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  • Vilma Bánky - Wikipedia

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    Vilma Bánky (9 January 1901 – 18 March 1991) was a Hungarian-born American silent film actress, although the early part of her acting career began in Budapest, spreading to France, Austria, and Germany.

  • Vilma Bánky - IMDb

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    Vilma Bánky, Actress: The Son of the Sheik. Vilma Bánky appeared in Hungarian, Austrian and French movies between 1920 and 1925, the year in which Samuel Goldwyn signed her, in Budapest, to a Hollywood contract. In Hollywood she was billed as the "The Hungarian Rhapsody". ... (as Vilma Banky) 1925 Soll man heiraten? 1925 The Dark Angel Kitty Vane 1924 The Lady from Paris Bessy Ferguson 1924 King of the Circus Ketty 1924 Das verbotene Land. 1924 Die letzte Stunde Mabel 1923 Das Bildnis.

  • Vilma Banky | Hungarian actress | Britannica.com

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    Other articles where Vilma Banky is discussed: Ronald Colman: …was teamed with Hungarian actress Vilma Banky in such films as The Dark Angel (1925), The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926), The Night of Love (1927), The Magic Flame (1927), and Two Lovers (1928). This pairing established them as a romantic screen couple who rivaled the popularity of Greta Garbo…

  • Vilma Bánky - revolvy.com

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    Schildgen, Rachel A. More Than A Dream: Rediscovering the Life and Films of Vilma Banky. 1921 PVG Publishing, 2010. External links Gusztáv Vándory at the Internet Movie Database Gusztáv Vándory (6 December 1882 – 16 November 1964) was a Hungarian stage and film actor. He was born and died in Budapest . Selected filmography Lili (1918) Yamata (1919) Neither at Home or Abroad (1919) Veszély. Helena (1924 film)

  • Vilma Banky | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos | AllMovie

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    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Vilma Banky on AllMovie - During her heyday, Hollywood leading actress Vilma Banky was billed as "The Hungarian Rhapsody."…

  • Vilma Bánky (1901-1991) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Actress. Born Konsics Bánky Vilma in Nagydorog near Budapest Hungary. Her father was a bureau chief under the Franz Josef Austro-Hungarian Empire. She was raised and educated in Budapest and had 2 younger siblings-a brother, Guyla and a sister, Agnes. Renown for her beauty and grace her friends suggested she take up...

  • Movie Legends - Vilma Banky - YouTube

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    Hungarian-born silent film actress best known for her roles in 'The Eagle' and 'Son of the Sheik' with Rudolph Valentino. A re-make of the original 'Movie Le...

  • Vilma Bánky - Biography - IMDb

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    Rudolph Valentino personally picked Vilma Banky as his leading lady in what would be his final film "The Son Of The Sheik". Vilma's first talking picture, "This Is Heaven," proved an awful experience for the almost inaudible Hungarian actress. Therefore, her illustrious silent film career did not survive the change to talkies. She made her very last film only four years later, in 1933.

  • Vilma Bánky - NNDB

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    Vilma Bánky. AKA Vilma Konsics Bánky. Born: 9-Jan-1898 Birthplace: Nagydorog, Austria-Hungary Died: 18-Mar-1991 Location of death: Los Angeles, CA Cause of death: unspecified Re. Father: János Konsics Bánky Mother: Katalin Ulbert Husband: Rod La Rocque (actor, m. 26-Jun-1927, d. 15-Oct-1969) Hollywood Walk of Fame 7021 Hollywood Blvd. (motion ...

  • Overview for Vilma Banky - Turner Classic Movies

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