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New Fighters Shall Arise (1951)

Vstanou noví bojovníci (original title)
Ladislava Zápotocký is exiled to Zákolany where he works as a tailor. He organizes a local workers' association that, despite prosecution, manages to win election in 1897 for the social democratic party in the voting district.

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Jirí Weiss
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Cast

Credited cast:
Otomar Krejca ... Budecský
Antonie Hegerlíková ... Budecská
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Svetla Amortová Svetla Amortová ... Heindlová
Hana Bauerová Hana Bauerová
Josef Beyvl ... Klomínek
Vlastimil Brodský ... uredník Reiter
Terezie Brzková ... Kolmistrová
Josef Chvalina ... Trhovec s okurkami
Eman Fiala Eman Fiala ... Ridící
Nelly Gaierová ... Manzelka správce velkostatku
Ladislav Gzela Ladislav Gzela
Frantisek Hanus ... Majitel cukrovaru
Jindrich Havel Jindrich Havel ... Toník
Frantisek Holar ... statkár Tmel
Antonín Holzinger Antonín Holzinger
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Storyline

Ladislava Zápotocký, father of the future president of Czechoslovakia Antonín Zápotocký who wrote the book on which the film is based, is in 1880s exiled to his home village of Zákolany near Kladno where he works as a tailor. Being a socialist, he raises class awareness among workers, and organizes a local association that, despite prosecution, manages to win election in 1897 for the social democratic party in the voting district. The film has a relatively high authenticity about life in central Bohemia. Written by Petr Vavruch

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Genres:

Drama | History

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Country:

Czechoslovakia

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

23 January 1951 (Czechoslovakia) See more »

Also Known As:

Andra kommer efter oss See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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