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Dark Victory (1939) Poster

(1939)

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Release Dates 

USA 20 April 1939 (premiere)
USA 22 April 1939
Sweden 15 May 1939
Denmark 2 August 1939
Argentina 9 August 1939
Mexico 15 August 1939
Hungary 28 August 1939
Netherlands 8 September 1939
Slovenia 23 December 1939
Finland 28 January 1940
Portugal 15 January 1942
France 3 January 1945
Italy 21 November 1946
Hong Kong 9 October 1947
Japan 28 May 1948
Spain 13 September 1948 (Madrid)
West Germany 21 April 1950
Austria 3 November 1950
Denmark 22 October 1951 (re-release)

Also Known As (AKA) 

Argentina Amarga victoria
Austria Opfer einer großen Liebe
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) Мрачна победа
Brazil Vitória Amarga
Chile Amarga victoria
Germany Opfer einer großen Liebe
Denmark Sejr over mørket
Spain Amarga victoria
Finland Synkkä voitto
France (reissue title) Dark Victory
France Victoire sur la nuit
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) To lykofos mias zois
Hungary (TV title) Judith
Hungary Későn jött boldogság
Hungary Sötét győzelem
Italy Tramonto
South Korea Dark Victory
Mexico Amarga victoria
Netherlands Levensdans
Norway Seier i mørket
Poland (informal title) Mroczne zwyciestwo
Poland Zwyciestwo nad mrokiem
Portugal Vitória Negra
Sweden Seger i mörkret
Soviet Union (Russian title) Победить темноту
Turkey (Turkish title) Karanlik zafer
West Germany Opfer einer großen Liebe
Yugoslavia (Slovenian title) Gospa Judita
Yugoslavia (Serbian title) (literal title) Tamna pobeda

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