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A leányvári boszorkány (1938)

Approved | | Comedy | 24 November 1939 (USA)
Eva Szorenvi and Blanka Szombathelyi are the daughters of pawnbroker Gvula Csortos, and more than a little bit stuck-up and anti-social. They refuse to attend affairs and parties given by ... See full summary »

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Éva Szörényi ...
Imre Hámory ...
Cserõczy Béla,diák
Blanka Szombathelyi ...
Málika,Mélius lánya
Gyula Csortos ...
Nemes Mélius Mátyás,zálogháztulajdonos
Imre Apáthi ...
Cserõczy barátja (as Apáthy Imre)
Piroska Vaszary ...
Szobaasszony (as Vaszary Piri)
Márton Rátkai ...
Dr,Kovács Gyula (as Rátkay Márton)
Tivadar Bilicsi ...
Helén kérõje (as Bilicsy Tivadar)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
József Bihari ...
Palkó (as Bihary József)
Ilona Dajbukát ...
Szakácsnõ
Ilona Kökény ...
Vendég az eljegyzésen
János Makláry ...
Lámpagyújtogató
Géza Márky ...
Diák
Ferenc Pethes ...
Hertelendi
Sándor Pethes ...
Cirkuszigazgató
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Eva Szorenvi and Blanka Szombathelyi are the daughters of pawnbroker Gvula Csortos, and more than a little bit stuck-up and anti-social. They refuse to attend affairs and parties given by the students in the near-by forestry school. Mix-ups and confusion follow before the two girls finally get married to two students from the school. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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24 November 1939 (USA)  »

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The Witch of Leanyvar  »

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(Pulvári system)

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1.37 : 1
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A brief outline

Released in the US by Hungaria Pictures, Inc., this Photophon Film Production was described by a trade-paper reviewer as a combination of music and comedy that would appeal to the Hungarian fans, but the film did not have English titles and its exhibition value was limited to audiences that speak the Magyar tongue.

First-billed Eva Szorenvi and Blanka Szombathelyi (3rd-billed) are the daughters of pawnbroker Gvula Csortos (4th billed), and more than a little bit stuck-up and anti-social. They refuse to attend affairs and parties given by the students in the near-by forestry school.

Mix-ups and confusion follow before the two girls finally get married to two students from the school.

USA first-showing was in November, 1939 at NYC's Modern Playhouse.


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