in 1900 in Orsha. He was a Russian Author, known for Konjets Sankt-Peterburga (1927), Mat' (1926), Giftgas (1929), Nathan Zarkhi's first movie on record is from 1926. Nathan Zarkhi died on July 18, 1935. His last motion picture on file dates from 1930.
Nathan Zarkhi Filmography [Auszug]
1930: [12.12] Goroda i gody (Cities and Years) (Scenario), Directed by Jevgenij Chervjakov, with Bernhard Goetzke, , Gennadij Michurin,
1930:  Tje, kotoryje prozreli (Scenario), Directed by Vladimir Kazjanov, with Ivan Kljukvin, , ,
1929: [/ /1] Giftgas (Giftgas über Berlin) (Scenario), Directed by Mikhail Dubson, with Alfred Abel, Hans Stüwe, Paul Rehkopf,
1927: [04.10] Bulat-Batyr (Flames on the Volga, Revolt in Kasan) (Scenario), Directed by Jurij Tarich, with , Ada Vojtsik, Ivan Kljukvin,
1927: [12.13] Konjets Sankt-Peterburga (The End of St. Petersburg, Peterburg - Petrograd - Leningrad) (Scenario), Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin, with Anna Zemtsova, , ,
1927: [03.29] Pobeda Zhenshchini (Scenario), Directed by Jurij Zheljabuzhskij, with Pjotr Bakshejev, Vasilij Toporkov, ,
1926: [10.11] Mat' (La Mère, Matj) (Scenario), Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin, with Anna Zemtsova, Vera Baranovskaja, Nikolaj Batalov,
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