Magda Expelled

Magda Expelled (Hungarian:Magdát kicsapják) is a 1938 Hungarian comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda and starring Ida Turay, Klári Tolnay and Antal Páger.[1] The film was based on a play. In 1940 it was remade in Italy as Maddalena, Zero for Conduct with some changes (such as the lawyer being from Vienna rather than London).

Magda Expelled
Directed byLadislao Vajda
Produced byFerenc Pless
Written byMiklos Kadar (play)
László Kadar (play)
Károly Nóti
Imre Éri-Halász
StarringIda Turay
Klári Tolnay
Antal Páger
György Nagy
Music byAndor Komáromy
CinematographyIstván Eiben
Edited byViktor Bánky
Production
company
Harmónia Film
Release date
5 March 1938
Running time
89 minutes
CountryHungary
LanguageHungarian

Synopsis

A schoolgirl accidentally sends a love letter written by one of her female teachers to a handsome lawyer in London, leading to a series of misunderstandings which are eventually resolved.

Cast

  • Ida Turay as Lévay Magda
  • Klári Tolnay as Makray Erzsébet,a kereskedelmi levelezés tanárnõje
  • Antal Páger as Alfred Harvey
  • György Nagy as Horvay István,Harvey unokaöccse
  • Piri Peéry as Igatgatónõ
  • Sándor Góth as Kémiatanár
  • Gyula Gózon as Father
  • Márta Fónay as Student
  • Valéria Hidvéghy as Student
  • Gerő Mály as Pedellus
  • Erzsi Pártos as Student
  • Kató Fényes
  • Judith Laszlo
  • Veronika Radó
  • Magda Révfalvy
  • Lili Szász
  • István Dózsa
  • István Falussy
  • Aranka Hahnel
  • Gusztáv Harasztos
  • Gyula Justh
  • Terus Kováts
  • Márta Lendvay
  • Sándor Pethes
  • Mária Román
  • Zsuzsa Simon
  • Irén Sitkey
  • Éva Somogyi
  • Mária Szemlér

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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