Svatba v korálovém moři

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Svatba v korálovém moři (Wedding in the Coral Sea, German: Hochzeit im Korallenmeer) is a 1943 Czechoslovak animated short film. It was written, animated and directed by a group of Czech cartoonists including Jiří Brdečka, Jaroslav Kándl, Eduard Hofman, Břetislav Pojar, Václav Bedřich, Stanislav Látal, Jaroslav Doubrava and Josef Kluge in German-occupied Prague in AFIT studios.[1] German cartoonist Horst von Möllendorff was appointed as an official director, while his role in the making of the movie was in fact minimal.[2] The movie was released only after the end of the war in 1945.

The plot involves the creatures of the sea preparing for the wedding of two fish. When the fish bride is kidnapped by an octopus all the sea creatures must team up to defeat him and rescue the bride.

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  1. ^ "Krátký film dětem". Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  2. ^ "Schatten des Krieges" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-09-12. 

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