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Tamás Major


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About Tamás Major

Tamás Major is a 112 years old male from Újpest, Austria-Hungary [now in Budapest, Hungary]. Tamás is most well known for acting, and has 36 known credits, of which 36 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Tamás Major’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Tamás Major’s movies you should definitely watch Colonel Redl (1985), as with 5.0 it is the highest rated movie Tamás has worked on!

  1. Colonel Redl (1985)
  2. The Corporal and the Others (1965)
  3. Deliver Us from Evil (1979)
  4. Alfa Romeo and Julia (1969)
  5. Crime at Dawn (1960)

1. Colonel Redl (1985 Movie)

The best rated movie Tamás Major has been a part of is the drama, history movie Colonel Redl, where they had the role of Baron Kubinyi. It has a rating on Friendspire of 5.0 and 7.4 on IMDb .

2. The Corporal and the Others (1965)

The Corporal and the Others has a rating on 8.4 on IMDb . Tamás Major worked on this comedy movie as Albert / Kovács Dezső.

3. Deliver Us from Evil (1979)

In Deliver Us from Evil Tamás Major was worked as Toast the Knowing . This drama movie has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb .

4. Alfa Romeo and Julia (1969)

This comedy movie has a rating on 6.7 on IMDb . In Alfa Romeo and Julia Tamás Major had the role of Beteg.

5. Crime at Dawn (1960)

Tamás Major was a part of the movie Crime at Dawn as Halmágyi. This drama movie has a rating 6.5 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Tamás Major born?

Tamás Major’s birthday is on 26 January 1910 .

What is Tamás Major’s gender?

Tamás Major is male.

Where was Tamás Major born?

Tamás Major was born in Újpest, Austria-Hungary [now in Budapest, Hungary].

What is Tamás most known for?

Tamás Major is most known for acting. Tamás has worked on 36 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Tamás Major’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Colonel Redl, which has a score of 5.0.

Tamás’s Filmography

As Baron Kubinyi. Set during the fading glory of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the film tells of the rise and fall of Alfred Redl, an ambitious young officer who proceeds up the ladder to become head of the Secret Police only to become ensnared in political deception.

As Albert / Kovács Dezső. PFC Molnár decides his WWII services are over, and with serious money hidden in his hand grenades, he heads to an abandoned mansion where he encounters not only the sour butler but a bunch of others who also try to wimp out of their duties.

As Igazgató úr. Winter of 1944, the last days of the war. When the roads and houses ceased to exist and the bottom of the cellars become filled with life, when fortunes were lost and countries burned up, her used coat was only important to Mama, the cloak-room servant of a local dance-school. Her son stole it to sell it for twenty pengő. He did it because Aranka Fussbaum's love cost money. There is no honour left in such a destroyed world. Yet still they start looking for that coat... (Elemér Ragályi won Best camera with this movie in Montreal, 1979, and in Budapest, 1980.)

As Beteg. A young man has his hepatic duct replaced with a plastic tube after an accident but starts to get worried how this will affect his manliness.

As Halmágyi. Private inspector Hável happens to travel on the train which is attacked at Biatorbágy. His attention is drawn to a suspicious man, and in the next few days he confirms that it was indeed him who committed the crime. Yet the police accuses not the lunatic Marschalkó but the communists. Summary justice is declared.

As Kerényi úr. The laundryman only lives for one thing: soccer. His dream is to have his team in the premier league, but for that he needs money and the only way he can do that is by selling some of his players.

As IX. Pius pápa. This is a romantic biographical film about Franz Liszt. In a distinguished saloon of Paris, the unknown composer, Liszt, defeats the renown Thalberg at a piano competition. Through his playing, he wins the favours and later the hand of the countess D'Agoult. A daughter is born in their marriage, Cosima. Liszt is better and better known, Marie introduces him to the circle of artists.

As Dani's grandpa. In December 1956 there is a chaotic situation in Hungary. The revolution is put down by the Soviet army. People leave the country in large numbers for fear of revenge. A young soldier (György Angeli) who also took a part in the revolution, takes a train to Vienna together with his friend (Dániel Szerencsés). Written by Tamas Patrovics

Executive producer. In this caricature-like film an old film director offers his memories of his career to his former student, now a studio manager, as an idea for a new film. We can see the director in Berlin in the twenties, where his task is to make a film star of Hungarian origin cry out of homesickness.

As Werbõczy. The film is a historic parable about the topicality of revolution. 1514. The peasants' uprising is over, Dózsa has been arrested. Werbőczy tries to get the imprisoned peasant leader deny the revolution and offers him the lives of his people in exchange.

As Klimperberger, karmester. Kicsi Dániel, the young virtuoso pianist gets a separate apartment in the ten-storey block of flats. He rehearses all the time, irregularly, day and night, disturbing thus the peace of the dwellers in the thin-walled house. Inquisition begins in the name of equal rights for inhabitants.

As Oborzil - öreg színész. Péter tries to make a film on "Swan-Lake". At the weekend, shooting stops and the staff goes home. Péter leaves for home with his wife, Judit, but as he catches sight of a girl at the station, he cannot resist the temptation and gets off the train.

As Herr Reisiger. Trotta is a 1971 West German film directed by Johannes Schaaf. It is based on the 1938 novel Die Kapuzinergruft (The Emperor's Tomb) by Austrian author Joseph Roth. It was chosen as West Germany's official submission to the 45th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but did not manage to receive a nomination. It was also entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival.

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