Adolf Dymsza (actor)
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Who is Adolf Dymsza?
Adolf Dymsza was a very popular and remarkable Polish comedy actor of both the pre-World War II and post-war eras. He starred in both theatre and film productions, mainly before World War II. He and Kazimierz Krukowski performed as the very popular duo Lopek and Florek in kleynkunst productions at Qui Pro Quo and other noted Warsaw cabarets. Another pseudonym was "Dodek." He was arguably the most popular Polish comic actor of the 1930s, Andrzej Wajda remarked once, that for him Dymsza was a symbol of pre-war Polish cinema in general.
- also known as Adolf Bagiński, Dodek
- born on (115 years ago) in Warsaw, child of Adolf Bagiński and Matylda Bagińska
- nationality: Poland
- profession: Actor
- Marriage with Zofia Olechnowicz between and (46 years)
- parent of Anita Dymszówna
- died on (39 years ago) in Góra Kalwaria
- played Gawel Pawlicki in "Paweł i Gaweł"
- played Hipek in "Każdemu wolno kochać"
- played Zygmunt Majewski in "Irena do domu!"
- played Nikodem Dyzma in "Nikodem Dyzma"
- played Wladyslaw Klepka in "Dvanáct křesel"
- played Antek Król in "Police Chief Antek"
- played Lolek Charkiewicz in "Bolek i Lolek"
- played Bolek Cybuch in "Bolek i Lolek"
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