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The Organist at St. Vitus' Cathedral

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The Organist at St. Vitus' Cathedral
Directed byMartin Frič
Written byMartin Frič
Václav Wasserman
Vítezslav Nezval
Produced byVladimír Stránský
StarringKarel Hašler
CinematographyJaroslav Blažek
Distributed byLloydfilm
Release date
  • 30 August 1929 (1929-08-30)
Running time
80 minutes
CountryCzechoslovakia
LanguageSilent

The Organist at St. Vitus' Cathedral (Czech: Varhaník u sv. Víta) is a 1929 silent Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič.[1]

Production

The movie was shot at Kavalírka film studio.[2] Exterior scenes were shot on location at Prague Castle. Frič was inspired by Billy Bitzer's The Love Flower. In the middle of filming a producer Vladimír Stránský went bankrupt and committed suicide.[2]

Cast

  • Karel Hašler as Organist
  • Oscar Marion as Ivan, painter (as Oskar Marion)
  • Suzanne Marwille as Klára, foster-child
  • Ladislav H. Struna as Josef Falk, extortionist
  • Otto Zahrádka as Klára's father
  • Marie Ptáková as Abbess
  • Vladimír Smíchovský as Innkeeper
  • Josef Kobík as Fish vendor
  • Milka Balek-Brodská as Maiden
  • Roza Schlesingerová as Women in the Cathedral
  • Václav Wasserman as New organist

References

  1. ^ "Varhaník u sv. Víta". csfd.cz. Retrieved 23 January 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Varhaník u sv. Víta". Filmový přehled.

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