Morality Above All Else

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Morality Above All Else
Directed by Martin Frič
Written byMartin Frič
Hugo Haas
Otakar Vávra
StarringHugo Haas
CinematographyFerdinand Pečenka
Edited byJan Kohout
Release date
  • 1937 (1937)
Running time
75 minutes

Morality Above All Else (Czech : Mravnost nade vše) is a Czech comedy film directed by Martin Frič. [1] It was released in 1937.



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  1. "Mravnost nade vše". Retrieved 2011-01-28.