Josef von Báky (23 March 1902, Zombor, Austria-Hungary (now, Slovakia) – 28 July 1966, Munich, Germany) was a Hungarian filmmaker. He was also known as Josef v. Baky and József Baky. He was born in the town of Zombor (Sombor) in the Kingdom of Hungary in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now in Slovakia). He worked as an assistant to Geza von Bolvary. He worked as director or producer on no less than 48 films. He died in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.

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  • Josef von Báky (23 March 1902, Zombor, Austria-Hungary (now, Slovakia) – 28 July 1966, Munich, Germany) was a Hungarian filmmaker. He was also known as Josef v. Baky and József Baky. He was born in the town of Zombor (Sombor) in the Kingdom of Hungary in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now in Slovakia). He worked as an assistant to Geza von Bolvary. He worked as director or producer on no less than 48 films. He died in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Báky's best known film is Münchhausen, which was released in 1943. It is a fantasy-comedy and is noted for how it avoids politics of its time. The film was ordered by Nazi propaganda minister Goebbels to celebrate the 25th anniversary of UFA and to compete with Hollywood productions. (en)
  • Josef von Báky (* 23. März 1902 in Zombor; † 28. Juli 1966 in München) war ein ungarischer Filmregisseur. (de)
  • Josef von Báky Josef von Báky, né le 23 mars 1902 à Zobor (Autriche-Hongrie) et décédé le 28 juillet 1966 à Munich, est un réalisateur hongrois. Né sujet austro-hongrois, il a fait toute sa carrière de cinéaste en Allemagne, d'abord sous la République de Weimar, ensuite sous le Troisième Reich, enfin en Allemagne de l'Ouest. Il est resté célèbre pour son adaptation des Aventures fantastiques du baron Munchhausen (1943), d'après le roman de Carl Leberecht Immermann. (fr)
  • Йозеф фон Ба́ки (нем. Josef von Báky; 23 марта 1902 года, Зобор — 28 июля 1966 года, Мюнхен) — немецкий кинорежиссёр венгерского происхождения. (ru)
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  • Josef von Báky (* 23. März 1902 in Zombor; † 28. Juli 1966 in München) war ein ungarischer Filmregisseur. (de)
  • Josef von Báky Josef von Báky, né le 23 mars 1902 à Zobor (Autriche-Hongrie) et décédé le 28 juillet 1966 à Munich, est un réalisateur hongrois. Né sujet austro-hongrois, il a fait toute sa carrière de cinéaste en Allemagne, d'abord sous la République de Weimar, ensuite sous le Troisième Reich, enfin en Allemagne de l'Ouest. Il est resté célèbre pour son adaptation des Aventures fantastiques du baron Munchhausen (1943), d'après le roman de Carl Leberecht Immermann. (fr)
  • Йозеф фон Ба́ки (нем. Josef von Báky; 23 марта 1902 года, Зобор — 28 июля 1966 года, Мюнхен) — немецкий кинорежиссёр венгерского происхождения. (ru)
  • Josef von Báky (23 March 1902, Zombor, Austria-Hungary (now, Slovakia) – 28 July 1966, Munich, Germany) was a Hungarian filmmaker. He was also known as Josef v. Baky and József Baky. He was born in the town of Zombor (Sombor) in the Kingdom of Hungary in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now in Slovakia). He worked as an assistant to Geza von Bolvary. He worked as director or producer on no less than 48 films. He died in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. (en)
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  • Josef von Báky (fr)
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  • Баки, Йозеф фон (ru)
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