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Torday Géza, a new engineer arrives at the ammunition factory disguised as if manufacturing camping gears. His appearance upsets existing patterns. The director sells the products at a low price in the West. In the meantime diversionaries attempt to destroy the plant. It turns out that Torday is a man of the intelligence built in among the reconnaissance people, as is his childhood lover, Magda. Agents and policemen play the game.

  1. László Nádasy

    Director

  2. Miklós Szabó

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Pécsi Ildikó

    Pécsi Ildikó

  2. Attila Nagy

    Attila Nagy

  3. Zoltán Latinovits

    Zoltán Latinovits

  4. Zoltán Várkonyi

    Zoltán Várkonyi

  5. Nándor Tomanek

    Nándor Tomanek

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Original Title Fény a redőny mögött

Status Released

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  • February 24, 1966
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Original Language Hungarian

Runtime 1h 20m

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