Call number: DVD-4614


VANČURA, Vladislav
Marijka nevěrnice [Unfaithful Marijka]

AB Film Praha - Barrandov, 1934
Screenplay: Karel Nový, Ivan Olbracht, from the story by Ivan Olbracht
Photography: Jaroslav Blažek, with the assistance of Václav Hanuš
Production design: Bedřich Feuerstein
Music: Bohuslav Martinů

Marijka	 				Anna Šklebejová
Petro, her husband, a woodcutter	Petro Birčák
Olena, Petro's mother			Olena Birčáková
The inkeeper's daughter			Ester Glücková
Rosenthal's daughter			Hana Becková 
Sawmill agent				Robert Ford
Tourist					Ivan Olbracht
72 minutes
In Czech with optional Czech subtitles for the hard of hearing and optional English subtitles

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PLICKA, Karel
Jaro na Podkarpatské Rusi [Spring in Subcarpathian Ruthenia]

Elekta Journal v Praze, 1929
Producer: Karel Pečeny
Script: Karel Plicka
Photography: Karel Plicka

9 minutes 51 seconds
Czech intertitles, with optional English subtitles, silent with no added music

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LEHNER, Adolf
Karpathorussland [Podkarpatské Rus] [Subcarpathian Ruthenia]

Union Film, 1937
Photography: J.R. Zika
Music: J. Gollwell

10 minutes 56 seconds
German intertitles, with optional English subtitles, silent with added music track

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WEISS, Jiri AND HANUŠ, Václav
Píseň o Podkarpatské Rusi [Song of Subcarpathian Ruthenia]

Tobis - Klangfilm, 1937
Script: K.M. Vallo
Music: Jiří Srnka
Narrator: J. Šmeral

11 minutes
In Czech without subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 1.37:1
Languages Menu languages: Czech and English
Optional Czech subtitles for the hard of hearing
Optional English subtitles
Features Three short documentary films (see above)
Commentaries to the film by Pavel Taussig, 18 minutes 11 seconds, and by Michal Bergant, 16 minutes 35 seconds, both in Czech with optional Czech and English subtitles
Photo gallery
Biographies and filmographies for the writer of the story and script, Ivan Olbracht, the scriptwriter, Karel Nový, the director Vladislav Vančura, the director of photography, Jaroslav Blažek, the assistant director of photography, Václav Hanuš and the composer, Bohuslav Martinů and material about the literary sources used, all in Czech or in English
Contemporary documents
24 page booklet, in Czech and English
Source Filmexport Home Video

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