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31. červenec je 212. den roku podle gregoriánského kalendáře (213. v přestupném roce). Do konce roku zbývá 153 dní.





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Bolek Polívka (* 1949)
Vladimír Dlouhý (* 1953)
Jan Budař (* 1977)


Maxmilián II. Habsburský (* 1527)
Milton Friedman (* 1912)
Louis de Funès (* 1914)
Joanne Kathleen Rowlingová (* 1965)
Dean Cain (* 1966)


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Ignác z Loyoly († 1556)
Denis Diderot († 1784)
Ferenc Liszt († 1886)
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry († 1944)



  • Ignác, Ignácie
  • Ignát, Ignáta

Katolický kalendář


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  • Od svatého Ignaca – leto se obraca.
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Bolek Polívka at 43rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
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Vladimír Dlouhý (* 1953), ekonom a politik, bývalý ministr průmyslu a obchodu ČR, kandidát na prezidenta ČR
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Czech actor Jan Budař at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.jpg
A still image of Saint-Exupéry during a boat tour of a lake near Montreal, Canada, filmed in May 1942. The image was extracted from a single frame of an approximate two minute length 16mm color Kodachrome movie shot casually while meeting with his Canadian publisher Bernard Valiquette and friends, along with wife Consuelo (all of whom are out of view in the image).

The group, which included many women who regaled with laughter at his stories and jokes, were at that moment enjoying a leisurely tour of the lake, with the occasion being caught on movie/ciné film by the boat's owner. The levity and cheerfulness is all the more remarkable as at the time Saint-Exupéry was beset by visa problems which prevented him from returning to the United States, and was also bedridden with cholecystitis of the gallbladder.

According to Frédérique Parent of Sotheby's Auction House in London: "In the film Saint-Ex is surrounded by women under the watchful eye of [his wife] Consuelo, who we see driving the boat; he is telling jokes and laughing and being charming and lovely. It's an absolutely unusual portrayal of Saint-Exupéry especially as he was said to be ill and depressed at the time..... He looks pale and tired and he has dark rings under his eyes but what is so wonderful is that we see a very happy Saint-Ex, even though we know that this time in Canada was one of the most unhappy times of his life."

The French newspaper Le Figaro described the footage as "an unexpected little miracle". The film also provided a never-before seen movie view of Saint-Exupéry's wife and muse, Consuelo, the source of much of his inspired works and angst.

The film is the best, and longest, of three known privately held historical movies of Saint-Exupéry and the only one shot in colour. It was listed for sale in 2010 at Sotheby's, London and was expected to be sold for €50,000. More information can be found at: (French) Découverte d’un film en couleur sur Saint Exupéry, and also at: Haunting Film Of Petit Prince Author Saint-Exupéry For Auction, by Kim Willsher for the guardian.co.uk, Friday 9 April 2010.
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J.K. Rowling reads from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone at the Easter Egg Roll at the White House in 2010.
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French actor Louis de Funès is shot close-up on the set of the movie L'homme orchestre (directed by Serge Korber). Bassano Romano (Viterbo), Italy, March 1970. Photography by Marisa Rastellini (Mondadori).