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The Boys of Paul Street

Colour drama, youth film, Hungary – Zoltán Fábri, 1968

„The finest thing that Fábri could do was remain true to Molnár! To film the sort of The Boys of Paul Street that he wouldhave dreamed of… The first Hungarian feature film to be nominated for the traditional Academy Awards.The Hungarian film was up against the Soviet War and Peace and The Fireman’s Ball of Czechoslovakia, Stolen Kisses fromFrance and The Girl with a Pistol from Italy”. (Tükör) 

Despite the superiority of the red shirts, general Boka and his little troop are cleverly defending the ‘sweet lot’. They would nothave been able to win unless little Private Nemecsek, branded a traitor, had not revealed the treason of rich Geréb, who in turnmust undergo the humiliation of cold baths.

Produced by MAFILM Játékfilmstúdió, Boghross Film, Directed by Zoltán Fábri, Written by Ferenc Molnár, Screenplay by Zoltán Fábri, Cast Anthony Camp, William Burleigh, Mari Törőcsik, Sándor Pécsi, John Moulder Brauwn, Nyika Jancsó, Paul Bartlett, Robert Effort, Director of Photography György Illés, Music by Emil Petrovics, Sound by György Pintér, Set Designer József Romvári, Costume Designer: Judit Schäffer, Edited by Ferencné Szécsényi, Photo Sándor Domonkos

Language: Hungarian 
Colour: Colour
Subtitles: English
Format 1:2.35
Running Time: 104’