Though filmed after his first talkie Charlotte Lowenskold, Gustav Molander's Frida's Visor was released first in the U.S. The title translates as Frida's Songs, while the titular heroine is played by Molander protégée Elizabeth Frisk. Ake Brunander heads the cast as a grocery clerk who is so smitten by Frisk, the secretary of a city councilman, that he composes several love songs dedicated to her. The councilman's son, likewise in love with the heroine, employs less-romantic means to prove his ardor: in short, he steals, lies and cheats to win Frisk's heart. The wayward son is rescued by the grocery clerk, who as a reward wins Frisk as his bride. Curiously, none of the stars of Frida's Visor were billed on-screen in the prints made available in America.
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