Call number: DVD-4472


FORMAN, Miloš
Hoří, má panenko [The Firemen's Ball]

Filmové studio Barrandov, Prague, 1967
Executive producer: Rudolf Hájek
Screenplay: Miloš Forman, Jaroslav Papoušek, Ivan Passer
Screenwriter: Václav Šašek
Photography: Miroslav Ondříček
Production design: Karel Černý
Music: Karel Mareš
Sound: Adolf Böhm

Chairman of Committee		Jan Vostrčil
First committee member        	František Debelka
Second committee member    	Josef Šebánek
Third committee member     	Josef Valnoha
Fourth committee member      	Josef Řehořek
Josef				Josef Kolb
Retired Fire Chief		Jan Stöckl
Karel				Stanislav Holubec
Ludva				Josef Kutálek
Old man				František Svet
Standa				Antonin Blažejovský
Josef's wife			Milada Ježková
Waiters				Stanislav Ditrich, Jarmila Kuchařová
"Miss" Contestants		Alena Květová, Anna Liepoldová, Miluše Zelená, 
				Marie Slívová, Hana Hanusová, Hana Kuberová
With:				Vratislav Čermák, František Reinstein, František Paska, 
				Ladislav Adam, Jiří Líbal
70 minutes
In Czech with optional English subtitles

Dual format edition. This is the DVD.

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 1.37:1
Languages Optional English subtitles
Features 4K restoration
'Miloš Forman and the Firemen's Ball', an appreciation by David Sorfa, 2015, 32 minutes 37 seconds, in English
Archival interviews with the director, Miloš Forman, 11 minutes 24 seconds, the co-writer Ivan Passer, 5 minutes 41 seconds, and the cinematographer Miroslav Ondříček, 9 minutes 31 seconds, all 2011, in Czech with optional English subtitles
New Wave Faces: Michael Brooke salutes the non-professional actors who made an indelible impression on 1960s Czech cinema, 2015, 31 minutes 27 seconds, in English
The Restoration, 2 minutes 21 seconds
20 page booklet
Reversible sleeve featuring two pieces of artwork from the original release
Source Arrow Academy

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