One Should Know [German version]

Country

Czechoslovakia

Copyright

1935

Production year

1935

Runtime

5 min

Director

Klaus Hakon

Category

film

Genre

promotional

Typology

featuretheatrical distributionshort

Original title

Člověk ani neví [německá verze]

Czech title

Člověk ani neví [německá verze]

English title

One Should Know [German version]

Synopsis

A patient at the doctor's surgery complains of great pains in his legs which make walking almost impossible. The doctor finds there is something wrong with his footwear. He recommends a sanatorium, not for the man, but for his shoes. The sanatorium is the Baťa Shoe Repair Shop. While waiting at the repair shop, the man muses that one washes and shaves regularly, and so should see to the regular maintenance of one's shoes. The advertisement ends with price list for various repairs.

Note

The National Film Archive has the Czech and German version.

Cast

Crew and creators

Director

Klaus Hakon

Screenplay

Klaus Hakon

Director of Photography

Alexander Hackenschmied

Production Manager

Ladislav Kolda

Production info

Original Title

Člověk ani neví [německá verze]

Czech Title

Člověk ani neví [německá verze]

English Title

One Should Know [German version]

Category

film

Typology

featuretheatrical distribution

Genre

promotional

Origin country

Czechoslovakia

Copyright

1935

Production Year

1935

Production specifications

date of censorship 09/1935

Premiere

premiere 09/1935 /suitable for youths/

Production

AB, Baťa (zadavatel)

Copyright Holders

Národní filmový archiv

Studio

AB Barrandov

Distribution

Baťa

Technical info

Duration typology

short film

Duration in minutes

5 min

Original length in metres

130 meters

Distribution carrier

35mm

Aspect ratio

1:1,19

Colour

black & white

Sound

sound

Sound system/format

Tobis – Klang

Versions

German

Dialogue languages

German

Subtitles languages

without subtitles

Intertitles languages

Czech, German

Opening/End credits languages

Czech, German