Synonyms for bohdalová or Related words with bohdalová
Examples of "bohdalová"
Several public personalities (for example the actress Jiřina
) sued the government, because they were unjustifiably included in the "informers files" - and some of them won their cases.
The StB attempted to blackmail
into becoming an informant, but she resisted this effort. After the publication of a register of StB collaborators which included her name she successfully had the error of her inclusion rectified.
"Dáma na kolejích" (Lady on the Tracks) is a musical comedy about a streetcar driver in Prague (Jiřina
) who mounts a campaign for women's rights when she discovers her husband's love affair.
Stašová is the daughter of Czech actress Jiřina
and Břetislav Staš, who are divorced. She has been married three times: to Czech actor Pavel Trávníček, Italian professor Eusebio Ciccotti and Czech actor Pavel Skřípal. Stašová has two sons, Marek and Vojta, from her marriages to Ciccotti and Skřípal respectively.
The novel "Kat nepočká" ("The Hangman Won't Wait", 1958) by Norbert Frýd was inspired by Anna Letenská's life story. A film adaptation of the novel was made in 1971 starring Jiřina
. A street in the Vinohrady district of Prague is named after Anna Letenská.
(born 3 May 1931 in Prague, Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic) is a Czech actress. She began acting in theatre and film at an early age. She was accepted to The Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU) at her third attempt. She received an offer from Jan Werich to join the actor's troupe at “Divadlo ABC” theatre which she kindly accepted. Later on, she performed in many other “City Theatres of Prague” (Městská divadla pražská). From 1967 to the present day she has a permanent engagement at the “Vinohrady Theatre”.
has done extensive work as a voice actress, especially TV characters in various bed time stories, including “The Fairy-tales from Moss and Fern” (Pohádky z mechu a kapradí, 1968), “The Little Reedman” (Rákosníček, 1976), “The Little Witch” (Malá čarodějnice, 1983), “About the Pixie Racochejl” (O skřítku Racochejlovi, 1997), etc. She has made numerous appearances in different fairy-tales, short stories, TV films, serials, plays and many programmes of her own.
Čtvrtek was born in Prague, however, he spent a part of his childhood in Jičín, the town which later became the setting for his stories and fairy tales. He studied at gymnasium (graduated in 1931) and continued his studies at the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague. Initially, he worked as a clerk, and only after the World War II he began contributing to the children's magazines, such as "Mateřídouška" and "Ohníček". In 1949, he was engaged as a dramaturgist in the Czechoslovak Radio, where he participated in broadcasting for children and youth. From the late 1950s, he created scripts for cartoons produced by the Czechoslovak Television. In collaboration with illustrator Radek Pilař and voice actors Karel Höger, Vlastimil Brodský, Jiřina
and Jiří Hrzán he created some of the most popular cycles of the television programme Večerníček. In his later years, Čtvrtek focused on writing. He wrote more than 70 books, mainly for children.
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