Czech singer, screenwriter and actor Karel Štedrý, famous for I have a Small Tent, a duet with Waldemar Matuška, and songs like Letters and Magdaléna, has died at the age of 80. In the 1960s, the entertainer was connected to famous Prague theatres and clubs such as Reduta and Rokoko, as well as the renowned Semafor Theatre, which he co-founded and where he worked from 1959 to 1962.
As an actor, he appeared in the films If a Thousand Clarinets and That Czech Song of Ours.
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