The Vicious Breed (Swedish: Farlig frihet) is a 1954 Swedish crime drama film directed by Arne Ragneborn and featuring Ragneborn, Carl-Olof Alm, Sif Ruud and Inga Gill. It was shot at the Stocksund Studios in Stockholm.
|The Vicious Breed|
|Directed by||Arne Ragneborn|
|Written by||Arne Ragneborn|
|Produced by||Lars Burman|
|Starring||Arne Ragneborn |
|Cinematography||Sven Thermænius |
|Edited by||Carl-Olov Skeppstedt|
|Music by||Charlie Norman |
Metronome Studios AB
|26 December 1954|
A juvenile delinquent escapes from a detention centre and goes on a spree, committing a new series of crimes before he is eventually tracked down and cornered by the police.
- Arne Ragneborn as 'Myggan' Strömholm
- Maj-Britt Lindholm as Laila
- Carl-Olof Alm as 'Bellman'
- Fritiof Billquist as Homosexual
- Sif Ruud as The Evil Lady
- Jan-Olof Rydqvist as Tjoffe
- Inga Gill as Mammie
- Lars Ekborg as Knutte
- Peter Lindgren as Inmate
- Lars Burman as Inmate
- Åke Grönberg as House Owner
- Sven-Axel Carlsson as Inmate
- Bengt Martin as Tommy, Homosexual
- Georg Skarstedt as Man Walking at the Beach
- Catrin Westerlund as Ulla, Bellman's Friend
- Qvist & Von Bagh p.61
- Qvist, Per Olov & von Bagh, Peter. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.