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Valentina Zimina (1899–1928)

Zimina served with the Women's Battalion of Death for three years, having been in a Siberian prison, from which she escaped, made her way across Asia and onto Hollywood. Her family was killed in the Russian Revolution. Her mother was a famous stage actress in Moscow. See full bio »

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Known For

La Bohème
La Bohème Phemie
(1926)
Many Scrappy Returns
(1927)
The Scarlet Lady
The Scarlet Lady A Revolutionist
(1928)
The Woman on Trial
The Woman on Trial Henrietta
(1927)

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 1928 The Scarlet Lady
A Revolutionist
 1927 The Woman on Trial
Henrietta
 1927 Many Scrappy Returns (Short)
 1926 Rose of the Tenements
Emma Goldstein
 1925 A Son of His Father
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Superstitous contemporaries could adjudge the movie "The Scarlet Lady" (28) an ominous aura because not only Valentina Zimina but also some other involved persons died prematurely in the next ten years. The director Alan Crossland died at the age of 41 in 1936 due to a road accident, the leading actress Lya de Putti died at the age of 34 in 1931 due to a pneumonia she contracted after an ... See more »

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