Edit Cast Complete credited cast: Archive content sales and licensing. Edit Did You Know? Education events at BFI Southbank. The cinema of Andrzej Wajda: He starred in both theatre and film productions, mainly before World War II. The modern cinema of Poland. Watch films on BFI Player.
Start your free trial. Jan Fethke , Jerzy Nel dialogue as J. The modern cinema of Poland. Archive content sales and licensing. Search for ” Niedorajda ” on Amazon. At the age of 15 he worked as a busboy in some of Warsaw’s cabarets. Become a BFI Patron.
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Skip to main content. Edit Storyline Polish comedian Adolf Dymsza cross-dressing and masquerading as a woman in order to gain the confidence of his sweetheart’s domineering guardian.
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His debut came inwhen he was hired by the famous Qui Pro Quo cabaret as a singer and dancer,  “immediately conquering the audience with his natural juvenile wit and temperamental performances of Warsaw street types. Aunt Agata Michal Znicz He returned to Warsaw after the war, but no theatre would hire him and he spend several years giving dance lessons and occasionally singing in cabarets. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
Future learning and skills. Initially rarely seen on screenDymsza first made a name for himself as an excellent comedian in Warsaw’s cabarets in the s. Audible Download Audio Books. Use film and TV in my classroom. Press releases and media enquiries. Read industry research and statistics.
Search for ” Niedorajda ” on Amazon. Start your free trial. Edit Cast Complete credited cast: Polish comedian Adolf Dymsza cross-dressing and masquerading as a woman in order to gain the confidence of his sweetheart’s domineering guardian.
Altogether, in the inter-war period, Dymsza appeared in 24 feature sound films, acting the leads for the most part.