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Solomon Mikhoels (I) (1890–1948)

Solomon Mikhoels was born on March 16, 1890 in Dvinsk, Russian Empire as Shloyme Vovsi. He is known for his work on Jewish Luck (1925), The Return of Nathan Becker (1933) and Tsirk (1936). He died on January 19, 1948 in Minsk, Byelorussian SSR, USSR. See full bio »

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Jewish Luck
Jewish Luck Menachim Mendel
The Return of Nathan Becker
Tsirk Cameo
The Oppenheim Family


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 1993 Kon Belyy (TV Series) (1993) (singing voice)
 1939 The Oppenheim Family
Dr. Jacobi (as S. Mikhaels)
 1936 Tsirk
Cameo (as S. Mikhoels)
 1933 The Return of Nathan Becker
Tsele Bekker
 1925 Jewish Luck
Menachim Mendel
 1924 Sami sitsotskhle
Spectator (uncredited)
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 1936 A Greater Promise (advisor)
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 2010 Moy otets Evgeniy (Documentary)
 2008 Balancing Acts: A Jewish Theater in the Soviet Union (Documentary short)
 2000 Sworn to Secrecy: Secrets of War (TV Series documentary)
- Cold War: Inside the K.G.B. (2000) ... Himself
 1991 Bolshoi kontsert narodov, ili Dykhanie chein-stoksa (Documentary)
Himself (Solomon Mikhoels) (uncredited)
 1987 The Secret Life of Sergei Eisenstein (Documentary)
Himself - Signs Declaration with Other Celebrities

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Alternate Names:

S. Mikhaels | Solomon Mikhaels | S. Mikhoels

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