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Kalle Aaltosen morsian
The S/S Vellamo heads to Alexandria with Kaarina, the daughter of the ship's owner Hallerman, on board. As Kaarina trades places with the family's housekeeper Marja, first mate Yrjö takes a liking to ...
Pikku pelimannista viulun kuninkaaksi
Directed by Toivo Särkä, the music-filled drama Little Gymph to the King of the Violin (1949) tells the story of Olavi (Heimo Haitto), who, after arriving at an orphanage, sets out in search of his mo...
I Was a Poke's Wife
While living separated, Mr Kaski finds out that her wife has written a book about their marriage. And the book is not very flattering in tone towards Mr Kaski and his abilities as a man.
Pete and Runt as Park Nannies
Justina urges Pete and Runt to get a job. As a result they meet an orphan boy named Otto while working as a park nannies. They offer to shelter the boy, but at the same time the father Antti, who has ...
A romantic comedy about a writer coming back to Finland is bored with the High Society life and starts a modeling job for a young and beautiful painter Ilona. Dressed as a vagabond, he soon starts to...
Brightening Tone (1946) is a music film with comedic tones, directed by Edvin Laine and written by Olavi Vesistö, composed by Heikki Aaltoila. The film tells the story of the life of Eero Merjanen (Ka...
St.Petersburg, 1830. An arrogant Finnish baron is playing cards with a Russian officer. Needless to say, the Finn wins and the Russian gets extremely annoyed. The situation is not helped by the fact t...
Dr. Um Körperfunktion und Überleben im Weltraum zu untersuchen, hat die Internationale Wissenschaftskonferenz einen Hund beauftragt, in einem Startprojekt eingesetzt zu werden. Wolf wurde als Welpe im...
Ein Dreiecksdrama. Nach einem Wochenende des Tanzens und Campens auf einer Erholungsinsel in der Nähe der Stadt entscheidet sich ein junger Fabrikarbeiter für einen Tag zu bleiben und Arbeit zu schnei...
The Waltz of an Orphan (1949) is a biographical film J directed and staged by Ville Salminen.. From Alfred Tanner (Sakari Halonen) and his path through the career of a failed builder to a highly succe...
Directed by Ville Salminen and written by Lauri Yrjänä or author Toivo Kauppinen, The Poor Singer (1950) is a romantic comedy with music.. Sisters Irma (Sirkka Sipilä) and Airi Ranta's (Sirkka Hirvone...