The Prague Grand Orchestra travels by train to a music festival in Yugoslavia. Only the singer Sona Klánová missed the departure. In the meantime, she managed to buy a ticket to Belgrade at... See full summary »

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Gordana Miletic ...
Sona Klánová - singer
Rudolf Hrusínský ...
Conductor
Joza Gregorin ...
Driver Dargo
Barbara Polomska ...
Lída
Ludmila Píchová ...
Camper Nademlejnská
Rudolf Deyl ...
Alfréd Necásek
Stella Zázvorková ...
Camper Petioká
Milos Kopecký ...
Soustek - tourist guide
Eman Fiala ...
Camper Strouhal
Jaroslav Stercl ...
Drummer Pistelák
Rudolf Cortés ...
Rudy Bárta - singer
Karel Effa ...
Egon Zejda - guitarist
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Clarinetist Vostrák
Lubomír Lipský ...
Trombonist Holpuch
Josef Hlinomaz ...
Trumpetist Bríza
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The Prague Grand Orchestra travels by train to a music festival in Yugoslavia. Only the singer Sona Klánová missed the departure. In the meantime, she managed to buy a ticket to Belgrade at the air-terminal from Mrs Navrátilová, who couldn't make the trip. In the meantime, the orchestra conductor is beside himself with despair. He phoned to Prague from the border, and when he realized that Sona had left her house in a taxi, he thought that she would catch up with them by the road. The orchestra delayed the train's departure with an improvised concert for the custom officers and the passengers. Written by filmarchives-online

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train | tour | singing | serbia | sea | See All (7) »

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Comedy | Musical

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15 May 1964 (Czechoslovakia)  »

Also Known As:

Ein Stern fährt nach Süden  »

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In the 1950s there was a complication of political relations between the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia. The other communist states, including Czechoslovakia, had the respect. For this reason, this innocent musical comedy, is prohibited and only given in 1964, although it was filmed in 1958. See more »

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Ach synku, synku
Performed by Vladimír Mensík and Josef Hlinomaz
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