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Story by  Victorien Sardou
Director  Alexander Korda
Producer  Jeno Janovics
Country  Hungary
White Nights (1916 film) White Nights Movie Review Film Summary 1985 Roger Ebert
Language  Silent Hungarian intertitles
Writer  Victorien Sardou, Jeno Janovics
Release date  1916
Initial release  December 27, 1916 (Cluj-Napoca)
Cast  Lili Berky, Gyorgy Kurthy, Vanda Berlanyi, Andor Szakacs, Jozsef Berky, Kalman Kormendy, Aranka Laczko, Rezso Harsanyi
Screenplay  Alexander Korda, Jeno Janovics
Similar movies  Related Alexander Korda movies

White Nights (Hungarian: Fehér éjszakák) is a 1916 Hungarian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Lili Berky, Kálmán Körmendy and György Kürthy. It was based on the play Fédora by Victorien Sardou and is sometimes known by the alternative title Fédora. It was Korda's first film for the Corvin Film studio. It was a major success and was one of the first Hungarian films to be exported to other countries.

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Cast

  • Lili Berky
  • Kálmán Körmendy
  • György Kürthy
  • Andor Szakács
  • Rezső Harsányi
  • Valeria Berlányi
  • Aranka Laczkó
  • József Berky
  • References

    White Nights (1916 film) Wikipedia
    White Nights (1916 film) IMDb


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