Beauty of the Pusta
István Székely, 1937. Story of a highwayman starring Pál Jávor on the picturesque Hungarian plain.
István Kató-Kiszly, 1932. The only sound, colour short by István Kató-Kiszly, pioneer of Hungarian animation.
Sándor Szlatinay, 1938. Military comedy with the heroine played by the brilliant Zita Szeleczky.
István Székely, 1934. The consequences of a riding accident and a girl in love in a dual role.
Everything for the Woman
Béla Gaál, Géza Cziffra, 1934. Hacsek & Sajó movie adventure with three comic episodes.
I Entrust My Wife To You
János Vaszary, 1937. Lively comedy with excellent actors and plenty of music.
I Never Stole In My Life
Béla Balogh, 1939. Light farce revolving around a supposed jewellery heist.
I Protected a Woman
Ákos Ráthonyi, 1938. An innocent beer in the pub turns into a divorce and then marriage.
It is Hard To Be a Father
Márton Keleti, 1938. An abandoned little boy causes a mix-up in the girls’ school in this Hungarian adaptation of a French film.
Emil Martonffy, 1939. This music comedy involving much switching of outfits preceded Some Like It Hot by 20 years.