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General Lodijensky (1876–1947)

General Lodijensky was born on May 28, 1876 in Moscow, Russian Empire as Theodore A. Lodijensky. He is known for his work on The Cossacks (1928), Into Her Kingdom (1926) and Her Love Story (1924). He died on March 6, 1947. See full bio »


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The Cossacks Miscellaneous Crew
Into Her Kingdom Russian Officer and Court Leader
Her Love Story Minister of War
General Crack Capt Banning


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 1935 The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo
Captain of Waiters (uncredited)
 1934 Stamboul Quest
Turkish Officer (uncredited)
 1934 The House of Rothschild
Man at Palace Banquet Room (uncredited)
 1932 Down to Earth
Grand Duke Michael (as Theodore Lodi)
 1931 Ambassador Bill
French Ambassador (as Theodore Lodi)
 1931 Politics
Husband Who Slept in a Crib (uncredited)
 1931 Once a Sinner
Pierre (uncredited)
 1929 General Crack
Capt Banning (as Theodore Lodi)
 1929 They Had to See Paris
Grand Duke Mikhail (uncredited)
 1926 Into Her Kingdom
Russian Officer and Court Leader
 1925 The Swan
Master of the Hunt
 1924 Her Love Story
Minister of War
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 1932 Rasputin and the Empress (cavalry trainer - uncredited)
 1928 The Cossacks (technical advisor - as Theodore Lodi)
 1926 The Volga Boatman (technical advisor - uncredited)

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Alternate Names:

Theodore Lodi | Theodore A. Lodijensky

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Before the 1917 Russian revolution, Lodijensky was a general in the Russian army. After the monarchy was overthrown, he fled Russia and eventually wound up in Hollywood, where he earned a living for a while doing extra work in films and acting as a technical adviser on films about Russia. The film The Last Command (1928) is based partly on his life. See more »

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