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Jan Sviták (1898–1945)

Jan Sviták was born on December 23, 1898 in Pilsen, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary. He was an actor and director, known for Rote Rosen - blaue Adria (1938), Station Master (1941) and Pan otec Karafiát (1935). He died on May 11, 1945 in Prague, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]. See full bio »

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Station Master Director


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 1940 Love Song
 1936 Irca's Romance
Soukromý detektiv
 1936 Father Vojtech
Doctor in Mission
 1936 Jánosik
A Janosik "Brigand"
 1935 Hrdina jedné noci
Filmový rezisér
 1933 Její lékar
JUDr. Boleslav Letnianský
 1933 Reka
pytlák Zimák
 1933 Záhada modrého pokoje
Naval officer
 1933 Ecstasy
Der Tänzer auf der Barandov-Terrasse
 1932 Powder and Petrol
 1932 The Undertaker
Franz, her beau
 1931 Milácek pluku
Gustav Tregl
 1931 Naceradec, King of Kibitzer
Fred Oliver Findajs
 1931 Psohlavci
 1931 Third Company
 1931 On a jeho sestra
Burda, prítel Sabiny
 1931 Aféra plukovníka Rédla
Col. Marchenko
 1930 Plukovník Svec
Soviet Officer
 1929 Aufruhr des Blutes
 1929 Podskalák
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