Stealing Dagmar

Country

Czech Republic

Copyright

2001

Production year

2001

Premiere

25 October 2001

Runtime

90 min

Category

film

Genre

comedy, screwball comedy

Typology

featuretheatrical distributionlong

Original title

Jak ukrást Dagmaru

Czech title

Jak ukrást Dagmaru

English title

Stealing Dagmar

Summary

This is a comedy about a Czech agent 007.

Commentary

Crew and creators

Assistant Director

Hana Žatečková

Shooting Script

Jaroslav Soukup

Director of Photography

Vladimír Holomek

Camera Operator

Dan Souček

Set Designer

Jiří Forst

Costume Designer

Alexander Kiss

Film Editor

Jan Svoboda

Sound Designer

Jiří Hora, Jan Kacián

Stunt Coordinator

Jaroslav Tomsa

Production Manager

Hana Štefanová

Unit Production Manager

Václav Šeda

Music

Music Composed by

Zdeněk Barták

Selected Music

anonym (La Tintarela)

Music Conducted by

Ivan Zelenka

Songs

Endless Summer

Songwriter Daniel DarrasChristian Leroux

Sizzle

Songwriter Franco Micalizzi

De Luxe

Songwriter Christian Poulet

Don't Be Blue

Songwriter Christian WilckensOkko Bekker

A'm a Cute Girl

Brownish Girl

What a Beautiful Girl

Dr Treck

Songwriter Nigel Matherson

Whirling Dervish

Songwriter E. Dozor

Soul Train

Songwriter Nigel Matherson

Locations

Srní, Klatovy, Sušice, Železná Ruda, Křivoklát, Praha

Production info

Original Title

Jak ukrást Dagmaru

Czech Title

Jak ukrást Dagmaru

English Title

Stealing Dagmar

Category

film

Typology

featuretheatrical distribution

Genre

comedy, screwball comedy

Origin country

Czech Republic

Copyright

2001

Production Year

2001

Premiere

premiere 25 October 2001 /suitable for all ages/

Distribution slogan

A wild comedy on Czech agent 007 "inside out".

Distribution

FALCON, a. s.

Technical info

Duration typology

feature film

Duration in minutes

90 min

Distribution carrier

35mm

Aspect ratio

1:1,37

Colour

colour

Sound

sound

Sound system/format

mono

Versions

Czech

Dialogue languages

Czech

Subtitles languages

without subtitles

Opening/End credits languages

Czech