Nikolai Malikoff

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Nikolai Malikoff
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Malikoff in 1916
Nikolai Petrovich Malikoff

Died20 April 1931
Occupation(s)Film director, actor
Years active1910-1930 (film)

Nikolai Malikoff (Russian: Николай Петрович Маликов; 1874 – 20 April 1931) was a Russian-Ukrainian film director and actor who worked mainly as a film director in Russia, and later as an actor in Germany. [1]


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  1. Goble p.673