|Died||16 August 1949 58) (aged|
|Other names||Otto Pittermann|
Vladimír Slavínský (26 September 1890 – 16 August 1949) was a Czech film director, screenwriter and actor.
Vladimír Slavínský was born Otakar Vladimír Pitrman in Dolní Štěpánice, on September 26, 1890. Since his youth he acted in amateur theatres while working as a typesetter.In 1912 he wrote his first two screenplays. After the World War I he co-founded a production company Pojafilm with Alois Jalovec and started directing. He directed mostly sentimental dramas and comedy films, which were very commercially successful at the time. He died in Prague on August 16, 1949.
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