Thunder and Lightning (1938 film)

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Thunder and Lightning
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Directed by Anders Henrikson
Written by P. G. Wodehouse (novel)
Hasse Ekman
Starring Olof Winnerstrand
Nils Wahlbom
Frida Winnerstrand
Åke Söderblom
Music by Eric Bengtson
Cinematography Elner Åkesson
Edited by Oscar Rosander
Production
company
Distributed bySvensk Filmindustri
Release date
  • 21 March 1938 (1938-03-21)
Running time
91 minutes
CountrySweden
Language Swedish

Thunder and Lightning (Swedish: Blixt och dunder) is a 1938 Swedish comedy film directed by Anders Henrikson and starring Olof Winnerstrand, Nils Wahlbom and Frida Winnerstrand. It is an adaptation of the 1929 novel Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse. [1] The film's art direction was by Arne Åkermark.

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  1. Qvist & von Bagh p.85

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