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Aladar Laszlo (1896–1958)

Aladar Laszlo was born on October 30, 1896 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary. He was a writer and actor, known for Trouble in Paradise (1932), Blond Cheat (1938) and Gangway for Tomorrow (1943). He was married to Margit Fellegi Laszlo. He died on September 16, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Trouble in Paradise
Blond Cheat
Blond Cheat Writer
Gangway for Tomorrow
Girl Rush
Girl Rush Writer


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 1996 A becsületes megtaláló (TV Movie) (play)
 1952 Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Enchanted Evening (1952) ... (as Al Lazlo)
 1944 Girl Rush (story "Petticoat Fever")
 1943 Gangway for Tomorrow (based on an original story by)
 1938 Blond Cheat (original story - as Aladar Lazlo)
 1937 Hochzeitsreise zu 50% (as Aladár László)
 1936 Passé à vendre (play)
 1935 Top Hat (play - uncredited)
 1934 Everything for the Woman (as László Aladár)
 1933 Romance in Budapest (play)
 1933 Pardon, tévedtem (play - as László Aladár)
 1932 Trouble in Paradise (play "The Honest Finder" - as Laszlo Aladar)
 1932 Piri mindent tud (as László Aladár)
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 1936 Half Rate Honeymoon (as Aladár László)

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Alternate Names:

Laszlo Aladar | László Aladár | Aladar Lazlo | Al Lazlo | Aladár László

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His wife Margrit was a swimsuit designer. See more »

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