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-Søren Holm bliver præst i den lille by Harslev. Sognerådsformanden fru Andersen blander sig i præstefamiliens privatliv, og da Søren, for at komme i tale med byens mandlige ungdom, spiller med i en fodboldkamp, bliver fru Andersen gal. Halvdelen af sognet vender Søren ryggen. Men Søren gør et godt arbejde for ungdommen og efterhånden bliver han med degnens mellemkomst både accepteret af sognerådet og af byens ungdom.

  1. Alice O'Fredericks

    Director

  2. Jens Locher

    Novel

  3. Grete Frische

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jørgen Reenberg

    Jørgen Reenberg

    Søren Holm, præst

  2. Grethe Thordahl

    Grethe Thordahl

    Inger Dahl

  3. Ib Schønberg

    Ib Schønberg

    Direktør Jacob Dahl

  4. Peter Malberg

    Peter Malberg

    Degnen Ottesen

  5. Helga Frier

    Helga Frier

    Fru Dahl

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Fodboldpræsten

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Status Released

Release Information

  • September 24, 1951
    A
    Theatrical

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    Suitable for a general audience.

Original Language Danish

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