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Mira Ziminska (1901–1998)

Mira Ziminska was born on February 22, 1901 in Plock, Poland, Russian Empire as Maria Burzynska. She was an actress and writer, known for Papa sie zeni (1936), Iwonka (1925) and Love Manoeuvres (1935). She was married to Tadeusz Sygietynski and Jan Ziminski. She died on January 26, 1998 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland. See full bio »

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Papa sie zeni
Papa sie zeni Mira Stella
Iwonka Bronka
Love Manoeuvres
Love Manoeuvres Lucynka, the baroness's maid
Kazdemu wolno kochac


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 1936 Ada, Don't Do That!
Ira Roletti, Primadonna
 1936 Papa sie zeni
Mira Stella
 1935 Love Manoeuvres
Lucynka, the baroness's maid
 1933 Kazdemu wolno kochac
 1930 Na Sybir
Janka Mirska
 1926 O czym sie nie mysli
Wanda, pianist
 1925 Iwonka
 1922 Wszystko sie kreci (Short)
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 1951 Warszawska premiera (idea)
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 1951 Mazowsze (Documentary short)
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 1936 Papa sie zeni (performer: "Ewelina")

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She and her second husband, Tadeusz Sygietynski, were creators of the internationally renowned folk dance group Mazowsze (full name: Zespól Piesni i Tanca Mazowsze). See more »

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