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Ladislao Vajda (1906–1965)


Ladislao Vajda was born on August 18, 1906 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary as László Vajda Weisz. He was a director and writer, known for It Happened in Broad Daylight (1958), Marcelino pan y vino (1955) and The Man Who Wagged His Tail (1957). He died on March 25, 1965 in Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain. See full bio »

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Known For

Marcelino pan y vino
(1955)
Mi tío Jacinto
Mi tío Jacinto Director
(1956)

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 1961 Der Lügner
 1950 Sin uniforme
 1949 The Golden Madonna (supervising director)
 1947 Barrio
 1945 Cinco lobitos
 1941 Giuliano de' Medici (as László Vajda)
 1940 La zia smemorata (as László Vajda)
 1938 Péntek Rézi (as Vajda László)
 1938 Black Diamonds (as Vajda László)
 1938 Döntö pillanat (as Vajda László)
 1938 Magdát kicsapják (as László Vajda)
 1937 Az én lányom nem olyan (as Vajda László)
 1937 A kölcsönkért kastély (as Vajda László)
 1936 Three Spinsters (as Vajda László)
 1936 Szenzáció (as Vajda László)
 1936 Ember a híd alatt (as Vajda László)
 1935 Halló Budapest! (as Vajda László)
 1933 Love on Skis
 1933 Megölöm ezt a Hacseket! (Short) (as Vajda László)
 1932 Where Is This Lady? (as László Vajda)
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Other Works:

(1/21/25-3/25) Stage: Wrote "Grounds for Divorce," performed at the St. James Theatre in London, England, with Madge Titheradge, Owen Nares, Jane Wod, Lawrence Grossmith, Lawrence Harvey, Alice O'Day, Dino Galvani, Pamela Carme and Violet Graham in the cast.

Alternate Names:

Vajda László | Ladislao Vajda Jr. | Ladislao Jr. Vajda | Ladislas Vajda | László Vajda | Ladislaus Vajda jr.
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