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István Fogarasi (1944–2008)

István Fogarasi was born on December 22, 1944 in Csönge, Hungary. He is known for his work on Strange Masquerade (1976), C.K. dezerterzy (1986) and Nárcisz és Psyché (1980). He died on March 2, 2008 in Hungary. See full bio »

Died:

(age 63) in Hungary

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Known For

Strange Masquerade
Strange Masquerade Production Manager
(1976)
C.K. dezerterzy
C.K. dezerterzy Production Manager
(1986)
Nárcisz és Psyché
Nárcisz és Psyché Production Manager
(1980)
Cséplö Gyuri
Cséplö Gyuri Production Manager
(1978)

Filmography

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 1987 Season of Monsters (production manager)
 1986 Akli Miklós (production manager)
 1986 C.K. dezerterzy (production manager: Hungary)
 1982 Nyom nélkül (production manager)
 1981 Kopaszkutya (production manager)
 1980 Nárcisz és Psyché (production manager)
 1979 Útközben (production manager)
 1979 Deliver Us from Evil (production manager)
 1978 Olyan, mint otthon (production manager)
 1978 Fagyöngyök (production manager)
 1978 Cséplö Gyuri (production manager)
 1978 A kétfenekü dob (production manager)
 1977 Pókfoci (production manager)
 1976 Egyszerü történet (production manager)
 1976 Strange Masquerade (production manager)
 1975 Amerikai anzix (production manager)
 1974 Szilveszter (Short) (production manager)
 1969 Magányosabb az angyaloknál (Short) (unit manager)
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Trivia:

Father of Gergely Fogarasi.

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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