Mitic

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Mitic, Jalisco - History
... Coordinates 21°16′N 102°27′W / 21.267°N 102.45°W / 21.267 -102.45 . ...
Mitică - Modern Uses and Influence - Portrayals and Tributes
... references to the character is the 1981 film De ce trag clopotele, Mitică? (translated as "Why Are the Bells Ringing, Mitică?"), directed by Lucian Pintilie ... Titled after the opening dialog in Tot Mitică, the film was actually structured around Caragiale's play D-ale carnavalului, and included portions from several other writings—including 1 Aprilie ... Mitică, who makes a brief appearance before dying at the hands of Mişu Poltronul, is portrayed by Ştefan Iordache ...
Mitică
... Mitică is a fictional character who appears in several sketch stories by Romanian writer Ion Luca Caragiale ... Mitică is a male resident of Bucharest whose background and status are not always clear, generally seen as an allegory of the average Bucharester or through extension, inhabitants of ... Caragiale used Mitică as a stock character to feature in satirical contexts the biographical insights he provided are short and often contradict ...
Dallas Tornado - Honors
1969 Kirk Apostolidis, John Best, Ilija Mitic 1970 John Best 1971 John Best, Dick Hall, Mirko Stojanovic 1972 John Best, Ken Cooper 1973 John Best, Ken Cooper, Ilija ...
Cișmigiu Gardens - In Fiction
... sketch stories by Ion Luca Caragiale, two of them involving the collective character Mitică, who has survived in common reference as a stereotype of ... In the eponymous 1900 sketch, the voluble Mitică notably refers to a friend of his having been laid off from his job, an event which he sarcastically disguises as a promotion to "chasin ... gardens are the scene of a dramatic incident which involves the death of another or the same Mitică ...