Václav Vorlícek

03.06.1930, Prague, Czechoslovakia (today Czech Republic),


Vorlícek is a director and screenwriter. He studied directing at the Prague film school FAMU from 1951 to 1956. As a student he made several short films and after graduation he got a job in the Barandov film studio. He made his first feature film Prípad Lupínek in 1960. His most famous films are the sci-fi comedy Kdo chce zabít Jessii? (1966) and the modern adaptation of Cinderella Three Nuts for Cinderella (Tri orísky pro Popelku, 1973). His other films are Konec agenta W4C prostrednicttvim psa Pana Foustky (1967), Pane, vy jste vdova! (1970), Dívka na kosteti (1972), Tomas and the Falcon King (Sokoliar Tomáš, 1999).


Films by this director

The End of Agent W4C

(Konec agenta W4C prostrednictvím psa pana Foustky, 1967)

Directed by: Václav Vorlícek
PHOTOGRAPHY: Frantisek Uldrich

This is a parody of spy films, such as those about James Bond. The hero is the secret agent Cyril Juan, known also by his code name “W4C”.

b/w, 35 mm, 87 min
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