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Jánošík (1935 film)

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Jánošík
Directed byMartin Frič
Written byJirí Mahen
Martin Frič
Produced byKarel Hašler
StarringPaľo Bielik
CinematographyFerdinand Pecenka
Release date
  • 1935 (1935)
Running time
73 minutes
CountryCzechoslovakia
LanguageCzech

Jánošík is a 1935 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič.[1]

Cast

  • Paľo Bielik as Juraj Jánosík
  • Zlata Hajdúková as Anka
  • Andrej Bagar as Master Sándor
  • Theodor Pištěk as Count Andre Markusovský
  • Filip Davidik as Janicko, shepherd boy
  • Kudo Bachlet as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Mirko Eliás as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Martin Hollý as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Jindřich Plachta as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Jan W. Speerger as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Ladislav H. Struna as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Jan Sviták as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Kudo Uhlar as A Janosik "Brigand"
  • Otto Zahrádka as A Janosik "Brigand"

Reception

Writing for The Spectator in 1936, Graham Greene gave the film a poor review. Noting that the theme of robbing the rich to give to the poor "should retain its appeal until the Millennium", Greene found that the "romantic rollicking tuneful" beginning jarred sharply with the film's conclusion which sees the robber's "cruel death, hung like butcher meat with a spike in his ribs". As Greene sardonically observes, "Romance and robber tunes and lyrical shots of a long-legged Fairbanks hero don't go with the spike."[2]

References

  1. ^ "Jánošík". csfd.cz. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
  2. ^ Greene, Graham (10 July 1936). "One Rainy Afternoon/Janosik/The Phantom Gondola". The Spectator. (reprinted in: Taylor, John Russell, ed. (1980). The Pleasure Dome. pp. 86–87. ISBN 0192812866.)

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