Stars of Eger

(1968)
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In the year of 1552, the Ottoman Empire continues its conquest of Europe. The Kingdom of Hungary stands as a shield of the West against the Empire. After nearly 2 centuries of fighting, the Hungarians are slowly bleeding and recently lost control of their central kingdom. The fortress of Eger stands as an obstacle to an Ottoman army led by Kara Ahmed Pasha, who seeks to take control of Northern Hungary. The defenders of Eger, led by Baron István Dobó, will fight to the last man despite the odds that are against them.

  1. Zoltán Várkonyi

    Director

  2. Istesk Nemeskürty

    Screenplay

  3. Géza Gárdonyi

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. István Kovács

    István Kovács

    István Dobó

  2. Venczel Vera

    Venczel Vera

    Éva Cecey

  3. István Kovács

    István Kovács

    Gergely Bornemissza

  4. Sinkovits Imre

    Sinkovits Imre

    István Dobó

  5. György Korga

    Jancsika Bornemissza

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Stars of Eger
Stars of Eger

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 19, 1968
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 2h 25m

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