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Majster kat (1966)

Set in an imaginary Central European town under Turkish control about 300 years ago, this film tells the story of two friends - fisherman Richardus (Stefan Kvietik) and executioner Emil (... See full summary »

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Vlado Müller ...
kat Emil Targo
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Richardus
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Agajka
Peter Debnar ...
Emilko (as Peter Debnár)
Jozef Budský ...
Knéz
Zuzana Jariabková ...
Milica (as Zuzka Jariabková)
Olga Adamcíková ...
Katrina
Eduard Bindas ...
Ali-pasa
Daniel Michaelli ...
Bairakdar
Frantisek Dibarbora ...
Tuli-Bej
Ondrej Jariabek ...
Findo
Viera Casnochová ...
Agaja
Ivan Krivosudsky ...
Gabriel
Samuel Adamcík ...
Starý soudce
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Buran
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Set in an imaginary Central European town under Turkish control about 300 years ago, this film tells the story of two friends - fisherman Richardus (Stefan Kvietik) and executioner Emil (Vlado Muller). They are proud, defiant men, with Janosik blood flowing through their veins. Their inherent rebelliousness, manifesting itself daily in these times of Turkish subjugation, brings the two allies even closer together. Written by Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

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2 September 1966 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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Master Executioner  »

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2.35 : 1
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