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Josef von Báky (1902–1966)

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Hungarian director, who began as a projectionist and broke into films properly after acquiring the Urania-Kino cinema distribution company in Budapest. When the business went bankrupt, he became a hotel manager on the Adriatic coast. He moved to Berlin in 1927 and subsequently worked for eight years as an assistant to a fellow Hungarian, the film ...

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Known For

Das doppelte Lottchen
(1950)
Annelie
Annelie Director
(1941)
The Man Who Sold Himself
(1959)

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Alternate Names:

Josef v. Baky | Baky József | Josef von Baky
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Hungarian director, who began as a projectionist and broke into films properly after acquiring the Urania-Kino cinema distribution company in Budapest. When the business went bankrupt, he became a hotel manager on the Adriatic coast. He moved to Berlin in 1927 and subsequently worked for eight years as an assistant to a fellow Hungarian, the film maker Geza von Bolvary. He became a director in ... See more »

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