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Cerní baroni (1992)

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Pavel Landovský ...
Bronislav Poloczek ...
Alois Svehlík ...
Jirí Schmitzer ...
Miroslav Donutil ...
Josef Dvorák ...
1st Lt. Mazurek - Company Commander
Rudolf Hrusínský ...
Capt. MUDr. Horec - Doctor (as Rudolf Hrusínský ml.)
Václav Postránecký ...
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Daniel Landa ...
Ondrej Vetchý ...
Vladimír Javorský ...
Milan Simácek ...
Boris Rösner ...
Zdenek Podhurský ...
Michal Dosedla ...
Pvt. Nalezenec - Psychopath
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4 June 1992 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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The Black Barons  »

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Good comedy from early communist times in Czechoslovakia
4 January 2003 | by (Pilsen, Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

These times were really bad. Communist party was the only party that ruled in that times in Czechoslovakia. Due to Marx-Lenin ideas, workers were the only good people. Every young man with rich ancestors or anti-communist ideas had to serve in 'black barons' instead of regular army troops. But this movie makes it funny. These so called good people, who were the leaders of 'black barons' military troops, were mostly stupid.

Very good comedy, I think. I had to laugh again and again.


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