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Victor Sjostrom, Alf Kjellin and Ivar Kage in a scene from the film John Ericsson - segraren vid Hampton Roads (John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads), 1937.

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Victor Sjostrom, Alf Kjellin and Ivar Kage in a scene from the film John Ericsson - segraren vid Hampton Roads (John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads), 1937.
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Victor Sjostrom, Alf Kjellin and Ivar Kage in a scene from the film John Ericsson - segraren vid Hampton Roads (John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads), 1937.
Victor Sjostrom, Alf Kjellin and Ivar Kage in a scene from the film John Ericsson - segraren vid Hampton Roads (John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads), 1937.
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Victor Sjostrom, Alf Kjellin and Ivar Kage in a scene from the film John Ericsson - segraren vid Hampton Roads (John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads), 1937. John Ericsson - winner of Hampton Roads is a Swedish drama film from 1937 , directed by Gustaf Edgren . The film is about the Swedish inventor John Ericsson and his struggle to get his ship Monitor adopted by the Northern States Navy. Northern States to block the Hampton Roads to prevent Confederate cotton exports to Europe. You start building block breaker Merrimac . John Ericsson father to Washington to plead for the Monitor, the only thing that can stop the Merrimac. Eventually sign Abraham Lincoln a contract September 20, 1861, where John Ericsson receives an order for its new ship. The film was produced as part of the Delaware Tercentenary . Jussi studs Helge Mauritz in driving the Ah Värmeland you beautiful David Victor Sjostrom, born 20 september 1879 in Högerud in Silbodals parish in Varmland , [1] Death 3 January 1960 in Hedvig Eleonora parish in Stockholm , was a Swedish film director and actor. He came together with Mauritz Stiller to become the Swedish silent film leading figure. Among his many famous films include Selma Lagerlof -filmatiseringarna Ingmarssons ( 1919 ) and The Phantom Carriage ( 1921 ). Sjostrom worked 1923 - 1930 as a director in Hollywood , at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios, after which commitments were primarily as an actor. As an actor, he is now perhaps especially famous for his very last film role, the one that the aged Dr. Isak Borg in Ingmar Bergman's Wild Strawberries ( 1957 ). Alf Kjellin (28 February 1920 – 5 April 1988) was a Swedish film actor and director, who also appeared on some television shows.[1] Kjellin was well established as a film actor when he occasionally took on roles in television shows. For example, in 1965 he prominently guest-starred as Stalag Luft Kommandant Colonel Max Richter in the two-part episode "P.O.W." (Episodes 30 and 31) of Twelve O'Clock High. He also directed the 1974 Columbo episodes Negative Reaction and Mind Over Mayhem and an episode of the 1976 series Sara. Kjellin was born in Lund, Sweden and died in Los Angeles, California of a heart attack. In America he used the stage name Christopher Kent. Nils Ivar Kage, originally Nilsson, born 21 February 1882 in Stockholm , where death 2 april 1951 , [1] was a Swedish actor and director . He was the brother of artist Wilhelm Kage . [2] Kage studied at the Royal Dramatic Theatre School 1902-1905 and was engaged at the Royal Dramatic Theatre after graduation. 1905-1906 he was employed at the Great Theatre, Gothenburg and 1906-1913 at the Swedish Theatre in Stockholm . [2] He was a period dedicated to the theater director Albert Ranft but returned to the Royal Dramatic Theatre in 1912 and stayed there until 1943 . He made ​​her film debut in 1912 in Victor Sjöström's short film The gardener and came to be involved in some 60 films. He was married the first time 1905-1922 Sigrid Hellberg, the second time with actor 1922-1927 Svea Kristina Frisch and the third time in 1927 with the screenplay writer Ulla Kage . He was the father of the singer Lars Kage and actor Bodil Kage . people, men, standing, together, talking, looking, smiling, anger, communication, listening, map, table, 1937

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