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The Picture of Dorian Gray (1918 film)

The Picture of Dorian Gray
Directed by Alfréd Deésy
Written by József Pakots
Oscar Wilde (novel)
Starring Norbert Dán
Béla Lugosi
Release dates
  • 21 January 1918 (1918-01-21)
Country Hungary
Language Silent

The Picture of Dorian Gray (Hungarian: Az Élet királya) is a 1918 Hungarian drama film directed by Alfréd Deésy, featuring Béla Lugosi.,[1] and based on Oscar Wilde's novel of the same name.

Cast

  • Norbert Dán as Dorian Gray
  • Béla Lugosi as Lord Henry Wotton (as Arisztid Olt)
  • Lajos Gellért as Jim (as Viktor Kurd)
  • Annie Góth as Princess Marborough
  • Ella Hollán
  • Richard Kornay as The prince
  • Ila Lóth as Sibyl Vane
  • Gusztáv Turán as Basil Hallward
  • Camilla von Hollay as Hetti (as Kamilla Hollay)

See also

References

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