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Válótársak - Netflix

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Válótársak - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-19

Válótársak - Andi Tóth - Netflix

Andrea “Andi” Tóth (born 18 January 1999) is a Hungarian actress and singer, most notable for winning of the fifth series of X-Faktor, acting in the television show Válótársak, and for participating in A Dal.

Válótársak - Life - Netflix

Tóth was born in Oradea (Nagyvárad), in Romania on 18 January 1999. She has been interested in singing since childhood and went to the Lyceum of Arts in her hometown, where she studied drawing. By age 13, she had already participated in various competitions and small performances. In 2014, she participated in the fifth season of X-Faktor, of which she did not duel until the finale, and won. She became one youngest winners in X Factor history, as well as the first winner in Hungary from the Girls category. She was mentored by Róbert Szikora. In 2015, the then 16-year-old released her first music video for Legyek én!, and was cast in Madách Theatre's production of Les Misérables. She then was a part of a new series on RTL Klub, Válótársak, as Noémi Jakab. In 2016, she participated in A Dal 2016, the 2016 of the national selection of Hungary for the Eurovision Song Contest, in a duet with Olivér Berkes, with the song Seven Seas. In 2016, she also released Itt vagyok! and Tovább. She competed in A Dal 2017 with the song I've got a Fire and was eliminated in the second heat. She currently acts at the Madách Theatre. She last played Eponine in Les Misérables.

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A Mézga család - Netflix

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The Mézga family consists of Géza, the father, a comical and inept figure similar to Homer Simpson, his wife Paula who actually dominates family affairs, pubertal daughter Kriszta and 12-year old son Aladár, a child prodigy. The cat Maffia and a dog, Blöki (Zorro) accompany the family. Dr. Máris, their cynical neighbour, is regularly and unvoluntarily involved in disasters surrounding the family. The name "Mézga" means glue, mucilage or tree gum in Hungarian and was translated as rodina Smolíkových in Czech, La famiglia Mezil in Italian, Familie Metzger in German, Семейство Мейзга in Bulgarian, Família Mézga/Mesga in Portuguese, and Miazgovci in Slovak, always maintaining the literary meaning.

A Mézga család - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 20 minutes

Premier: 1968-01-01

A Mézga család - Pannonia Film Studio - Netflix

Pannonia Film Studio (also known as MAFILM Pannónia Filmstúdió) is the largest animation studio in Hungary, based in the capital of Budapest.

A Mézga család - Full-length animated films - Netflix

János vitéz (“Johnny Corncob”) - Marcell Jankovics, 1973 Hugo, a víziló (“Hugo the Hippo”) - Bill Feigenbaum, 1975 Lúdas Matyi (“Mattie the Gooseboy”) - Attila Dargay, 1977 Habfürdö (“Foam Bath”) - György Kovásznai, 1979 Fehérlófia (“The Son of the White Mare”) - Marcell Jankovics, 1981 Vuk (“The Little Fox”) - Attila Dargay, 1981 Time Masters (Az Idő urai) - René Laloux, Tibor Hernádi (technical director) 1982 (French-Hungarian co-production) Suli-buli (“Schooltime Blues”) - Ferenc Varsányi, 1982 Vizipók-csodapók (“Water Spider Wonder Spider”) - József Haui, Szabolcs Szabó, Csaba Szombati Szabó, 1982 Háry János (“John the Boaster”) - Zsolt Richly, 1983 Misi mókus kalandjai (“The Adventures of Sam the Squirrel”) - Ottó Foky, 1983 Hófehér (“No-White”) - József Nepp, 1983 Daliás idők (“Heroic Times”) - József Gémes, 1984 Szaffi (“Saffi”) - Attila Dargay, 1984 Mátyás, az igazságos (“Matthias the Just”) - László Ujváry, 1985 Egy kutya feljegyzései (“Gréti...!”) - József Nepp, 1986 Macskafogó (“Cat City”) - Béla Ternovszky, 1986 Es lebe Servatius (“Long Live Servatius”) - Ottó Foky, 1986 Nefelejcs (“Forget-Me-Not”) - Elek Lisziák, 1988 Az erdõ kapitánya (“The Captain of the Forest”) - Attila Dargay, 1988 Vili, a veréb (“Willy the Sparrow”) - József Gémes, 1989 Sárkány és papucs (“Dragon and Slippers”) - Tibor Hernádi, 1989 A hercegnő és a kobold (“The Princess and the Goblin”) - József Gémes, 1991 A hetedik testvér (“The Seventh Brother”) - Jenő Koltai, Tibor Hernádi, 1991 Vacak 2 - az erdő hőse (“Tiny Heroes”) - Jenő Koltai, József Gémes, 1997 Ének a csodaszarvasról (“Song of the Miraculous Hind”) - Marcell Jankovics, 2001 The Princess and the Pea - Mark Swan, 2002 (American-Hungarian co-production)

