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Vratislav Blazek (1925–1973)

Vratislav Blazek was born on August 31, 1925 in Náchod, Czechoslovakia. He was a writer, known for Starci na chmelu (1964), Prazske noci (1969) and Svetáci (1969). He died on April 28, 1973 in Munich, Bavaria, West Germany. See full bio »

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Starci na chmelu
Prazske noci
Prazske noci Writer
Svetáci Writer
Black Peter
Black Peter Soundtrack


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 1974 Der kleine Doktor (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Eine bemerkenswerte Nichte (1974) ... (writer)
 1973/II Gabriel (TV Movie)
 1971 Mr. Tingling stellt ein (TV Movie)
 1971 The Love Keys
 1970 Odvázná slecna (story)
 1969 Svetáci (screenplay)
 1969 Prazske noci (screenplay - segment "Fabricius a Zuzana")
 1969 Obzalovaná (TV Movie)
 1966 Lady on the Tracks (writer)
 1965 Strasná zena
 1962 Ach, du fröhliche (novel)
 1961 Und das am Heiligabend (TV Movie) (play)
 1960 Chlap jako hora (screenplay)
 1958 Tri prání (writer)
 1957 Paraplícko (Short)
 1955 Návsteva z oblak (screenplay)
 1955 Hudba z Marsu
 1955 Cirkus Hurvinek (Short)
 1954 Cirkus bude (story)
 1953 První obed (Short) (screenplay)
 1950 Katka (writer)
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