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Adia Kuznetzoff

Highest Rated:   100% Easy Living (1937)
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According to his publicity, Russian opera singer-turned-Hollywood bit-part player Adia Kuznetzoff could sing full throttle in "all languages." He did so both often and well in films ranging from the Jeanette MacDonald-Nelson Eddy operetta Maytime (1937) to the 1943 Universal horror flick Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. Kuznetzoff was in especially fine fettle in the latter, leading the villagers in a rousing rendition of "Faro-La, Faro-Li," a ditty composed for the occasion by Curt Siodmak and Hans J. Salter and containing the chilly refrain: "For life is short, but death is long, Faro-La, Faro-Li!" In the Paramount musical Rainbow Island (1944), Kuznetzoff, as an executioner, equally memorably joined comedian Gil Lamb in a chorus or two of "Boogie-Woogie-Boogie Man."

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Princess and the Pirate
  • Don Jose
1944
No Score Yet Lost in a Harem
  • Chief Ghamu
1944
No Score Yet That's My Baby
  • Himself
1944
92% The Seventh Victim
  • Ballet Dancer
1943
25% Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
  • Villager
1943
No Score Yet Hello, Frisco, Hello
  • Opera Singer
1943
77% For Whom the Bell Tolls
  • Gustavo
1943
No Score Yet Arabian Nights
  • Slaver
1942
No Score Yet Second Chorus
  • Boris
1940
No Score Yet Torture Ship
  • Krantz
1939
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond's Bride
  • Gaston
1939
No Score Yet Devil's Island
  • Pierre Leroux
1939
No Score Yet Let Freedom Ring
  • Pole
1939
No Score Yet Spawn of the North
  • Vashia
1938
60% Swiss Miss
  • Chef
1938
No Score Yet Everybody Sing
  • Boris
1938
100% Easy Living
  • Bum
1937
No Score Yet Maytime
  • Dubrovsky, Czaritza's Minister/Student in Cafe
1937
No Score Yet Madame X
  • Capt. Dorcas
1937
No Score Yet Lancer Spy
  • Major Domo
1937
No Score Yet Love on the Run
  • Rudolph
1936

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