A Dead Man Among the Living

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A Dead Man Among the Living
Directed by Bořivoj Zeman
Written by Elmar Klos
Borivoj Zeman
Based on To levende og en død
by Sigurd Christiansen
Starring Karel Höger
Eduard Dubský
Vjaceslav Irmanov
Zdenka Procházková
Music by Jirí Šust
Cinematography Petr Rovný
Edited by Josef Dobřichovský
Release date
1949
CountryCzechoslovakia
Language Czech

A Dead Man Among the Living (Czech: Mrtvý mezi živými) is a 1949 Czech thriller film directed by Bořivoj Zeman and starring Karel Höger, Eduard Dubský and Vjaceslav Irmanov. The film is based on the 1931 novel To levende og en død by the Norwegian writer Sigurd Christiansen. [1] Following an armed robbery at his office, a postal worker suffers a crisis of conscience.

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  1. Soila, Söderbergh-Widding, Iverson p.106

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