Strict and always dissatisfied grumbler Mr. Angel gets a voucher for summer recreation. He rejects it at first but he eventually decides to use it and spend 14 days in unionist hut Jezerka together with other merited co-workers.

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Gustav Andel - ticket inspector
Josef Pehr ...
Václav Masek - handyman
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Bohous Vyhlídka - joiner
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Karel Pavlát - constructor
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Milada Pavlátová - welder
Frantisek Dibarbora ...
Stefan Palko - coal miner
Stanislava Seimlová ...
Marienka Vanecková - chauffeuse (as Stána Seimlová)
Bela Jurdová ...
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Vojtech Herzán - molder
Rudolf Princ ...
Administrator of convalescence home
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Marie Dobesová - teacher
Eva Foustková ...
Anna Kazdová - charwoman
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Pichlová
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Jerábek - sparks
Antonin Vilsky ...
Stehlík - vacationer
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Strict and always dissatisfied grumbler Mr. Angel gets a voucher for summer recreation. He rejects it at first but he eventually decides to use it and spend 14 days in unionist hut Jezerka together with other merited co-workers.

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3 April 1953 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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Great classic
16 April 2006 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

This is one of my top ten Czech movies of all time. I probably know the dialogs by heart. Both this movie, and the sequel - "Andel na Horach" are a unique combination of quality acting, good clean fun entertainment and great picture of "socialist propaganda" of the early fifties. Ignoring all the "comrade" stuff, the plot is simple but pleasant and Jaroslav Marvan is excellent, as always, continuing in his successful pre-war career. A definite must to have in your personal collection of Czech films - too bad that the version with English subtitles is difficult to find. As I write this review, I'm watching the sequel, a ritual which happens every couple of months or so. Simply a good movie, always ready to please.


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