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Englisch Jankovec's operetta "Lojzička" (1935) belongs to the set of film musical comedies (1936) that were essentially identical to each other. Adaptations were often made within two years, and the key was the contrast between the village and the modern city with all its ills. The specific case of Lojzička is interesting from several aspects. Jarmila Beránková finally got a big role matching her nature, Zita Kabátová continued her collaboration with Jára Kohout, Jiří Dohnal played the male version of the Czech-American woman from At St. Anthony's in the French version and finally, Světla Svozilová used her sex appeal. ()