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A scene from the film "Kungajakt", with Holger Löwenadler as Carl Gustav von Wismar and No Tidblad as Cathérine von Wismar, 1944.

A scene from the film "Kungajakt", with Holger Löwenadler as Carl Gustav von Wismar and No Tidblad as Cathérine von Wismar, 1944.
A scene from the film "Kungajakt", with Holger Löwenadler as Carl Gustav von Wismar and No Tidblad as Cathérine von Wismar, 1944.
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A scene from the film "Kungajakt", with Holger Löwenadler as Carl Gustav von Wismar and No Tidblad as Cathérine von Wismar, 1944.
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A scene from the film "Kungajakt", with Holger Löwenadler as Carl Gustav von Wismar and No Tidblad as Cathérine von Wismar, 1944.
A scene from the film "Kungajakt", with Holger Löwenadler as Carl Gustav von Wismar and No Tidblad as Cathérine von Wismar, 1944.
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A scene from the film "Kungajakt", with Holger Löwenadler as Carl Gustav von Wismar and No Tidblad as Cathérine von Wismar, 1944. Kungajakt is a 1944 Swedish drama film directed by Alf Sjöberg. The film is set in the 1780s. The Russians plan to overthrow King Gustav III to the Swedish throne and Lieutenant Rehusen try to stop them, as he battles for his king, he also battles for his love. Premiere January 21, 1944 at the Palladium in Stockholm . Holger Carl Löwenadler Minton, born 1 april 1904 in Jönköping , died 18 June 1977 in Stockholm , [1] was a Swedish actress . Löwenadler took the baccalaureate in 1921 and enrolled at Gothenburg University the same year. He began his stage career at Lorensbergsteatern in Gothenburg . He entered the Royal Dramatic Theatre School in 1923 when he was 19 and graduated in 1927 and debuted in 1926 at the Royal Dramatic scene. After the drama of the period he worked in Finland for three years. In 1930 he was employed at Blanche theater , he was engaged in 1941 again at the Royal Dramatic Theatre, where he will remain for over 30 years. He was awarded the Eugene O'Neill Award in 1965 , and got the 4 October 1966 to receive Swedish theater critics' annual prize for the role of the innkeeper in Markurells in Wadköping at the Royal Dramatic Theatre . [2] He made ​​her film debut in 1932 in Gunnar Skoglund International and came to participate in the 70's film and TV productions. He spoke French fluently and had an international breakthrough with a role in Louis Malle film Lacombe Lucien 1974 , which also gave him three different film award for Best Supporting Actor. He was acclaimed by Povel Ramel in singing View of Holger Löwenadler that was issued on vinyl disc Supervisor as fallen next (1978). No Sofia Westergren, known under her maiden name No Tidblad, born 29 May 1901 in the Adolf Fredrik church in Stockholm , death 12 september 1975 in Bromma , West Parish , Stockholm [1] , was a Swedish actress . Tidblad was the daughter of the engineer Otto Tidblad and Helga Krumlinde. [2] No Tidblad debuted in 1922 at the Royal Dramatic Theatre . On the Swedish Theatre and Oscar Theatre , she was Gosta Ekman's main co-star, and from 1932 she was one of the leading actors at the Royal Dramatic Theatre. With his charm and humor, she was a talented comedy actress, but she also had an intensity and sense of psychology. She played everything from Rosalinde in As You Like the title role in Miss Julie . To her great performances is also modern in Long Day's Journey into Night ( 1956 ) and Mrs. Alving in Ghosts ( 1969 ). Although Tidblad was primarily theater actress, she starred in several films. The best-known among Intermezzo ( 1936 ), Divorced ( 1951 ) and Gun ( 1973 ). When the National Theatre gave Jan de Hartogs Heaven's bed in 1953, she played against her husband Hakan Westergren. [3] In 1956 she shared Eugene O'Neill Award by Lars Hanson . Tidblad was in 1924 [4] married to actor Ragnar Bill Berg (1899-1930), who died 30 years old for a film set in Paris, and in 1931 with actor Hakan Westergren (1899-1981). [2] [1] In the first marriage, she had her daughter Lena Bill Berg (1926-1997), wife of Colonel Sture Erlandsson, who was navy and air attache in Bonn. [1] [5] [6] in the second marriage she had two children, the actors Meg Westergren (born in 1932 ) and Claes-Håkan Westergren (born 1935). [2] people, woman, talking, smiling, communication, beautiful, scene, film, man, standing, scene, film, Kungajakt, 1944
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