Anno 1790 (2011)
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De dödas röster 

Dåådh visit his old professor in Uppsala when one of the students is murdered.

Director:

Rickard Petrelius

Writer:

Jonas Frykberg
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Eggers ... Johan Gustav Dåådh
Joel Spira ... Simon Freund
Linda Zilliacus ... Magdalena Wahlstedt
Johan H:son Kjellgren ... Carl Fredrik Wahlstedt
Richard Turpin Richard Turpin ... Nordin
Filip Berg ... Moritz Dahlgren
Ida Engvoll ... Hedvig Fälth
Philip Hughes Philip Hughes ... Henry Monroe
Sten Ljunggren ... Doktor Holmberg
Adam Lundgren ... Leopold Frid
Philip Panov ... Pontus
Irma von Platen Irma von Platen ... Jungfru Johanna
Noel Sandell Noel Sandell ... Carl August Wahlstedt
Oscar Skagerberg ... Carl Peter Thorén (as Oskar Skagerberg)
Sven-Bertil Taube ... Professor Medelheim
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Storyline

Daadh is invited up to Uppsala by his old professor, who needs his help to find out who poisoned one of his students. Daadh involves himself in the case and quickly realises that his own life is in danger. Someone clearly doesn't like him snooping around. Meanwhile, subversive events take place at the home of chief constable back in Stockholm that will affect Daadh's future. And furthermore, his old enemy Marta Raxelius has decided to put her planned revenge into action but rather than striking at Daadh, the blow lands on someone else altogether. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | History

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

19 December 2011 (Sweden) See more »

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Trivia

Joel Spira (Simon Freund) & Linda Zilliacus (Magdalena Wahlstedt) also worked together on Thicker Than Water (2014) as Oskar Waldemar & Laura Nord respectively. See more »

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Set in 1790, Uppsala university did not admit female students until 1872. See more »

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