Czechoslovakian movie stars died in 1974

Here are 1 famous actors from Czechoslovakia died in 1974:

Jaroslav Marvan

Jaroslav Marvan (December 11, 1901 Prague-May 21, 1974 Prague) also known as Jar. Marvan, J. Mavran or J. Marvan was a Czechoslovakian actor. He had one child, Alena Marvanov√°.

Marvan began his acting career in the 1920s, performing in various plays and films. He became well-known for his comedic roles and appeared in numerous popular Czechoslovakian films, including "The Good Soldier Svejk" (1931), "The Embezzled Shadow" (1932), and "Hynek's Romance" (1940). During his career, he also worked as a director and screenwriter.

Marvan's popularity continued after World War II, and he continued to act in films throughout the 1950s and 1960s, appearing in such films as "The White Plague" (1956), "The Fabulous World of Jules Verne" (1958), and "If a Thousand Clarinets" (1965). In addition to his work in film, Marvan also performed on radio and television.

Marvan was known for his distinctive voice, which became a trademark of his performances. He was often compared to the American comedian W.C. Fields due to his similar style of humor. Marvan remained a beloved figure in Czechoslovakian popular culture and continues to be remembered for his contributions to Czech cinema.

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