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Miloš Macourek

Miloš Macourek (2 December 1926, Kroměříž – 30 September 2002, Prague[1]) was a Czech poet, playwright, author and screenwriter.[2]


During his career, Macourek worked in various professions. From 1953 to 1960, he was a teacher of the art history; later he worked as a dramaturgist at the Barrandov Film Studios. He created children books, TV series and film comedies.



  • Živočichopis
  • Pohádky
  • Mravenečník v početnici
  • Ostrov pro šest tisíc budíků
  • Světe, div se
  • Žofka
  • Žofka ředitelkou zoo
  • Láska a dělová koule : povídky a bajky
  • Člověk by nevěřil svým očím
  • Jakub a dvě stě dědečků
  • Mach a Šebestová
  • Žirafa nebo tulipán?

Film and TV screenplays



  1. ^ "Zemřel scenárista Miloš Macourek". iDnes (in Czech).  
  2. ^ "Miloš Macourek" (in Czech). Slovník české literatury po roce 1945 (Dictionary of the Czech Literature After 1945). Retrieved 27 February 2011. 
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