Flying Gold

Flying Gold (Hungarian: Repülő arany) is a 1932 Hungarian crime film directed by Steve Sekely and starring Steven Geray, Gyula Kabos and Lajos Gárday. A shipment of gold being flown from Paris to Budapest is robbed in mid-air. A French-language version Rouletabille aviateur was also released.[1]

Flying Gold
Directed bySteve Sekely
Written byGaston Leroux (novel)
István Mihály
Pierre-Gilles Veber
StarringSteven Geray
Gyula Kabos
Lajos Gárday
Emmi Buttykay
CinematographyIstván Eiben
J. Peverell Marley
Production
company
Osso Film
Release date
4 December 1932
Running time
74 minutes
CountryHungary
LanguageHungarian

Cast

  • Steven Geray - Bálint György, az Esti Hírek újságírója
  • Gyula Kabos - Cadar, francia riporter
  • Lajos Gárday - Bandita
  • Emmi Buttykay - Bálint ismerõse
  • László Dezsõffy - Szállodai detektív
  • Lajos Gellért - Hubner
  • Sándor Góth - Báthory,rendõrtanácsos
  • Gyula Justh - Portás
  • Gyözö Kabók - Parasztember
  • László Keleti - Kínai péklegény
  • Gábor Kertész
  • Zoltán Makláry - Tisztviselõ
  • Zoltán Pethö - Pilóta
  • Blanca Valery - Sonja Grygorine
  • Éva Vass - Báthory lánya

References

  1. Paris p.75

Bibliography

  • Paris, Michael. From the Wright Brothers to Top Gun: Aviation, Nationalism, and Popular Cinema. Manchester University Press, 1995
  • Cunningham, John. Hungarian Cinema: From Coffee House to Multiplex. Wallflower Press, 2004.
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