|The Adventurous Bachelor|
|Directed by||Otakar Vávra|
|Written by|| Zdeněk Štěpánek |
The Adventurous Bachelor (Czech : Nezbedný bakalář) is a 1946 Czech comedy film directed by Otakar Vávra. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.
Otakar Vávra was a Czech film director, screenwriter and pedagogue. He was born in Hradec Králové, Austria-Hungary, now part of the Czech Republic.
The Academy of Performing Arts in Prague is a university in the centre of Prague, Czech Republic, specialising in the study of music, dance, drama, film, television and multi-media. It is the largest art school in the Czech Republic, with more than 350 educators and researchers, and 1500 students.
The Cassandra Cat, also released under the titles When the Cat Comes, The Cat Who Wore Sunglasses and/or That Cat, is a 1963 Czechoslovak film directed by Vojtěch Jasný.
Up and Down is a 2004 Czech comedy film directed by Jan Hřebejk. The film first premiered in France at the Cannes Film Market on May 19, 2004.
The 1st annual Cannes Film Festival was held from 20 September to 5 October 1946. Twenty-one countries presented their films at the "First Cannes International Film Festival", which took place at the former Casino of Cannes. Only one year after the end of World War II, most of the films were about the war. There arose several technical issues, such as the tarpauline cover blowing away in a storm on the day before the winners were to be announced, the reels of Hitchcock’s Notorious shown in reverse order, and George Sydney’s The Three Musketeers projected upside-down.
Men Without Wings is a 1946 Czech drama film directed by František Čáp. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival, where it was one of the winners of the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film, later known as the Palme d'Or.
František Čáp, also known as Franz Cap in Germany, was a Czech and Yugoslav film director and screenwriter. He directed 32 films between 1939 and 1970. Having created Slovene film classics such as Vesna, Ne čakaj na maj and Our Car, he is also one of the most popular directors of early Slovene cinema in 1950s and the 1960s.
The Trap is a 1950 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.
Komedianti is a 1954 Czech film directed by Vladimír Vlček. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.
Dog's Heads is a 1955 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič, based on the novel of the same name by Alois Jirásek. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.
Desire is a 1958 Czechoslovak film directed by Vojtěch Jasný. It was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.
Capricious Summer is a 1968 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel. It is based on the novel Rozmarné léto by the Czech writer Vladislav Vančura. It was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France.
Oil Lamps is a 1971 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Juraj Herz. It competed in the 1972 Cannes Film Festival. It is based on a novel by Jaroslav Havlíček.
Journey into the Depth of the Student's Soul is a Czech comedy film directed by Martin Frič. It was released in 1939.
Spring Song is a 1944 Czechoslovak film. The film starred Josef Kemr.
Čapek's Tales is a 1947 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič, based on 5 short detective stories by Karel Čapek. It was nominated for the Grand International Award at the Venice Film Festival, 1947.
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