Pan Twardowski (1921 film)

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Pan Twardowski
Directed by Wiktor Bieganski
Produced by Józef Szwajcer
Written by Wiktor Bieganski
Mieczyslaw Szerer
Adam Zagórski
Starring Bronislaw Oranowski
Wanda Jarszewska
Antoni Nowara-Piekarski
Maria Krzyzanowska
Cinematography Stanislaw Sebel
Production
company
Polfilma
Release dates February 1921
Country Poland
Language Silent
Polish intertitles

Pan Twardowski is a 1921 Polish silent fantasy film directed by Wiktor Bieganski and starring Bronislaw Oranowski, Wanda Jarszewska and Antoni Nowara-Piekarski. Bieganski was hired by the Polish government to make the film in an effort to foster a greater sense of Polish national identity - particularly in the ethnically mixed Upper Silesia.[1] It is one of many films based on the legend of Pan Twardowski.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Skaff p.73

Bibliography[edit]

  • Skaff, Sheila. The Law of the Looking Glass: Cinema in Poland, 1896–1939. Ohio University Press, 2008.

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