Rudi van Dantzig (1933–2012)

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Rudi van Dantzig was born on August 4, 1933 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands. He is known for For a Lost Soldier (1992), Glen Tetley: Pierrot's Tower (1995) and Dansaren (1994). He died on January 19, 2012 in Amsterdam. See full bio »

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 1992 For a Lost Soldier (novel)
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 1994 Dansaren (Documentary) (choreographer)
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 2009 Sonia Gaskell: Mevrouw (Documentary)
 2008 Pauw & Witteman (TV Series)
- Episode #3.5 (2008) ... Self
 2002 Barend en Van Dorp (TV Series)
Self - Choreograaf
- Episode dated 23 May 2002 (2002) ... Self - Choreograaf
 1999 Another Another (Documentary short)
 1995 Glen Tetley: Pierrot's Tower (Documentary)
 1994 Dansaren (Documentary)
 1984 Rudi van Dantzig repeteert (Short)

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He was original choreographer for the ballet, "Monument for a Dead Boy," in the American Ballet Theatre production at the City Center in New York City with Ivan Nagy (Boy); Rudolf Nureyev and Helgi Tomasson in the cast. Toer Van Schayk was scenery and costume designer. George Bardyguine was lighting designer. See more »

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