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Sári Fedák (1879–1955)


Sári Fedák was born on September 27, 1879 in Beregszász, Austria-Hungary [now Berehovo, Ukraine]. She was an actress and writer, known for Mámi (1937), Miss Iza (1933) and Márta (1913). She was married to Ferenc Molnár. She died on May 5, 1955 in Budapest, Hungary. See full bio »

Died:

(age 75) in Budapest, Hungary

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Known For

Mámi Mámi, Özvegy Kovács Gáspárné
(1937)
Miss Iza Iza néni
(1933)
Márta Márta, a primadonna
(1913)
A Szeretö Eõz Anna
(1918)

Filmography

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 1941 Bob herceg
 1941 Tokaji aszú
Tarczali Darázs Ka­talin
 1940 Hazafelé
Lidi
 1939 The Wheat Ripens
Beleznayné
 1938 The Eternal Secret
Catherine,a plébános gazdaasszonya
 1937 Mámi
Mámi, Özvegy Kovács Gáspárné
 1933 Miss Iza
Iza néni
 1919 Nöstényfarkas
Ráchel
 1918 A Szeretö
Eõz Anna
 1917 Három hét
Vera, fejedelemasszony
 1914 Captive Souls
Ágnes, Kertay felesége
 1913 Márta
Márta, a primadonna
 1912 Gazdag ember kabátja (Short)
Primadonna
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 1937 Mámi (screenplay)
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 1933 Miss Iza (idea)
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 1901 A táncz (Documentary short)
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Personal Details

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Spouse:

Ferenc Molnár  (divorced)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Sari Fedak Opened in Vienna at The Scala Theather on Oct. 8. 1937 With the Play "Die Herin von La Paz" (These Gernerations) with Elfriede Datzig as Ena Ricardo, Paul Morgan, & Paul Henreid .

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