Adia Kuznetzoff

Highest Rated: 100% Easy Living (1937)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
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



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
93% 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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