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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Hungarian Rhapsody (1928) DVD-R

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Starring Lil Dagover, Willy Fritsch, Dita Parlo, Fritz Greiner, Gisela Bathory

Directed by Hanns Schwarz



Print: black/white

Runtime: 70 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Originally Ungarische Rhapsodie, this opulent Erich Pommer production

stars Lil Dagover, Dita Parlo, and Willy Fritsch. The latter is cast as Franz,

a dissolute young Austrian Army officer who gets himself into an

embarrassing situation with the worldly Camilia (Dagover), the wife of

elderly Baron Barsody (Leopold Kramer). Franz is rescued from public

disgrace by pretty Hungarian peasant girl Marika (Parlo), who puts her

own reputation on the line in the process. Out of gratitude, he asks

Marika to become his wife, which she does, thereby apparently

"absolving" the hero of his previous peccadilloes. Julian Johnson wrote

the English-language subtitles for this heaping helping of

mittel-European schmaltz.

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Starring Lil Dagover, Willy Fritsch, Dita Parlo, Fritz Greiner, Gisela Bathory
Directed by Hanns Schwarz

Print: black/white
Runtime: 70 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Originally Ungarische Rhapsodie, this opulent Erich Pommer production
stars Lil Dagover, Dita Parlo, and Willy Fritsch. The latter is cast as Franz,
a dissolute young Austrian Army officer who gets himself into an
embarrassing situation with the worldly Camilia (Dagover), the wife of
elderly Baron Barsody (Leopold Kramer). Franz is rescued from public
disgrace by pretty Hungarian peasant girl Marika (Parlo), who puts her
own reputation on the line in the process. Out of gratitude, he asks
Marika to become his wife, which she does, thereby apparently
"absolving" the hero of his previous peccadilloes. Julian Johnson wrote
the English-language subtitles for this heaping helping of
mittel-European schmaltz.

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