Elof Ahrle was producer, director and star of the Swedish seriocomedy Sangen om Stockholm. The title translates as Song of Stockholm, and indeed several songs are sung in the course of the film's 92 minutes. The story concerns a band of itinerant musicians, headed by the ineluctable Ahrle. For additional box-office insurance, real-life bandleader Sune Waldimir, then one of Sweden's most popular attractions, appears as himself. Critics in 1947 were not altogether impressed by the film, though many nice things were said about Sune Waldimir's natural acting ability.
Add this movie to your queue to receive more information about
Sangen Om Stockholm and we will let you know when it becomes available.