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Emberek a havason ()


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Mail author for translation. Kodos hegycsucsok, fekete fenyvesek vilagaban el a havasok nehezsorsu nepe. Csutak Gergely favago nyomorusagos eletet felesege irant erzett nagy szerelme es... See more »

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Alice Szellay ...
Anna az asszony
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Erdei Csutak Gergely
Péterke Ferency ...
Kicsi Gergö (as Ferenci Péterke)
József Bihari ...
Üdö Márton
Lajos Gárday ...
Ülkei Ádám
Oszkár Borovszky ...
Intézö
Lenke Egyed ...
Szobaasszony (as Egyed L.)
Imre Toronyi ...
Orvos (as Toronyi)
György Kürthy ...
Orvostanár (as Kürthy)
János Pásztor ...
Favágó (as Pásztor)
Elemér Baló ...
Favágó (as Balló)
Jenö Danis ...
Favágó (as Danis)
Sándor Hidassy ...
Utas
Zoltán Makláry ...
Kalauz (as Makláry)
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Lajos Alszeghy ...
Jegyzõ a bíróságon (uncredited)
Nándor Bihary ...
Utas (uncredited)
Endre C. Turáni ...
Utas (uncredited)
Irma Cserei ...
Utas (uncredited)
László Misoga ...
Utas (uncredited)

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István Szöts

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József Nyirö ... (short stories)
 
István Szöts ... ()

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Oszkár Madarász ... producer

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Ferenc Farkas

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Ferenc Fekete

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Zoltán Kerényi

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Imre Sörés

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Pál Siklóssy ... production manager

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Mihály Morell ... assistant director
Ferenc Rajcsányi ... second assistant director (uncredited)

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Ferenc Lohr ... sound

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György Zombory ... location manager (as Zombori György)

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Zsigmond Ferenczy ... production staff (as Ferenczy Zsiga)

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Mail author for translation. Kodos hegycsucsok, fekete fenyvesek vilagaban el a havasok nehezsorsu nepe. Csutak Gergely favago nyomorusagos eletet felesege irant erzett nagy szerelme es kisfiuk szuletese szepiti meg. "Magyarorszag megmutatta az utat. Ha az oreg filmrendezoknek, es mar kivenhedt film-osszeeszkabaloknak nincs mas mondanivalojuk, ha az a fajta filmgyartas, amit ok kepviseltek, kifaradt, ha a rendezoi tudomanyuk nehezkes es hazug, tehat korszerutlen, rajta, dolgozzunk nelkuluk!... Hatoljon be mar vegre a mi mutermeinkbe is a havasok dala, az a dal, amelyet Szots Istvan zenditett meg eloszor, s kergesse el a kivenhedt filmelokelosegeket, kalmarokat, es kufarokat a velencei fesztivalokrol is. Hiszunk a fiatalokban, akik igenis meg fogjak vivni, es meg fogjak nyerni a maguk csatajat a filmmuveszetben is." Ezeket az euforikus sorokat Carlo Lizzani 1942-ben irta a filmrol, mely itthon, s kulfol- don egyarant nagy hatast gyakorolt a filmkeszitokre, s a velencei fesztivalon dijat is kapott Written by Steve Varadi

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Also Known As
  • People on the Alps (World-wide, English title)
  • Men on the Mountain (United States)
  • Konta sto Theo (Greece)
  • Mies vuorilta (Finland)
  • Uomini della montagna (Italy)
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Trivia This film was nearly destroyed after World War II by the ruling Communist Party which claimed it as "reaction propaganda" and objecting that it won the Biennale Award of the 1942 Venice Film Festival, held in Mussolini's fascist Italy. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Diary for My Children (1984). See more »

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