Three Hours to Love

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Three Hours to Love
Directed by Fadil Hadžić
Written byFadil Hadžić
Starring Stanislava Pešić
Dragan Nikolić
Tatjana Salaj
Predrag Tasovac
Mladen Crnobrnja
Cinematography Frano Vodopivec
Edited byRadojka Tanhofer
Production
company
Release date
18 June 1968
Running time
88 minutes
CountryYugoslavia
LanguageSerbo-Croatian

Three Hours to Love (Serbo-Croatian : Tri sata za ljubav) is a 1968 Yugoslav film directed by Fadil Hadžić.


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