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The World Is Ours (1937)

Svet patrí nám (original title)
One of the few European films of the 30s to criticize the Nazis, even if they couldn't be directly named due to censorship: Gangsters with gray hats stir up trouble in what is obviously the Sudetenland.

Director:

Martin Fric

Writers:

Martin Fric, George Voskovec (play) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
George Voskovec ... Camlet (as Jirí Voskovec)
Jan Werich ... Camlet
Vladimír Smeral ... Josef Forman alias Lionel
Adina Mandlová ... Markétka - newscaster
Bohus Záhorský ... Dexler - leader of the gangsters
Jaroslav Prucha Jaroslav Prucha ... Antonín Hart - technical director
Miroslav Svoboda Miroslav Svoboda ... Berger - Lion's band member
Ladislav H. Struna ... Holister - Lion's band member
Zdenek Stepánek ... Governor
Karel Dostal ... Company Secretary at Noel
Frantisek Cerný ... Bidon - worker
Frantisek Filipovský ... Pinker - worker
Emanuel Kovarík ... Employee at Noel
Jirí Hron Jirí Hron ... Employee at Noel
Jarmila Svabíková Jarmila Svabíková ... Employee at Noel
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Storyline

One of the few European films of the 30s to criticize the Nazis, even if they couldn't be directly named due to censorship: Gangsters with gray hats stir up trouble in what is obviously the Sudetenland.

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Genres:

Comedy

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Connections

Edited into Tri strázníci (2005) See more »

Soundtracks

At zije Bernardek Lion
Music by Jaroslav Jezek
Lyrics by George Voskovec
Performed by George Voskovec
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Details

Country:

Czechoslovakia

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

13 August 1939 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The World Is Ours See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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