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Josef Nesvadba (1926–2005)

Josef Nesvadba was born on June 19, 1926 in Prague, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]. He was a writer, known for Ferat Vampire (1982), I Killed Einstein, Gentlemen (1970) and Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea (1977). He was married to Libuse Nesvadbová. He died on April 26, 2005 in Prague, Czech Republic. See full bio »


(age 78) in Prague, Czech Republic

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 1992 Podivná letecká spolecnost (TV Movie) (short story "Mordair")
 1984 Bambinot (TV Mini Series) (screenplay - 6 episodes)
- Príjemná ztráta (1984) ... (screenplay)
- Osudný zlocin (1984) ... (screenplay)
- Katastrofální omyl (1984) ... (screenplay)
- Génius se vrací (1984) ... (screenplay)
- Dábelský úkol (1984) ... (screenplay)
 1983 Tajemství kojence (TV Movie) (short story "Kojenstina")
 1982 Ferat Vampire (short story "Upír Ltd.") / (short story "Upír po dvaceti letech" - as Dr Josef Nesvadba)
 1973 Tajemství zlatého Buddhy (novel "Prípad Zlatého Buddhy")
 1972 Miss Golem
 1970 I Killed Einstein, Gentlemen (screenplay) / (story)
 1965 The Lost Face (short story "Ztracená tvár")
 1963 Blbec z Xeenemunde (story)
 1963 The Death of Tarzan (screenplay) / (short story "Tarzanova smrt")
 1961 Úhel dopadu (TV Movie) (novel "Prípad Zlatého Buddhy")
 1961 Xantipa and Socrates (Short) (story)
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 2002 Krásný ztráty (TV Series)
- Episode dated 29 April 2002 (2002) ... Self

Personal Details

Other Works:

Book: "Dialog s doktorem Dongem" ("The Dialogue with Doctor Dong"). Prague, Czechoslovakia: Ceskoslovenský spisovatel. See more »

Alternate Names:

Dr Josef Nesvadba


Libuse Nesvadbová  (his death)  (1 child)


Bára Nesvadbová

Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on the readers' fading interest in science fiction]: "Science fiction themes have crossed over to television. If you look at, say, The X-Files (1993), you'll find that almost everything from the science fiction themes are there - except the solution to the problem. They just bite the problem, say it's a mystery, and run away. In our country, moreover, there was a kind of political cipher in the ... See more »


His name is pronounced "Yoh-sef Neh-svad-bah". See more »

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