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Seymour Rechzeit (1908–2002)

Seymour Rechzeit was born on January 18, 1908 in Petrikov, Russian Empire. He was an actor, known for Shir Hashirim (1935), Eternal Fools (1930) and Her Second Mother (1940). He was married to Miriam Kressyn. He died on October 14, 2002 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Shir Hashirim
Eternal Fools
Her Second Mother
Her Second Mother Nathan Field
The Jewish Melody


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 1940 Her Second Mother
Nathan Field
 1940 Motel the Operator
Jacob 'Jack' Rosenwald
 1935 Shir Hashirim
 1930 Eternal Fools
 1930 My Jewish Mother
Seymour Rabinowitz
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 2006 Yiddish Theater: A Love Story (Documentary)
 2005 American Yiddish Theater (Documentary)
 2000 The Komediant (Documentary)
Himself (as Seymuor Rechtzeit)
 1984 Almonds and Raisins (Documentary)
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 1933 Live and Laugh (Documentary)

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Alternate Names:

Seymuor Rechtzeit | Seymour Rexite

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