • Comments
  • Original work
  • Production location
  • Holdings Film
  • Holdings Posters
  • Holdings Archive materials
  • Holdings Scripts
  • Holdings Stills
  • Holdings Promotion materials
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Basic facts

Original title Fridas flykt
Film type TV film
Category Fiction
Director
Screenplay
Production country
Production company

Cast

Anette Lindberg
Frida, 13 år

Margreth Weivers
Ulla Svensson, granne

Bibi Andersson
Gunilla, Fridas mamma, bibliotekarie

Johannes Brost
Bengt, TV-redigerare, Gunillas nye man

Birger Malmsten
Englund, Fridas pappa, violinist

Pontus Gustafsson
Micke, fritidsassistent

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Titles

Original title
Swedish release title

Crew

Director
Screenplay
Project Coordinator
Director of Photography
Production Designer
Film Editor
Production Mixer
Script Supervisor
Unit Manager
First Assistant Cameraman
Gaffer
Key Grip
Propman
Costume Designer
Make-up / Hair
Re-recording Mixer

Cast

Anette Lindberg Frida, 13 år
Margreth Weivers Ulla Svensson, granne
Bibi Andersson Gunilla, Fridas mamma, bibliotekarie
Johannes Brost Bengt, TV-redigerare, Gunillas nye man
Birger Malmsten Englund, Fridas pappa, violinist
Pontus Gustafsson Micke, fritidsassistent
Yvonne Lombard kurator
Bert-Åke Varg biologilärare
Gus Dahlström Södergubben
Tom Lööf polis
Kjell Melin polis
Dag Taylor den nye fritidsledaren
Lotta Larsson barnmorska
Vendela Duclos klasskompis
Hedvig Kildal klasskompis
Carl Inger klasskompis
Lars Carlsson klasskompis
Lars Hamrén klasskompis
Håkan Ström klasskompis

Companies

Production company Sveriges Television AB TV1

Release dates

TV showing 1985-04-01 TV1 Sweden 60 min

Soundtrack listing

Original title Konsert, violin, orkester, op. 61, D-dur
Composer Ludwig van Beethoven (1806)
Orchestra Sveriges Radios symfoniorkester
Instrumentalist Nils-Erik Sparf (solist)


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