The Triumph of the Heart

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The Triumph of the Heart
Directed by Gustaf Molander
Produced by Vilhelm Bryde
Written by Paul Merzbach
Starring Carl Brisson
Lissy Arna
Edvin Adolphson
Cinematography Julius Jaenzon
Axel Lindblom
Release date
16 September 1929
Running time
94 minutes
Language Silent
Swedish intertitles

The Triumph of the Heart (Swedish: Hjärtats triumf) is a 1929 Swedish silent film directed by Gustaf Molander and starring Carl Brisson, Lissy Arna and Edvin Adolphson. [1] The film was made in partnership with British International Pictures and was given a British release in 1930 under the alternative title of False Gold.



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  1. Gustafsson p.185