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Modern Girls (1937 film)

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Modern Girls
Directed byBéla Gaál
Written byYolanda Foldes (novel)
István Mihály
Gábor Vaszary
StarringLia Szepes
Jenö Pataky
Steven Geray
Lili Berky
CinematographyAndor Vidor
Music byPaul Abraham
Production
company
Budapest Film
Release date
19 November 1937
Running time
91 minutes
CountryHungary
LanguageHungarian

Modern Girls or Today's Girls (Hungarian: Mai lányok) is a 1937 Hungarian comedy film directed by Béla Gaál and starring Lia Szepes, Jëno Pataky and Steven Geray. The film may be best remembered for Magda Gabor's appearance in a supporting role.[1]

Cast

  • Lia Szepes as Hanzéli Zsuzsi
  • Jenõ Pataky as Németh Péter
  • Steven Geray as Székely Feri (credited as Gyergyai István)
  • Lili Berky as Péter
  • Magda Kun as Cili
  • Margit Dajka as Kati (credited as Dayka Margit)
  • Magda Gabor as Lenke (credited as Gábor Magda)
  • Ági Donáth as Mária
  • Eva Biro as Viola (credited as Bíró Éva)
  • Gyula Justh as asztalos
  • József Juhász as asztalossegéd
  • László Dezsõffy as magándetektív
  • Gusztáv Vándory as anyakönyvvezetõ
  • István Dózsa as árverezõ
  • Lajos Köpeczi Boócz as ügyvéd
  • Tibor Puskás as inas

References

  1. ^ Phillips & Vincendeau p. 258

Bibliography

  • Nemeskürty, István & Szántó, Tibor. A Pictorial Guide to the Hungarian Cinema, 1901-1984. Helikon, 1985.
  • Phillips, Alastair & Vincendeau, Ginette. Journeys of Desire: European Actors in Hollywood. British Film Institute, 2006.

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