Vladimir Kenigson

Vladimir Vladimirovich Kenigson, or Königson was born November 7, 1907 in the family of barrister Vladimir Petrovich Kenigson in Simferopol, the Russian Empire.wikipedia
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Vladimir Kenigson as General Hans Krebs

Passenger from the "Equator"

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Seventeen Moments of Spring

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Vladimir Kenigson is buried at the Vagankovo Cemetery at the 58th site, next to his son-in-law Alexey Eybozhenko.
He was buried at the Vagankovo Cemetery at the 58th site, next to his father-in-law, Vladimir Kenigson.

Major Whirlwind

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Vladimir Kenigson as Traub, German military journalist

The Flight of Mr. McKinley

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Moon Rainbow

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Certificate of Maturity

Problem Child
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Miles of Fire

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The Mystery of the Third Planet

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The Blue Bird (1970 film)

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Gena the Crocodile (film)

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Samara

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Then he played at the theater in Kuibyshev, Dnepropetrovsk and other cities.

Dnipro

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Then he played at the theater in Kuibyshev, Dnepropetrovsk and other cities.

Alexander Tairov

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He was noticed on the stage by Alexander Tairov and was invited into their group.

Kamerny Theatre

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In the years 1940-1949 Kenigson worked in Kamerny Theatre under the direction of A. Tairov, where he became a partner Alisa Koonen - in the performances of "Madame Bovary" (Rodolphe) and "Guilty Without Guilt" (Neznamov).

Alisa Koonen

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In the years 1940-1949 Kenigson worked in Kamerny Theatre under the direction of A. Tairov, where he became a partner Alisa Koonen - in the performances of "Madame Bovary" (Rodolphe) and "Guilty Without Guilt" (Neznamov).

Maly Theatre (Moscow)

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After the closure of the Kamerny Theatre in 1949 on the advice of Tairov joined the Maly Academic Theatre.

Mikheil Chiaureli

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At the same time Vladimir Kenigson starred in the Mikheil Chiaureli's film "The Fall of Berlin", where he played the role of the Nazi general Krebs.

Nazi Germany

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At the same time Vladimir Kenigson starred in the Mikheil Chiaureli's film "The Fall of Berlin", where he played the role of the Nazi general Krebs.

Hans Krebs (Wehrmacht general)

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At the same time Vladimir Kenigson starred in the Mikheil Chiaureli's film "The Fall of Berlin", where he played the role of the Nazi general Krebs.

USSR State Prize

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For this, Kenigson was awarded the Stalin Prize by Joseph Stalin himself, who was delighted with his performance.

Joseph Stalin

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For this, Kenigson was awarded the Stalin Prize by Joseph Stalin himself, who was delighted with his performance.

Elena Gogoleva

There his stage partners were such stars as Elena Gogoleva, Vera Pashennaya, Elina Bystritskaya, Boris Babochkin, Mikhail Zharov, Nikolay Annenkov, Viktor Pavlov, Yury Solomin and many other notable Soviet and Russian actors.

Vera Pashennaya

Vera Nikolaevna Pashennaya
There his stage partners were such stars as Elena Gogoleva, Vera Pashennaya, Elina Bystritskaya, Boris Babochkin, Mikhail Zharov, Nikolay Annenkov, Viktor Pavlov, Yury Solomin and many other notable Soviet and Russian actors.