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László Márkus est un Acteur Hongrois né le 10 juin 1927 à Budapest (Hongrie)

László Márkus

László Márkus
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Nationalité Hongrie
Naissance 10 juin 1927 à Budapest (Hongrie)
Mort 30 décembre 1985 (à 58 ans) à Budapest (Hongrie)
Récompenses Prix Kossuth, Jászai Mari-díj

László Márkus (10 June 1927 – 30 December 1985) was a Hungarian actor. He appeared in over 90 films and television shows between 1952 and 1985. He starred in the 1985 film Első kétszáz évem, which was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival.

Le plus souvent avec

Tamás Major
Tamás Major
(3 films)
Dezső Garas
Dezső Garas
(3 films)
Gyula Maár
Gyula Maár
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de László Márkus (8 films)

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Le CInquième Sceau, 1h51
Réalisé par Zoltán Fábri
Origine Hongrie
Genres Drame, Guerre
Acteurs Lajos Őze, László Márkus, Zoltán Latinovits, György Cserhalmi
Rôle Király László
Note86% 4.341174.341174.341174.341174.34117
L’hiver 1944. Une poignée d’amis se trouvent réunis dans une salle de torture. Pour avoir le droit de sortir, ils doivent gifler un prisonnier en train d’être torturé mais ils sont incapables d’un tel geste. Király le libraire et ses compagnons, donnent leur vie pour conserver une part d’humanité. Seul l’horloger Gyuricza accepte, la mort dans l’âme, d’assener les coups, dans le seul but de sauver les enfants juifs cachés dans son appartement.
Hugó, a víziló, 1h26
Genres Drame, Animation
Thèmes Afrique post-coloniale
Acteurs Burl Ives, Robert Morley, Paul Lynde, Ronny Cox, Percy Rodriguez, Don Marshall
Note70% 3.535233.535233.535233.535233.53523
The Sultan of Zanzibar has a harbor infested with sharks, which makes it impossible for ships to trade with him. In an attempt to fix the problem, he brings twelve hippos into the harbor to keep the sharks away. His idea works well enough, but once the hippos are no longer a novelty and the people no longer feed them, they begin to starve. After the hungry hippos rampage through the city looking for food, Aban-Khan, the king's adviser, slaughters all the hippos except one, a little hippo named Hugo. Hugo escapes across the sea to the city of Dar es Salaam, on the African mainland.
Régi idők focija, 1h24
Réalisé par Pál Sándor
Genres Comédie
Thèmes Sport, Football
Acteurs Dezső Garas, Tamás Major, László Márkus, András Kern, Hédi Temessy
Rôle Turner Pipi
Note67% 3.390823.390823.390823.390823.39082
Dans les années 1920, Ede Minarik sacrifie sa vie personnelle pour son équipe de football qui peut prétendre accéder à la première division.
Deux mi-temps en enfer, 2h
Réalisé par Zoltán Fábri
Origine Hongrie
Genres Drame, Guerre
Thèmes Sport, Football
Acteurs Dezső Garas, János Görbe, Tibor Molnár, László Márkus, János Koltai, Zoltán Gera
Rôle Pogány
Note80% 4.0287754.0287754.0287754.0287754.028775
Spring 1944. Nazi officers want to organize a football match for Hitler's birthday, in which Germans would play against Hungarian labour servicemen of war. They call for the famous Hungarian footballer, Ónódi, and order him to organize a team. Ónódi accepts, but in turn demands extra food, a ball with which he and his team can train before the match, and asks that they be allowed to concentrate on training before the match and not work. The Germans accept all the demands, but recommend Ónódi not include any Jews in his team. However, Ónódi can't organize the team only from his company, because only 8 out of 98 Hungarian labour servicemen can play football. Therefore Ónódi recruits players from the other company. One of the players is Steiner, who is a Jew and can't play football. He lied to Ónódi because he was afraid to die. During training the footballers subdue the Hungarian corporal guarding them and try to escape. They are soon recaptured and told they will now face probable death penalty. However, the Hungarian officer orders the Hungarian team to still play the match. At the beginning of the match Ónódi and his team are discouraged, as the Germans easily score three goals. The Hungarians succeed in scoring one goal and the first half ends 3-1 in favour of Germany. At the interval the Hungarian commander tells the Hungarian players that they might not be executed if they lose the match. The Hungarians refuse to believe this. At the beginning of the second half they score three goals. As a result, during the match, they are executed by the Germans.