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Klement Gottwald (Character)
from Days of Betrayal (1973)

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Alternate Names:
Klement Gotvald

Filmography

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  1. Am dreizehnten Tag (1991) (TV) Played by Dietrich Körner
  2. Der 13. Tag (1991) Played by Dietrich Körner

  3. "Roky prelomu"
    ... aka "The Years of Break" - International (English title) (informal literal English title)
        - Bez výstrelu (1989) TV episode, Played by Karel Semerád
        - Suché leto, horúca jesen (1989) TV episode, Played by Karel Semerád
        - Studená vlna (1989) TV episode, Played by Karel Semerád
        - Velký krok (1989) TV episode, Played by Karel Semerád
        - Kto je kto? (1989) TV episode, Played by Karel Semerád
  4. "Gottwald" (1986) TV series Played by Jirí Stepnicka

  5. An Epic About Conscience I-II (1979) Played by Miroslav Zounar
    ... aka "Poéma o svedomí I-II" - Czechoslovakia (original title)
  6. The Liberation of Prague (1978) Played by Bohus Pastorek
    ... aka "Osvobození Prahy" - Czechoslovakia (original title)
  7. "Soldaty svobody" (1977) TV series Played by Bohus Pastorek (as Klement Gotvald)
  8. Vítezný lid (1977) Played by Július Pántik
  9. Sokolovo (1975) Played by Bohus Pastorek
  10. Dvacátý devátý (1974) Played by Miroslav Zounar
  11. Days of Betrayal (1973) Played by Bohus Pastorek
    ... aka "Dny zrady" - Czechoslovakia (original title)

  12. The Tank Brigade (1955) Played by Jirí Dohnal
    ... aka "Tanková brigáda" - Czechoslovakia (original title)
  13. A Warning (1953) Played by Jirí Dohnal
    ... aka "Výstraha" - Czechoslovakia (original title)

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