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Rézi Friday
Directed byLadislao Vajda
Written by
Produced byFerenc Pless
Starring
CinematographyIstván Eiben
Edited byZoltán Farkas
Music byJenö Sándor
Production
company
Release date
30 September 1938
Running time
81 minutes
CountryHungary
LanguageHungarian

Rézi Friday (Hungarian: Péntek Rézi) is a 1938 Hungarian comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda and starring Ida Turay, Mici Erdélyi and Antal Páger. The film's sets were designed by art director Márton Vincze. The title refers to the name of its heroine, a resourceful orphan who falls in love with a doctor who works at her school. In 1941 the film was remade in Italy as Teresa Venerdì.[1]

Cast

  • Ida Turay as Péntek Rézi
  • Mici Erdélyi as Leleményi Piri, táncosnõ
  • Antal Páger as Dr. Gerleszegi Gerle Géza
  • Gábor Rajnay as Zsámbéky Hugó
  • Mariska Vízváry as Az árvaház igazgatónõje
  • Mária Egry as Zsámbéky lánya
  • Vilma Medgyaszay as Zsámbékyné
  • Gyula Gózon as Tóni, Gerle lakája
  • József Juhász as Dr.Megyeri József
  • Attila Petheö as Gerle apja
  • Zsuzsa Simon as Dávid Paula
  • Erzsi Orsolya as Árvaházi tanárnõ
  • Irén Sitkey as Árvaházi tanárnõ
  • Sándor Peti as Végrehajtó
  • Hilda Gobbi as Doktornõ
  • Adrien Hollán
  • Rózsi Tátrai
  • Sári Sugár
  • Kató Szabó
  • Ilona Kiszely
  • Éva Libertiny
  • Valéria Hidvéghy
  • Gyöngyi Váry
  • Irma Lányi
  • Ferenc Pethes as Pincér
  • István Lontay
  • Lajos Sugár as Végrehajtó
  • Ferenc Galetta

References

  1. ^ Reich & Garofalo p.155

Bibliography

  • Reich, Jacqueline & Garofalo, Piero. Re-viewing Fascism: Italian Cinema, 1922-1943. Indiana University Press, 2002.

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