Josef Somr  

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Josef Somr (1934 – 2022) was a Czech actor. He was noted for starring in the Oscar-winning 1966 film Closely Watched Trains, as well as in The Joke.

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Angel of the Lord (film), Černí baroni (film), Cirkus Humberto, Closely Watched Trains, Což takhle dát si špenát, Dobří holubi se vracejí, Fešák Hubert, Fruit of Paradise, Funeral Ceremonies, Hospital at the End of the City, Hotel for Strangers, How Poets Are Enjoying Their Lives, How Poets Are Losing Their Illusions, How Poets Wait for a Miracle, How the World Is Losing Poets, I'm All Good, Jak básníci neztrácejí naději, Konec básníků v Čechách, Kousek nebe, List of Czechoslovak films, Morgiana (film), My Sweet Little Village, Pan Tau, Poslední propadne peklu, Smoke on the Potato Fields, Spring of Life (2000 film), Thalia Awards, The Drama Club, The End of Old Times, The Joke (film), The Oddsockeaters, The Snowdrop Festival, The Valley of the Bees, Those Wonderful Movie Cranks, Vracov, Žena za pultem

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