Klingende toner

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Klingende toner
Directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr.
Alice O'Fredericks
Written byLau Lauritzen Jr.
Alice O'Fredericks
Starring Emil Christoffersen
CinematographyRudolf Frederiksen
Release date
  • 6 August 1945 (1945-08-06)

Klingende toner is a 1945 Danish film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks. [1]



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  1. "Klingende toner". DFI. Retrieved 27 April 2021.