Silent film star marries in synagogue
- Event Date
- 1925 April
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Hungarian National Digital Archive and Film Institute
Magyar Híradó 62. Gitta Alpár and her fiancee stand in front of a synagogue, with crowds of people to the right and left. Gitta clutches a white coat around her and dons a crown-like headpiece. They walk down the stairs, and Gitta shakes a few people’s hands. Her husband tips his hat. Behind them is a young flower girl, carrying a bouquet. A man to Gitta’s right hands her a bouquet of flowers. CU of the newly married couple. Gita in a carriage, smiling. Her husband joins her, and the carriage pulls away. Another man and woman dressed in furs and sitting in a carriage, likely members of the wedding party. The crowd on the steps outside the synagogue, with another man and woman standing together in the foreground.
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