When showing “Three Nuts for Cinderella”
It belongs as Christmas as “Silent Night,” or mulled wine, or the present under the tree: “Three Nuts for Cinderella.” When will the classic movie be on TV? Here you will find all broadcast dates for Christmas and New Year.
DrThe film “Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella” from 1973 has an absolute cult status with many people in Germany and is as much a part of the festival as a decorated tree. So the fairy tale is included in the program dozens of times on such ARD stations as Das Erste, One and third programs. Broadcast times at a glance.
Three Nuts for Cinderella 2021: Broadcast dates
If you also include the broadcasters ORF and SRF, which can be received in many places in Germany, then the German-Czech classic can be watched a total of 13 times on TV between Christmas Eve and Epiphany:
12/24 – broadcast on Christmas Eve (Friday)
Sender: ORF matched
Sender: one ARD
25.12. – Christmas Day (Saturday)
26.12. – Christmas Day (Sunday)
01.01. – New Year’s Eve (Saturday)
02.01. – Sunday
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06.01. – Epiphany (Thursday)
3 hazelnuts for Cinderella
Millions of Germans feel nostalgic every year when they see Prince in the Snow or Nicholas the Horse along with Karel Svoboda’s famous music. Why We Still Fascinated by Film: The Secret to the Success of Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella.
“Cinderella” Leboz Safrankova died in 2021
Czech actress Leboz Safrankova, who pennilessly penned the film as Cinderella, died in June 2021 at the age of 68 due to complications from cancer. Safránková has played almost 150 film and television films, for example in “The Little Mermaid” and “The Prince and the Evening Star”. She was also a member of the Chamber Troupe on stage in Prague for many years. In the 1996 drama Kolya, which won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, she played singer Clara.
Dispute about Cinderella edition
Ironically, in the year Libuse Safránková died, remaking of the material came from Norway. The movie, with the original title “Tre nøtter til Askepott,” has been available on Amazon Prime Video’s streaming service since December 20. In the Czech Republic, the two-minute trailer for reproduction alone caused problems. You can read here what triggered the Czechs: the Cinderella scandal.