|Directed by Heinz Hille|
Music by Erno Buder
Production company Hunnia Filmstúdió UFA
Director Heinz Hille
Cinematography István Eiben, Karl Puth
|Produced by Ernst Hugo Charell|
Edited by Erno Hajos
Initial release 21 December 1932
Production company UFA GmbH
|Starring Rosy Barsony
Cast Rosy Barsony, Tibor Halmay, Károly Sugar
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The Old Scoundrel (Hungarian:A vén gazember) is a 1932 German-Hungarian drama film directed by Heinz Hille and starring Rosy Barsony, Tibor Halmay and Károly Sugar. It was made as a co-production between the Hunnia Film Studio and German's leading film company UFA. A German-language version And the Plains Are Gleaming was also made by the same director, and featuring several of the same cast members.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Márton Vincze.