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Vladimir Uralsky (1887–1955)

Vladimir Uralsky was born on August 28, 1887 in Orenburg, Orenburg Governorate, Russian Empire as Vladimir Mikhaylovich Popov. He was an actor, known for Stachka (1925), Battleship Potemkin (1925) and Zvenigora (1928). He died on May 15, 1955 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR. See full bio »

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Known For

Stachka
Stachka Actor
(1925)
Battleship Potemkin
(1925)
Zvenigora
Zvenigora Peasant
(1928)
Kirpichiki
Kirpichiki Actor
(1925)

Filmography

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 1950 Zhukovsky
Soldier (uncredited)
 1948 The Young Guard
Uliana's Father
 1948 The Train Goes East
Passanger on the station (uncredited)
 1947 Svet nad Rossiyei
Red Army man
 1947 Kreiser Varyag
Boatswain (uncredited)
 1946 The Vow
Coachman (uncredited)
 1946 Bespokoynoe khozyaystvo
Gvozdaryov (as V. Uralsky)
 1946 Bolshaya zhizn. 2 seriya
Kirichenko (uncredited)
 1943 Native Fields
Collective farmer (as V. Uralskiy)
 1943 Aktrisa
Wounded soldier in hospital (uncredited)
 1941 Boyevoy kinosbornik 6 (as V. Uralsky)
 1941 Prairie Station
Frol
 1939 Istrebiteli (as V. Uralsky)
 1939 Morskoy post
Filipp Burov
 1938 Men of the Sea
Machinist Khoritonich (as V. Uralsky)
 1937 Pugachev
Khlopusha (uncredited)
 1935 Frontier
 1933 Deserter
 1933 The Patriots (as V. Uralsky)
 1932 Horizon
Mitya, Partisan (uncredited)
 1932 House of Death (as V. Uralsky)
 1931 Tommi (as V. Uralsky)
 1931 Road to Life
 1930 Prazdnik svyatogo Yorgena
Guide (as V. Uralsky)
 1930 Life Is Beautiful
Wounded soldier (as V. Uralsky)
 1929 Dva-Buldi-dva (as V. Uralsky)
 1929 Tetri mkhedari
Soldier (as V. Uralsky)
 1929 Khlib (Short)
Zakhar
 1929 Sopernitsy
Employee
 1929 The Living Corpse
Petushkov (as V. Uralsky)
 1929 Begstvuyushiy ostrov
Worker
 1928 Bez klyucha (Short)
 1928 Dom na Trubnoy (as V. Uralsky)
 1928 Zvenigora
Peasant
 1927 Dva dnya
 1926 Demon of the Steppes
Sailor
 1926 Mother
Student (uncredited)
 1925 Kirpichiki
 1925 Zakroyshchik iz Torzhka
Union man
 1925 Stachka (as V. Uralsky)
 1924 Aelita

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Father of Viktor Uralskiy.

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Virgo

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