Georg Løkkeberg is a 112 years old other from Fredrikstad, Østfold, Norway. Georg is most well known for acting, and has 19 known credits, of which 19 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Georg Løkkeberg’s movies you should definitely watch Autumn Sonata (1978), as with 8.8 it is the highest rated movie Georg has worked on!
The best rated movie Georg Løkkeberg has been a part of is the drama movie Autumn Sonata, where they had the role of Leonardo. It has a rating on Friendspire of 8.8 and 8.1 on IMDb.
The Master and His Servants has a rating on 6.5 on IMDb . Georg Løkkeberg worked on this drama movie as Arvid Tornkvist, dr. theol.
In Caged Women Georg Løkkeberg was worked as Toast the Knowing. This drama movie has a rating on 4.5 on IMDb.
This romance, drama movie has a rating on 5.1 on IMDb. In Sangen om Rondane Georg Løkkeberg had the role of Knut, en gjetergutt.
Georg Løkkeberg was a part of the movie Gentleman att hyra as Gunnar Ståhle. This comedy movie has a rating 5.1 on IMDb.
Georg Løkkeberg’s birthday is on 20 November 1909.
Georg Løkkeberg was born in Fredrikstad, Østfold, Norway.
Georg Løkkeberg is most known for acting. Georg has worked on 19 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Autumn Sonata, which has a score of 8.8.
1978 . Drama . 1h 33m
As Leonardo. After a seven-year absence, Charlotte Andergast travels to Sweden to reunite with her daughter Eva. The pair have a troubled relationship: Charlotte sacrificed the responsibilities of motherhood for a career as a classical pianist. Over an emotional night, the pair reopen the wounds of the past. Charlotte gets another shock when she finds out that her mentally impaired daughter, Helena, is out of the asylum and living with Eva.
1959 . Drama . 1h 23m
As Arvid Tornkvist, dr. theol. The Master and His Servants (Norwegian: Herren og hans tjenere) is a 1959 Norwegian drama film directed by Arne Skouen. The film is based on a 1955 play by Axel Kielland, who also plays a minor character in the film. The play and the film is based on a true story from Sweden. The Master and his Servants was entered into the 9th Berlin International Film Festival.
1952 . Drama . 1h 29m
As Tryggve Krook. An apartment building with apartments for single women is the setting for Faustman's drama about a group of women struggling with life and love, in particular with Eva, mistress to a man whose wife Anna also lives in the building.
1940 . Comedy . 1h 35m
As Gunnar Ståhle. Two friends, a rich landowner and a flight lieutenant, compete for the love of the same woman, singer Claire Wanner.
1969 . Drama . 1h 40m
Executive producer. In Norway in the 1600s, An-Magritt is born as the result of a rape.
1939 . Drama . 1h 50m
As Arthur Bloomfield. Emelie Högqvist is an actress at the Royal Theatre who gets involved in an intimate relationship with the Crown Prince Oscar.
1961 . Comedy . 1h 23m
As John Miller. A surveillance radar is to be placed at the Norwegian coastline. Three soldiers volunteer to guard it, but only so that they can have a party afterwards.
1968 . Drama . 1h 21m
As William Klement. The Market of the Unknowns is a burlesque and socially critical tale of a flea market in Oslo, which is organized for the benefit of slum dwellers in Lima. Based a on novel by Åge Rønning.
1977 . Drama . 1h 25m
Executive producer. Dagny Juell was the doctors daughter who left Kongsvinger for Berlin to study music, and became famous painter Edvard Munchs mistress and model. Than she ran into August Strindberg. They had a brief affair but after a couple of weeks Dagny left him for Stanisław Przybyszewski.
1978 . Documentary . 3h 26m
As Himself. On-set documentary of the making of Ingmar Bergman's 1977 film Autumn Sonata starring Ingrid Bergman and Liv Ullman, examining every aspect of the production. Unusual for this kind of documentary, there is no post-production commentary or interviews.
1939 . Drama . 1h 37m
As Christian Thygesen. A Swedish drama from 1939 about the social and political developments in Sweden from 1885 until the dissolution of the union in 1905. The year is 1885, Christina Nilsson sings "Fourteen years I believe certain that I was" in the Grand Hotel's Great Hall . She also sings from the balcony of the hotel and the panic arising among listeners outside the hotel. In Norway, talks about the dissolution of the Union and the Swedish socialists with Hjalmar Branting (Victor Sjöström) is in the lead for independence.
1939 . Drama . 1h 20m
As Lieutenant. The Whalers (original title: Valfangare) is a filmed record of the final whaling expedition in the Arctic before the outbreak of WW2. Only partly a documentary, the film is able to accommodate a dramatic throughline, concerning the redemption of wastrelly millionaire's son Allan Blom (Allan Bohlin). Pressed into service on the expedition, Allan shows he's a true son of Scandanavia through his courageous actions on the high seas, and even wins the hand of heroine Sonja (Tutta Rolf) in the bargain. While the whaling scenes are both exciting and exhillarating, the sequence in which a whale carcass is stripped and gutted may not appeal to everyone in the audience. Originally filmed in 1939 in Swedish and Norwegian, The Whalers was helpfully fitted out with English subtitles for its 1942 American run.
1940 . Comedy, Drama . 1h 37m
As Arne Ranck. Kristina and Sture is married and has a little baby boy, Olle. Sture is an architect and while he is struggling with his business, his wife Kristina gets lonesome and starts to get take an interest in Sture's Norwegian architect colleague, Arne Ranck.
1934 . Drama . 1h 43m
As Erik. "Sinners in the Sun" - Eight young people decide to detach themselves from all moral prejudices in their love life. They travel to an idyllic island in the archipelago. A paradise is founded, based on a thesis that the great love is no more. Eroticism is their choice. The friends is strongly influenced by the ideas of Sigmund Freud.