Janko Ravnik Net Worth
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$88’000’000. *This information was provided by Rahal, 47 years old. From Mammoth, Pennsylvania
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1,66m.*This information was provided by Frederik Cuesta, 22 years old. From Pond Eddy, New York.
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72kg.**This information was provided by Cherie, 38 years old. Job: (Sprayer, Machine). From Pruden, Tennessee.
81kg.***This information was provided by Vinny Ghosh, 47 years old. Job: (Pot Builder). From Jakin, Georgia.
Janko Ravnik information
Birth date and age[BOD]: March 7, 1891
Death date: 1981-09-02
The place of birth (POB): Bohinjska Bistrica, Slovenia
Profession: Director, Cinematographer, Editor
Janko Ravnik (7 March 1891 – 2 September 1981) was a Slovenian pianist, teacher, film director and composer.He was born in Bohinjska Bistrica and died in Ljubljana. In 1928 and 1929, he filmed In the Kingdom of the Goldhorn (Slovene: V kraljestvu Zlatoroga), the first Slovene feature film. It features ascent of a group of students to the top of Mount Triglav. In 1929, Ravnik filmed a great national ceremony in Ljubljana on the 120th anniversary of the establishment of Illyrian Provinces, during which a monument was erected to Napoleon and Illyria at French Revolution Square. Films of the period were black-and-white.