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Mikhail Tanich (1923–2008)

Mikhail Tanich was a Russian poet-songwriter known for such hits as "Black cat" and "Komarovo" among other popular songs. He was born Mikhail Isaevich Tankhilevich on 15 September 1923, in Taganrog, Soviet Union (now Taganrog, Russia). His father, Isaiah Tankhilevich, was executed by the gunshot under the dictatorship of Iosif Stalin; at the same ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 84) in Moscow, Russia

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Known For

Women Music Department
(1966)
Russian Doll Soundtrack
(2001)
Belye rosy Soundtrack
(1984)
Meistars Music Department
(1977)

Filmography

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 1979 Who Will Get the Olympic Prize (Short) (lyrics)
 1978 Nakanune premiery (lyricist - as M. Tanich)
 1977 Pro drakona na balkone, pro rebyat i samokat (lyricist - as M. Tanich)
 1977 Meistars (lyricist)
 1977 Po sekretu vsemu svetu (lyrics)
 1973 Zhili tri kholostyaka (TV Movie) (lyricist - as M. Tanich)
 1968 The Man in the Green Glove (lyricist - as M. Tanich)
 1966 Women (lyrics)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

M. Tanich

Spouse:

Lidia Kozlova  (his death)  (2 children)
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Star Sign:

Virgo

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