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The death of the Czech actress Libius Safrankova, famous for her role in the film “Three Nuts for Cinderella”, was absent as she died on Wednesday at the age of 68, CNN Prima News reports, citing her son.
In this very famous film, directed by Czech Vaclav Vorlichich in 1973, Libius Safrankova plays the role of a very young Cinderella, who dances and wields a crossbow and climbing trees.
German actors such as Karola Braunbock, Rolf Hoebe and Karen Lech have played key roles in the film, which is broadcast annually on television in the Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Part of the film was filmed in the picturesque Moritzburg castle in Saxony in the former German Democratic Republic, where an annual exhibition dedicated to him has been held since 2009.
Safrankova is very popular in her country, she starred in dozens of films, including “Kolya”, which won an Oscar in 1996, as well as in many films and television series.
The actress has been battling lung cancer for many years and is married to actor Yosef Abraham, who starred in the 2011 film Life, directed by the late Czech president and playwright Vaclav Havel.
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