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Feodor Ivanovich Chaliapin Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: 1873
Died: 1938
Feodor Chaliapin (1873-1938) was an acclaimed Russian operatic bass singer who lived as an émigré from 1921 (while insisting that he was not anti-Soviet). His signature character was Boris Gudunov. First heard on stage in Russia in 1894, he made a spectacular European debut at La Scala in 1901. While making Paris his home, he was a regular at New York's Metropolitan Opera for 8 years (1921-1929). Known for his naturalistic acting, Chaliapin starred in English, French and German versions of The Adventures of Don Quixote, filmed separately for each language rather than subtitled (1933). He published a memoir in 1932.
Theater Credits
The-Gentleman-From-Athens - Performer (December 9, 1947 - December 13, 1947)

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