Juhan Smuul (18 February 1922 – 13 April 1971) was an Estonian writer. Until 1954 he used the given name Johannes Schmuul.
Smuul was born in Koguva village on the island Muhu. He wrote several novels, often based on life in his native island. He also authored several travelogues. His most famous is The Frozen Book (Jäine raamat), about a Soviet expedition to Antarctica. Smuul also wrote four screenplays. They are:
- Kirjad Sõgedate külast (1966)
- Keskpäevane praam (1967)
- Metskapten (1971)
- Siin me oleme! (1979) (TV)
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