Jolly Musicians

Jolly Musicians (Swedish: Muntra musikanter) is a 1932 Swedish comedy film directed by Theodor Berthels and Weyler Hildebrand and starring Mary Gräber, Ulla Sorbon and Anna Olin.[1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Bibi Lindström. It takes place on Walpurgis Night in Uppsala.

Jolly Musicians
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Directed byTheodor Berthels
Weyler Hildebrand
Written byWeyler Hildebrand
StarringMary Gräber
Ulla Sorbon
Anna Olin
CinematographyErnst Westerberg
Music byFred Winter
Production
company
Distributed byEuropa Film
Release date
19 November 1932
Running time
91 minutes
CountrySweden
LanguageSwedish

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Larsson & Marklund p.126

BibliographyEdit

  • Larsson, Mariah & Marklund, Anders. Swedish Film: An Introduction and Reader. Nordic Academic Press, 2010.

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