|Directed by||Miroslav Josef Krnanský|
|Written by||Miroslav Josef Krnanský |
|Starring||Marie Glázrová |
|Music by|| Jaroslav Křička |
|Edited by||Marie Bourová|
|13 February 1942|
Gabriela is a 1942 Czech drama film directed by Miroslav Josef Krnanský and starring Marie Glázrová, Karel Höger and Vladimír Leraus.
It was made in Prague during the German occupation of Czechoslovakia. The film's sets were designed by the art director Alois Mecera.
The Manifesto of Czech writers was the first public declaration in favour of the self-determination of the Czech nation during the First World War. It was published in May 1917. The declaration was directed at the Czech deputies at the Imperial Council in Vienna, the Parliament of the Austrian parts of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Station Master is a 1941 Czech language film, starring the then star comedian Vlasta Burian. It has a running time of 88 minutes and was directed by Jan Sviták.
Poslední muž is a 1934 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Martin Frič and starring Hugo Haas.
Naši furianti is a Czech play based on a story by Ladislav Stroupežnický, performed for the first time in 1887. In 1937 a film adaptation was made, directed by Vladislav Vančura.
Hordubalové is a Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič. It was released in 1937. It was based on the novel Hordubal by Karel Čapek.
Turbina is a 1941 Czech historical drama film directed by Otakar Vávra and starring František Smolík, Lída Baarová and Vlasta Matulová. It is based on a novel by Karel Matěj Čapek-Chod.
May Events is a Czech comedy film directed by Václav Berdych and Martin Frič. It was released in 1951.
Father Vojtech is a 1936 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič.
Second Tour is a 1939 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič.
Guard 13 is a 1946 Czech crime film directed by Martin Frič.
The Milan Rastislav Stefanik Order is an award given "to recognize eminent contributions to the defence and security of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic". It was bestowed by the President of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic. The award is named after Milan Rastislav Stefanik.
A Dead Man Among the Living 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. Following an armed robbery at his office, a postal worker suffers a crisis of conscience.
The National Labour Party was one of two identically named parties in Czechoslovakia. It was founded on 11 December 1938 as a merger of the Czechoslovak Social Democratic Party with the left wing of the Czechoslovak National Social Party. The purpose of the party was to unify the non-communist left and, within the framework of the Second Czechoslovak Republic, to function as a democratic opposition against the authoritarian tendencies of the Party of National Unity, which constituted the government. An identically named party had previously existed in Czechoslovakia from 1925 to 1930.
I Dutifully Report is a 1958 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Karel Steklý. It is the sequel to The Good Soldier Schweik.
The Poacher from Egerland is a 1934 Austrian-Czech drama film directed by Walter Kolm-Veltée and Vladimír Majer and starring Oskar Marion, Frantisek Slégr and Markéta Krausová.
Delightful Story is a 1936 Czech operetta film directed by Vladimír Slavínský and starring Věra Ferbasová, Zita Kabátová and Frantisek Kristof-Veselý.
Ladies in Waiting is a 1940 Czech romantic comedy film directed by Vladimír Borský and starring Zorka Janů, Meda Valentová and Anna Letenská.
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