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Rakev ve snu videti... (1968)

The Ronov castle has been changed into a hotel, offering stylish facilities to its guests: weddings in the torture chamber, a Black Lancer kidnapping brides, a night's lodging in a family ... See full summary »

Director:

Jaroslav Mach

Writers:

Jirí Karásek (screenplay), Jirí Karásek (story) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bohumil Smída ... vedoucí hotelu Felix Pacínek
Jaroslava Obermaierová ... zpevacka Zuzanka Korejsová / pokladní Bozenka Klecáková
Zdenek Díte ... lupic a dirigent jazzového orchestru Rudolf Venglos
Cestmír Randa ... Milan Weyr
Lubomír Kostelka ... Cestmír Kosík
Frantisek Peterka ... Josef Balda
Pavel Landovský ... Zdenek Stýbr
Vladimír Mensík ... kapítán VB Tronda
Jan Skopecek ... major VB Jarda Bergl
Zdenek Rehor ... kriminalista Patras
Oldrich Velen ... kapitán VB Václav Roj
Libuse Havelková ... houslistka Ema, Kosíkova zena
Slávka Budínová ... Zralá dáma
Katerina Klumparová Katerina Klumparová ... Kvetuska
Milos Nedbal ... profesor Nykl
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Storyline

The Ronov castle has been changed into a hotel, offering stylish facilities to its guests: weddings in the torture chamber, a Black Lancer kidnapping brides, a night's lodging in a family tomb etc. The reformed petty swindler Felix Pacínek (Bohumil Smída) runs the hotel. The business is far from thriving; the place is half-empty, and the jazz band Skeleton, together with their singer Zuzanka (Jaroslava Obermaierová), decide to leave. Nobody in the hotel has any idea that the band is in fact a gang of thieves who have just robbed the Prague State Bank, taking two million crowns from its vaults. Written by NFA.cz

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Genres:

Comedy | Crime

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Country:

Czechoslovakia

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

26 July 1968 (Czechoslovakia) See more »

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Follows Nahá pastýrka (1966) See more »

Soundtracks

Kvetiny bílé po ceste
Music by Antonín Dvorák, lyrics by Jaroslav Kvapil
Performed by Frantisek Peterka and Nada Urbánková
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