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Carl Johan Hviid est un Acteur Danois né le 27 juin 1899

Carl Johan Hviid

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Nationalité Danemark
Naissance 27 juin 1899
Mort 21 octobre 1964 (à 65 ans)

Carl Johan Hviid (27 June 1899 – 21 October 1964) was a Danish film actor. He appeared in 29 films between 1938 and 1964.

He was born and died in Denmark.

Le plus souvent avec

John Olsen
John Olsen
(3 films)
Dirch Passer
Dirch Passer
(5 films)
Paul Hagen
Paul Hagen
(6 films)
Henry Nielsen
Henry Nielsen
(5 films)
Ove Sprogøe
Ove Sprogøe
(5 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Carl Johan Hviid (14 films)

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Gertrud
Gertrud (1964)
, 1h59
Réalisé par Carl Theodor Dreyer
Origine Danemark
Genres Drame, Romance
Thèmes Maladie, Sexualité, Théâtre, Folie, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Nina Pens Rode, Bendt Rothe, Ebbe Rode, Baard Owe, Axel Strøbye, Karl Gustav Ahlefeldt
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Gertrud, femme belle, ardente et éprise d'absolu, ex-diva, quitte son mari Gustav, avocat éminent, parce que leur relation ne lui convient plus (ils s'étaient mutuellement promis, avant leur mariage, de se séparer si leur amour ne convenait plus à l'un d'eux, ce qui est maintenant le cas pour Gertrud : la relation est devenue trop tiède à son gré) et parce qu'elle aime passionnément Erland Jansson, jeune et très talentueux compositeur.
Farlig ungdom, 1h49
Réalisé par Lau Lauritzen Jr.
Origine Danemark
Genres Drame, Policier
Acteurs Ib Mossin, Birgitte Price, Karl Stegger, Ebba Amfeldt, Carl Johan Hviid, Knud Schrøder
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Seventeen-year-old Egon (Ib Mossin), an apprentice mechanic in a small town near Copenhagen, naively falls into the company of criminals. When the thieves dare Egon to prove himself worthy of their company, Egon steals a doctor's bag from a parked car. Getting away easily, Egon becomes involved with crime. After brutally mugging a local butcher one evening, Egon and his buddies are arrested. Egon is sentenced to a home for juvenile delinquents. He meets the sympathetic Ruth (Anni Stangerup), who tries to encourage him to go straight, but finds she has little power to change him. When Egon is released from the juvenile home, he has lost his naivete and become a hardened criminal. He organizes a gang,proving himself a merciless leader, and says they will commit crimes "the right way." Egon surrounds himself with a group of the town's antisocial individuals: Manchester (Ole Wisborg) a drug addict and dealer, Johnny (Thomas Rasch) the spoiled doctor's son, the callous Karl (Per Lauesgaard), the weakling Ejnar (Klaus Nielsen), and the dimwitted but sweetly loyal Alice (Birgitte Bruun). Egon decides to burglarize a slaughterhouse. But his new girlfriend Tove (Kirsten Venner) betrays him to the police out of jealousy. The new band of criminals is arrested and sentenced to prison. Only Ejnar is able to break free of his criminal connections, and the community gives him a new chance.