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Casanova (1918 film)

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Directed byAlfréd Deésy
Written byIzsó Barna
László Békeffi
Jenö Faragó
József Pakots
Produced byStar Film
StarringAlfréd Deésy as Casanova
CinematographyKároly Vass
Release date
  • 1918 (1918)

Casanova is a 1918 Hungarian film directed by Alfréd Deésy and starring Deesy in the title role. For years, this film was listed in reference books as a Bela Lugosi film, since originally Star Films advertised that Lugosi was set to play Casanova. He was replaced however at the last minute by the director Alfred Deesy, who decided to play the role himself. If indeed Lugosi shot any scenes for this film, they did not wind up in the finished product. The film nevertheless still turns up occasionally in Lugosi's filmography. Perhaps this is due to the fact that Lugosi played Casanova previously on the Hungarian stage. [1]


In alphabetical order

  • Péter Andorffy as Hilmer, gyáros
  • Viktor Costa
  • Norbert Dán as Roland herceg
  • Alfréd Deésy as Casanova
  • László Faludi as Molnárlegény
  • Tessza Fodor
  • Annie Góth as Felsenburg hercegnõ, Marie
  • Sandy Igolits as Clara
  • Richard Kornai as Külügyminiszter
  • Ila Lóth
  • Gyula Margittai as Waldenstein gróf
  • Marcell Rolla
  • Sári Sólyom as Denisse
  • Margaretta Tímár as Margaretta Hilmer, a gyáros lánya
  • Gusztáv Turán
  • Miklós Ujvári as Az apa
  • Camilla von Hollay as Ninette (as Hollay Kamilla)
  • Lucy Wett as Suzanne Hilmer, a gyáros lánya
  • Bela Lugosi (was edited out of the film and does not appear)[2]

See also


  1. ^ Bela Lugosi: Dreams and Nightmares by Gary D. Rhodes, with Richard Sheffield, (2007) Collectables/Alpha Video Publishers, pg. 343, ISBN 0-9773798-1-7 (hardcover)
  2. ^ Bela Lugosi: Dreams and Nightmares by Gary D. Rhodes, with Richard Sheffield, (2007) Collectables/Alpha Video Publishers, ISBN 0-9773798-1-7 (hardcover)

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