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Helena Kara was born on August 16, 1916 in Salo, Finland as Aini Helena Dahl. She was an actress, known for Valkoiset ruusut (1943), Countess for a Night (1945) and Rosvo Roope (1949). She was married to Hannu Leminen. She died on February 26, 2002 in Helsinki, Finland.
Siiri Angerkoski oli Suomi-komedian naisikoni. Siiri Angerkoski was born on August 21, 1902 in Oulu, Finland as Siiri Saimi Palmu. She was an actress, known for Aliisa (1970), Niin se on, poijaat! (1942) and Pekka ja Pätkä neekereinä (1960). She was married to Kaarlo Angerkoski. She died on March 28, 1971 in Helsinki. Siiri was exceptionally quick talker. She was the first choice actress for decades to portray strong women
Reino Helismaa was born on July 12, 1913 in Helsinki, Finland as Reino Vihtori Helismaa. He died on January 21, 1965 in Helsinki. Helismaa was very productive: during his career he wrote hundreds of song lyrics, over 30 radio plays, a dozen stage plays and revues, some novels and scripts for comic books. He began as a writer in the thirties, when he wrote dozens of short thriller stories for magazine "Seikkailujen maailma" (The World of Adventures). IMDb
Reino Helismaa - Meksikon pikajuna (osat 1 ja 2) Helismaa was called "Shakespeare of the SF" in the fifties when he wrote most of his screenplays. Finnish feature "Kulkuri ja joutsen" (The Vagabond and the Swan) is partly based on his life. A documentary about Helismaa, "Repe", was directed by Peter von Bagh in 1979. IMDb
Tauno Valdemar Palo (25 October 1908 in Hämeenlinna – 24 May 1982 in Helsinki) was a Finnish actor and singer in what some consider the golden age of Finnish cinema. the greatest and the best actor of Finnish cinema. His most famous roles were perhaps in Kulkurin Valssi ("Vagabond's Waltz"), and Vaimoke ("Wifeling"). He appeared with actress/singer Birgit Kronström in the 1941 romantic comedy "Onnellinen ministeri" ("Happy Minister"), which included the famous song "Katupoikien Laulu" Wikipedia