The Bostonwille Adventure
Emil Fenyő, 1920. A complex thriller with hair-raising pursuits and hilarious misunderstandings.
László Márkus, 1920. Bubbly comedy about a hatmaker who escapes her aristocratic suitor in order to pursue her passion.
Cornelius Hintner, 1920. Carmen Cartellieri is lead actress in this drama set in the countryside.
Mihály Kertész, 1918. Two-part adventure drama by Mihály Kertész that captivated contemporary audiences.
The Shabby Dressed
Béla Gaál, 1925. Gizi Bajor in a dual role in this comedy about bohemian travelling comedians.
The Stork Caliph
Sándor Korda, 1917. The film version of the Mihály Babits novel was written by Frigyes Karinthy.
The Two-faced Woman
Géza Bolváry, 1920. Playing a twin role, Ilona Mattyasovszky is both the well-to-do lady and the depraved underworld girl (‘apache’).
Márton Keleti, 1937. The world of country houses and much great music in a Romeo and Juliet story set in rural Bihar county.