My Name Is Petersen - Cast

Cast

  • Poul Reichhardt - Løjtnant John Petersen
  • Helle Virkner - Aase Petersen
  • Gunnar Lauring - Dr. med. Jens Petersen
  • Asbjørn Andersen - Dr. med. Niels Henningsen
  • Valdemar Skjerning - Professor Svend Holdrup
  • Charles Tharnæs - Dr. med. Hans Wandrup
  • Per Buckhøj
  • Einar Juhl
  • Grete Bendix - Fru Henningsen
  • Ebba With - Sonja Mikkelsen
  • Helge Matzen - Hansen

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