The Matches of a Beautiful Dragoon
The Matches of a Beautiful Dragoon (Original title:Partie krásného dragouna) is a 1971 Czech crime comedy film directed by Jirí Sequens. It is second of the four separate feature films, which are sequel of the tv series The Sinful People of Prague. The criminal police solves the murder wealthy private individuals from the Prague suburbs. The main suspect is a young and elegant dragoon Lt. Rudolf Macháček (Josef Abrhám). His future father in law is commissioner Adolf Zdychynec (Vladimír Mensík) from local Police district. The Police Council Mr. Vacátko (Jaroslav Marvan) reveals a delicate matter - beautiful dragoon is a manufacturer and supplier of "goods" for the gracious and charming abortionist Otýlie Dragičova (Kveta Fialová).
The following weapons were used in the film The Matches of a Beautiful Dragoon:
The 'Sinful People of Prague' Series
- Penicka & Paraplícko (1970)
- The Death of Black King (1972)
- A murder in Hotel Excelsior (1973)