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HUDBA SRDCÍ   [Assigned Title]

Country of Origin: Czech Republic
Year of origin: 1934
Genre: Feature Film
Locations of shooting: Praha: Hradčany, Staré zámecké schody, Písek, Slovensko: Vysoké Tatry, Praha: Hradčany, Vltava, Praha: nádraží Hlavní (dříve Wilsonovo), Písek: nádraží, Velká Británie: Londýn (London), Rakousko: Vídeň (Wien), Londýn, Vídeň: Vídeňská opera, Praha: Malá Strana, Vysoké Tatry: Štrbské pleso

Director: Svatopluk Innemann
Screenplay: Quido E. Kujal
  H. Winter
Production company: Beda,Heller
Music: Josef Kumok
Director of photography: Václav Vích

Talented violinist Milada Bendlová finishes her studies at the conservatory, and thanks to the financial support of the violin maestro Strada, she may continue her studies in Písek with Professor Ševčík. Strada's son Karel loves Milada and the separation bothers him. Professor Ševčík is enthusiastic about Milada's art. On his recommendation she is taken on by impresario Benoni, who organizes world tours. Milada makes her appearance with the renowned tenor Štěpán Urbanec. Both have enormous success. The singer is surrounded by women, but he wants to win the heart of Milada. Thus he takes her to his home town in the High Tatras. For publicity Benoni publicly announces their engagement. Both artists are taken unawares by this. In addition, Urbanec is followed by his jealous lover Věra Madenová. Karel is also jealous, but he eventually reconciles with Milada and as proof of his love comes to her concert. However Věra unexpectedly shows up and during the middle of the performance she shoots Milada. Milada is only lightly wounded. Karel tends to her while Urbanec finishes the concert. But maestro Strada unfortunately does not live to see Karel's reconciliation with Milada.

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Sound: Sound film
Aspect: 1:1,19
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