|To levende og en død|
|Directed by|| Gyda Christensen |
|Written by|| Sigurd Christiansen (novel) |
|Starring|| Hans Jacob Nilsen |
|Music by||Carsten Carlsen|
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.
Events in the year 1954 in Norway.
The Medal of St. Hallvard is the highest award of the City of Oslo, Norway. It is awarded to people who have made a particularly noteworthy contribution to the City of Oslo. It is named after the city's patron, Saint Hallvard. The medal was designed by goldsmith Jacob Prytz (1886–1962) of the jewelry firm J. Tostrup in Oslo. It has been awarded since 1956.
Guri Stormoen was a Norwegian actress. She was active both on stage and in film.
Toralf Sandø was a Norwegian film director and actor. He also read Olav Duun books for NRK Radio.
Thoralf Klouman was a Norwegian satirical illustrator and actor.
Hans Jacob Nilsen was a Norwegian actor, theatre director and film director. He was a theatre director at Den Nationale Scene, at Folketeatret, and for two separate periods at Det Norske Teatret.
Fritt Ord Award consists of two prizes awarded by the Fritt Ord Foundation. Two prizes are awarded in support of freedom of speech and freedom of expression; the Fritt Ord Award and the Fritt Ord Honorary Award . These are awards are distributed annually during the month of May in connection with the anniversary of the liberation of Norway at the end of World War II in May 1945. Prizes are awarded to one or more persons or organizations that have contributed to areas where the organization works, especially in the work of freedom of expression. In addition to a monetary reward, the award includes a statue by sculptor Nils Aas.
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.
A Dead Man Among the Living is a 1949 Czech thriller film directed by Bořivoj Zeman and starring Karel Höger, Eduard Dubský and Vjaceslav Irmanov. The film is based on the 1931 novel To levende og en død by the Norwegian writer Sigurd Christiansen. Following an armed robbery at his office, a postal worker suffers a crisis of conscience.
Jan Gunnar Hoff is a Norwegian jazz pianist, composer, arranger and professor, living in Bodø, known from cooperations with jazz musicians like Pat Metheny, Mike Stern, Alex Acuña, Audun Kleive, Mathias Eick, John Surman, Karin Krog, Maria João, Marilyn Mazur, Anders Jormin, Arve Henriksen, Per Jørgensen, Tore Brunborg, Bjørn Kjellemyr, Ernst-Wiggo Sandbakk, Per Mathisen, Gary Novak, Arild Andersen, Tore Johansen, Nils Petter Molvær, Ståle Storløkken a.o.
Jan Kåre "Hysen" Hystad is a Norwegian jazz musician, and the older brother of jazz saxophonist Ole Jacob Hystad. He is known as leader of his own Quartet and as part of the Bergen Big Band with cooperations with Teje Rypdal, John Surman and Karin Krogh.
Ditlef Eckhoff is a Norwegian jazz musician (trumpet) known from numerous recordings and central on the Oslo Jazz Scene.
Knut Conrad Borge was a Norwegian journalist and entertainer.
Unni Torkildsen was a Norwegian actress.
Events in the year 2019 in Norway.
Så møtes vi imorgen is a 1946 Norwegian drama film directed by Nils R. Müller. It was Müller's debut film. It is based on the novel of the same name by Alex Brinchmann and it was adapted for film by Müller. The film tells the story of the young maladapted Steffen Berg, played by Georg Richter.
Kolbjørn Brenda was a Norwegian actor.
Alfred Solaas was a Norwegian actor, film director, and theater director. He was engaged for many years at the Oslo New Theater.
Knut Jacobsen was a Norwegian actor and costume designer.