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Do you know these characters from Polish movies?


Huur - | 19
19 Jul 2019  #61
@pawian

Who is he?

Alfons von Worden.
kaprys 2 | 1,784
19 Jul 2019  #62
Good job :)

I really can't recognise the character from mafketis's second riddle.

Grrr
Dougpol1 30 | 2,928
19 Jul 2019  #63
Janosik,

Never saw that one. Before my time!
OP pawian 159 | 9,428
19 Jul 2019  #64
Alfons von Worden.

Yes, very good. The film is considered the masterpiece of the Polish cinema, but the book is still better and more complicated: both are titled The Manuscript found in Saragossa. Unfortunately, a difficult film, when I played it to my teenage kids, they thought I was crazy.

I really can't recognise the character from mafketis's second riddle.

I already answered it in 55. The film Wielki Szu. I loved and read the book several times but when I saw the film for the first time, I hated it. Only recently I took to it. Nowicki at his best, as usual.

pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wielki_Szu

Do you remember that beauty?



Huur - | 19
19 Jul 2019  #65
but the book is still better and more complicated

And we don't know what is the last shape of this story.

Do you remember that beauty?

I'll give chance to foreign members of this forum :-)
kaprys 2 | 1,784
19 Jul 2019  #66
And the winged hussars arrived. ..

There's someone I really want to post here but I can't :/
OP pawian 159 | 9,428
19 Jul 2019  #67
Topless Kmicic hanging from the ceiling?
kaprys 2 | 1,784
19 Jul 2019  #68
@pawian
Lol. No. I'don't rather see Janosik before the execution; )
As for Olbrychski, in one interview he told an anectode about the times after Pan Wołodyjowski was released. He noticed two pretty ladies following him and then one said: Jaki on jest ryży;)

I just can't upload a pic here. It's of a character from a different film.
mafketis 20 | 7,159
19 Jul 2019  #69
I'don't rather see Janosik before the execution

yeah, the end of series makes it cleat what will happen, who wants to see it?

As for Olbrychski

I've read (don't ask when or where) that in person he's actually really hideous looking but he photographs well (especially by movie cameras) which is why got away with being a romantic lead for so long. He wouldn't be the first romantic lead to not look the part in real life...
kaprys 2 | 1,784
20 Jul 2019  #70
@mafketis
That was actually autocorrect - I meant 'I'd rather see''. :)
But you're right, I don't think it's necessary to show the execution.
Still the best part of the series , imho, was Kwiczoł :)

Now who's he?



Lenka 2 | 1,365
20 Jul 2019  #71
@ Kaprys

I remember the scene perfectly but I can't remember the character's name...But great scene :)

Since we are supposed to have parity here time for non human character ;)



kaprys 2 | 1,784
20 Jul 2019  #72
@Lenka
I just love the acting in that part of the film :)
As for your riddle, it's not Alex so it's gotta be either Cywil or Szarik. :)
Chemikiem 6 | 1,888
20 Jul 2019  #73
Good job :)

Thanks kaprys

Szarik.

From Czterej pancerni i pies?
Lenka 2 | 1,365
20 Jul 2019  #74
As for your riddle, it's not Alex so it's gotta be either Cywil or Szarik. :)

That's not fair- you listed all doggie chatacters! But such cheeky (read lpng haired) dog is only one, which one?
OP pawian 159 | 9,428
20 Jul 2019  #75
I remember the scene perfectly but I can't remember the character's name...But great scene :)

That German soldier`s name is unimportant, he is the assistant/secretary/typist for the Gestapo officer who interrrogates the Polish POW.

But such cheeky (read lpng haired) dog is only one, which one?

Judging by his/its long dark coat, it must be Cywil, the communist police dog. Szarik had short fair fur. :)
Ziemowit 12 | 3,455
20 Jul 2019  #76
Do you remember that beauty?

This is king Jan Kazimierz Waza (1609-1672)
Lenka 2 | 1,365
20 Jul 2019  #77
That German soldier`s name is unimportant, he is the assistant/secretary/typist for the Gestapo officer who interrrogates the Polish POW

That I knew :) And he had to do it only bacuse his superior couldn't :D

Judging by his/its long dark coat, it must be Cywil,

Point:) Beautiful creature by the way.
Ziemowit 12 | 3,455
20 Jul 2019  #78
Jan Kazimierz Waza in a painting.

jk
Lenka 2 | 1,365
20 Jul 2019  #79
What a crush I had...



kaprys 2 | 1,784
20 Jul 2019  #80
That's Bogusław Radziwiłł from the Deluge.
There's a great video of the scene with winged hussars in battle from the film and the main theme from Pan Wołodyjowski where you can see him.

youtu.be/8nW3it4piK4

@Lenka
That's of course Bohun from With the Fire and Sword. As someone once put it, Helena chose Skrzetuski and the rest of the women chose Bohun. Domogorow played the character in such a charismatic way that people chose to forget he was a crazy murderer.

As for the German typist he is actually addressed by his name in the film. Watch it for the sake of having a laugh :)
As for the dog, well I googled now both Szarik and Cywil and as pawian said it must be Cywil.
But googling stuff might give you some information you don't want to know like the fact that the dog that played Szarik was stuffed after it died :/

Now how about this lovely lady?



Lenka 2 | 1,365
20 Jul 2019  #81
You scared me with that Radziwiłł:) I thought you lost your mind :) Oh yes, I was Bohun girl all the way :)

And of course it's babka from Sami Swoi :)

As to Sharik- as long as they didn't kill him prematurely to do it it doesn't bother me too much.



OP pawian 159 | 9,428
20 Jul 2019  #82
you some information you don't want to know like the fact that the dog that played Szarik was stuffed after it died :/

And that there were a few Szariks, in fact.

That I knew :)

Of course, I know you knew.:):) I write these explanations for other participants or just readers.

As for your new picture, it is this lady from the long novel Days and Nights. Barbara Niechcic. I always resented her cause she doesn `t love her husband who is such a decent guy. I don`t remember why she marries him at all, but she has never forgotten her first love. That is unfair.
Lenka 2 | 1,365
20 Jul 2019  #83
She married him because she couldn't marry her love and money. But in the end it's a tragic story of a women looking for love all her life not realising she has it.

She irritates me but I do feel sorry for her
kaprys 2 | 1,784
20 Jul 2019  #84
Bogumił, Bogumil, Bogumił
Co, Basiu, co?
A nic. Ja tak z przyzwyczajenia.

I felt sorry for Bogumił. She was a hag (IMO) and he was such a decent guy. And all of this just because another guy got into a pond to pick up some waterlillies. Had he loved her, he'd have stayed with her.

@Lenka
Bohun appeared after I had started typing the post :)
Another easy one but I really like this actor.



OP pawian 159 | 9,428
20 Jul 2019  #85
Is this Brunner, that repulsive German, from a series about intelligence agent Kloss, filmed when he wants to slash Kloss in two with his swords, like Wołodyjowski slashed Bohun????
kaprys 2 | 1,784
20 Jul 2019  #86
@pawian
You're close :)
OP pawian 159 | 9,428
20 Jul 2019  #87
Oops, I must have been blind. This is King Jagiełło in Teutonic Knights, the first Polish colour film ever.

Who and what is he?



mafketis 20 | 7,159
20 Jul 2019  #88
What about her?

iga

(this might be slightly tricky...)
OP pawian 159 | 9,428
20 Jul 2019  #89
Yes, tricky, I have no idea.
Chemikiem 6 | 1,888
20 Jul 2019  #90
This one is probably too easy:





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