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|Lise kommer til Byen|
|Directed by|| Lau Lauritzen Jr. |
|Written by||Grete Frische|
|Edited by||Marie Ejlersen|
|Music by||Sven Gyldmark|
Lise kommer til Byen is a 1947 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks.
Dirch Hartvig Passer was a celebrated Danish actor. He was greatly renowned for his improvisational skills and, with a filmography comprising 90 movies, one of Denmark's most prolific actors. His life is depicted in the Danish semi-biographical film A Funny Man directed by Martin Zandvliet.
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.
Lisbeth Movin was a Danish actress of stage and film best known for her role as Anne, the pastor's wife accused of witchcraft in the film Day of Wrath (1943) directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. She also appeared as the widow in the screen adaptation of Babette's Feast (1987), directed by Gabriel Axel. She was the mother of actress Lone Lau.
Sang til Sandefjord was written to the town of Sandefjord by Thorleif Jacobsen in the 1930s. The original music was composed by Baard Heradstveit. However, his melody was considered to be very difficult to sing. In order to revitalize the song, Rolf Hansen Stub composed an alternative melody in the early 1980s, which is the one in use today.
Lau Lauritzen Jr., was a Danish actor, screenwriter, and film director. As a director, he was a 4-time recipient of the Bodil Award for Best Danish Film. Lauritzen co-founded the Danish film studio ASA Film and served as the studio's artistic director (1937–1945) and administrative director (1945–1964).
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.
Tag til Rønneby Kro is a 1941 Danish family film directed by Jon Iversen and Alice O'Fredericks.
Panik i familien is a 1945 Danish film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks. Nordisk Film released the film on DVD in October 2016.
Den opvakte jomfru is a 1950 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks.
Karl Georg Harald Schenstrøm was a Danish stage and film actor of the silent era in Denmark. He worked under directors such as August Blom and Lau Lauritzen Sr.
Me and My Kid Brother is a 1967 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and starring Dirch Passer.
Mig og min lillebror og storsmuglerne is a 1968 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and starring Dirch Passer.
Me and My Kid Brother and Doggie is a 1969 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Lisbeth Movin and starring Dirch Passer.
The Invisible Army is a 1945 Danish war film directed by Johan Jacobsen and starring Bodil Kjer.
The Olsen Gang is a 1968 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Ove Sprogøe, Morten Grunwald, and Poul Bundgaard. This was the first film in the Olsen-banden-series.
Revolution My A is a 1970 Danish film directed by Erik Balling and starring Ove Sprogøe.
Kjeld Jacobsen was a Danish actor. He appeared in more than 40 films between 1945 and 1970. For his role as the father in Once There Was a War he won the Bodil Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
The Son is a 1953 Danish family film directed by Torben Anton Svendsen and starring Ib Schønberg, Lise Wolst and Frits Helmuth.
Marie Ejlersen was a Danish film editor active in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. She was the editor on many of directors Alice O'Fredericks and Lau Lauritzen.
The Swedenhielm Family is a 1947 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen and starring Poul Reumert, Ebbe Rode and Beatrice Bonnesen. It was shot at the ASA Film Studios at Lyngby in Copenhagen. It is based on the 1925 play Swedenhielms by Hjalmar Bergman, previously adapted into a 1935 Swedish film Swedenhielms directed by Gustaf Molander