Between Us Barons

Between Us Barons (Swedish: Oss baroner emellan) is a 1939 Swedish comedy film directed by Ivar Johansson and starring Adolf Jahr, Birgit Tengroth and Gösta Cederlund.[1] It was inspired by the British novel Following Ann by Kenneth R. G. Browne.

Between Us Barons
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Directed byIvar Johansson
Written byRolf Husberg
Ivar Johansson
Based onFollowing Ann by Kenneth R.G. Browne
Produced byLorens Marmstedt
StarringAdolf Jahr
Birgit Tengroth
Gösta Cederlund
CinematographyErnst Westerberg
Edited byIvar Johansson
Music byEskil Eckert-Lundin
Release date
26 December 1939
Running time
85 minutes

It was shot at the Gärdet Studios in Stockholm. The film's sets were designed by the art director Arthur Spjuth.


A baron returns to Sweden after many years in Argentina. Soon after arriving, his luggage is stolen by a confidence trickster who masquerades as the baron in order to gain an invitation to the estate of a wealthy couple. Things become more complicated when the baron himself turns up, also in diguise.



  1. ^ Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland p.93


  • Qvist, Per Olov & von Bagh, Peter. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.

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