The Dangerous Game (1942 film)
|The Dangerous Game|
|Directed by||Tancred Ibsen|
|Written by||Alex Brinchmann (play)
The Dangerous Game (Norwegian:Den farlige liken) is a 1942 Norwegian comedy film directed by Tancred Ibsen, starring Lauritz Falk, Nanna Stenersen and Per Aabel. The film is based on Alex Brinchmann's successful stage comedy "Karusell" ("Merry-go-round"). The sociable Jean Blom (Falk) feels held back by his boring wife (Stenersen). He gives her an injection to make her more lively, but the plan fails.
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