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Landslide (1940 film)

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Directed byArzén von Cserépy
Written by
CinematographyIstván Eiben
Edited byLászló Cserépy
Music byDénes Tóth
Release date
28 January 1940
Running time
92 minutes

Landslide (Hungarian: Földindulás) is a 1940 Hungarian drama film directed by Arzén von Cserépy and starring Antal Páger, Olga Eszenyi and Ferenc Kiss. Although ostensibly a romance film, it contained significant amounts of propaganda supportive of the policies of Hungary's far-right government.[1] It was based on a play by János Kodolányi.


  • Antal Páger as Kántor János
  • Olga Eszenyi as Julis, Kántor felesége
  • Ferenc Kiss as Böbek Samu
  • Marcsa Simon as Böbekné
  • Mária Keresztessy as Jehovás Zsófi
  • Tivadar Bilicsi as Weintraub
  • Zoltán Hosszú as Szektás Samu
  • Paula Bacsányi as Piókás szüle
  • Lenke Egyed as Mari néni
  • János Görbe as Szektás prédikátor
  • Ilona Kiszely as Kristóf Márika
  • Lajos Boray as Orvos
  • Irma Vass as Szektás Samu felesége
  • Lajos Gárday as Péter, halász
  • Ferenc Hoykó as Plébános
  • Miklós Sármássy as Falusi ember
  • Béla Tompa as Falusi ember
  • Jenö Danis as Falusi ember
  • Aladár Szilágyi as Falusi ember
  • Rezsõ Acsay as Falusi ember
  • Aranka Gazdy as Falusi nõ
  • Terus Kováts as Falusi nõ
  • József Pataky as Cigányprímás
  • Gyuszi Ungvári as Józsika, Kántorék fia


  1. ^ Cunningham p.46


  • Cunningham, John. Hungarian Cinema: From Coffee House to Multiplex. Wallflower Press, 2004.

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