Sándor Szlatinay, 1938. Military comedy with the heroine played by the brilliant Zita Szeleczky.
Béla Balogh, 1920. Moving film about siblings from the master of children’s stories, Béla Balogh.
Everything for the Woman
Béla Gaál, Géza Cziffra, 1934. Hacsek & Sajó movie adventure with three comic episodes.
Béla Gaál, 1921. Vörösbegy (Robin), the ginger-haired, one-eyed adventurer is one of the most original fraudsters in Hungarian film history.
I Entrust My Wife To You
János Vaszary, 1937. Lively comedy with excellent actors and plenty of music.
I Protected a Woman
Ákos Ráthonyi, 1938. An innocent beer in the pub turns into a divorce and then marriage.
It is Hard To Be a Father
Márton Keleti, 1938. An abandoned little boy causes a mix-up in the girls’ school in this Hungarian adaptation of a French film.
The Gypsy Girl
Cornelius Hintner, 1919. The tragic tale of a Gypsy girl starring Carmen Cartellieri.
The Land of Whips
Mihály Fekete, 1919. Drama on a Russian theme from the golden age of filmmaking in Cluj-Napoca.
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 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’).