We Who Go the Kitchen Route

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We Who Go the Kitchen Route
Directed by Erik Balling
Written by Sigrid Boo (novel)
Produced by John Hilbert
Starring Birgitte Reimer
Ib Schønberg
Ellen Margrethe Stein
Cinematography Verner Jensen
Poul Pedersen
Edited by Carsten Dahl
Music by Hans Schreiber
Production
company
Release date
2 February 1953
Running time
104 minutes
CountryDenmark
Language Danish

We Who Go the Kitchen Route Danish : Vi som går køkkenvejen) is a 1953 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Birgitte Reimer, Ib Schønberg and Ellen Margrethe Stein. [1]

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