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|Directed by|| Jon Iversen |
|Produced by||Henning Karmark|
|Written by|| Ib Henrik Cavling |
|Music by||Sven Gyldmark|
|Edited by||Wera Iwanouw|
Arvingen is a 1954 Danish family film directed by Jon Iversen and Alice O'Fredericks.
Jon Iversen was a Danish stage and film actor and film director.
Alice O'Fredericks was a Danish actress, screenwriter, and film director. She is best known for directing the series of Far til Fire comedies and the series of family dramas based on Morten Korch novels. Having written 38 produced screenplays and directed 72 feature films, O'Fredericks was one of the most prolific directors in Danish cinema. O'Fredericks also directed the first Danish films which highlighted women's rights. The Alice Award, presented annually to the Best Female Director at the Copenhagen International Film Festival, is named in her honor.
Poul David Reichhardt was a Danish actor, well known for his roles in Danish 1940s/1950s comedies. Later on, he also played more serious and varied roles; he has also starred in Huset på Christianshavn, Matador and as various minor characters in the Olsen-banden films.
Astrid Villaume was a Danish actress of stage and film best known for her Bodil Award-winning title role in the 1950 film Susanne. Danish film historian Morten Piil described Villaume's appeal as a combination of "warm mother figure, romantic heroine and innocent erotic dream girl."
Nina Pens Rode, was a Danish actress best known for her 1964 performance in the title role in Gertrud, Carl Theodor Dreyer's final film. Previous to this, she appeared in five other Danish films: Kispus (1956), Arvingen (1954), Husmandstøsen (1952), Kærlighedsdoktoren (1952), and Dorte (1951). Rode made her stage debut at the Odense Theatre in 1947. She was married to the actor Ebbe Rode from 1959 until her death in 1992 at the age of 63.
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Dark Horse is a 2005 Danish film directed by Dagur Kári about a young man, his best friend, and a girl. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.
Familien Olsen is a 1940 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks.
Pas på svinget i Solby is a 1940 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks.
Frk. Vildkat is a 1942 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks.
Tyrannens fald is a 1942 Danish family film directed by Jon Iversen and Alice O'Fredericks.
Mosekongen is a 1950 Danish family film directed by Jon Iversen and Alice O'Fredericks.
Father of Four on Bornholm is a 1959 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks and Robert Saaskin.
Dorte is a 1951 Danish family film directed by Jon Iversen.
Ved kongelunden... is a 1953 Danish comedy film directed by Poul Bang and starring Dirch Passer.
Det var paa Rundetaarn is a 1955 Danish comedy film directed by Poul Bang and starring Dirch Passer.
Passer passer piger is a 1965 Danish comedy film directed by Sven Methling and starring Helle Virkner.
The Girl and the Millionaire is a 1965 Danish comedy film directed by Ebbe Langberg and starring Dirch Passer.
Going for Broke is a 1977 Danish comedy film directed by Gabriel Axel and starring Preben Kaas.
Incognito is a 1937 Danish family film directed by Valdemar Lauritzen and starring Ib Schønberg.
En sømand går i land is a 1954 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and starring Poul Reichhardt.
Mariebjerg Cemetery is located in Gentofte north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was laid out between 1926 and 1933 to the design of the landscape architect Gudmund Nyeland Brandt and is considered an important example of European Modernist landscape architecture. Its design has inspired many other cemeteries both in Denmark and abroad.
The Golden Smile is a 1935 Danish drama film directed by Pál Fejös and starring Bodil Ipsen, Helen von Münchofen and John Price. The film's sets were designed by the art director Heinz Fenchel.