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Chava (Character)
from Fiddler on the Roof (1971)

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Fiddler on the Roof -- Clip: Tevye's Daughters

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Alternate Names:
Chavah 'Khave' / Hava / Khava

Filmography

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  1. "Teve-molochnik" (1985) TV series Played by Vera Sotnikova (as Khava)

  2. Fiddler on the Roof (1971) Played by Neva Small

  3. Tevye and His Seven Daughters (1968) Played by Tikva Mor
    ... aka "Tuvia Vesheva Benotav" - Israel (original title)

  4. Tevya (1939) Played by Miriam Riselle (as Chavah 'Khave')

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Quotes:
From Fiddler on the Roof (1971)
Tevye: [after seeing Chava and Fyedka talking] What were you and he talking about?
Chava: Nothing. We were just talking.
Tevye: Good.
[walks away]
Chava: [chasing after Teyve] Papa! Fyedka and I... We've known each other for a long time...
Tevye: Chaveleh, I would be much happier if you remained friends from a distance. You must not forget who you are and who that man is.
Chava: He has a name, Papa.
Tevye: Of course. All creatures on Earth have a name.
Chava: Fyedka is not a creature, Papa. Fyedka is a man!
Tevye: Who says he isn't? It's just that he's a different kind of man. As the Good Book says, "Each shall seek his own kind." In other words, a bird may love a fish, but where would they build a home together?
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