Josip Vandot - Kekec Na Hudi Poti 3 album flac
- Album: Kekec Na Hudi Poti 3
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- Published By – Založba Obzorja Maribor
- Printed By – Drago Kacijan
- Directed By, Adapted By [Dramatizacija] – Jože Vozny
- Edited By [Glasbeni urednik] – Vilko Ovsenik*
- Edited By [Za založbo] – Mag. Marjan Žnidarič*
- Engineer [Tonski tehnik] – Metka Rojc
- Illustration – Dunja Kofler
- Music By – Borut Lesjak
- Music By [Glasbena oprema] – Marko Stopar
- Voice Actor [Jerica] – Irena Duša
- Voice Actor [Kekec] – David Kladnik
- Voice Actor [Mama] – Jerica Mrzel
- Voice Actor [Oče] – Roman Končar
- Voice Actor [Prisanek] – Iztok Jereb
- Voice Actor [Tinkara] – Ana Duša
- Voice Actor [Škrlatica] – Judita Hahn
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Kekec is a Slovenian fictional child character created by Josip Vandot in 1918 when it was first published in Kekec on the Hard Path (Kekec na hudi poti) at the Zvonček (year19 publication. Kekec (Mežnarčev Gregec) - is widely recognized as a Slovenian superhero and cultural icon. Kekec is a brave boy, a fearless shepherd from the highlands of his home region, Kranjska Gora and Julian Alps.
Kekec na volčji sledi. Kekec je junak, ki se ne ustraši niti čudaške Pe. ore. Shelve Kekec na volčji sledi. Book 3. Kekec nad samotnim breznom. Ponatis v letih 1977, 1978, 1981 in 1985.
Josip Vandot - Kekec Na Hudi Poti 3 (Cass). Slovenski Oktet - Katrca (Album).
Works by Josip Vandot. Kekec nad samotnim breznom (Moja knjiznica) 2 copies. Kekec na hudi poti 1 copy. Josip Vandot is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Josip Vandot is composed of 1 name.
Josip Vandot 15 January 1884 11 July 1944 was a Slovene writer and poet who wrote mainly for young readers Josip vandot google doodle Biography Work Refe. He wrote three books with Kekec as the main character: Kekec na hudi poti (Kekec on the Hard Path, 1918). Kekec na volčji sledi (Kekec on the Wolf Trail, 1922). Kekec nad samotnim breznom (Kekec Above the Lonely Abyss, 1924). The Kekec books were adapted into three films about the character, although only the first was a direct adaptation of the first book: Kekec (1951). Srečno, Kekec (1963) (Good Luck, Kekec) – the first Slovene colour film. Kekčeve ukane (1968) (Kekec's Wiles).
Josip Vandot (15 January 1884 – 11 July 1944) was a Slovene writer and poet who wrote mainly for young readers. Josip Vandot Street, Kranjska Gora. Vandot was born in Kranjska Gora in Upper Carniola, then part of Austria-Hungary, now in Slovenia. Under the interwar Kingdom of Yugoslavia, he was employed as a railway official in Maribor. In 1941, after the area was annexed by Germany, Vandot was deported to Croatia. The Kekec books were adapted into three films about the character, although only the first was a direct adaptation of the first book
Kekec is a Slovenian fictional child character created by Josip Vandot in 1918 when it was first published in Kekec on the Hard Path (Kekec na hudi poti) at the Zvonček (year19 publication. Kekec is a 1951 Slovene/Yugoslavian adventures-youth film directed by Jože Gale. Film was based on the Kekec Above the Lonely Abyss (Kekec nad samotnim breznom), a mountain narrative by Josip Vandot, last of three stories about Kekec, which was published in Slovenian youth magazine Zvonček in 1924. Film was produced by Triglav Film and originally distributed by Vesna film, currently.
1918 Kekec na hudi poti (Kekec on the Hard Path). 1924 Kekec nad samotnim breznom (Kekec Above the Lonely Abyss). Created by. Josip Vandot. Portrayed by. Matija Barl (1951) Velimir Gjurin (1963) Zlatko Krasnič (1968). The Vandot's novels about Kekec were adapted into three films, all directed by Jože Gale. But only the first and second film were a direct adaptation of the second and third book