Four Murders Are Enough, Darling

Four Murders Are Enough, Darling (Czech: Čtyři vraždy stačí, drahoušku) is a 1971 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Oldřich Lipský. It is an adaptation of the 1960 novel Entry Forbidden to The Dead (Croatian: Mrtvacima ulaz zabranjen) by Croatian writer and comic artist Nenad Brixy, which was previously adapted into a Yugoslav film of the same name in 1965.


The film setting is a fictional country in the West. The protagonist, George Camel (Lipský) is a humble schoolteacher, who is mistaken for a dangerous murderer. Subsequently, two criminal gangs vie for his services.


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