Call number: DVD-5117


KALMÁR, László
Halálos tavasz [Deadly Spring]

Pegazus Film, 1939
Screenplay: Lajos Zilahy
Photography: Árpád Makay
Music: Tibor Polgár
Sound: István Lázár
Production design: József Simoncsics, Sándor Ilicsi
Costume design: Manyi Ferda
Editor: Zoltán Farkas

Dr István Egry 		                Pál Jávor
Countess Edit Ralben	                Katalin Karády
Józsa Nagy			        Éva Szörényi	
Countess Ralben 		        Ilona Tasnádi 
The Right Honourable Count Ralben	Artúr Somlay	
Vicar				        Kálmán Rózsahegyi		
Dr István Csokonai 		        Sándor Pethes		
Representative		                György Kürthy		
Margit				        Panni Kéry		
Irén Bodó, the secretary 	        Éva Szaploncay
Juli, the housekeeper	                Paula Bacsányi	
Pál Boskó, a journalist	                Tivadar Bilicsi
Pista Mák, a notary	 	        József Bihari	
Maca, Józsa's girlfriend	        Éva Adorján	
Guest at the party		        Böske T. Oláh		
Count Ahrenberg		                Gyula Kamarás
Feri, Józsa's brother	                Sándor Hidassy		
The caretaker of the Buda house		Dezsö Szalóky	
94 minutes
In Hungarian with optional English subtitles and optional Hungarian subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing

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DUDÁS, László
Halálos tavasz [Deadly Spring]

Dudás Film, 1935
Screenplay: Lajos Zilahy
Photography: Károly Roheim
Assistant director: József Simoncsics

Dr István Egry 		        Jenő Pataky
Countess Edit Ralben	        Gizi Hertz
Józsa Nagy			Vali Somló
Count Ottó Ralben		József Ujhelly
Countess Ralben		        Jósza Bródy
Margit Nagy			Klári Dán
Dr Csokonai			László Székely
Count Ahrenberg		        Károly Róheim
29 minutes
Hungarian titles with optional English subtitles, silent with added music track

DVD
Region code 0
Aspect ratio 4:3 (1:1.37)
Languages Menu languages: Hungarian and English
Optional English subtitles
Optional Hungarian subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Features Digitally remastered
Boldog vég verzió (Happy ending version) 4 minutes 19 seconds
László Dudás - Halálos tavasz, 1935, an amateur film (for details see above)
Source MaNDA, Hungarian Film History series no 94

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