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Anicko, vrat se! (1927)

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Peter the tramp (Carl Lamac) wants to end his life but he isn't successful in doing so. After his third attempt at suicide he jumps under a car but the owner and driver, Jirí Landa (Carl ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Anicka Karesová (as Anny Ondráková)
Theodor Pistek ...
Kares
Carl Lamac ...
Petr alias Jirí Landa (as Karel Lamac)
Bukovský Mirko ...
Brant
Josef Oliak ...
Jirí Landa's Servant
Ladislav H. Struna ...
Policeman
Milka Balek-Brodská ...
Maid
Antonie Nedosinská ...
Cook
Cenek Slégl ...
Landa's Friend
Jára Sedlácek ...
Landa's Friend
Anita Janová ...
Landa's Friend
Karel Schleichert ...
Doorkeeper
Filip Balek-Brodský ...
Fat Policeman
Frantisek Jerhot ...
Tall Policeman
Rudolf Nízkovský ...
Police Commissioner
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Peter the tramp (Carl Lamac) wants to end his life but he isn't successful in doing so. After his third attempt at suicide he jumps under a car but the owner and driver, Jirí Landa (Carl Lamac again), brakes in time. He notices their similar builds and gives Peter a winter coat. In the pocket is a forgotten invitation to a ball where Jirí is to meet his future bride, Anicka Karesová (Anny Ondra), for the first time. Peter goes to the ball instead of Jirí and immediately wins the favour of Anicka and her father (Theodor Pistek). Written by NFA.cz

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11 February 1927 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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Anny, kehr zurück!  »

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1.33 : 1
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