The sly students / Furfangos diákok / Die listigen Studenten
ballet in one act and 6 scenes
based on the novel by Mór Jókai
Choregraphy: Gyula Harangozò
director of Debrecen College, Professor Horvàth, intends his daughter,
Ròzsika, to marry Jòzsi, the son of Mr Streber, the town treasurer.
the girl fancies Adàm, the poor student, as it turns out in the busy
market place of the town where the boy gives the girl a present.
gowns, students enter the market place, and play a prank on form master
Mr Jònàs who has fallen asleep whilst looking after his young pupils.
Adàm pulls off one of the teacher’s boots, and the students dance away
with it in the crowd.
His boot recovered, Mr Jònàs breaks into the
room where the professors are buried in their books and are dropping off
in the heat. The students are summoned, to call them to account for
their pratical joke, and Jòzsi gives away Adàm, his rival. The culprit
is sentenced to a lock-up. Adàm escapes from his cell to see Ròzsika
watering flowers in their yard, and the couple dance merrily. However,
Adàm must leave. Shortly the Streber family arrive to propose, but
Ròzsika refuses Jòzsi’s hand. Swotting for his exams in the college
student room, Jòzsi is drunk under the table in revenge by his fellow
students, and the stoned boy is delivered in a comic funeral march to
the Horvàths’house. Coming to, Jòzsi scandalously discredits himself in
the courtyard, so nothing now can hinder the happiness of the lovers.
Source: Hungarian TV M3 - ts (1,41 Gb)
Input Type : MP2V
Input Size : 720 x 576
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