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Vladimir Fogel (1902–1929)

Vladimir Fogel was born in 1902 in Moscow, Russian Empire as Vladimir Petrovich Fogel. He was an actor, known for Chess Fever (1925), Tretya meshchanskaya (1927) and Po zakonu (1926). He died on June 8, 1929 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR [now Russia]. See full bio »
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 1928 Kukla s millionami
Paul Cuisinai
 1928 Dom na Trubnoy
Mr. Golikov - hairdresser
 1928 Salamander
 1928 The Yellow Ticket
Baron's son-in-law (as V.P. Fogel)
 1927 The End of St. Petersburg
German Officer
 1927 Tretya meshchanskaya
Volodia - the friend
 1926 The Adventures of the Three Reporters
Fogel, a photojournalist
 1926 Three Thieves
a Man with a binocular
 1925 Luch smerti
Fog - a fascist
 1925 Chess Fever (Short)
The Hero

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V.P. Fogel

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