The Love of Miss Věra

Country

Czechoslovakia

Copyright

1922

Production year

1922

Premiere

29 December 1922

Runtime

55 min

Category

film

Genre

comedy

Typology

featuretheatrical distributionmedium

Film state

lost film

Original title

Láska slečny Věry

Czech title

Láska slečny Věry

English title

The Love of Miss Věra

Synopsis

A young girl, Věra leaves her grandfather and her country life to study in Prague. There she lives a happy life with her fellow students. She falls in love with a student, Lorka, and in the end, despite a proposal of marriage from the already elderly professor Ryš, she chooses to marry Lorek. (According to promotional material issued at the time the film was made.)

Note

The film materials are believed lost.

Cast

Suzanne Marwille

Věra Gubišová

Václav Vydra ml.

student Válek

V. Ch. Vladimírov

básník René Lorek

Marta Májová

Věřina matka

Vladimír Majer

profesor Rys

Karel Fiala

Věřin dědeček

Josef Zora

profesor chemie

J. Bolar

student

Josef Šváb-Malostranský

četnický strážmistr

Marie Ptáková

Hotovcova žena

Crew and creators

Based on

Otakar Hanuš (Láska slečny Věry – román)

Director of Photography

Josef Kokeisl

Production Designer

Bohuslav Šula

Production info

Original Title

Láska slečny Věry

Czech Title

Láska slečny Věry

English Title

The Love of Miss Věra

Category

film

Typology

featuretheatrical distribution

Film state

lost film

Genre

comedy

Origin country

Czechoslovakia

Copyright

1922

Production Year

1922

Premiere

premiere 29 December 1922 /unsuitable for youths/ (kina Světozor a Slavia, Praha)

Production

Weteb

Copyright Holders

Národní filmový archiv

Studio

AB Vinohrady

Distribution

Iris-Film

Technical info

Duration typology

medium length film

Duration in minutes

55 min

Original length in metres

1 560 meters

Distribution carrier

35mm

Aspect ratio

1:1,33

Colour

black & white

Sound

silent

Versions

Czech

Dialogue languages

without dialogue

Subtitles languages

without subtitles

Intertitles languages

Czech

Opening/End credits languages

Czech