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us: Mozzhukhin, Ivan Ilʹich, 1889-1939


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    • us: Mosjoukine, Ivan, 1889-1939
    • us: Mosjoukine, I. (Ivan), 1889-1939
    • us: Mozhukhin, Ivan, 1889-1939
    • us: Mojouskine, Ivan, 1889-1939
    • us: Moskine, Ivan, 1889-1939
    • us: Mosjukine, Ivan, 1889-1939
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        18890926
    • Death Date

        19390118
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Saratovskai͡a gubernii͡a (R.S.F.S.R.)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Neuilly-sur-Seine (France)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Imperatorskīĭ moskovskīĭ universitet
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        rus
    • Associated Language

        fre
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Acting
          (lcsh) Motion picture acting
        • Occupation

            (lcsh) Actors
              (lcsh) Motion picture actors and actresses
          • Sources

            • found: Kean, 1995?: credits (Ivan Mosjoukine; scenario, I. Mosjoukine) container (Ivan Moujouskine)
            • found: Kino ent͡siklopedicheskiĭ slovarʹ, 1986 (Mozzhukhin, Ivan Ilʹich; b. Sept. 26, 1889; d. Jan. 18, 1939; Russian actor)
            • found: Film encyclopedia, 1979 (Mozhukhin, Ivan; known in Fr. as Mosjoukine; in Ger. as Moskine; in US as Mosjukine; actor; b. 1889; d. 1939)
            • found: Internet movie database, Dec. 22, 1997 (Ivan Mozzhukhin; sometimes credited as Ivan Mosjoukine and Ivan Mozhukhin; actor, cinematographer; writer)
            • found: Feu Mathias Pascal, 2013: (Ivan Mosjoukine, cast)
            • found: Wikipedia, July 30, 2015: (Ivan Mozzhukhin, born in Kondol, in the Saratov Governorate of the Russia Empire; studied law at Moscow State University; in 1910, began his acting career in a touring troupe; screen career began in 1911; departed for the Crimea in 1917, then fled Russia in 1919 where he established himself as one of the top stars of French silent cinema; died of tuberculosis at a clinic at Neuilly-sur-Seine, France)
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            • 1997-12-24: new
            • 2015-08-01: revised
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