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Aesop is a film of genre Drama directed by Rangel Valchanov with Georgi Kaloyanchev

Aesop (1970)

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Ezop is a 1969 Czechoslovak film. The film starred Josef Kemr and Davzad Twast-Kafka. It was a minor success upon release, with the film's repeated line 'to help me' becoming symbolic of Prague in the early 1970s.



^ "Josef Kemr". Czech Film Database. Retrieved August 15, 2010.

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