Baba Bizi Eversene Trailer

Baba Bizi Eversene Trailer (1975)

01 January 1975 Comedy 97 mins

Mahir [Barış Manço], patron yardımcısı ve satış temsilcisi olarak çalıştığı ilaç fabrikasının sahibi Fazıl Bey'in [Hulusi Kentmen] kızı Sevim [Meral Zeren] ile yıllar önce bir aşk yaşamışlar; fakat Fazıl Bey buna karşı çıkarak kızı Sevim'i, Mahir'i unutması için yurtdışına göndermiştir. Yıllar sonra Sevim Türkiye'ye geri döner ve Mahir'le tekrar aşk yaşamaya başlar...

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Baris Manco

as Mahir

Meral Zeren

as Sevim

Hulusi Kentmen

as Fazıl Bey

Serpil Nur

as Şermin

Sinan Ecer

as Erol

Bilge Zobu

as Tamburi Sami Bey

Diler Saraç

as Nevin Hanım

Ali Cagaloglu

as Karhan Karhan

Yaşar Şener

as Meyhaneci

Hakkı Kıvanç

as Pazarcı

Osman Han

as Meyhanedeki Adam

Ekrem Dümer

as Şirket Müşterisi

Muammer Gözalan

as Şirket Müşterisi

Ahmet Turgutlu

as Pazarcı

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1975

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