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Bohumil Hrabal (1914–1997)

Bohumil Hrabal was born on March 28, 1914 in Brünn, Austria-Hungary as Bohumil Frantisek Kilian. He was a writer and actor, known for Closely Watched Trains (1966), I Served the King of England (2006) and Shortcuts (1981). He was married to Eliska Hrabalová. He died on February 3, 1997 in Prague, Czech Republic. See full bio »

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Shortcuts Writer
The Junk Shop
The Junk Shop Writer


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  Krasosmutnení (novella "Mestecko u vody") (announced)
 2015 Skoda lásky (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Zamilovaná (2015) ... (story)
 2007 Too Loud a Solitude (novel)
 1996 Too Loud a Solitude (novel)
 1994 Andelské oci (novella "Bambini di Praga")
 1991 Dancing Lessons for the Advanced in Age (TV Movie) (novella)
 1990 Nezný barbar (novel)
 1990 Larks on a String (novel "Inzerát na dum, ve kterém uz nechci bydlet")
 1984 Slavnosti snezenek (stories)
 1981 Mermaid (Short) (novel "Krasosmutnení")
 1981 Shortcuts
 1966 Closely Watched Trains (novel) / (screenplay)
 1965 The Junk Shop (Short) (screenplay) / (story "Baron Prásil")
 1965 Pearls of the Deep (short stories)
 1964 Fádní odpoledne (Short) (story - as B. Hrabal)
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