Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Dunaparti Randevu (Romance At the Danube) offers yet another pair of ardent young lovers who pursue their romance despite her papa's objections. Once again, the hero (Imre Raday) is an impoverished writer, while the heroine (Zita Perczel) is the daughter of a rich man. And once again, the girl's father (Julius Kabos) refuses to bless the union until the boy "makes something" of himself. At the last moment, the hero manages to win over the father by writing a best-seller -- still another familiar plot device. And as expected, the acting honors are won by the father, played by ace Hungarian comic Julius Kabos.
daughter, forbidden-love, love, poverty, romance, writing