About the film
based on play or musical
Anton Spelec, Sharp-Shooter
Release Date: December 16, 1932
|Production Companies||:||Meissner Film Prague|
|Writers||:||Emil Artur Longen, Jaroslav Mottl, Josef Neuberg|
Anton Špelec (Vlasta Burin) is a producer of musical instruments by trade but a sharp-shooter at heart. He expects to be awarded a medal at a large parade in town where veteran sharp-shooters will be honored. When the town council is one medal short, Anton must wait another year for his prized possession. He drowns his disappointment in drink at the local pub and becomes so drunk that he insults the emperor who sentences him to jail. Instead of fulfilling the emperor’s orders himself, Anton sends his employee in his stead.