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Társas játék - Netflix

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Társas játék - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2011-10-23

Társas játék - HBO Europe - Netflix

HBO Europe is a premium television group channels by HBO. It is available as a group of film channels and VOD operate in Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Moldova while VOD-only with original programming is available in Spain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. The first channel was launched by HBO and Sony Pictures in Hungary on September 28, 1991. This was followed by the launch in Czech Republic, in 1994. In 1995 Walt Disney entered in joint-venture. In Poland was launched in 1996, a launch in Slovakia in 1997, 1998 in Romania,1999 in Moldova, 2002 in Bulgaria, 2004 in Croatia and Slovenia 2006 in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro and 2009 in Macedonia. In 2010 Time Warner acquired from Sony and Disney all shares and became first fully owned subsidiary outside US. HBO has been available in the Netherlands as well. It was a joint venture between Time Warner and cable company Ziggo. It launched on 9 February 2012 but closed on 31 December 2016. Ziggo has acquired the broadcasting licenses of HBO content for the Dutch market.

Társas játék - Hungary - Netflix

Társas játék (2011-2013) Terápia (2012-2017) Golden Life (2015-present)

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Mindenből egy van - Netflix

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Mindenből egy van - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 2011-10-07

Mindenből egy van - List of Christmas television specials - Netflix

For a more in-depth description of made-for-television Christmas movies, see List of made-for-television and direct-to-video Christmas films. The following is a list of Christmas television specials and miniseries, as well as Christmas-themed episodes of regular television series.

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Éjjel-Nappal Budapest - Netflix

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Éjjel-Nappal Budapest - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2013-02-11

Éjjel-Nappal Budapest - Hungarian language - Netflix

Hungarian ( magyar nyelv ) is a Finno-Ugric language spoken in Hungary and several neighbouring countries. It is the official language of Hungary and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. Outside Hungary it is also spoken by communities of Hungarians in the countries that today make up Slovakia, western Ukraine, central and western Romania (Transylvania and Partium), northern Serbia (Vojvodina), northern Croatia, and northern Slovenia due to the effects of the Treaty of Trianon, which resulted in many ethnic Hungarians being displaced from their homes and communities in the former territories of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It is also spoken by Hungarian diaspora communities worldwide, especially in North America (particularly the United States). Like Finnish and Estonian, Hungarian belongs to the Uralic language family branch, its closest relatives being Mansi and Khanty.

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A Mézga család különös kalandjai - Netflix

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The Mézga family going a funny adventure around the world without money and ability to speaking other languages. They looking for an old friend who will pay everything.

A Mézga család különös kalandjai - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1970-06-11

A Mézga család különös kalandjai - The Mézga Family - Netflix

The Mézga Family (in Hungarian Mézga család) is a fictional family from three animated TV series shot by PannóniaFilm studios, Hungary between 1969 and 1978. Scripts for the series were written by József Romhányi and József Nepp. Nepp also served as the film director. The series proved to be very popular, reaching cult status and televised, among others, in Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Italy, The Netherlands and both German states. The series still regularly appear on television. Each consists of 13 episodes.

