Czechoslovakian movie stars died at 76

Here are 3 famous actresses from Czechoslovakia died at 76:

Lola Skrbková

Lola Skrbková (February 16, 1902 Čáslav-September 28, 1978 Brno) was a Czechoslovakian actor.

She began her acting career in the 1920s and went on to become a prominent figure in Czechoslovakian theatre and film. She is best known for her roles in films such as "The Shop on Main Street" (1965) and "Loves of a Blonde" (1965), both directed by Czech New Wave pioneer Jiří Menzel. Skrbková was also a member of the National Theatre in Prague, where she performed in numerous productions throughout her career. In addition to her acting work, she was also a vocal advocate for women's rights and was involved in several feminist organizations in Czechoslovakia.

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Blanka Waleská

Blanka Waleská (May 19, 1910 Cerhenice-July 6, 1986 Prague) also known as Blanka Vedlichová or Blanka Wedlichová was a Czechoslovakian actor.

She made her stage debut in 1930 at the Vinohrady Theatre in Prague, and went on to perform in numerous productions throughout her career. Waleská also appeared in several films, including "The Shop on Main Street" for which she received critical acclaim for her portrayal of Mrs. Lautmannová. Her acting career was interrupted by World War II, during which she was sent to a concentration camp, but she returned to the stage and screen after the war. In addition to her acting work, Waleská was also known for her activism and was involved in various political and social causes throughout her life.

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Nataša Gollová

Nataša Gollová (February 27, 1912 Brno-October 29, 1988 Prague) a.k.a. Ada Goll, Natasa Gollova or Natasa Hodácová was a Czechoslovakian actor.

Gollová started her career in the 1930s and quickly became a prominent actress in Czechoslovakia during the interwar period. She appeared in more than 90 movies and was known for her roles in films such as "The Shop on Main Street" (1965) and "Marketa Lazarová" (1967).

She also worked as a theater actress, appearing in productions at the National Theatre in Prague and the Vinohrady Theatre. Gollová was awarded the title of the Merited Artist in 1961 and the title of National Artist in 1986 for her contributions to Czechoslovakian film and theater.

In addition to her successful career as an actress, Gollová was also an accomplished translator and writer. She translated the works of many authors from English and French into Czech, and also wrote several novels and plays.

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