|Watchhouse in the Carpathians|
|Hungarian||Őrház a Kárpátokban|
|Directed by|| Alexander Korda |
|Languages|| Silent |
Watchhouse in the Carpathians (Hungarian: Őrház a Kárpátokban) is a 1914 Hungarian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and Gyula Zilahy and starring Anna Hadrik and Gusztáv Vándory. 
Sir Alexander Korda was a Hungarian-British film director, producer and screenwriter, who founded his own film production studios and film distribution company.
Zoltan Korda was a Hungarian-born motion picture screenwriter, director and producer. He made his first film in Hungary in 1918, and worked with his brother Alexander Korda on film-making there and in London. They both moved to the United States in 1940 to Hollywood and the American film industry.
Jenő Janovics was a Hungarian film director, screenwriter and actor of the silent era. He directed 33 films between 1913 and 1920. He also wrote for 30 films between 1913 and 1918. He was the founder and driving force behind the Corvin Film studio, which also involved the rising young director Alexander Korda.
Lili is a 1917 Hungarian comedy film directed by Cornelius Hintner. The film was first shown on 21 October 1917 at the Urania Theater in Budapest. Some sources list Bela Lugosi in the cast, but that is unverified.
Spring Shower is a 1932 French-Hungarian drama film directed by Pál Fejös and starring Annabella, Ilona Dajbukát and Erzsi Bársony. A French-language version Marie, légende hongroise and a Romanian-language version Prima dragoste were also released. It was made by the French-based producer Adolphe Osso who had money reserves frozen by the Hungarian government, and needed to spend the money in Hungary.
Duel for Nothing is a 1940 Hungarian drama film directed by Emil Martonffy and starring Gyula Csortos, Lili Berky and Alice Nagy. It was based on a novel by Sándor Hunyady.
The Prince and the Pauper is a 1920 Austrian silent adventure film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Tibor Lubinszky, Albert Schreiber, and Adolf Weisse. It is based on Mark Twain's 1881 novel The Prince and the Pauper about a poor boy who switches places with Edward, Prince of Wales in Tudor England.
White Rose is a 1919 Hungarian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring María Corda, Gyula Bartos, and Emil Fenyvessy. It was based on an 1853 novel by Mór Jókai. It was released by the state-owned Hungarian film industry during the Hungarian Soviet Republic, although production had begun before the regime came to power. Korda went on to make two further films for the Soviet government Yamata and Ave Caesar! which led to his eventual arrest once the regime had been overthrown and his ultimate decision to leave Hungary for Austria.
Neither at Home or Abroad is a 1919 Hungarian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Lajos Ujváry, Hermin Haraszti and María Corda. Its title is also often translated as Neither In Nor Out.
Number 111 is a 1919 Hungarian silent thriller film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Gábor Rajnay, María Corda and Gyula Bartos. The film was based on a novel by Jenő Heltai. It was Korda's final Hungarian film before he went into exile in Austria during the White Terror. The film was remade in 1938.
Yamata is a 1919 Hungarian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Emil Fenyvessy, Ila Lóth and Gábor Rajnay. The film was made for the state-owned Hungarian film industry during the Hungarian Soviet Republic, and concerns a black slave's revolt against his master. The film's apparent political leftism, along with that of Ave Caesar! (1919), led to Korda's arrest once the Soviet Republic collapsed and he fled Hungary in 1919 during the White Terror.
Gusztáv Vándory was a Hungarian stage and film actor. He was born and died in Budapest.
Harrison and Barrison is a 1917 Hungarian silent comedy film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Márton Rátkai, Dezsõ Gyárfás and Nusi Somogyi. Korda broke from his previous practice of adapting literary works, to direct an original screenplay. The film's style is a madcap one, which relied on the talents of its two stars Rátkai and Gyárfás who were popular comedians. It was Korda's most famous Hungarian film, better known than his literary adaptions. Korda himself considered the film his best work of the period.
Night Watch is a 1928 American drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Billie Dove, Paul Lukas and Donald Reed. It was an adaptation of the dramatic 1921 play In the Night Watch, written by Michael Morton. The film is set almost entirely on a French warship at the beginning of the First World War. Although largely a silent film, Night Watch was the first of Korda's films to feature sound effects and music but no dialogue from Vitaphone.
Ave Caesar! is a 1919 Hungarian drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Oscar Beregi Sr., María Corda and Gábor Rajnay. A debauched Habsburg Prince sends out one of his aide-de-camps to bring him back a gypsy girl. The film was considered as an attack on the aristocracy. It was made by Korda for the state-owned film industry during the Hungarian Soviet Republic. Once the regime fell later that year Korda was arrested and eventually compelled to leave Hungary as part of the White Terror.
Gyula Zilahy was a Hungarian stage and film actor. He co-directed several films with Alexander Korda in 1914-1915 including Korda's first film Watchhouse in the Carpathians. Zilahy was born as Gyula Balogh in 1859 in Zilah and his career began in 1876. From 1880-84 he worked in Kolozsvár, then in Debrecen (1885–87), and in Szeged (1888).
Modern Girls or Today's Girls is a 1937 Hungarian comedy film directed by Béla Gaál and starring Lia Szepes, Jëno Pataky and Steven Geray. The film may be best remembered for Magda Gabor's appearance in a supporting role.
The Old Scoundrel 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.
Tutyu and Totyo is a 1915 Hungarian silent film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Gusztáv Vándory.
Man of Gold is a 1919 Hungarian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Oszkár Beregi, Gábor Rajnay and Margit Makay. The movie is based on the novel The Man with the Golden Touch by Mór Jókai.