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To levende og en død is a 1931 Norwegian novel written by Sigurd Christiansen. A post office worker, due for promotion, faces a crisis of conscience when his workplace is robbed.

To levende og en død is a 1937 Norwegian thriller film directed by Gyda Christensen and Tancred Ibsen and starring Hans Jacob Nilsen, Unni Torkildsen and Jan Vaage. It is based on the 1931 novel To levende og en død by Sigurd Christiansen. A post office worker is left wrestling with his conscience following a robbery at his workplace.

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