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Mikhail Rasumny

Mikhail RasumnyAKA Mikhail Razumnyy

Born: 13-May-1890
Birthplace: Odessa, Ukraine
Died: 17-Feb-1956
Location of death: Woodland Hills, CA [1]
Cause of death: Illness
Remains: Buried, Beth Olam Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: For Whom the Bell Tolls

[1] Motion Picture Country Home, Woodland Hills, California.

Father: Solomon Rasumny (cantor)
Wife: Maria Schunzel ("Mimi", m. 1947, until his death)

Hot Blood (Mar-1956)
    The Stars Are Singing (11-Mar-1953)
    Tonight We Sing (26-Jan-1953)
    Anything Can Happen (3-Apr-1952) · Tariel Godiedze
    Free for All (Nov-1949)
    The Kissing Bandit (18-Nov-1948) · Don Jose
    Saigon (31-Mar-1948)
    Her Husband's Affairs (12-Nov-1947) · Prof. Emil Glinka
    Blue Skies (16-Oct-1946) · François
    Holiday in Mexico (15-Aug-1946) · Mr. Baranga
    Anna and the King of Siam (20-Jun-1946) · Alak
    Our Hearts Were Growing Up (14-Jun-1946)
    Heartbeat (10-May-1946) · Yves Cadubert
    The Stork Club (28-Dec-1945) · Coretti
    Masquerade in Mexico (3-Dec-1945)
    The Unseen (12-May-1945)
    A Medal for Benny (16-Apr-1945)
    A Royal Scandal (26-Mar-1945)
    Practically Yours (20-Dec-1944)
    And the Angels Sing (25-Apr-1944) · Schultz
    Hostages (12-Aug-1943)
    For Whom the Bell Tolls (14-Jul-1943) · Rafael
    Road to Morocco (5-Oct-1942) · Ahmed Fey
    Wake Island (11-Aug-1942) · Ivan Probenzky
    This Gun For Hire (13-May-1942) · Slukey
    The Shanghai Gesture (25-Dec-1941) · The Appraiser
    Hold Back the Dawn (31-Jul-1941) · Mechanic
    Comrade X (13-Dec-1940) · Russian Officer

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