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Collected works of Attila Dargay

Collection of five DVDs. Besides the renewed versions of Attila Dargay‘s four feature-length movies, the extra disc of this edition offers a set of ultimate rarities, with a selection of 15 renewed short films and of 19 up till now unknown commercials, made between 1955-63, freshly recovered and renewed.

Discs:

1. Mattie, the Goose-boy (1977)
2. Vuk the Little Fox (1981)
3. Saffi (1984)
4. Captain of the Forest (1987)
5. Bonus features

1. Mattie, the Goose-boy – animated Hungarian feature film, directed by Attila Dargay

Digital remastering supervised by Irén Henrik D.O.P. With an admission rate of 2.5 million, Mattie the Goose-Boy has become the most popular feature-length Hungarian cartoon ever.

Mihály Fazekas’ narrative poem features funny characters: in Döbrögi, all evil is revealed with hilarious irony in the quintessence of country bailiffs and overseers. The director smuggled himself into all of his fairytale films: the traits of Mattie’s goose shows similarities. Mattie, the sly and handsome hero of the film, as well as the other characters were designed by Marcell Jankovics. 

Produced by Pannónia Filmstúdió, Directed by Attila Dargay, Written by Mihály Fazekas, Screenplay by Attila Dargay, József Nepp, József Romhányi, Director of Photography: Irén Henrik, Music based on Ferenc Liszt, Sound Design by Péter Bársony, Character Design by Marcell Jankovics, Background Design by József Nepp, Márta Csík, Béla Magyarkúti, Gabriella Szálas, Edited by Magda Hap, János Czipauer, Voice Actors: Péter Geszti,  András Kern, László Csákányi, Gábor Agárdi, Antal Farkas, László Csurka, Hilda Gobbi, László Inke, Narrated by Károly Mécs, Head of Studio: Dr. György Matolcsy, Movie Poster Design by István Orosz, Bonus features: Film quiz

Language: Hungarian
Audio: 2.0
Colour: Colour
Subtitles: English
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (1.33:1)
Running Time: 70’


2. Vuk the Little Fox – Hungarian animated feature film for children, directed by Attila Dargay, 1981

Digital remastering supervised by Irén Henrik D.O.P.

The moving story of Vuk, the little orphan fox, has remained the most beloved feature-length Hungarian cartoon ever. Having captured the public as a TV series, the film version welcomed a total of over 2 million viewers. The director Attila Dargay did not turn away from Walt Disney’s traditions, which he held in high esteem: both István Fekete’s touching story and Dargay’s cheerful characters appealed to children’s minds.

Produced by Pannónia Filmstúdió, Directed by Attila Dargay, Written by István Fekete, Screenplay by Attila Dargay, István Imre, Ede Tarbay, Director of Photography Irén Henrik, Music by Péter Wolf, Sound Design by Péter Bársony, Background Design by Gizella N. Csató, Edited by Magda Hap, János Czipauer, Voice Actors: Judit Pogány (little Vuk), József Gyabronka (adult Vuk), László Csákányi (Karak), Head of Studio: György Dr. Matolcsy, Movie Poster Design by Attila Dargay

Language: Hungarian
Audio: 2.0
Colour: Colour
Subtitles: English
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (1.33:1)
Running Time: 74’

3. Saffi, The Treasure of Swamp Castle – Hungarian Animated Feature Film, directed by Attila Dargay, 1984

Digital restoration supervised by Irén Henrik D.O.P.

Saffi, Attila Dargay’s third highly successful fairytale film, takes place in the last days of Turkish occupation. Raised with Gypsies, the young aristocrat Jónás Botsinkay and the pasha’s daughter Saffi (and her cat of the same name), raised by a witch, adventurously fall in love. The romantic story, as typical of Dargay’s fables, abounds of lovely animal characters, and parodying, hilarious dialogues. The dubbing performances, too, have become iconic by now.



Produced by Pannónia Filmstúdió, Directed by Attila Dargay, Written by Mór Jókai, Screenplay by Attila Dargay, József Nepp, József Romhányi, Director of Photography: Irén Henrik, Music by Johann Strauss jr., Tamás Daróczi Bárdos, Sound Design by Péter Bársony, Design by László Buda, Edited by Magda Hap, János Czipauer, Voice Actors: András Kern, Judit Pogány, Hilda Gobbi, Lajos Básti, László Csákányi, Judit Hernádi, Head of Studio: Dr. György Matolcsy, Movie Poster Design by Attila Dargay

Language: Hungarian
Audio: 2.0
Colour: Colour
Subtitles: English
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (1.33:1)
Running Time: 77’

4. Captain of the Forest – Hungarian animated festure film, directed by Attila Dargay, 1987

Digital remastering supervised by Irén Henrik D.O.P.

The inhabitants of the Great Forest are plagued by Zero, the king of villains. He wants to sell the forest sheltering the animals. But Captain, the brave sheriff, and his crew, Ede Eleméri and Goliath, stand on their guard, and Zero in vain keeps appearing in the disguise of various semblances, he will be caught and exposed at last.

Produced by Pannónia Filmstúdió, Directed by Attila Dargay, Screenplay by Attila Dargay, István Imre, József Nepp, Director of Photography Irén Henrik, Music by Zsolt Pethő, Sound Design by Péter Bársony, Design by Lászlót Buda, Edited by Magda Hap, Voice Actors: László Csákányi, János Gálvölgyi, József Székhelyi, István Mikó, György Miklósy, László Horesnyi, Ferenc Zenthe, András Komlós, Emese Simorjay, Head of Studio: Dr. György Matolcsy, Movie Poster Design by Attila Dargay 

Language: Hungarian
Audio: 2.0
Colour: Colour
Subtitles: English
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (1.33:1)
Running Time: 71’

5. Bonus features

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Magic Piper, 1955, 2’
A Home With Ten Servants (Electric household), 1957, 2,5’
The Gift Of Nature, 1957, 3’
Dominic Overbrainly 1, 1957, 1,5’
Dominic Overbrainly 2, 1957, 1,5’
Dominic Overbrainly 3, 1957, 2’
Modern Romeo and Julia, 1957, 1,5
Walking (Magic Symphony 1,) 1957, 1’
2×2=? (Magic Symphony 2), 1957, 1’
Drapery, 1958, 1’
Darugar (Palmolive), 1959, 1,5’
Toy Shop, 1959, 17’
Lift, 1959, 2’
Ampoule Signing Machine, 1960, 1,5’
Throughout A Whole Life, 1960, 1,5’
Don Quijote De La Mancha, The Melancholy-faced Knight, 1960, 1’
The White Lady and The Black Boy, 1961, 1,5’
National Association of Tradesmen, 1961, 1’
Alufix, 1963, 1’
Independent movies:
Little Man, Defenc Yourself! 1959, 17’
Galilei, 1962, 10’
Walnut Prince, 1963, 13’
Gustavus and the Hound, 1966, 5’
Variations on a Dragon, 1967, 8’
Irregular Stories, 1970, 10’
Carry On, Engine! 1972, 8’
The Three Hares, 1972, 7’
Zsuzsu Is Watering The Flowers, 1972, 2’
Amor OP. 1, 1972, 2’
Knight Pazman, 1973, 10’
Feedback, 1977, 2’
Pom Pom Tales: Poor Arthur The Dumpling, 1978, 9’
The Lark of the Praire, 1991, 12’
Portrait:
Irregular Stories – Irén Henrik about Attila Dargay, 2017, 17’
Published and distributed by Hungarian National Film Fund – Film Archive, 2017

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