Bulgaro-ungarska rapsodiya (1944)

The Bulgarian girl Nadya is a piano student at the Conservatory in Budapest. She and Sandor, a Hungarian student at the Art Academy, are in love. Her compatriot and friend Lyuba is studying... See full summary »

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Irén Pelsöczy Irén Pelsöczy ... Nadya
Hristo Kodzhabashev Hristo Kodzhabashev ... Boyan Naydenov, bashtata na Nadya
Jenö Pataky Jenö Pataky ... Shandor
Dorita Boneva Dorita Boneva ... Lyuba
Sándor Naszódy Sándor Naszódy ... Pishta
György Solthy György Solthy ... Profesor Barosh
Margit Vágóné Margit Vágóné ... Maykata na profesor Barosh
Magda Kolchakova Magda Kolchakova ... Milka
György Kürthy György Kürthy ... Glaven lekar
Zoltán Szakáts Zoltán Szakáts ... Profesor Sakach
Margit Kopácsy Margit Kopácsy ... Saprugara na profesor Sakach
Tibor Magyari Tibor Magyari ... Uchenik po peene
Lajos Sugár Lajos Sugár ... Targovetz na proizvedeniya na izkustvoto
Ferenc Szabó Ferenc Szabó ... Portier
Jenö Bodnár Jenö Bodnár ... Sadarzhatel na kafene
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The Bulgarian girl Nadya is a piano student at the Conservatory in Budapest. She and Sandor, a Hungarian student at the Art Academy, are in love. Her compatriot and friend Lyuba is studying to be singer and her boyfriend Pista - to be a violist. Nadya's music teacher, Professor Baros, is also in love with her. Sandor is secretly painting Nadya's portrait, which he wants to give her as a present for her birthday. Lyuba sits for him dressed in a Bulgarian national costume. Professor Baros declares his love to Nadya. She runs away in confusion. Going home, the girl sees Lyuba enter Sandor's room. She knocks at the door: Sandor will not let her in under the excuse that he is busy with clients. Convinced that Sandor and Lyuba are deceiving her, Nadya leaves for Bulgaria. Sandor wins the first prize with his portrait of Nadya. The trio - Lyuba, Pista and Sandor - arrive in Bulgaria. Lyuba reveals the truth to Nadya who falls in the arms of Sandor. In a concert hall in Budapest Professor ... Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Country:

Bulgaria | Hungary

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

26 January 1944 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

A Bulgarian-Hungarian Rhapsody See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Bulgarsko Delo,Turan Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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