Semjon Timoshenko

Portrait Semjon TimoshenkoAuthor, Director - Russia
Born January 18, 1899 in St. Petersburg
Died November 13, 1958 in Leningrad

Semjon Timoshenko was born on January 18, 1899 in St. Petersburg. He was a Russian Author, Director, known for Ivan Groznij (1944), V mjortvoj petle (1962), Tri tovarishcha (1935), Semjon Timoshenko's first movie on record is from 1925. Semjon Timoshenko died on November 13, 1958 in Leningrad. His last motion picture on file dates from 1962.

Semjon Timoshenko Filmography [Auszug]
1962: [02.04] V mjortvoj petle (In Death's Noose) (Scenario), Directed by Sulamif Tsibulnik, Nikolaj Ilinskij, with , , Stanislav Chekan,
1954: [12.03] Zapasnoj igrok (Director),
1944: [12.30] Ivan Groznij (Ivan the Terrible, Part One) (Cast: Livländischer Botschafter), Directed by Sergej Mikhailovich Eisenstein, with Nikolaj Cherkasov, Ljudmila Tselikovskaja, Serafima Birman,
1941: [06.16] Kinokontsert 1941 goda (Director), Directed by Isaak Menaker, Adolf Minkin,
1940: [] Kontser na Ekranje (Director),
1936: [12.25] Vratar' (Director),
1935: [] Tri tovarishcha (Director), with Mikhail Zharov, Tatjana Guretskaja,
1930: [05.14] Zagovor mjortvyh (The Plot of the Dead) (Scenario), with Boris Andrejevich Babochkin, Leonid Kmit, ,
1927: [11.28] Turbina N° 3 (Director),
1925: [04.25] Radiodetektiv (Director), with Aleksej Matov, ,

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