Beauty of the Pusta
István Székely, 1937. Story of a highwayman starring Pál Jávor on the picturesque Hungarian plain.
Sándor Szlatinay, 1938. Military comedy with the heroine played by the brilliant Zita Szeleczky.
István Székely, 1934. The consequences of a riding accident and a girl in love in a dual role.
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 Never Stole In My Life
Béla Balogh, 1939. Light farce revolving around a supposed jewellery heist.
I Protected a Woman
Ákos Ráthonyi, 1938. An innocent beer in the pub turns into a divorce and then marriage.
Emil Martonffy, 1939. This music comedy involving much switching of outfits preceded Some Like It Hot by 20 years.
Jenő Janovics, Sándor Korda, 1917. The silent movie version of the evergreen comedy, which had the audience laughing as much as with the later ‘talkie’.
Sándor Korda, Miklós M. Pásztory , 1915. The daughter of a ‘wonder rabbi’ and a Russian prince meet in the shadow of the First World War.
Ákos Ráthonyi, 1943. Complex comedy in which a spoiled gentleman is inducted into the army.
Viktor Gertler, 1937. Film drama about a love triangle with Éva Szörényi, Pál Jávor and Sándor Svéd, opera singer.
Soldiers of the Emperor
Béla Balogh, 1918. Stirring military drama from the days of the Aster Revolution.
Someone's Knocking On My Window
László Sipos, 1944. A doctor with big dreams goes to work not in a private sanatorium but in a small village.
Stars of Eger
Pál Fejős, 1923. The first film adaptation of one of the most popular novels of Hungarian literature.
Storm on the Plains
István György, 1936. French-style film of passion about the consequences of an accident.
The Black Rainbow
Mihály Kertész, 1916. Heart-rending drama about a blind mother that is presumed to include a closeup.
The Bostonwille Adventure
Emil Fenyő, 1920. A complex thriller with hair-raising pursuits and hilarious misunderstandings.
Mihály Kertész, 1916. The film version of the novel by Baron József Eötvös is about flaming passions of a revolutionary era.
Mihály Kertész, 1917. The story of a young doctor that was directed by Mihály Kertész twice.
The Dolova Nabob's Daughter
Jenő Janovics, 1916. Fine acting by Lili Berky in this adaptation of a popular stage work.
The Fools of the Love
Carl Wilhelm, 1918. Grandiose Jókai film about a woman who only toyed with men.
The Gypsy Girl
Cornelius Hintner, 1919. The tragic tale of a Gypsy girl starring Carmen Cartellieri.
The Gyurkovics's daughters
Mihály Fekete, 1917. Lively love comedy with four sisters and their suitors.
The Hell in Danger
Béla Balogh , 1921. Bizarre satire in which the devil Beelzebub works to regain his lost horns.
The Land of Whips
Mihály Fekete, 1919. Drama on a Russian theme from the golden age of filmmaking in Cluj-Napoca.
László Márkus, 1920. Bubbly comedy about a hatmaker who escapes her aristocratic suitor in order to pursue her passion.
The Millionaire's Daughter
Jenő Janovics, 1913. The film examines an important social issue, emigration.
The Red Samson
Mihály Kertész, 1917. Family story spanning continents about brotherly love and forgiveness.
Cornelius Hintner, 1920. Carmen Cartellieri is lead actress in this drama set in the countryside.
The Rotschild Girl
Béla Gaál, 1934. Lightweight comedy about a Hungarian millionaire girl looking for a marriage partner.
The Seven Hundred Years Old Love
Márton Garas, 1921. Gripping thriller in which a knight dead for 700 years is brought back to life.
The Shabby Dressed
Béla Gaál, 1925. Gizi Bajor in a dual role in this comedy about bohemian travelling comedians.
The Silver Goat
Mihály Kertész, 1916. The film by Mihály Kertész, who went on to become world famous as Michael Curtiz, stars Mihály Várkonyi, who went on to become world famous as Victor Varconi.
The Wheat Ripens
Béla Gaál, 1939. An English girl and an Italian young man learn about Hungarian culture.
Kertész Mihály, 1916. Using early film tricks, actor Mihály Várkonyi appears as three characters at once.
Márton Keleti, 1937. The world of country houses and much great music in a Romeo and Juliet story set in rural Bihar county.