A Mézga család különös kalandjai - The Mézga Family on Holiday - Netflix

The third series was shot in 1978 under name Vakáción a Mézga család. Pisti Hufnágel, a character mentioned a few times in the first series, the first love of Paula and her ideal, invites the family to spend holidays in Australia. A spare ticket is given to the neighbour - Dr. Ottokár Máris. It turns out that Hufnágel is a swindler and the Mézgas are left abandoned and penniless. Their effort to get home flings them into the most strange places, including South Pole, and into bizarre situations. Pisti Hufnágel secretly follows them and always turns their hopes into catastrophe. Only when they finally arrive at home and find out their flat completely ransacked by Hufnágel does Paula lose her faith in her ideal. Unlike the first two series, which consisted of one-story episodes, this series is a single story arc. The series were named Podivuhodné prázdniny rodiny Smolíkovy in Czech, Le vacanze della famiglia Mezil in Italian, Die Abenteuer der Familie Metzger in German, Семейство Мейзга във ваканция in Bulgarian, Miazgovci na cestách in Slovak, and La Familia Mezga in Spanish.

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For Better or Worse - Netflix

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Everything suddenly changed in Csillagkut. The life grows up in this tiny Budapest-agglomeration town. Everybody creates new gossips about Peter Pongracz, who give up his American welfare and career, because to establish a new hospital. Actually: in Csillagkut. He gets the old castle and converted to a hospital which costs lot of. Anybody who were here can see how the hospital beautiful. But not everybody likes Pongracz, especially the local entrepreneur and restaurant-owner Elod Varnagy. He had something else to do with the castle and the well. And he experienced that not everything can be bought by money.

For Better or Worse - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2005-01-23

For Better or Worse - List of Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse episodes - Netflix

Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse is an American comedy-drama series created and produced by playwright/director/producer Tyler Perry. The series is based on Perry's 2007 film Why Did I Get Married? and its 2010 sequel Why Did I Get Married Too? It premiered on TBS on November 25, 2011. Led by the comical, over-the-top antics of Marcus and Angela Williams, the ensemble follows three couples: Marcus and Angela, Joseph and Leslie, and Richard and Keisha, who are at various stages of their relationships, as they go through the ups-and-downs of married life and dating. On February 20, 2013 it was announced that TBS had opted not to renew the series, and that the Oprah Winfrey Network had since ordered a third season as part of a new deal the network made with Perry.

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Munkaügyek - Netflix

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It keeps saying it does not just make a mistake, who are not working. The latest IrReality m1-series players, the labor office workers employed this saying is not true: they accumulate errors error, even though the job was wide berth.Professionalism, competence, diligence, efficiency and collegiality - these are the values that will remain forever inaccessible to officials.

Munkaügyek - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 26 minutes

Premier: 2012-03-18

Munkaügyek - List of minimum annual leave by country - Netflix

In the majority of nations, including all industrialized nations except the United States, advances in employee relations have seen the introduction of statutory agreements for minimum employee leave from work—that is the amount of entitlement to paid vacation and public holidays. Several companies will offer contractually more time, depending on the sector. Companies and the law may also differ as to whether public holidays are counted as part of the minimum leave. Disparities in national minimums are still subject of debate regarding work-life balance and perceived differences between nations. These numbers usually refer to full-time employment, part-time workers may get a reduced number of days. In most countries, public holidays are paid and usually not considered part of the annual leave. Also, in most countries there are additional paid leave benefits such as parental leave and sick leave that are not listed here.

Munkaügyek - See also - Netflix

Annual leave Parental leave List of holidays by country

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Csillag születik - Netflix

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Csillag születik is an unlicensed Hungarian version of Got Talent. Singers, dancers, comedians, variety acts, and other performers compete against each other to be crowned the seasons winner.

Csillag születik - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2007-11-03

Csillag születik - Hungary's Got Talent - Netflix

Hungary’s Got Talent is the Hungarian version of the Got Talent franchise, broadcast from 10 October 2015 on RTL Klub.

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Csillag születik

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Éden Hotel - Netflix

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The tactical reality taking place in Costa Rica was not the viewers' votes, but the daily happenings taking place between the characters, conflicts shape the outcome: the hotel tempt players, taktikáznak, conspire, thus affecting who can stay and who should go. During the game, anything can happen, old players leave, new ones arrive, thoroughly disrupting the established balance of power and emotion. It is not only the goal is to find someone to pair, is much more important to know who how to take a structured strategy and emotionally influence the others to do their own victory. It offers 10 players will move on, but already in the first week there are unexpected twists that stir up the newly formed pairs spiritual world.

