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Dalolva szép az élet (1950)

Mail author for translation: A vaci gepgyar "Ezustlant" nevu dalardaja mar nem igazan nepszeru, de onfeju karnagya, Rez Gyozo ragaszkodik ahhoz, hogy induljon az orszagos korusversenyen. A ... See full summary »

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Imre Soós ...
Violetta Ferrari ...
Kádas Zsóka
Ferenc Ladányi ...
Lakatos párttitkár
Samu Balázs ...
Réz Gyõzõ, karnagy
Kálmán Latabár ...
Seregély Bálint
Gyula Gózon ...
öreg Kádas
József Bihari ...
Berta bácsi
László Kozák ...
Horváth
Árpád Lehotay ...
Deák
József Simándi ...
Varga Pali
László Bánhidi ...
Kandi
Sándor Tompa ...
Szarda Pali
Zoltán Makláry ...
Galamb
Imre Pongrácz ...
Swing Tóni
János Gálcsiki ...
Nagy István
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Mail author for translation: A vaci gepgyar "Ezustlant" nevu dalardaja mar nem igazan nepszeru, de onfeju karnagya, Rez Gyozo ragaszkodik ahhoz, hogy induljon az orszagos korusversenyen. A fiatalok - felve a bukastol - megprobaljak lebeszelni a tagokat a szereplesrol... Written by Steve Varadi <svaradi@sprynet.com>

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24 September 1950 (Hungary)  »

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A piece of communist propaganda
18 August 2000 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

I saw this film on Hungarian television in December 1999. It is one of those communist propaganda movies that were common in the era between 1949 and 1953.

The film is about a tremendously bad factory choir. A young worker (Imre Soós) and his pretty girlfriend (Violetta Ferrari) want to change this and take in new members. After some conflicts, the choir becomes good and even famous. Before this aim is achieved, however, the heroes have to fight against some villains: the self-centered conductor of the choir (Samu Balázs) and a young factory worker (Imre Pongrácz), who not only imitates American dancing and clothing styles (!), but also becomes a thief.

The film should be seen as pure propaganda and as a document of its time, but is - as such - quite watchable. Kálmán Latabár's performance does have comic impact even today, and the musical performances (especially famous opera singer József Simándy singing the aria "Hazám, hazám" from Ferenc Erkel's opera "Bánk bán") also have good quality.


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