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/ ˈkɔr də /
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Sir Alexander Sándor Kellner, 1893–1956, British film producer, born in Hungary.
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British Dictionary definitions for Korda
/ (ˈkɔːdə) /
Sir Alexander, real name Sandor Kellner . 1893–1956, British film producer and director, born in Hungary: his films include The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), Anna Karenina (1948), and The Third Man (1949)
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