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He acted in films, from classics of drama to fairy tales and adventures. His most popular works included Zhenya, Zhenechka i 'Katyusha (1967), Khronika pikiruyushchego bombardirovshchika (Chronicles of a Dive-Bomber) (1967), Staraya, staraya skazka (A Very Old Story) (1970), Na Dne (The Lower Depths), Korol Lir (King Lear) (1969), V chetverg i bolshe nikogda (On Thursday and Never Again) (1977), Otpusk v sentyabre (Vacations in September) (1979). Oleg Dal played his last cinema role in Nezvany Drug (Uninvited Friend) by Leonid Maryagin in 1981.
Oleg Dahl also wrote verses that were put down and preserved in his diaries and personal correspondence. Dahl died on 3 March 1981 in his hotel room in Kiev, apparently in his sleep from a heart attack. He was buried in Vagankovo Cemetery in Moscow.
- Zhenya, Zhenechka and "katyusha" (1967)
- A Very Old Story (1968)
- King Lear (1970-1971) - jester of the king Lear
- The Sannikov Land (1973)
- The Bad Good Man (Плохой хороший человек) (1973)
- The Captivating Star of Happiness (1975)
- It Can't Be! (1975)
- Variant «Omega» (1975) — Sergey Nikolayevich Skorin ("skoro" on Russian meand rapidly or quiqly – to rapidly organize ruzvendka was the main aim of this movie), Senior Lieutenant of USSR State Security, and also was mentioned in ruzvedka as the captain Paul Kriger plaied in ruzvedka with German officer.
- How Ivanushka the Fool Travelled in Search of Wonder (1976)
- September Vacation (1979)
- Dal, Elizaveta (15 April 2003). "Жизнь с Олегом была для меня лучшим подарком". Uchitelskaya Gazeta.
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