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|Camel Through the Eye of a Needle|
|Directed by||Hugo Haas|
|Written by||Hugo Haas|
|Based on||Velbloud uchem jehly|
by František Langer
|Produced by||Josef Stein|
|Edited by||Jan Kohout|
|Music by||Julius Kalaš|
Camel Through the Eye of a Needle (Czech: Velbloud uchem jehly) is a 1936 Czech comedy film directed by and starring Hugo Haas. The title is an allusion to the "eye of a needle" aphorism. It's a second movie adaptation of the play by František Langer after the 1926 film Never the Twain.
Alík, son of a wealthy chocolate factory owner Adolf Vilím, is set to marry Nina Štěpánková from a wealthy family. But Alík is not interested in Nina. He gets to know the beggar Pešta and his falls in love with his step-daughter Zuzka.
- Hugo Haas as Beggar Josef Pešta
- Antonie Nedošínská as Aloise Peštová
- Jiřina Štěpničková as Zuzka Peštová
- Rudolf Deyl Sr. as Adolf Vilím
- Pavel Herbert as Alík Vilím
- Oldřich Nový as Butler Alfons
- Eduard Blažek as Secretary
- Růžena Šlemrová as Mrs. Štěpánová
- Adina Mandlová as Nina Štěpánová
- Jindřich Plachta as Pavel Bezchyba
- Jan Pivec as Fred Krupička
- Božena Šustrová as Nina's friend
- Never the Twain (1926)
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