Ladislav Boháč (14 April 1907 – 4 July 1978) was a Czechoslovak film actor. He appeared in more than 45 films between 1933 and 1977.
Movies & TV shows
The 11-year old Jakub is living in a children's home, when he is picked up by his father. The father has been "away" for four years, the boys mother doesn't want the child. Jakub gradually finds out, ...
The World Where One Goes Begging
Venice Film Festival 1938
The Merry Wives
A morally questionable lord comes to the aid of a working class man who is to be executed for speaking out about thieving rich scoundrels sticking it to the poor.
School Is the Foundation of Life
Seventh form pupils at a grammar school in Přívlaky are preparing for a secondary school sports competition. Class creep Krhounek gives the class teacher Lejsal a copy of the seventh form’s magazine R...
Lidé na kře
Venice Film Festival 1937
Karel Hynek Mácha
Film about famous poet Karel Hynek Mácha
Hlídač č. 47
History of Philosophy
A student rebellion precedes revolutionary events in Prague.
Morality Above All Else
Professor Karas is widely known as enthusiastic propagator of the motto "Morality Above All Else". He guides his students as well as his own family to live a morally decent life. One day he has an une...
The White Disease
During a war, the world is ravaged by a disease called the White Plague. The play is based on a play by a playwright.
The doomed love of a city girl caught in the vise of poverty is detailed in Vavra’s fluid, romantic work, one of the most elegant creations of the Czech Modernist era... The film lingers over its char...
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