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Kajínek

''Kajínek'' is a 2010 Czech action drama film directed by Petr Jákl. It was released in 2010. The film received an award at the Festival International du Film Policier de Liege 2011. The Film is inspired by a true Story. read more

David Kajínek

David Kajínek (born July 10, 1988) is a Czech professional ice hockey defenceman who currently plays for Bílí Tygři Liberec in the Czech Extraliga.==External links==Category:HC Bílí Tygři Liberec players read more

Jiří

Jiří (), the Czech name for George, may refer to: read more

Jiří Mucha

Jiří Mucha (March 12, 1915 in Prague – April 5, 1991 in Prague) was a Czech journalist, writer, screenwriter, author of autobiographical novels and studies of the works of his father, the CzechArt Nouveau painter CzechArt NouveauAlphonse Mucha .== Life ==Born in , he was working in as a correspondent for . when occupied on March 15, 1939. It was at this time he wrote the Czech libretto for Martinu's . He returned to Prague briefly for his father's funeral in July of the same year but... read more

Jiří Weil

Jiří Weil (; 6 August 1900, Praskolesy – 13 December 1959, PraskolesyPrague ) was a Czech writer. He was Jewish.http://www.brikcius.com/Projects.uk.Makanna.html His noted works include the two PraskolesyPraguenovels '' PraskolesyPraguenovelsLife with a Star '' (''Život s hvězdou''), and '' PraskolesyPraguenovelsLife with a StarMendelssohn Is on the Roof '' (''Na střeše je Mendelssohn''), as well as many short stories, and other novels.==Life and work==A member of the Czech avant-garde... read more

Jiří Menzel

Jiří Menzel () (born February 23, 1938, Prague ) is a Czech Praguefilm director , Praguefilm directortheatre director , actor, and Praguefilm directortheatre directorscreenwriter . His films often combine a humanistic view of the world with humanisticsarcasm and provocative provocativecinematography . Some of these films are adapted from works by Czech writers such as provocativecinematographyBohumil Hrabal and provocativecinematographyBohumil HrabalVladislav Vančura .Menzel, a member... read more

Jiří Čeřovský

Jiří Čeřovský (born 1955, Semily ) is a regional Semilypolitician in the SemilypoliticianCzech Republic , and a member of Civic Democratic Party .Čeřovský graduated from Charles University with a Charles UniversityPhD in Charles UniversityPhDbiology and Charles UniversityPhDbiologychemistry . In the 1970s, he had reached excellent results in athletics (he won all athleticsCzechoslovakia n masterships from 1975 to 1983 and had represented Czechoslovakia in world championships).... read more

Jiří Mahen

Jiří Mahen (12 December 1882 – 22 May 1939) was a Czech Czechnovelist , Czechnovelistplaywright and Czechnovelistplaywrightessayist .== Life ==He was born Antonín Vančura, in CzechnovelistplaywrightessayistČáslav , to an old noble family of the Bohemian Brethren faith. In his grammar-school years he became an anarchist . He later studied anarchistlinguistics of the Czech and German languages at GermanPrague University . After 1910, he worked as a journalist for '' GermanPrague... read more

Jiří Kučný

Jiří Kučný is a Czech professional ice hockey defenceman who is currently playing for HKm Zvolen in the Slovak Extraliga. read more

Jiří Polák

Jiří Polák (born August 10, 1977) is a Czech professional ice hockey defenceman currently playing in Slovakia with HK Nitra of the Slovak Extraliga. He has also played 468 games in the Czech Extraliga. read more

Jiří Tancibudek

Jiří Tancibudek AM (5 March 19211 May 2004) was a Czech-born Australian oboist, conductor and teacher of great renown in his adopted country and elsewhere. His obituary in the ''Adelaide Review'', titled "Prince of the oboe", said of his playing:==Biography==Jiří Tancibudek was born at Mnichovo Hradiště, Czechoslovakia (now in the Czech Republic). His first teacher was Jan Mikeš. He studied at the Prague Conservatory, and in 1944 became oboist with the National Theatre Orchestra. In 1945... read more

Jiří Kopáč

Jiří Kopáč (; born 23 February 1982) is a Czech rower. He competed in the Men's lightweight coxless four event at the 2012 Summer Olympics.==References==Category:Olympic rowers of the Czech RepublicCategory:Rowers at the 2012 Summer OlympicsCategory:Rowers at the 2016 Summer Olympics read more

Jiří Kynos

Jiří Kynos (born 24 March 1943 in Třebechovice pod Orebem) is a Czech former athlete who competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics.==References==Category:Olympic athletes of CzechoslovakiaCategory:Athletes (track and field) at the 1972 Summer OlympicsCategory:European Athletics Championships medalists read more

Jiří Granát

Jiří Granát (born 28 January 1955) is a former professional tennis player from the Czech Republic who competed for Czechoslovakia.==Career==Granát took part in the main singles draw of nine Grand Slam tournaments during his career. He made the third round of the 1979 French Open, beating Jose Luis Damiani and then Francisco González. His only other Grand Slam third round appearances both came in 1982. He reached the third round of the men's doubles at the 1982 French Open (with Stanislav Birner)... read more

Jiří Kabeš

Jiří Kabeš, alias ''Kába'' (* 26 March 1946 in Křemín, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech rock singer, violist, violinist, guitarist and songwriter. From 1970 he is member of The Plastic People of the Universe which he play on viola and violin, occasionally sings and play on theremin. early seventies he played with rock'n'roll group ''The Old Teenagers''. Since 1997 he is also member of The Velvet Underground Revival Band which plays the guitar. He was also a member of Milan Hlavsa's band called ''Půlnoc''... read more

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