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Nina Nikitina (1913–2000)

Nina Nikitina was born on December 30, 1913 as Nina Ilinichna Nikitina. She was an actress, known for I Am Cuba (1964), Nad Tissoy (1958) and Early in the Morning (1966). She died on September 17, 2000 in Moscow, Russia. See full bio »



(age 86) in Moscow, Russia

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Known For

I Am Cuba
I Am Cuba Russian text reader (Russian version)
Nad Tissoy
Nad Tissoy Marya Vasilyevna
Early in the Morning
Early in the Morning Nadya Smirnova
Svoya golova na plechakh
Svoya golova na plechakh Yekaterina Ivanovna


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 1982 Chastnaya zhizn (as N. Nikitina)
 1976 Umey skazat «net»!
Dursun-edzhe (voice)
 1969 Serdtse Bonivura (TV Mini-Series)
 1966 Early in the Morning
Nadya Smirnova
 1966 Stryapukha (as N. Nikitina)
 1965 Rodivshisya v grozu
Natasha's mother
 1965 Dayte zhalobnuyu knigu (as N. Nikitina)
 1964 I Am Cuba
Russian text reader (Russian version) (as N. Nikitina)
 1964 Attack and Retreat (as N. Nikitina)
 1963 Tarakanishe (Video short) (voice)
 1962 Seryy volk
 1962 Alyonka
 1961 Svoya golova na plechakh
Yekaterina Ivanovna
 1958 Nad Tissoy
Marya Vasilyevna
 1955 Vasyok Trubachyov i yego tovarishchi (as N. Nikitina)
 1953 Yegor Bulychyov i drugiye
Glafira (as N. Nikitina)
 1953 Dzhambul
 1944 My s Urala
 1943 Native Fields
Marusya Tyutkova (as N. Nikitina)
 1943 Novye pokhozhdeniya Shveyka (as N. Nikitina)
 1940 Salavat Yulayev
Oksana (as N. Nikitina)
 1939 Minin i Pozharskiy
 1939 Shors
Nastya (as N. Nikitina)
 1927 Kaloshi 18 (Short) (as N. Nikitina)

Personal Details

Other Works:

She performed in M. Fokine's arranged "Pavlova and Her Full Company," in A Week's Season of Ballets and Divertissements which included Tannhauser's 'Venusburg,' 'Amarilla," and 'Divertissements" including the 'Dying Swan,' at the Streatham Hill Theatre in Streatham Hill, London, England with Anna Pavlova, Pierre Vladimiroff, H.... See more »

Alternate Names:

N. Nikitina

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