Irca's Romance

Irca's Romance (Czech: Irčin románek) is a 1936 Czech romance film directed by Karel Hašler and starring Jiřina Steimarová, Rolf Wanka and Theodor Pištěk. It was one of several Czech films of the 1930s to involve a trip to an Adriatic resort.[1] A separate German-language version Escape to the Adriatic was made in a co-production with Austria.

Irca's Romance
Directed byKarel Hašler
Written byKarel Hašler
Josef Roden (novel)
StarringJiřina Steimarová
Rolf Wanka
Theodor Pištěk
Music byRudolf Maria Mandée
CinematographyJan Roth
Edited byMarie Bourová
Svatopluk Innemann
Production
company
Meissner Film Prague
Distributed byMeissner Film Prague
Release date
1936
CountryCzechoslovakia
LanguageCzech

It was shot at the Barrandov Studios in Prague.

Cast

... and in alphabetical order

  • Milka Balek-Brodská
  • Emil Dlesk
  • Jindřich Fiala
  • Truda Grosslichtová as Zpěvačka Lola
  • Bohumil Hes as Tourist
  • Jaroslav Hladík
  • Květa Horská
  • Jiří Hron
  • Marie Kopecká
  • Oldřich Kovář
  • Rudolf Maria Mandée as Pianista
  • Antonie Nedošinská as Šulcová
  • Karel Němec
  • Ella Nollová
  • Marie Norrová
  • Lída Ondrová
  • František Paul as Ing. Harry Peters
  • Eliška Pleyová
  • Eva Prchlíková
  • Marie Ptáková
  • Čeněk Šlégl as Inženýr
  • Jan W. Speerger as Kraus
  • Pavla Stahlová as Char Woman in the Bar
  • Pavla Stolzová
  • Jan Sviták as Soukromý detektiv
  • Běla Tringlerová
  • Jaroslav Tryzna
  • Rolf Wanka as Lexa Hora

References

  1. Engelen & Van Heuckelom p.124

Bibliography

  • Leen Engelen & Kris Van Heuckelom. European Cinema after the Wall: Screening East-West Mobility. Rowman & Littlefield, 2013.
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