Call number: DVD-4601


BIELIK, Paľo
Vlčie diery [Wolves' Lair]

Slovenská filmová spoločnosť, Bratislava, 1948
Screenplay: Paľo Bielik, Waldemar Sent, Leopold Lahola, from a story by Paľo Bielik
Photography: Karol Krška
Production design: Karel Škvor
Music: Ján Cikker

Mother Svrcinová			Beta Poničanová	
Ondrej Svrcina				Jozef Budský	
Matús Svrcina, their son		Mikuláš Huba	
Jano Svrcina, their son			Juraj Šebok
Stefan Svrcina, their son		Ladislav Chudík
Woodcutter Huco				Arnold Flögl
Anca Hucová, his daughter		Magda Husáková
Samko Huco, his son			Ivan Hliva
Teacher Lieskovský			Eugen Medek
Evička, his daughter			Marta Černická	
Tinker Jozko				Karol L. Zachar
Guerilla commander Marián		Jan Jamnicky
Russian guerilla Nikita			Gejza Sedlák	
Guerilla Kazo				Štefan Sliuka
Guerilla Sáša				Martin Ťapák
Guerilla Dičo				Paľo Bielik
French guerilla François		Viliam Záborsky
German commander Hermann Thiele 	František Dibarbora
German soldier Hans Stümmer		Míla Beran
Old German				Anton Vaněk	
Commissar				Ľudovít Jakubóczy
Commissar's son Tóno			Imrich Strelka
Doctor Steiner				Martin Gregor
Doctor Bukovský				Zdeněk Ríha	
German soldier Jablonski		Anton Michalička
Main gendarme				Vladimír Durdík
Gendarme				Branislav Koreň
122 minutes
In Slovak with optional Slovak and English subtitles and with commentary for the visually impaired

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 1.33:1, 4:3
Languages Menu languages: Slovak and English
Optional Slovak and English subtitles
Commentary for the visually impaired
Features Newsreel 47, 1948, 9 minutes, in Czech with optional English subtitles
About the movie, text, in Slovak or English
Press coverage, text, in Slovak or English
Biographies for the director, Paľo Bielik, the director of photography Karol Krška and the actors Jozef Budský, Mikuláš Huba and František Dibarbora, text, in Slovak or English
Photogallery
16-page booklet, in Slovak
Source SME, Slovenský filmový ústav

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