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Edit Cast Credited cast: Ljubomir Ubavkic Zivota Cvijovic Miodrag Petrovic-Ckalja Mara Cvijovic - supruga Mirko Babic Milorad Cvijovic - sin Mira Ilic Slavka Cvijovic Klara Cedomir Petrovic Velimir Pavlovic Ruzica Sokic G-dja Draga Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Melita Bihali Clanica uprave obdanista Nenad Ciganovic Rajser Danica Markovic Sobarica Mladen Nedeljkovic Nikolic Antonio Papic Pepika Mira Peic Clanica uprave obdanista Silvija Poleto Genres: Comedy.
Add the first question. Edit Details Country: Yugoslavia. Language: Serbo-Croatian. Runtime: 92 min. Sound Mix: Mono. Color: Color. Edit page. Clear your history.
He also worked as a journalist and a civil servant. He was often referred to as the Serbian and Balkan Gogol. Young Alkibijad completed his primary education in Smederevo , a port town along the Danube , before returning to Belgrade to complete his secondary education. The couple had three children, one of whom died in infancy. Shortly thereafter, he became the head dramaturgist of the National Theatre in Belgrade. In , he left his new post and moved to Belgrade to work as a journalist. He climbed a balcony at the National Theatre, railed against the "plunder" of Serbian lands by Austria-Hungary, and demanded immediate military action.