Mikhail Doller

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Mikhail Doller
Born Mikhail Ivanovich Doller
1889
Vilno, Russian Empire
(now Vilnius, Lithuania)
Died 15 March 1952
Moscow, Soviet Union
(now Russia)
Occupation Film director
Screenwriter

Mikhail Doller (Russian: Михаил Иванович Доллер, 1889 – 15 March 1952) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter. He worked as co-director with Vsevolod Pudovkin and was awarded Stalin Prize twice in 1941.

Life[edit]

Mikhail Doller was born in Vilno, Russian Empire (now Vilnius, Lithuania). He graduated from Vilno Theater School in 1910 and during 1912-1922 worked as an actor and director in various theaters. In 1922-1924 Dollar studied in Lev Kuleshov master class. Worked as film director at Mezhrabpom in 1925-1936 and at Mosfilm studio since 1936.

Filmography[edit]

director
actor
  • 1925 - The Death Ray (Луч смерти)
  • 1928 - Salamander (Саламандра)
  • 1932 - Horizon (Горизонт)

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