I Dutifully Report AKA Poslusne hlásím (1958) Karel Steklý, Rudolf Hrusínský, Svatopluk Benes, Jaroslav Marvan

Poslusne hlasim (1958)
This is sequel of the adaptation of the famous satiric tale of well-intending soldier Schweik by Jaroslav Hasek. At the beginning of the story Lieutenant Lukas and his batman Schweik are on the way to Ceske Budejovice. Schweik together with train conductor accidentally pull the emergency brake. At the Tabor station he is asked to pay a penalty for a train delay. Some kind gentleman pays a penalty for him and gives him money for a new ticket. However, Schweik drinks the money away. Thus he must go to Budejovice on foot. On his way he gets into many grotesque situations.

Also Known As (AKA): Melde gehorsamst, Beg To Report, Sir

IMDB

File Name : Beg To Report Sir 1958.mkv
File Size : 1464.46 MB
Resolution : 714×572 @ 762×572
Duration : 01:35:04
Video : AVC, 1 950 kb/s, 24.000 FPS
Audio : AC-3, 192 kb/s (CBR), 48.0 kHz, 2 channels, 1 stream

Quality: DVDRip
Language: Czech
Subs: English, German, Czech (embedded)
Genre: Comedy, War

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