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The Twelve Chairs (1933 film)

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The Twelve Chairs
Adolf Dymsza.jpg
Adolf Dymsza in the film
Directed byMartin Frič
Michał Waszyński
Written byIlf and Petrov (novel)
Karel Lamač (screenplay)
Release date
6 October 1933
Running time
66 minutes
CountriesCzechoslovakia
Poland
LanguagesCzech
Polish

The Twelve Chairs (Czech: Dvanáct křesel; Polish: Dwanaście krzeseł) is a 1933 Czechoslovak-Polish comedy film directed by Martin Frič and Michał Waszyński[1] freely based on the eponymous 1928 novel by Soviet authors Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "Dvanáct křesel". csfd.cz. Retrieved 2011-01-24.

External links


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