Kdyz burian prasil online dating
Arnošt si vymyslí fantastický příběh, že je nemanželské dítě, a to v baronce vzbudí domněnku, že je jejím synem, kterého měla s Kocharowským.
Protože se bojí skandálu, rozhodne se baronovi přiznat...
František Filipovský, Václav Trégl, Vlasta Burian, Jaroslav Marvan, Čeněk Šlégl, Theodor Pištěk, Karel Postranecký, Dalibor Pták, Oldřich Nový, Ella Nollová, Jan W.
Vlasta Burian, Meda Valentová, Zorka Janů, Anna Steimarová, Oldřich Nový, Jaroslav Marvan, Ella Nollová, Čeněk Šlégl, František Roland, Václav Trégl, Theodor Pištěk, Karel Černý, Karel Postranecký, František Filipovský, Jan W.
In 1897, in a castle near the town of Werewolfville in the Carpathians, a slightly deranged Professor Orfanik experiments with his new inventions which include, even at this early date, television and a film camera.
A selfish self-centered widowed ruler, barely tolerated by his subjects and called appropriately enough, 'King Myself, First' asks his three daughters to name the measure of their love for ...
In a little provincial town arrangements are being made ... See full summary » Zuzanka (Natasa Gollová) can finally stop toiling away at washing dishes at hotel Mercur after a distant aunt has bequeathed her her own hotel - Blue Star. See full summary » Young secretary Arnost Blaha is behaving very oddly.
The viewer should have no trouble following the story, but that doesn't mean the chuckles won't erupt, as for example when the town doctor is called to the castle because of "lunatics." The scriptwriting is quite clever, and reminds one of the best American or British films from the 1930's and 1940's, the jokes delivered crisply, and the actors truly throwing themselves into the insanity.
One personal favorite moment comes when, unexpectedly, the Baron imitates musical instruments with his mouth!
Meantime his wife thinks that the new secretary is in love with her and she feels very elated. Karlicka wants to stick to the plan, so the young couple tries a heartbreaking story of Arnost's hard life to soften the mother up. I watched this film on the understanding that it was in the genre of fantastic film, and it does have one element which I think can qualify it, that is, an actual ghost in the castle.
However, that facet of the film is slight, and used more as an additional vehicle for laughs. There is a highly-convoluted plot which is actually quite believable, made more so by the zesty pace at which the film rolls along in a mostly non-self-conscience manner.