|The Quartet That Split Up|
|Directed by||Gustaf Molander|
|Written by||Gösta Stevens |
|Based on||The Quartet That Split Up by Birger Sjöberg|
|Produced by||Helge Hagerman|
|Starring||Adolf Jahr |
|Edited by||Oscar Rosander|
|Music by||Jerry Högstedt |
|Distributed by||Svensk Filmindustri|
|26 December 1950|
The Quartet That Split Up (Swedish: Kvartetten som sprängdes) is a 1950 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Molander and starring Adolf Jahr, Anita Björk, Inga Landgré and Victor Sjöström. It is an adaptation of the 1924 novel of the same title by Birger Sjöberg, which had previously been made into a 1936 film. It was shot at the Råsunda Studios in Stockholm. The film's sets were designed by the art director Nils Svenwall.
The members of a string quartet in a small Swedish town decided to speculate on the stock market with unexpected results.