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Géza von Radványi (1907–1986)

Géza von Radványi was born on December 17, 1907 in Kassa, Austria-Hungary as Géza Grosschmid. He was a director and writer, known for Women Without Names (1950), Strange Desire of Mr. Bard (1954) and Uncle Tom's Cabin (1965). He was married to Mária Tasnádi Fekete and Eva Daghofer. He died on November 27, 1986 in Budapest, Hungary. See full bio »

Died:

(age 78) in Budapest, Hungary

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Filmography

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 1961 Das Riesenrad
 1958 Mädchen in Uniform (as Geza Radvanyi)
 1958 The Doctor of Stalingrad (as Geza Radvanyi)
 1954 Strange Desire of Mr. Bard (as Geza Radvanyi)
 1948 It Happened in Europe (as Géza Radványi)
 1942 A Woman Looks Back (as Géza Radványi)
 1942 Inferno giallo (as Geza Radwany)
 1941 Európa nem válaszol (as Radványi Géza)
 1941 A beszélö köntös (as Radványi Géza)
 1940 Zárt tárgyalás (as Radványi Géza)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Radványi Géza | Geza Radvanyi | Géza Radványi | Geza Radwany | Geza Redvanyi | Geza Von Radvany
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Younger brother of writer Sándor Márai. See more »

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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