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Obrad Bučo Gluščević

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Birthplace: Metković, Croatia
Death: Died in Zagreb, Croatia
Place of Burial: Zagreb, Croatia
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Son of Patricio Gluščević and <private> Gluščević (Carević)
Husband of Maja Gluščević
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Father of <private> Gluščević and <private> Gluščević
Brother of <private> Gluščević; <private> Gluščević; <private> Gluščević and <private> Gluščević

Occupation: režiser movie director
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About Obrad Bučo Gluščević

Director Obrad Gluscevic was best known for making comedies, children's films, and dramas that examined rural life in Yugoslavia. Gluscevic entered the entertainment industry as an actor in Dubrovnik shortly after the end of World War II. In film, Gluscevic gained experience directing short documentaries from 1948 through 1978. He helmed his first feature film, lito Vilovito/Mad Summer, in 1964. Gluscevic's last project, Jelenko/A Fawn (1980), was a 13-part television series.

Writer for:

1964 - A fairy summer 1965 - The man of the world 1968 - Naked man 1972 - Solitary Wolf 1974 - Captain Mikula the Little

Director 

Obrad Gluščević Izvor: Wikipedija Obrad Gluščević Rođenje 17. siječnja 1913. Metković Smrt 5. rujna 1980. Zagreb Zanimanje filmski redatelj Ostale nagrade Popis nagrada


http://hr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obrad_Glu%C5%A1%C4%8Devi%C4%87

Obrad Gluščević (Metković, 17. siječnja 1913. - Zagreb, 5. rujna 1980.), hrvatski filmski redatelj.

Autor legendarnog dječjeg filma "Vuk samotnjak" (1972.), uz Branka Bauera, Matu Relju i Vladimira Tadeja najznačajniji hrvatski autor koji se ogledao u žanru tzv. filma za djecu i omladinu. Pored Vuka samotnjaka, žanr je zadužio i "Kapetanom Mikulom Malim" (1974., i tv-serija), srednjemetražnim ostvarenjem "Priča o djevojčici i sapunu" (1962.) te tv-serijom "Jelenko" (1980.). Ostvario je i niz zapaženih, međunarodno nagrađivanih kratkometražnih dokumentarnih filmova (npr. "Vuk", 1962.; "Ljudi s Neretve", 1966., "Brđani i donjani", 1969.), dok ostatak njegova cjelovečernja igranofilmska opusa čini svojevrsna komedijska trilogija smještena u dalmatinski ambijent - "Lito vilovito" (1964.), "Čovik od svita" (1965.), "Goli čovik" (1968.). U Drugom svjetskom ratu bio je pripadnik partizanskog pokreta.

Nagrade [uredi]

Pula 64 - Posebna diploma žirija za režiju Republička nagrada Vladimir Nazor za životno djelo (1979.)

Filmografija [uredi]

Lito vilovito (1964.) Čovik od svita (1965.) Goli čovik (1968.) Vuk samotnjak (1972.) Kapetan Mikula Mali (1974.)

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Obrad Bučo Gluščević's Timeline

1913
January 17, 1913
Metković, Croatia
1980
September 5, 1980
Age 67
Zagreb, Croatia
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Croatia
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Zagreb, Croatia