Operetta singer Adolf Berg will be called up for military duty just as he gets assigned a major role in an operetta. On the train he meets Ulla Wern and complications occur.
Wholesale dealer Pettersson winds up in the army by mistake.
Paradiset is a boarding house in the archipelago of Stockholm, run by the strict Elvira Pettersson, and with a large variety of guests. Her maid Lotta quits her job but when she leaves she accidentally forgets to turn off the iron. However, her brother Julle sneaks back one night to turn it off. When he is discovered, he tries to make them believe that he is the great Argentine opera singer Don Carlos they have been waiting for
Adolph Turesson is a mild-mannered, meek college professor whose faint-heart isn’t impressing the fair-lady he secretly loves, the golden-haired Britta Larsson. Attending a lecture, he witnesses the attention paid to his lady-love by other faculty members, and falls to sleep. He dreams of the olden days and the knights, and the comely ladies of the court over whom they fought. His dream also gives all the cast the change to play a second role. Upon awakening, he proposes to Britta.
Spoiled upperclass girl Marianne speeds through a small village and crashes her sportscar into the house of the local vicar. Opposites attract but what will the locals think?
New explosives will be demonstrated for the military authorities, but some shady characters looking to steal it to sell it to a foreign power.
Swedish comedy from 1940. Carnival director Knut Lindberg has ended up in the hands of the usurer Director Aronsson and his shady practices trying to take over Lindberg’s funfair. But the two new colleagues, Kalle and Nisse, does everything to stop him.
Two friends, a rich landowner and a flight lieutenant, compete for the love of the same woman, singer Claire Wanner.
Two movie actors are conscripted; at the regiments spies are trying to get hold of secret documents.