Scandal in Budapest (German: Skandal in Budapest) is a 1933 German-Hungarian comedy film, filmed in Hungary in the German language and directed by Géza von Bolváry and Istvan Szekely and starring Franciska Gaal, Werner Pledath and Lotte Spira. It was made by the European subsidiary of Universal Pictures, headed by Joe Pasternak, which had recently left Germany in the face of Hitler's "de-Judification" of that country. A separate Hungarian-language version was also made, with a different cast, titled Pesti Szerelem (or Romance in Budapest). Both versions were released in the United States by Arthur Mayer's

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  • Scandal in Budapest (German: Skandal in Budapest) is a 1933 German-Hungarian comedy film, filmed in Hungary in the German language and directed by Géza von Bolváry and Istvan Szekely and starring Franciska Gaal, Werner Pledath and Lotte Spira. It was made by the European subsidiary of Universal Pictures, headed by Joe Pasternak, which had recently left Germany in the face of Hitler's "de-Judification" of that country. A separate Hungarian-language version was also made, with a different cast, titled Pesti Szerelem (or Romance in Budapest). Both versions were released in the United States by Arthur Mayer's The film was subsequently remade in Hollywood as Top Hat, starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. (en)
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  • Scandal in Budapest (German: Skandal in Budapest) is a 1933 German-Hungarian comedy film, filmed in Hungary in the German language and directed by Géza von Bolváry and Istvan Szekely and starring Franciska Gaal, Werner Pledath and Lotte Spira. It was made by the European subsidiary of Universal Pictures, headed by Joe Pasternak, which had recently left Germany in the face of Hitler's "de-Judification" of that country. A separate Hungarian-language version was also made, with a different cast, titled Pesti Szerelem (or Romance in Budapest). Both versions were released in the United States by Arthur Mayer's (en)
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