Dear Emma, Sweet Böbe Trailer

Dear Emma, Sweet Böbe Trailer (1992)

20 March 1992 Drama, Foreign 90 mins

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Cast

Péter Andorai

as Stefanics - Igazgató

Éva Kerekes

as Szundi

Ildikó Bánsági

as Emma (voice)

Crew

International Titles

Liebe Emma, süße Böbe Trailer

Dulce Emma, querida Böbe Trailer

Suloinen Emma, rakas Böbe Trailer

Chère Emma Trailer

Édes Emma, drága Böbe Trailer

Dolce Emma, cara Bobe Trailer

Kochana Emmo, droga Böbe Trailer

Dear Emma, Sweet Böbe Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hungary 20 March 1992

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