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Erotikon is a 1920 Swedish romantic comedy film directed by Mauritz Stiller, starring Tora Teje, Karin Molander, Anders de Wahl and Lars Hanson. It is based on the 1917 play A kék róka by Ferenc Herczeg. The story revolves around an entomology professor obsessed with the sexual life of bugs, and his easygoing wife who is courted by two suitors.

Cast

  • Anders de Wahl as Leo Charpentier
  • Tora Teje as Irene
  • Karin Molander as Marthe
  • Elin Lagergren as Irene's mother
  • Lars Hanson as Preben Wells
  • Vilhelm Bryde as baron Felix
  • Bell Hedqvist as the baron's female friend
  • Torsten Hammarén as Sidonius
  • Vilhelm Berndtson as Jean

Release

The film premiered in Sweden on 8 November 1920.

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