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  • Gustaf Molander - Wikipedia

    Gustaf Harald August Molander (18 November 1888 – 19 June 1973) was a Swedish actor and film director. His parents were director Harald Molander, Sr. (1858–1900 ...

  • Gustaf Molander - IMDb

    Gustaf Molander, Director: Intermezzo. He attended the Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school 1907-1909 and went on to become an actor at the same theatre 1913-1926.

  • Gustaf Molander | Professional Profile

    View the profile for Gustaf Molander, Administrative Officer at Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth in Stockholm, Sweden, who attended Linköping University.

  • Gustaf Molander (1836 - 1912) - Genealogy -

    Genealogy for Gustaf Molander (1836 - 1912) family tree on Geni, with over 175 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  • Gustaf Molander - Wikidata

    This page was last edited on 12 July 2017, at 19:00. All structured data from the main and property namespace is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License ...

  • Gustaf Molander | Biography and Filmography | 1888

    Swedish filmmaker Gustaf Molander is best known outside his native country for Intermezzo (1936), a romantic outing that launched the international career of his ...

  • Intermezzo (1936 film) - Wikipedia

    Intermezzo is a 1936 Swedish drama film directed by Gustaf Molander about a concert violinist falling in love with his daughter's piano teacher. The cast includes ...

  • Karl Gustaf Molander (1778 - 1853) - Genealogy -

    Genealogy for Karl Gustaf Molander (1778 - 1853) family tree on Geni, with over 170 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  • Only One Night (1939) - IMDb

    Directed by Gustaf Molander. With Ingrid Bergman, Edvin Adolphson, Aino Taube, Olof Sandborg. Funfair worker Valdemar is unknowingly the illegitimate son of a rich ...

  • Intermezzo film review • Gustaf Molander • Senses of Cinema

    When Hollywood came calling to sign both Ingrid Bergman and Gustaf Molander for a remake of Intermezzo (1936), the actress and the director’s reluctance was ...

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