Pavel Juráček

Pavel Juráček (; 2 August 1935 – 20 May 1989,) was a Czech screenwriter and film director who studied at FAMU. Juráček started as a screenwriter for many Czech New Wave movies until he became a director. He worked at Prague Barrandov Studios; however after his satirical movie ''Case for a Rookie Hangman'' (1970) was shelved, he was fired from Barrandov and wasn't allowed to make movies anymore. Provided by Wikipedia
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