Cafe Moscow

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Cafe Moscow
Directed by Steve Sekely
Written by István Tamás
Steve Sekely
Cinematography Willy Goldberger
Rudolf Icsey
Edited by Ladislao Vajda
Music by Alexander Laszlo
Patria Film
Release date
13 February 1936
Running time
84 minutes
Language Hungarian

Cafe Moscow (Hungarian:Café Moszkva) is a 1936 Hungarian adventure film directed by Steve Sekely and starring Anna Tõkés, Gyula Csortos and Ferenc Kiss. Art direction was by József Pán. It is also known by the alternative title Only One Night. [1] The film is set during the First World War on the Eastern Front between Russia and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The film was intended to convey an anti-war message. [2]


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  1. Cunningham p.236
  2. Nemeskürty & Szántó p.60