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Aleksandr Khanov (1904–1983)

Aleksandr Khanov was born on May 12, 1904 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire as Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Khanov. He was an actor, known for Minin i Pozharskiy (1939), General Suvorov (1941) and Mayskie zvyozdy (1959). He died on August 30, 1983 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR. See full bio »

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Minin i Pozharskiy
Minin i Pozharskiy Kuzma Minin
General Suvorov
General Suvorov Platonych, his second-in-command
Mayskie zvyozdy
Mayskie zvyozdy Generál
Konyok-gorbunok Ryba-kit


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 1975 Konyok-gorbunok
Ryba-kit (voice, as A. Khanov)
 1971 Konkurs prodolzhayetsya. Iogann Sebastyan Bakh (TV Movie)
Johann Sebastian Bach
 1970 Skazka skazyvayetsya (Short) (voice)
 1968 Khochu bodatsya (Short) (voice)
 1967 Medeya (TV Movie)
 1966 Korolevskaya regata
 1966 Gibel eskadry
 1961 Tri drovoseka (Short) (voice)
 1959 Mayskie zvyozdy
 1958 Zolotye kolosya (Short) (voice, as A. Khanov)
 1956 Chelovek rodilsya
Stepan - Vitaliy's Father
 1955 Orekhovyy prutik (Short)
Faurar (voice)
 1953 Serebristaya pyl
Charles Armstrong
 1951 Far from Moscow
Topolev (as A. Khanov)
 1950 The Fall of Berlin
Party official (as A. Khanov)
 1948 The Train Goes East
Passenger in the dining car (uncredited)
 1947 Nashe serdtse
Zurov (as A. Khanov)
 1941 General Suvorov
Platonych, his second-in-command
 1939 Minin i Pozharskiy
Kuzma Minin

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A. Khanov

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