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Vladimir Chestnokov (1904–1968)

Vladimir Chestnokov was born on April 12, 1904 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire as Vladimir Ivanovich Chestnokov. He was an actor and writer, known for Ivan Pavlov (1949), Pervorossiyanye (1967) and V dni oktyabrya (1958). He died on May 15, 1968 in Leningrad, RSFSR, USSR. See full bio »

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Ivan Pavlov
Ivan Pavlov Lev Zakarich Zabelin
Pervorossiyanye Vladimir Lenin
V dni oktyabrya
Belinskiy Nekrasov


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 1967 Zelyonaya kareta (as V. Chestnokov)
 1967 Pervorossiyanye
Vladimir Lenin
 1965 Kazneny na rassvete
Dmitriy Mendeleyev
 1964 Chayka (TV Movie)
 1962 713 prosit posadku
 1962 Samye pervye
Andrey Arkadyev
 1961 Lyublyu tebya, zhizn
Pavel Nikolayevich Topilin (as V. Chestnokov)
 1958 V dni oktyabrya
Lenin (as V. Chestnokov)
 1957 Don Sezar de Bazan (TV Movie)
Don César de Bazan
 1953 Belinskiy
 1951 Taras Shevchenko
Nikolai Gregoryevich Chernyshevsky (as V. Chestnokov)
 1949 Aleksandr Popov
Lyuboslavsky (as V. Chestnokov)
 1949 Ivan Pavlov
Lev Zakarich Zabelin
 1947 Pirogov
Ipatov (as V. Chestnokov)
 1946 Morskoy batalion
Fleet Commander
 1938 Professor Mamlock
Dr. Hellpach (as V. Chestnokov)
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 1957 Don Sezar de Bazan (TV Movie)

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Vladimir Chesnokov | V. Chestnokov

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