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Semyon Svashenko (1904–1969)

Semyon Svashenko was born on September 1, 1904 in Dergachi, Kharkov Governorate, Ukraine, Russian Empire as Semyon Andreyevich Svashenko. He was an actor, known for Arsenal (1929), Earth (1930) and Ballad of a Soldier (1959). He died on November 23, 1969. See full bio »

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(age 65)

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 1966 War and Peace
Old Russian Soldier
 1962 Bey, baraban!
Farmer
 1961 Duel
 1961 Nakhalenok
 1959 Ballad of a Soldier
Old Ukrainian (as S. Svashenko)
 1959 Khmuroe utro
 1957 Belyy pudel
Homeless man
 1953 Attack from the Sea
Russian Army officer
 1951 Dream of a Cossack
Secretary
 1951 Miners of the Don
Engineer
 1950 The Horsemen
Unspecified Wrangler
 1949 Stalingradskaya bitva I
Tank commander
 1948 Private Aleksandr Matrosov
Communist Party Organizer
 1947 Kreiser Varyag
Navy officer
 1945 Twins
Officer
 1943 Lermontov
Hussar
 1940 Kubantsy
 1937 Yunost
Andrei Shagan
 1936 By the Bluest of Seas
Fishing kolkhoz chaiman
 1935 Sekret firmy
Nikolai Rubtsov
 1934 Dokhunda
Sabir
 1933 Deserter
 1930 Vzorvannye dni
Worker
 1930 Earth
Vasili 'Basil' Opanas (as S. Svashenko)
 1930 Dve zhenshchiny
Husband
 1929 Perekop (Short)
Kalmyk
 1929 Arsenal
Timosh, the Ukrainian
 1928 Zvenigora
Timoshka - first grandson
 1928 Dom v sugrobakh
Andrei Burmash
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