Minoriti Open-Air Cinema / Association for Film Culture Development / Viba film, 1963 / 77 min
Kekec and Rožle come to serve a farmer, who has a blind daughter Mojca, as shepherds. Mojca has an exceptional gift for singing, and Kekec promises her to find a cure for her eyes. One day, evil Pehta, who is an excellent herbalist, kidnaps Mojca and takes her to her mountain hut, where Mojca should sing for her. Kekec rescues Mojca, and at the same time, he learns that the evil herbalist has a cure for blindness. Fearless Kekec confronts Pehta, and she tells him that she would have cured
Mojca if he hadn't taken her home. Kekec pokes around Pehta’s hut and looks for a cure. In the end, the herbalist comes around and hands him the healing drops.
Crew and cast
Director Jože Gale
Scriptwriter Ivan Ribič based on a narrative by Josip Vandot
Actors Velimir Gjurin, Martin Mele, Ruša Bojc and others
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