|Rozina, the Love Child|
|Directed by||Otakar Vávra|
|Written by|| Václav Rezác |
Rozina, the Love Child (Czech : Rozina sebranec) is a 1945 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Otakar Vávra. The film starred Marie Glázrová. [ dead link ]
Zdeněk Štěpánek was a Czech actor. He appeared in 65 films between 1922 and 1968.
Poslední muž is a 1934 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Martin Frič and starring Hugo Haas.
Eduard Haken was a Czech operatic bass who had a lengthy career at the National Theatre in Prague during the 20th century. Although he mostly performed within his own nation, Haken did appear at a number of important international music festivals and opera houses in Europe while traveling with the National Theatre. He was also active as a concert soloist and recitalist.
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.
Lola Skrbková, real name Aloisie Skrbková was a Czech actress. She starred in the 1969/1970 film Witchhammer under director Otakar Vávra. She also worked on several films with the influential Devětsil artist Emil František Burian, who directed her in his 1939 adaptation of a Božena Benešová novel, Věra Lukášová.
The Organist at St. Vitus' Cathedral is a 1929 silent Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič. The movie was shot at Kavalírka film studio. Exterior scenes were shot on location at Prague Castle. Frič was inspired by Billy Bitzer's The Love Flower. In the middle of production producer Vladimír Stránský went bankrupt and commited suicide. The film was well received by contemporary critics. Some of them put it "among the best Czech movies yet".
Lidé na kře is a 1937 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič.
Zdeňka Baldová, born as Zdeňka Balašová, married Hilarová was a Czech film actress. She appeared in more than 60 films between 1921 and 1958.
Ladislav Boháč was a Czechoslovak film actor. He appeared in more than 45 films between 1933 and 1977.
Gustav Hilmar, real name Gustav Černý was a Czech film actor. He appeared in 46 films between 1927 and 1964.
The Respectable Ladies of Pardubice is a 1944 Czech historical comedy film directed by Martin Frič.
Bhai Amar Bhai (1996) is a Bengali film, directed by Swapan Saha and produced by Shree Venkatesh Films, under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films. The film features actors Prosenjit Chatterjee, Chiranjit Chakraborty, Abhishek Chatterjee, Anushree Das, Subhendu Chatterjee and Rozina in the lead roles. The music of the film has been composed by Anupam Dutta.
Svět kde se žebrá is a 1938 Czechoslovak comedy film, directed by Miroslav Cikán. It stars Hugo Haas, Marie Glázrová, and Ladislav Boháč.
V pokušení is a 1939 Czechoslovak romance film, directed by Miroslav Cikán. It stars Jiří Dohnal, Ladislav Boháč and Marie Glázrová.
Pelikán má alibi is a 1940 Czechoslovak criminal comedy film, directed by Miroslav Cikán. It stars Miroslav Homola, Marie Glázrová, Jaroslav Marvan.
The Avalanche is a 1946 Czechoslovak crime film, directed by Miroslav Cikán. It stars Otomar Korbelář, Marie Glázrová, Helena Bušová.
František Kreuzmann was a Czech actor. He appeared in more than 100 films between 1927 and 1960.
The Merry Wives is a 1938 Czechoslovak historical comedy film directed by Otakar Vávra.
Okouzlená (Enchanted) is a 1942 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Otakar Vávra.
Gabriela is a 1942 Czech drama film directed by Miroslav Josef Krnanský and starring Marie Glázrová, Karel Höger and Vladimír Leraus.
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