“Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella” was shown for the first time in 1973. Today most of the actors in the fairy tale film are already dead. One of the few who is still alive is Daniela Hlavsova. Today we’ll show you what it looks like.
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To many it is the quintessence of a Christmas movie: “Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella“. The music, the story and the snow-covered background are just a part of it, just like the characters, even if they’re sometimes pretty badass. For example, actress Daniela Hlavsova played Dora, Cinderella’s step-sister Dora in the movie And her mother made life difficult for the protagonist, treating the young woman like a maid, who has to separate the lentils from the corn or clean the oven.
“Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella” was not Hlavsova’s first role in a TV production. Before that, she starred in two Czech TV series and one TV movie. However, these were not translated into German. After the 1973 fairy tale film, the Czech was seen in “Zwei Mann zur Stell” in 1975 and “The Secret of the Wicker Basket” in 1978. His last film was in the film “Bastardi 3” in 2012.
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Hlaváčová is now focusing on an art school in Prague. He is in charge of it. She only appears sporadically on television. The star of the Christmas classic has a daughter and celebrated her 76th birthday this year.
Daniela Hlavsova is one of the few who played a major role in “Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella” and is still alive today. your colleague libuzhe safrankovasWho imitated Cinderella, He died in a hospital in Prague that summer, just two days after his 68th birthday. It is said that he had an operation in the evening. The actress had lung cancer.
Carola Braunbock, who played Dora’s birth mother and Cinderella’s stepmother, died in 1978 in East Berlin at the age of 54. German actor Rolf Höppe, who played King in the film, has also passed away. He passed away in November 2018 at the age of 87.
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