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Occupation
  
Actor

Years active
  
1925-1961 (film )


Name
  
Ivan Koval-Samborsky

Role
  
Actor

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Born
  
16 September 1893
Russian Empire

Died
  
January 10, 1962, Soviet Union

Movies
  
When Moscow Laughs, Mother, Miss Mend, Chess Fever, Sprengbagger 1010

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Ivan Koval-Samborsky (1893–1962) was a Ukrainian stage and film actor. After establishing himself in the Soviet film industry in the 1920s, he briefly went to work in Germany during the late 1920s before returning to Russia following the arrival of sound. In 1938 he was arrested by the Soviet authorities leading to his most recent film, the anti-Nazi The Swamp Soldiers, having to be reshot to minimize his role. He didn't appear in another film until 1957.

Selected filmography

  • Chess Fever (1925)
  • His Call (1925)
  • Mother (1926)
  • Man from the Restaurant (1927)
  • The Forty-First (1927)
  • The Prince of Rogues (1928)
  • Mary Lou (1928)
  • Love in the Cowshed (1928)
  • The Yellow Ticket (1928)
  • Knights of the Night (1928)
  • Mariett Dances Today (1928)
  • When the Guard Marches (1928)
  • Cagliostro (1929)
  • My Heart is a Jazz Band (1929)
  • Mascots (1929)
  • Alraune (1930)
  • Bookkeeper Kremke (1930)
  • The Big Attraction (1931)
  • Transit Camp (1932)
  • References

    Ivan Koval-Samborsky Wikipedia


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