|Directed by||Ladislao Vajda|
|Produced by||Ferenc Pless|
|Edited by||Viktor Bánky|
|Music by||Andor Komáromy|
|5 March 1938|
Magda Expelled (Hungarian: Magdát kicsapják) is a 1938 Hungarian comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda and starring Ida Turay, Klári Tolnay and Antal Páger.  The film was based on a play. In 1940 it was remade in Italy as Maddalena, Zero for Conduct with some changes (such as the recipient of the letter being from Vienna rather than London).
A schoolgirl accidentally sends a love letter written by one of her female teachers to a handsome lawyer in London, leading to a series of misunderstandings which are eventually resolved.
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Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre is a multi-sports club from Budapest, founded in 1888. It has sections for football, handball, basketball, volleyball, futsal, ice hockey, water polo, cycling, gymnastics, athletics, fencing, canoeing, boxing, wrestling, swimming, rowing, karate, taekwondo, sailing, speed skating, skiing, table tennis, tennis and chess.
The Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music is a music university and a concert hall in Budapest, Hungary, founded on November 14, 1875. It is home to the Liszt Collection, which features several valuable books and manuscripts donated by Franz Liszt upon his death, and the AVISO studio, a collaboration between the governments of Hungary and Japan to provide sound recording equipment and training for students. The Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music was founded by Franz Liszt himself.
Hungary competed at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. 167 competitors, 135 men and 32 women, took part in 116 events in 15 sports.
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Villa for Sale is a 1935 Hungarian comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Ernő Verebes, Ida Turay and Gyula Kabos. After he goes away on holiday, a wealthy man's servant accidentally puts his villa up for sale.
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