"Theater at Home" was a classic Yugoslavian TV sitcom that ran for five seasons from 1972 till 1984. It was a story about a working class family Petrovic. The patriarch Rodoljub Petrovic is...
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Milan 'Lane' Gutovic,
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Danilo 'Bata' Stojkovic,
"Theater at Home" was a classic Yugoslavian TV sitcom that ran for five seasons from 1972 till 1984. It was a story about a working class family Petrovic. The patriarch Rodoljub Petrovic is a lawyer coming from a small village called Przogrnci. The wife Olga is an architect and they have a son called Borko, there is also their maid posing as their relative for tax reasons called Tina, but definitely the most memorable two characters are the-mother-in-law, old school lady called Snezana and her friend with huge imagination called Vasa S. Tajcic who is universally disliked by the rest of the family. The other characters involve: the landlord Ceda Mungos, his cheating wife Rajka, Rodoljub's co-worker Tasa and Rodoljub's mother from Przogrnci Vuka.
Rodja was born in village but came to Belgrade, finished a law school, and got employment in a state-owned company. His wife, Olga, belongs to old Belgrade family and works as an architect. Rodja's mother-in-law still cannot forget pre-second World Wat parties and socials and maintain very close friendship with Vasa S. Tajcic, a gentleman in suit and with mustache. The have 15-years old son Borko, a house helper Tina. Their regular guests are "Mother Vuka", Rodja's mother from village, police officer Klativoda, maintenance guy Mungos and others. In Socialist Yugoslavia there were a number of movies with the same or similar topics: clash between village and city, between week civil tradition and peasants who wanted to become citizens. Among the most successful is this sitcom, which has has a lot of reruns and is very well known and cherished.
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