Ossi Elstelä (18 May 1902 – 10 April 1969) was a Finnish actor and film director.
Ossi Elstelä died in Helsinki, Finland, in 1969, and was buried in the Malmi Cemetery of that city, in tomb 66-6-164.He had been married to actress Irja Lautia (Irja Elisabeth Lautiainen) since 1926. They were children of the marriage director Esko Elstelä (1931–2007) and actress Riitta Elstelä (born 1940) and Kristiina Elstelä (1943–2016).
Movies & TV shows
The reindeer herder has only one daughter, Laila. Laila and Hans had warm feelings for each other during his convalescence. After the war, Hans returns to Lapland as a photographer and tries to lure L...
The Smuggler's Song
Customs officer Tapio goes undercover to reveal a smuggling ring, which operates within an entrainment troupe. While doing his detective work, he also gets to know the beautiful dancer Leila.
Directed by Ossi Elstelä and written by Topias or Toivo Kauppinen, the Serenade Lieutenant (1949) is a musical-filled military farce.. The music for the film was composed by Toivo Kärki and lyrics by ...
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...
The Woman Is the Trump
A famous operette star Kirsti Kalpa escapes her busy and selfish fiance and hides as maid to house of 3 bachelors ( professor, composer and butler) , who basically hate women.
Story about young adults in 40's
Katariina ja Munkkiniemen kreivi
Wager is Count Mauritz Armborg, the young master of the estate. Linnanheimo plays Katariina (Catherine) the nanny to Mauritz's nieces and nephews. The two fall in love and decide to escape to Italy vi...
Tauno Palo plays an artist who bases a painting for a revealing lingerie ad on a photo of a girl he had found torn from a magazine, not knowing that the girl is in fact the daughter of the Finnish min...
After many years away a woman returns to her hometown in Lapland with her husband. There she falls in love with a handsome forester.
February Manifesto was Yrjö Norta's and Toivo Särkkä's Finnish movie from 1939. It is a Finnish historical drama about developing independency based on book of the writer Mika Waltari. Movie Starring ...
The Substitute Husband
Irmeli wants a certain job as a secretary but finds out that she would have to be married in order to get the vacancy. She lies that she has recently married and then gets a stranger from a nearby res...
The romantic musical comedy Kaikki rakastavat is a key work in Finnish film history since it was the first feature film of Valentin Vaala as the house director of Suomi-Filmi and the film which launch...