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Géza von Bolváry (1897–1961)

Géza von Bolváry was born on December 26, 1897 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary as Géza Maria von Bolváry-Zahn. He was a director and writer, known for Opernball (1939), Frühjahrsparade (1934) and Flower of the Tisza (1939). He was married to Helene von Bolvary. He died on August 10, 1961 in Rosenheim, Bavaria, West Germany. See full bio »

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Known For

Opernball
Opernball Director
(1939)
Frühjahrsparade
Frühjahrsparade Director
(1934)
Flower of the Tisza
(1939)
A kétarcú asszony
(1920)

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 1958 Hoch klingt der Radetzkymarsch (as Geza v. Bolvary)
 1958 Schwarzwälder Kirsch (as Geza von Bolvary)
 1955 Ja, ja die Liebe in Tirol (as Geza v. Bolvary)
 1955 My Leopold
 1951 Dark Eyes
 1944 Schrammeln (as Geza v. Bolvary)
 1942 Schicksal
 1940 Traummusik
 1939 Opernball
 1939 Maria Ilona
 1939 Flower of the Tisza (as Bolváry Géza)
 1938 Life's Mirror (as Geza von Bolvary)
 1938 Finale
 1937 Premiere (as Geza V. Bolvary)
 1936 Harvest
 1936 Abduction
 1935 Stradivarius
 1935 Stradivari
 1933 Château de rêve (as G. de Bolvary)
 1933 Romance in Budapest (supervising)
 1933 Pardon, tévedtem (supervising director)
 1930 Delikatessen
 1929 The Wrecker
 1929 Bright Eyes
 1928 Artisten
 1927 Der Geisterzug (as Géza v. Bolvary-Zahn)
 1926 Die Liebe der Bajadere (as Bolvary-Zahn)
 1925 Mutterherz
 1924 Egy fiúnak a fele (Short) (as Bolváry Géza)
 1923 Wüstenrausch
 1922 Meseország (as Bolváry Géza)
 1921 Tavaszi szerelem (as Bolváry Géza)
 1921 A Megfagyott gyermek (Short) (uncredited)
 1920 A kétarcú asszony (as Bolváry Géza)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Geza V. Bolvary | Geza v. Bolvary | Géza v. Bolvary-Zahn | Bolvary-Zahn | Bolváry Géza | G. de Bolvary | Geza von Bolvary | Géza Maria von Bolvary | Géza von Bolvary-Zahn
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Trivia:

After World War II Bolváry went to Rome and up to 1949 made a number of films as director for Cinopera. See more »

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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