Vladimir Sokoloff Movies List

Vladimir Sokoloff
Vladimir Sokoloff
Moscow, Russian Empire [now Russia]
Don Quixote
Paris Underground

Actor Vladimir Sokoloff Filmography

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Paris Underground
Paris Underground ( English )
Artist: Eily Malyon , Vladimir Sokoloff , Gregory Gaye
Director: Gregory Ratoff
Kosakken Taras Bulba
Kosakken Taras Bulba ( English )
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Music Director: Franz Waxman
Release date: 19-12-1962
Mr. Sardonicus
Mr. Sardonicus ( English )
Artist: Oskar Homolka , Ronald Lewis , Audrey Dalton , Guy Rolfe , Vladimir Sokoloff
Director: William Castle
Music Director: Von Dexter
Release date: 08-10-1961
Cimarron ( English )
Director: Anthony Mann
Music Director: Franz Waxman
Release date: 01-12-1960
The Magnificent Seven
The Magnificent Seven ( English )
Music Director: Elmer Bernstein , Robert Bain
Release date: 23-10-1960
Beyond the Time Barrier
Artist: Robert Clarke , Darlene Tompkins , Vladimir Sokoloff , Boyd 'Red' Morgan , Stephen Bekassy
Director: Edgar G. Ulmer
Music Director: Darrell Calker
Release date: 01-07-1960
Man on a String
Man on a String ( English )
Director: André De Toth
Release date: 20-05-1960
Twilight for the Gods
Twilight for the Gods ( English )
Director: Joseph Pevney
Music Director: David Raksin
Release date: 06-08-1958
I Was a Teenage Werewolf
Director: Gene Fowler Jr. , Jack R. Berne
Music Director: Paul Dunlap
Release date: 19-06-1957
Monster from Green Hell
Artist: Jim Davis , Robert Griffin , Barbara Turner , Vladimir Sokoloff , Joel Fluellen
Director: Kenneth G. Crane , Kenneth G. Crane , John Greenwald , Doris Moody
Music Director: Albert Glasser
Release date: 17-05-1957
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Vladimir Sokoloff Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Vladimir Aleksandrovich Sokoloff (Russian: Владимир Александрович Соколов; December 26, 1889 – February 15, 1962) was a character actor on stage and particularly in film. Sokoloff was born in Moscow, Russia. He became an actor and assistant director with the Moscow Art Theatre before emigrating to Berlin in 1923. With the rise of Nazism, Sokoloff who was Jewish, moved first to Paris in 1932, then to the United States in 1937. He appeared in a number of Broadway plays from 1937 to 1950. He also quickly found work in American films, playing characters of a wide variety of nationalities (he himself once estimated 35), for example, Filipino (Back to Bataan), French (Passage to Marseille), Greek (Mr. Lucky), Arab (Road to Morocco), Romanian (I Was a Teenage Werewolf), and Chinese (Macao). Among his better known parts are the Spanish guerrilla Anselmo in For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) and the Mexican Old Man in The Magnificent Seven. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, he also appeared on a number of television series, including three episodes of CBS's The Twilight Zone ("Dust", "The Gift" and "The Mirror"). On January 1, 1961, Sokoloff guest starred as "Old Stefano", a wise shepherd, in the ABC/Warner Brothers western series Lawman, with John Russell and Peter Brown. He also appeared on one episode of The Untouchables entitled "Troubleshooter". He was a pupil of Stanislavski, but in a 1960 newspaper article, he rejected Method acting (as well as all other acting theories). After a long career, he died of a stroke in 1962 in Hollywood, California. Description above from the Wikipedia article Vladimir Sokoloff, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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