Two Years' Vacation (film)

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The Stolen Airship
The stolen airship.jpg
Directed by Karel Zeman
Produced by Zdeněk Novák
Written by Radovan Krátky
Jules Verne (story)
Music by Jan Novák
Cinematography Josef Novotný
Bronislau Pikhart
Edited by Jan Chaloupek
Release dates
  • 1966 (1966)
Running time
88 minutes
Country Italy
Czechoslovakia
Language Czech

Two Years' Vacation (Czech: Ukradená vzducholod ("The Stolen Airship"); Italian: I ragazzi del capitano Nemo) is a 1966 live-action/animated film by Czech filmmaker Karel Zeman.[1] The story is based loosely on Jules Verne's novels Two Years' Vacation and The Mysterious Island. The film in Art Nouveau style consists of live-action scenes, generally shot in black and white, as well as hand-drawn, stop motion, and cutout animation. Various live-action and animated elements are often composited into the same scene.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The stolen airship". Karel Zeman Muzeum. Retrieved 20 February 2016. 

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