You find Hungarian Jews in the less expected places. In Blade Runner (my favorite film) there is a scene where Deckard is eating noodles in a street stand and Gaff appears to invite him to the office of his former boss, the police chief. The dialogue is in citispeak, a language that somehow sounded very familiar. Now I know: Olmos (Gaff) is a Hungarian Jew and he was mixing Hungarian words into cityspeak.
Policeman: Hey, idi-wa. [Korean: "Hey, come here."]
Gaff: Monsieur, azonnal kövessen engem bitte. (French-Hungarian-German: "Sir, follow me immediately please!")
Sushi Master: He say you under arrest, Mr. Deckard.
Deckard: You got the wrong guy, pal.
Gaff: Lófaszt, nehogy már. Te vagy a Blade ... Blade Runner. (Hungarian: "Horsedick, no way! You are the Blade ...)
Sushi Master: He say you 'Brade Runner'.
Deckard: Tell him I'm eating.
Gaff: Captain Bryant toka. Me ni omae yo. ["Japanese": "Captain Bryant wants to see your mug in front of his immediately!")
Deckard: Bryant, huh?
Gaff: Hai! [Japanese: "Yes!"]