Stanisław Bareja

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Stanisław Bareja

Born
5 December 1929
Warsaw, Poland
Died
14 June 1987
Essen
Occupation
director, actor, writer, comedian
Career milestones
Wife for an Australian (1963)
Man - Woman Wanted (1972)
A Jungle Book of Regulations (1974)
Teddy Bear (1980)
Alternatywy 4 (1983)
Zmiennicy (1986)
Unofficial website
www.bareja.republika.pl
Bareja's Comedies Fan-Club
www.komedie.mocny.com

Stanisław Bareja (5 December 1929 in Warsaw – 14 June 1987 in Essen) was a Polish comedy film director.[1] Some of his films (mostly comedies) have reached cult status in Poland.

His most famous film is Teddy Bear (Miś), filmed in 1980. His last work was Zmiennicy, a TV series completed in 1986 and aired in 1987.

On 21 September 2006 Bareja was posthumously awarded the Commander's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta by President Lech Kaczynski and in 2005, a street in Warsaw was named after Stanislaw Bareja.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Stanisław Bareja at the Internet Polish Movie Database (Polish)

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