The Blue 9

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The Blue 9
Plavi 9
Directed by Krešo Golik
assistant directors:
Ante Babaja
Vladimir Krstulović
Written by Krešo Golik
Hrvoje Macanović
Geno Senečić
Starring Antun Nalis
Irena Kolesar
Music by Bruno Bjelinski
Cinematography Nikola Tanhofer
Slavko Zalar
Distributed by Jadran Film
Release date
  • 1950 (1950)
Running time
95 minutes
Country Yugoslavia
Language Croatian

The Blue 9 (Plavi 9) is a 1950 Croatian football comedy film. The film was directed by Krešo Golik.

That film is a bizarre mixture of the Soviet-style industrial epic, romantic comedy and football film. It is famous for superbly directed football sequences. After release it quickly became the biggest hit of then-young Yugoslav cinema.

This film is first Croatian movie with sport as the main topic. The Blue 9 is also first Croatian comedy film from sound era.

Movie was filmed on the locations in Croatia (Split, Rijeka and Zagreb) and in Serbia (Belgrade).

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