Erik 'Bullen' Berglund as mate Johansson, Hasse Ekman as Bertil Winge, cadet trainee, Åke Söderblom as Åke Hjelm, cadet trainee and George Fant as Olle Lindberg, a cadet trainee in the film Kadettkamrater (Cadet Comrades), 1939.Cadet Comrades is a Swedish drama from 1939 the director of Weyler Hildebrand .The film premiered at 8 december 1939 at the Palladium theater in Stockholm. It was recorded in Filmstaden Råsunda with exteriors from Stockholm, Karlskrona and Stockholm archipelago by Martin Bodin after a film idea of Einar Zacke .Gösta Hans "Hasse" Ekman, born 10 september 1915 in Stockholm , died 15 February 2004 in Marbella , Spain , was a Swedish director , screenwriter , actor , producer and lyricists . He was the son of Gosta Ekman elder and father of Gosta Ekman dy. Hasse Ekman began early in the industry as he carried his father grew up in - theater and film. He began in the 1930s to work in the theater and also made efforts on film. Among other things, he played against his father Gösta in Intermezzo (film) 1936th 1940 he debuted with his first film With You in My Arms . During the 1940s, he made films including Royal rabble , Front for little Martha , while the gate was closed , the banquet and the girl from the third row . 1950 creation girl and hyacinths , which is widely considered to be his masterpiece. Ekman made a series of popular comedies with Sickan Carlsson in the 1950s - including the Seventh Heaven and Miss Chic .Ekman also practiced at the theater, as a director of several theater comedies, wrote three original plays and directed, among other things, three of Karl Gerhard revues (1946, 1957 and 1959). In the 1960s, felt Ekman no place in what was then the film climate in Sweden and chose to end his film career. During the 1960s, 70s and early 80s he was doing instead of theater and revue sets in Stockholm, for example, along with Kar de Mumma (1962, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973) and Povel Ramel (1958, 1966, 1968, 1972, 1981). He also made a detour by Gösta Bernhard to Gothenburg and Liseberg Theatre of Comedy Us bunnies in between (1967).Three of Hasse Ekman's screenplay was filmed also in Denmark: Lykken will (1942), op with Little Martha (1946) and Men's gate was lukket (1948). Even a Danish version of Miss church mouse , to which Ekman wrote the lyrics, recorded: Frk. Kirkemus (1941).Åke Söderblom Fridolf, born 20 January 1910 in Fritsla , died 22 May 1965 at Liseberg ,  was a Swedish actor and screenwriter and lyricists . Söderblom became known as a frisky Gothenburgers often played energetic and talkative mischievous in a variety of film comedy. He made his first revue in 1927 and became one of the great revue stars on Södran and the Scala Theatre in Stockholm .Åke Söderblom wrote thousands couplets , songs and show tunes, often in collaboration with Jules Sylvain . Among his many earrings can be mentioned, for example, Tango Knight ( 1932 ), I will tonight under the balcony ( 1932 ), Can you whistle Johanna?, Two small birds on a branch, we have so much to say to each other and the course of battle ( 1937 ) .He often worked with Thor Modéen , Åke Grönberg and Börje Larsson . With the latter formed Söderblom duo Greater and Lesser Slam slam with Söderblom as Lill-Slam. Among his female opponent was Annalisa Ericson and Sickan Carlsson . Among his many film successes include such Gentleman for rent (1940) Spökreportern (1941) and Lieutenant Hearts (1942).Söderblom had its heyday in the 1930s and '40s, then slowed playfulness and creativity of. His involvement in the movies, however, continued unabated, even if the criticism was merciless and moviegoers fewer. Söderblom was well over 40 years, the last time he got to play conscript sailors on film.Together with lyricist Fritz Gustaf Sundelöf he wrote several screenplays and songs under the pseudonym Dom there.Åke Söderblom died during the intermission of the show poster bed at Liseberg Theatre in Gothenburg in 1965 and is buried in Lidingo cemetery. George Fant, George Frederick Michael Fant, born 11 July 1916 in Stockholm , died there 21 February 1998 , was a Swedish actor , director and theater managers. Fant studied theater for Julia Håkansson and was in the 1930s and 1940s by a Swedish film's most sought after actor.  He was engaged by the SF 1937-1942, Sandrew Group from 1943 to 1948, Vasa Theatre , Oscar Theatre , and the National Theatre during different periods in 1937 -1952 and Upsala City Theatre 1952-1953.He was artistic director of the popular movements broadcasters 1953-1957, rector of the National theater school in Malmö 1964-1967, head of Norrbottensteatern in Lulea 1967-1972, Rector of the Theatre Academy in Stockholm 1975-1979 and theater for Bohusläns theater from 1990 to 1992.
Fant was in its time a big girl idol, called the girls Fant. He is buried in North Cemetery in Solna , Stockholm County . Karl Erik "Bullen" Berglund, born 30 June 1887 in Stockholm , died there 27 april 1963 ,  was a Swedish actor , director and food writer. He was also active as a revue artist and kuplettsångare .  Berglund stage debut in 1907 and he was linked to Albert Ranft's theaters Östermalm Theatre and the Southern Theater in Stockholm . 1910-1912 he toured the provinces , and was then 1912-1913 employed at the People's House theater in Stockholm. In 1913 he was engaged by Axel Engdahl to operate at Folkteatern , where he was to appear as revue and kuplettsångare until 1920. He then returned to Stockholm and was 1922-1923 and 1927-29 employee at Blanche Theatre , 1923-1925 at Vasateatern , 1925-27 at Blanche- and comedy theaters, and was in 1929 employed at the Oscar Theatre .Among his roles, in addition to his most famous lustpelsroller, include Lucky-Per in Lucky Per trip , d'Artagnan in The Three Musketeers , Lindqvist of Easter , and the first grave digger in Hamlet . He made her film debut in 1911 , and arrived in time to participate in more than one hundred films. He joined later by AB Swedish Film Industry as a director of short films.people, men, soldiers, standing, talking, 1939,
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