Neberte nám princeznú

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Neberte nám princeznú
Nebertenamprinceznudvd.jpg
The cover of DVD release
Directed by Martin Hoffmeister
Produced by Karel Dvořák
Written by
  • Martin Hoffmeister
  • Alta Vášová (libretto)
Starring
Music by
Cinematography Rudolf Milič
Production
company
Distributed by Dikrama
Release date
  • 1981 (1981)
Running time
56 minutes
Country Czechoslovakia
Language Slovak

Neberte nám princeznú (English: Let the Princess Stay with Us) is a modern version of the Snowhite and the Seven Dwarfs fairytale, starring Marika Gombitová. The musical was directed by Martin Hoffmeister, and released in 1981.

Synopsis[edit]

Girl Katka (Marika Gombitová) is frustrated and restless. She escapes from home and finds herself in the orphanage. Seven orphan boys hide her and call her "Princess". But Katka is soon uncovered and her frantic mother is on the way.

Credits[edit]

Cast[edit]

  • Marika Gombitová as Katka
  • Miroslav Žbirka as Katka's boyfriend
  • Marie Rottrová as mother
  • Luděk Sobota as father
  • Petr Nárožný as director of orphanage
  • Mária Hájková as cleaner
  • Jozef Vrábel as orphan boy
  • Michal Vrábel as orphan boy
  • Matúš Cinzer as orphan boy
  • Roman Haša as orphan boy
  • Ján Kovačič as orphan boy
  • Viera Hladká
  • Hana Talpová
  • Jan Kanyza
  • Ľudovít Tóth

Soundtrack[edit]

Neberte nám princeznú
Nebertenamprinceznu.jpg
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released 19 November 2001 (2001-11-19)
Recorded 1980
Genre Pop
Length 35:36
Label BMG (#74321 90447)
Marika Gombitová chronology
Úsmev
(1998)Úsmev1998
Neberte nám princeznú
(2001)
Modrý album
(2001)
Back cover of the release
Nebertenamprinceznu2.jpg
Modrý album2001

Neberte nám princeznú is the original picture soundtrack released on BMG on 19 November 2001.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Dežo Ursiny and Ján Štrasser.

No. Title Performer(s) Length
1. "Dieťa z dobrej rodiny" Marika Gombitová 2:42
2. "Dieťa z dobrej rodiny II" Gombitová and Miroslav Žbirka 1:35
3. "Dvaja" Žbirka 2:53
4. "Som taká, aká som" Marie Rottrová 1:51
5. "Šaty" Gombitová 3:07
6. "To ste vy!" Žbirka 2:12
7. "Svitá" Gombitová 2:24
8. "Rozhádzané postele" Children's cast 2:36
9. "Čo nám už rukami prešlo detí" Children's cast and teachers 3:50
10. "Hľadá sa dieťa z dobrej rodiny" Rottrová and Žbirka 2:29
11. "Budem tu s vami" Gombitová 2:32
12. "Trochu tuším, trochu viem" Gombitová 2:29
13. "Teraz pekne pôjdeš domov!" Rottrová 1:54
14. "Tri slová" Gombitová, Žbirka and Rottrová 3:02
Total length: 35:36

Official releases[edit]

  • 2001: Neberte nám princeznú, CD, BMG, #74321 90447
  • 2004: Neberte nám princeznú, DVD, Dikrama, #0014 9331

Credits and personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
The 100 Greatest Slovak Albums of All Time[3] 27

Sales certifications[edit]

ČNS IFPI[edit]

In Slovakia, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry for the Czech Republic (ČNS IFPI) awards artists since the cancellation of the Slovak national section (SNS IFPI). Currently, there are awarded Gold (for 3,000 units), and/or Platinum certifications (for 6,000 units), exclusively for album releases.[4] Gombitová demonstrably won at least seven platinum, and three golden awards in total.[5]

Year Nominated work Award Format Result
2005 Neberte nám princeznú Gold CD Won
2006 Platinum Won

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ Ulman, Miroslav (2001-10-26). "Neberte nám princeznú Soundtrack Is About To Be Released". InZine (in Slovak). Gratex International. inzine.sk. 
  2. ^ Various Artists (2001). Neberte nám princeznú (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). Various Artists. Slovakia: BMG Music. 
  3. ^ "Exclusive List: The 100 Greatest Slovak Albums". Nový čas (in Slovak). Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. cas.sk. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  4. ^ "International Certification Award Levels" (PDF). International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. IFPI. September 2010. ifpi.org. Retrieved 2011-04-10. 
  5. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, pp. 418–419.

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