A scene from the film "Klockan på Rönneberga" (The clock on Rönneberga), with Lauritz Falk as Lennart Heijken and Vibeke Falk as Viveka Langfeldt, 1944.

A scene from the film
A scene from the film "Klockan på Rönneberga" (The clock on Rönneberga), with Lauritz Falk as Lennart Heijken and Vibeke Falk as Viveka Langfeldt, 1944.The clock on Rönneberga is a Swedish drama film from 1944 directed by Gunnar Skoglund .There are landlords Lennart Heijkens 70th birthday, which is celebrated with a big party at the family estate Rönneberga that belonged to the family Heijken for six generations. When it's time for Lennart Vivan grandchildren to go to get her first honor of pulling up large floor clock Kulla, who stands on the place of honor in the banqueting hall. Since Lennart sits at the edge of her bed and tells the tale of the ball. Lennart starts to tell me about the day he was born - for exactly 70 years ago. It was August 11 the 1866 and cartridge Henrik Heijken on Rönneberga was overjoyed that his wife just gave birth to a son.The same day, a mas selling watches to Rönneberga and gladness buy Henry a large floor clock by him, Kulla. Masen helps to engrave the current date in it, Lennart's birthday. Masen says that this watch should follow Lennart through life. Next date of engraving will be June 9, 1885, Lennart has since taken the matriculation examination. Henry now expects that the son Lennart begin training to take over agriculture. But Lennart want to become an officer, and Henrik accept his son's will. Lennart advances soon to lieutenant and he also meets a girl he falls in love, Viveka. But she also courted by Lieutenant Griffin. In good and bad times get you then continue to follow Lennart and his ball.The film premiered 13 March 1944 at the mirror in Stockholm and Uppsala, Norrköping, Eskilstuna, Orebro and Helsingborg. The recording was done with studio filming in Filmstaden , Råsunda , in Lilljansskogen in Stockholm and Erik Sund estate outside Sigtuna . Cinematographer was Martin Bodin .Lauritz Falk, born 15 november 1909 in Brussels , Belgium , died 1 February 1990 in Stockholm , [1] was a Swedish-Norwegian actor , director , singer and artist . [2] Falk grew up with a Norwegian mother and a Swedish father. He trained as an artist in Oslo . The period 1938-1942 was Falk engaged at the National Theatre in Oslo . He moved during the German occupation in Sweden, and began his career as a director with the film Live Dangerous (1944). Falk was engaged at the Royal Dramatic Theatre 1970-1982 and the period 1985-1988. Falk made ​​her film debut at age 14 in Per Lindberg Northgate League . Falk has appeared as an actor, in Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, American, English, Italian and French films in 50 different roles. Musically Falk has sung in numerous records of Evert Taube's music. [Citation needed] He is the cousin of Bertram Schmiterlöw .Vibeke Falk, born Mowinckel 27 september 1918 in Bergen , died 9 October 2011 , [1] was a Norwegian actress . 1937-1950 She was married to actor and director Lauritz Falk .Falk made ​​his debut in 1938 at Søilen Theatre , and was subsequently employed at the National Theatre from 1939 to 1942, Trøndelag Teater 1952-1953 and Den Nationale Scene from 1960 to 1968. She made ​​her film debut in 1939 in Tancred Ibsen film gjest baardsen - a Norwegian Lasse-Maja in 1939, and later came to be associated with the Swedish 1940s films Newlyweds (1941), The clock on Rönneberga (1944), Brothers in between (1946) and Singoalla (1949) . She also had minor character roles in Norwegian film in the 1970s and 1980s, especially in Svend Wam and Petter Vennerød , and starred in Liv Ullmann's film Kristin Lavransdatter (1995).people, man, woman, standing, togetherness, holding hands, looking, beautiful, scenery, scene, film, The clock on Rönneberga, 1944

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