• Kraj: Polska
  • Rok produkcji: 1936
  • Premiera: 11 IX 1936


Tytuł roboczy
MECZ MIŁOŚCI
Tytuł angielski
JADZIA
Asystent reżysera
Scenopis
Scenografia
Muzyka
Słowa piosenek
Aparatura
Tobis-Klangfilm
Fotosy
Stephot
Kierownictwo produkcji
Produkcja
Blok-Muzafilm
Atelier
Falanga
Laboratorium
Falanga

Obsada aktorska:

Jadwiga Smosarska, Józef Orwid, Ziutek Kudła, Aleksander Żabczyński, Mieczysława Ćwiklińska, Michał Znicz, Stanisław Sielański, Janina Janecka, Ludwik Liedtke, Wanda Zawiszanka, Eugeniusz Koszutski, Wacław Zdanowicz, Mieczysław Winkler, Klara Belska, Maria Bożejewiczówna, Józef Redo, Klara Sarnecka, Stanisław Żeleński, Jerzy Klimaszewski, Jerzy Sulima-Jaszczołt, Marian Zajączkowski, Henryk Kubalski, Stanisław Purzycki, Bolesław Rosłan, Czesław Czajkowski, Janina Niwińska, Zofia Duranowska, Irena Grywiczówna, Michał Halicz, Henryk Rzętkowski, Henryk Małkowski, Jerzy Bielenia, Zofia Jędrzejowska
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Jadzia Malicz is a daughter of an owner of a small shop, known in Warsaw for the sporting goods it makes. The Malicz family business is becoming a real competition to the Oksza company - the biggest sporting goods warehouse in Warsaw. Furthermore, in her previous match, the tennis player Morawska, playing with an Oksza racket, lost to her rival. The victory of Jadwiga Jędruszewska, who played with a Malicz racket, has drawn real crowds to Malicz’s small shop.

The wife of Oksza's president puts all the faith in her son, who is due to reinvigorate the company after coming back from abroad. Jan visits Jędruszewska to convince her to use his rackets. He also meets Jadzia Malicz and mistakenly takes her for a well-known tennis player. He asks her to sign a declaration that she will use his company's racket during the next match. Jadzia signs the declaration but Jan finds out that he was deceived. As a revenge, he uses her image to advertise his company. A flaming struggle ensues resulting in the young couple falling in love with each other. Finally, they decide to merge their companies.



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