Susanne (1950 film)

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Susanne
Susanne Poster.jpg
Movie poster for Susanne
Directed byTorben Anton Svendsen
Written byFleming Lynge
Based onSusanne (1931 novel)
by Johannes Buchholtz
Starring Rasmus Christiansen, Ellen Gottschalch, Erik Mørk, Astrid Villaume
Production
company
Release date
  • 24 March 1950 (1950-03-24)(Denmark)
Running time
99 minutes
Country Denmark
LanguageDanish

Susanne is a Danish film of 1950, directed by Torben Anton Svendsen  [ da; fr; nl; ru ] and starring Astrid Villaume in the title role.

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The film won three prizes at the 1950 Bodil Awards: Best Actor (Erik Mørk), Best Actress (Astrid Villaume) and Best (Danish) Film. [1] [2]

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References

  1. Danske filmskuespillere: 525 portrætter (in Danish). Gyldendal. 2003. p. 515. ISBN   978-87-02-02104-2 . Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  2. Monggaard, C. (2015). Balling. Informations Forlag. p. 132. ISBN   978-87-7514-818-9 . Retrieved 21 February 2018.