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Filmography by TV series for
Leah Sadeh (Character)
from "Meorav Yerushalmi" (2003)

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"Meorav Yerushalmi" (36 episodes)
... aka "Jerusalem Brew" - Israel (English title) (imdb display title)
  1. Ha-Goblen (1 December 2003)  
  2. Ha-Kasheh Shel Ha-Lechem (9 December 2003)  
  3. Nissim Ve-Niflaot (16 December 2003)  
  4. Kise Ha-Sandak (23 December 2003)  
  5. Bikur Cholim (30 December 2003)  
  6. Sukot U-Shkarim (6 January 2004)  
  7. Chidon Ha-Tanach (13 January 2004)  
  8. Tura'it Sadeh (20 January 2004)  
  9. Nedudey Shena (27 January 2004)  
  10. Ha-Eglon Mi-Jerba (3 February 2004)  
  11. Haftarah (10 February 2004)  
  12. Hafred U-Mshol (10 November 2005)  
  13. Ha-Dosit Hachi Kravit Be-Tzahal (17 November 2005)  
  14. Yamim Nora'im (24 November 2005)  
  15. Kaparot (1 December 2005)  
  16. Bikur Ha-Achot Ha-Gdola (8 December 2005)  
  17. Dvar Avera (15 December 2005)  
  18. Musar Klayot (22 December 2005)  
  19. Toenet Rabanit (29 December 2005)  
  20. Zer Le-Fiyus (12 January 2006)  
  21. Birkat Cohanim (19 January 2006)  
  22. Ha-Gvarim Shel Ha-Mishpacha (26 January 2006)  
  23. Kri'a (2 February 2006)  
  24. Mutarim Lachem, Mutarim Lachem (9 February 2006)  
  25. Yom Ha-Shana (27 October 2009)  
  26. Purim Same'ach (3 November 2009)  
  27. Ha-Ba'it Be-Nachlaot (10 November 2009)  
  28. Milchemet Achim (17 November 2009)  
  29. Hatchalot Chadashot (24 November 2009)  
  30. Preda (1 December 2009)  
  31. Seudat Erusin (8 December 2009)  
  32. Ahava Ze Ha-Kol (15 December 2009)  
  33. Eifo Yosi (22 December 2009)  
  34. Nachash O Chava (29 December 2009)  
  35. Hatzagat Bechora (6 January 2010)  
  36. Sof Davar (13 January 2010)