Éden Hotel - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2011-03-07

Éden Hotel - Dorchester Collection - Netflix

Dorchester Collection is a luxury hotel operator owned by the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA), an arm of the Ministry of Finance of Brunei. Dorchester Collection owns and manages 10 luxury five star hotels, The Dorchester, The Beverly Hills Hotel, Plaza Athénée, Hotel Meurice, Principe di Savoia, Hotel Bel-Air, Coworth Park, 45 Park Lane, Le Richemond and Hotel Eden.

Éden Hotel - Controversy - Netflix

Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, via his Brunei Investment Agency (BIA) owning the Dorchester Collection hotels, raised concern abroad in April 2014 by implementing the Sharia law penal code that includes death by stoning, the severing of limbs, and flogging for crimes in Brunei such as abortions, adultery, and homosexual acts. None are exempted from the Sharia Law regardless of the classes they are in and the laws only apply in Brunei's border. Brunei has a complex legal system that consists of two parts which involve separate courts and legislation for Islamic and non-Islamic citizens. Sharia law exists alongside other normative systems and has been adopted by many other Muslim countries, including Saudi Arabia which has major investments in the global hospitality industry, including stakes in the luxury hotel and resort operators Four Seasons and Fairmont, based in Toronto, Canada. In protest, a United States national LGBT advocacy organization, the Gill Action Fund, canceled its reservation to hold a conference of major donors at the hotel and demanded a refund of its deposit. The hotel management responded by issuing a statement asserting that it does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. Fashion designers Brian Atwood and Peter Som subsequently called for wider protests, urging the fashion industry to boycott all of the hotels owned by the Dorchester Collection. The nearby Bel-Air Hotel is also a BIA Dorchester Collection property. Fashion designers Brian Atwood and Peter Som have called for wider protests, urging the fashion industry to boycott all of the hotels owned by the Dorchester Collection. The Beverly Hills Hotel, long a popular spot for celebrity functions, has been rejected by much of Hollywood over the controversy. HR Magazine said that the protests are “misguided” and will not affect the government policy of Brunei when the Dorchester Collection's annual revenue is $300 million while the BIA has over $30 billion in assets from oil and gas. Chief executive officer Christopher Cowdray asked the public to consider the issue at hand in a broader perspective, citing the fact that many brands are backed by foreign investors. The U.S. national advertising-industry newspaper Adweek declared that “the bad press and protests have tarnished the glamorous image of the Beverly Hills Hotel, one of the most famous hotels in the world” and added that “such extreme brand damage will be difficult to repair.” As of May 2014, “more than $2 million worth of events have been canceled at the Beverly Hills Hotel by dozens of groups.” There have also been people speaking out in opposition of the protests and boycott of the hotel. Russell Crowe and Kim Kardashian have spoken out against the boycott, despite disapproval of the new laws in Brunei, citing how it is unfair to punish the hardworking employees and workers at the hotel.

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Süsü, a sárkány - Netflix

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Süsü, a sárkány - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1976-07-07

Süsü, a sárkány - Sárkány (mythology) - Netflix

A sárkány (“dragon”) is a legendary and mythical creature in the Hungarian folklore and mythology, which mostly appears in the form of a scaly, winged, reptilian beast, but in some cases it could be a mixture of other beings.

Süsü, a sárkány - Role - Netflix

Though in the early stories they had no treasure-hoarding characteristics, as the centuries passed, they became the collectors of gold and other gems. This dragon figure got more popular when the image of the dragon slithered onto the pages of children's literature of the 19th and early 20th centuries, where they usually appear as aggressive beasts of prey. In these tales, they are always presented as the villains, whose role is setting the story in motion. In addition to this, they abduct humans, especially young maidens, and disturb the peaceful village and its inhabitants. The role of the hero is simple: by defeating the creature, the hero does not only save the princess, but he also gains reputation and prestige.

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Bogyó és Babóca - Netflix

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Bogyó és Babóca - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-22

Bogyó és Babóca - List of programs broadcast by Minimax - Netflix

This is a list of television programs broadcast by Minimax, a Central European children's TV channel. The channel was launched on 1996, and airs animated TV series.

