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Izolda Izvitskaya (1932–1971)


Izolda Izvitskaya was born on June 21, 1932 in Dzerzhinsk, Nizhegorodskiy kray, RSFSR, USSR as Izolda Vasilevna Izvitskaya. She was an actress, known for The Forty-First (1956), Ottsy i deti (1959) and Bogatyr idyot v Marto (1954). She was married to Eduard Bredun. She died on March 1, 1971 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]. See full bio »

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Known For

The Forty-First Soldier Maria Filatovna
(1956)
Ottsy i deti Fenichka
(1959)
(1954)
(1966)

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 1969 Kazhdyy vecher v odinnadtsat
Zhenya (as I. Izvitskaya)
 1966 Po tonkomu ldu
Oksana
 1962 Armageddon
 1961 Mir vkhodyashchemu
Klava (as I. Izvitskaya)
 1961 Chelovek s budushchim
Lyolya
 1959 Ottsy i deti
Fenichka
 1957 Nepovtorimaya vesna
Anna Burova
 1957 Poet
Olga, communist agent
 1956 The Forty-First
Soldier Maria Filatovna
 1955 Dobroe utro
Masha Komarova (as I. Izvitskaya)
 1955 Trevozhnaya molodost
Ketrin (as I. Izvitskaya)
 1954 Bogatyr idyot v Marto
Nastenka (as I. Izvitskaya)
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 1994 Chtoby Pomnili (TV Series documentary)
Herself
- Chapter 4. Izolda Izvitskaya (1994) ... Herself
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I. Izvitskaya
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