|Arthur and Leontine|
|Directed by||Miroslav Josef Krnanský|
|Written by|| Ignát Herrmann (novel) |
Miroslav Josef Krnanský
|Starring|| Jiří Dohnal |
|Music by||Josef Stelibský|
|Edited by||Marie Bourová|
|16 August 1940|
|Country||Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia|
Arthur and Leontine (Czech: Artur a Leontýna) is a 1940 Czech comedy film directed by Miroslav Josef Krnanský and starring Jiří Dohnal, Lída Baarová and František Smolík.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Jan Zázvorka.
It was made during the German occupation of Czechoslovakia.
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