|A Charming Man|
|Directed by||Martin Frič|
|Written by||Karel Steklý|
|Edited by||Jan Kohout|
|Country||Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia|
A Charming Man (Czech : Roztomilý člověk) is a Czech comedy film directed by Martin Frič. It was released in 1941.
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