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Abram Room (1894–1976)

Abram Room was born on June 28, 1894 in Vilna, Russian Empire [now Vilnius, Lithuania]. He was a director and writer, known for Nashestvie (1945), Sud chesti (1949) and Belated Flowers (1970). He died on July 26, 1976 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR [now Russia]. See full bio »

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Known For

Nashestvie Director
Sud chesti Director
Belated Flowers Director
Bed and Sofa Director


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 1956 Tayna vechnoy nochi (supervising director)
 1953 Serebristaya pyl (as A. Room)
 1949 Sud chesti (as A. Room)
 1945 Nashestvie (as A. M. Room)
 1942 Boyevoy kinosbornik 13: Nashi devushki (segment "Tonya")
 1930 Zvukovaya sbornaya programma No 1 (directed by)
 1928 Ukhaby
 1927 Evrei na zemle (Documentary short)
 1927 Bed and Sofa (as A. Room)
 1926 Predatel (Short)
 1926 Krasnaya presnya (Documentary short)
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Alternate Names:

A. M. Room | A. Room

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A former journalist, he began directing on the stage and, from 1923, was a member of Vsevolod Meyerhold's Theatre of the Revolution.

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