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Doktor ludosti
Directed by Fadil Hadzic
Produced by Jozo Patljak
Written byFadil Hadzic
Starring Igor Mesin
CinematographySlobodan Trninic
Edited byDubravko Slunjski
Release date
2003
CountryCroatia
LanguageCroatian

Doktor ludosti is a Croatian comedy film directed by Fadil Hadzic. It was released in 2003.

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