Steve Sekely ou Étienne Szekely, ou encore Stefan Szekely, né István Székely le 25 février 1899 à Budapest (Empire austro-hongrois) et mort le 9 mars 1979 à Palm Springs en Californie aux États-Unis, est un réalisateur, scénariste et producteur de cinéma hongrois.

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  • Steve Sekely ou Étienne Szekely, ou encore Stefan Szekely, né István Székely le 25 février 1899 à Budapest (Empire austro-hongrois) et mort le 9 mars 1979 à Palm Springs en Californie aux États-Unis, est un réalisateur, scénariste et producteur de cinéma hongrois.
  • Székely István (Steve Sekely, S. K. Seeley) (Budapest, 1899. február 25. – Palm Springe, Kalifornia, USA, 1979. március 11.) magyar filmrendező.
  • Steve Sekely (1899-1979) was a Hungarian film director. Born Székely István, he was known by several names, based on his changing professional and immigration status, including Stefan Szekely. He directed films in Hungarian, German, and English. He worked as a newspaper journalist in Germany, before returning to Hungary in the early 1930s. He directed one of the most famous classic Hungarian films, the frequently revived comedy Hyppolit, a lakáj (1931). That film was remade in 2000 and the original was later digitally restored and released on DVD. Sekely left pre-war Hungary, fleeing growing Fascism and laws restricting rights and professional opportunities for Jews. He worked in Hollywood for much of his subsequent career, directing mostly B movies and early episodic TV, although he directed his best-known English language film, the cult science fiction thriller The Day of the Triffids in the UK and returned to Hungary to direct his final film, The Girl Who Liked Purple Flowers, which was released in 1973.
  • Steve Sekely (* 25. Februar 1899 als István Székely in Budapest; † 9. März 1979 in Palm Springs, Kalifornien) war ein ungarischer Filmregisseur.
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  • Steve Sekely ou Étienne Szekely, ou encore Stefan Szekely, né István Székely le 25 février 1899 à Budapest (Empire austro-hongrois) et mort le 9 mars 1979 à Palm Springs en Californie aux États-Unis, est un réalisateur, scénariste et producteur de cinéma hongrois.
  • Székely István (Steve Sekely, S. K. Seeley) (Budapest, 1899. február 25. – Palm Springe, Kalifornia, USA, 1979. március 11.) magyar filmrendező.
  • Steve Sekely (* 25. Februar 1899 als István Székely in Budapest; † 9. März 1979 in Palm Springs, Kalifornien) war ein ungarischer Filmregisseur.
  • Steve Sekely (1899-1979) was a Hungarian film director. Born Székely István, he was known by several names, based on his changing professional and immigration status, including Stefan Szekely. He directed films in Hungarian, German, and English. He worked as a newspaper journalist in Germany, before returning to Hungary in the early 1930s. He directed one of the most famous classic Hungarian films, the frequently revived comedy Hyppolit, a lakáj (1931).
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