Dunja (film)

This article is about the film. For the Italian commune, see Dogna. For the fruit, see Quince.

Dunja is a 1955 Austrian film adaptation of an Alexander Pushkin novel, directed by Josef von Báky, starring Eva Bartok, Karlheinz Böhm, Ivan Desny and Walter Richter. It is the director's take on the 1940 film Der Postmeister by Gustav Ucicky.[1]


  1. Williams, Alan (2002), Film and nationalism, Depth of Field, Rutgers University Press, p. 150, ISBN 0-8135-3040-7

External links

Dunja at the Internet Movie Database

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