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Stanislaw Dygat (1914–1978)

Stanislaw Dygat was born on December 5, 1914 in Warsaw, Poland, Russian Empire. He was a writer and actor, known for Lydia Ate the Apple (1958), Spóznieni przechodnie (1962) and Warszawska syrena (1956). He was married to Kalina Jedrusik and Wladyslawa Nawrocka. He died on January 29, 1978 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland. See full bio »

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 1986 Sons and Comrades (novel)
 1977 Palace Hotel
 1976 Tredowata (uncredited)
 1972 Szerokiej drogi, kochanie (dialogue)
 1967 Jovita (novel "Disneyland")
 1965 Wyspa zloczynców (dialogue)
 1964 Zona dla Australijczyka (dialogue)
 1962 Spóznieni przechodnie (screenplay) / (short stories)
 1961 Your Money or Your Life (Short) (short story)
 1961 Droga na zachód (dialogue)
 1960 One Room Tenants (dialogue)
 1958 Lydia Ate the Apple (screenplay) / (short story - as St. Dygat)
 1957 Spotkania (short story)
 1957 Skarb kapitana Martensa (dialogue)
 1956 Warszawska syrena (screenplay) / (story)
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 1961 Your Money or Your Life (Short)
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 1962 Spóznieni przechodnie
Himself (segment "Nauczycielka") (uncredited)

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Alternate Names:

St. Dygat

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He had a daughter, Magdalena (born 1945) with his ex-wife, Wladyslawa.

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