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Mac Ahlberg was a Swedish film director and cinematographer. The first feature Ahlberg directed was the Danish erotic classic I a Woman which went on to international success, especially in the United States. He quickly became identified with erotic fare, directing two sequels to I, a Woman as well as a Swedish version of Fanny Hill, starring Diana Kjær and Oscar Ljung. During the 1970s, he developed a conspicuous collaboration with actress Marie Forså. Ahlberg moved to the United States in the late 1970s and worked mostly as a cinematographer on American productions; he was frequently hired by producer Charles Band. Ahlberg died on 26 October 2012
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Born 1931-06-12 (91 years ago) in Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden. Dead 2012-10-26 (81 years).
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