Bogyó és Babóca - Former programming - Netflix

The Adventures of Chuck and Friends Alfred J. Kwak Around the World with Willy Fog Arthur Babar Babar and the Adventures of Badou Bibi Blocksberg Bob the Builder Braceface Budgie the Little Helicopter Curious George Cyberchase Dive Olly Dive! Ella the Elephant Fireman Sam Frakk, a macskák réme George Shrinks Geronimo Stilton Heidi Holly Hobbie & Friends Kate & Mim-Mim Katie and Orbie Lilly the Witch The Magic School Bus Martha Speaks Mecki und seine Freunde Meeow! Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl Nouky & Friends Once Upon a Time... Life Peanuts Pearlie Peppa Pig Petz Club Philipp die Maus Play with Me Sesame Pom Pom meséi Pound Puppies RiC the Raven Rolie Polie Olie Simsala Grimm The Small Giant Strawberry Shortcake Thomas & Friends Transformers: Rescue Bots The Three Bears Turtle Island Upstairs, Downstairs Bears Urmel Zaczarowany ołówek Pingu Albert Says... Nature Knows Best Sea Princesses

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A Nagy Ho-Ho-Horgász - Netflix

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A Nagy Ho-Ho-Horgász - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 8 minutes

Premier: 1980-01-01

A Nagy Ho-Ho-Horgász - History of Hungarian animation - Netflix

The history of Hungarian animation begins in 1914 and carries through to the modern day. Starting with short promotional cartoons prior to the two World Wars, Hungarian animation underwent a sporadic and halting development during the turbulent war years which were characterized in large part by the emigration of much of the field's top talent. This exodus slowed dramatically during the 1950s when the Hungarian Communist Party took power and the Iron Curtain took shape. With Communism came nationalization of the Hungarian animation studio—a fact that was to prove a mixed blessing for the nascent industry. While political pressures would strongly dictate the kinds of topics that animation could cover in the early years, state funding meant that even the relatively small postwar nation would be able to prove itself on the international stage. Indeed, subsequent to the 1956 revolution, the softening effects of Goulash Communism helped enable artists to begin to express themselves such that by the late 1970s, Pannónia Film Stúdió would rank among the top 5 major cartoon studios alongside Walt Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Soyuzmultfilm, and Toei. With the end of Communism in 1989, state control of the animation industry dropped away and market forces prompted the rise of numerous independent animation studios. Lacking state funding and receiving mixed international response, Hungarian animation studios today have had to develop financing strategies consisting largely of working as production and development companies performing labor-intensive animation activities such as compositioning and inking for foreign studios. Despite this, Hungarian films continue to be produced every few years.

A Nagy Ho-Ho-Horgász - First generation animation - Netflix

Folktale animation is common and this period sees a rise in Hungarian animation establishing such animators as József Nepp, Attila Dargay, Tibor Csermák, Gábor Kovásznai, József Gémes, Szabolcs Szabó, György Várnai, Marcell Jankovics, Péter Szoboszlay, Zsolt Richly, Sándor Reisenbüchler, Béla Vajda, Tamás Szabó Sipos, János Mata, and also puppet animators like Ottó Foky and István Imre. 1941-1951 - Gyula Macskássy and Edit Fekete create the first color animation, A kiskakas gyémánt félkrajcárja (“The Little Cock's Diamond Halfpenny”). The film begins life as a black and white production in the Cartoon and Puppet Department of the wartime Newsreel and Documentary Studios, but due to delays relating to the war, the film isn't completed until 1951. 1952 - Gyula Macskássy creates Erdei sportverseny (“Sport Competition in the Forest”). 1953 - Gyula Macskássy and Edit Fekete create Kutyakötelesség (“A Puppy's Strict Obligation”). 1955 - Gyula Macskássy creates Két bors ökröcske (“Two Peppercorn Steers”). 1956 - With the help of Hungarian emigre cartoonist Richard Fehsl, cartoonists Kalman Kozelka (anglicized as Kali Kozelka) and his wife, Ida Mocsary (better known as Ducika Mocsary) flee to Austria as political refugees. They settle in the Netherlands in the 1970s founding Kozelka Film Studios. 1956 - Emigre cartoonist, Elek Imrédy exits the country to settle in the Canada. 1958 - Gyula Macskássy creates A telhetetlen méhecske (“The Greedy Bee”). 1960 - Gyula Macskássy creates A ceruza és a radír (“Pencil and Rubber”) and Párbaj (“Duel”) which are the first Hungarian films to receive international acclaim. Párbaj is awarded the Special Jury Prize at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.

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