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Mariya Babanova (I) (1900–1983)

Mariya Babanova was born on November 11, 1900 in Moscow, Russian Empire as Mariya Ivanovna Babanova. She was an actress, known for The Snow Queen (1957), Alone (1931) and Elder Vasili Gryaznov (1924). She died on March 20, 1983 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR. See full bio »

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Known For

The Snow Queen The Snow Queen
Alone Chairman's Wife


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 1974 How the Goat Held the Earth (Short)
The Dove (voice)
 1972 Phaeton, the Son of the Sun (Short)
Dispetcher (voice)
 1971 The Blue Meteor (TV Short)
Narrator (voice, as M. I. Babanova)
 1962 The Queen Toothbrush (Short)
Queen Toothbrush (voice, uncredited)
 1957 Once Upon a Time (Short) (voice, as M. Babanova)
 1957 The Snow Queen
The Snow Queen (voice)
 1954 The Orange Neck (Short)
The Lark (voice)
 1952 The Scarlet Flower (Short)
Lyubava (voice)
 1951 The Tale About the Dead Princess and Seven Strong Men (Short)
Tsarina / The Mirror (voice)
 1950 The Tale of the Fisherman and the Goldfish (Short)
The Gold Fish (voice)
 1949 Geese-Swans (Short)
The River (voice)
 1943 The Tale of Tsar Saltan (Short)
Princess the Swan (voice)
 1931 Alone
Chairman's Wife

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Alternate Names:

M. I. Babanova | M. Babanova

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