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The Swedish Nightingale (film)

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The Swedish Nightingale
The Swedish Nightingale (film).jpg
Directed byPeter Paul Brauer
Written by
Produced byErnst Günter Techow
Starring
CinematographyEwald Daub
Edited byAlice Ludwig
Music byFranz Grothe
Production
company
Distributed byTerra Film
Release date
  • 9 April 1941 (1941-04-09)
Running time
97 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

The Swedish Nightingale (German: Die schwedische Nachtigall) is a 1941 German musical film directed by Peter Paul Brauer and starring Ilse Werner (singing sequences with Erna Berger's voice), Karl Ludwig Diehl, and Joachim Gottschalk.[1] The film is based on a play by Friedrich Forster-Burggraf set in nineteenth century Copenhagen. It portrays a romance between the writer Hans Christian Andersen and the opera singer Jenny Lind, the "Swedish Nightingale" of the title.

It was shot at the Terra Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Heinrich Weidemann. Made on a budget of around one and half million Reichsmarks, it was a major commercial success on its release across Europe.

At the time when the film was made, Germany was keeping Denmark under military occupation but attempting a relatively conciliatory attitude towards the occupied Danes. Germany was also making an effort to keep good relations with the neutral Sweden. The theme of the film – made at a time when Joseph Goebbels' Propaganda Ministry kept tight control of the German film industry – fit well with these policy aims.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Hake p. 215

Bibliography

  • Hake, Sabine (2001). Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. Austin: University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-73458-6.

External links

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