The Inspector General (1933 film)

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Revizor
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Directed by Martin Frič
Written by Nikolai Gogol (play)
Václav Menger
Starring Vlasta Burian
Jaroslav Marvan
Václav Trégl
Music by Jára Beneš
Cinematography Jan Stallich
Edited byMartin Frič
Production
company
Meissner Film Prague
Release date
  • 29 September 1933 (1933-09-29)
Running time
64 minutes
CountryCzechoslovakia
Language Czech

The Inspector General (Czech: Revizor) is a 1933 Czech historical comedy film directed by Martin Frič and starring Vlasta Burian, Jaroslav Marvan and Václav Trégl. [1] It is an adaptation of the 1836 play The Inspector General by Nikolai Gogol. [2] The director Martin Frič considered it one of his best movies. [3]

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The film's sets were designed by the art director Štěpán Kopecký. It was shot in studios in Prague.

Plot

Cast

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References

  1. "Revizor". csfd.cz. Retrieved 2011-01-24.
  2. Goble p.928
  3. Liehm, Antonín (1974). Closely Watched Films: The Czechoslovak Experience. Routledge.

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