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Mihail Titov
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Ciavazzaro
Posted: December 22, 2016 12:32 am
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Mihail Titov in the fotoromanzo Tipo n.56: "Non costa niente sognare" (1966):

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Alias: Michele Titov

With a very big thanks to Johan who told me the name of this generico, i present you Mihail Titov.
He was a busy fotoromanzi actor.
I found him in movies from the 1960's, so i decided to open a topic for him, sure that in a few of time, we will found many roles for him !

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    1962
  1. TotÚ e Peppino divisi a Berlino (uncredited) .... Russian general

    1968
  2. Italian Secret Service (uncredited) .... Russian bald man
  3. Testa di sbarco per otto implacabili (uncredited in the film but credited as Michele Titov on the poster) .... Colonel Speidel

    1969
  4. Colpo di stato (uncredited) ... Bald party guest
 
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Posted: December 22, 2016 12:38 am
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His credited role from the fotoromanzo Tipo n. 56 ( i was not able to found any movie credits for him so far)

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One of the rich party guests in Colpo di stato (1969)

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As russian (off course
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Posted: August 11, 2018 03:20 pm
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Based on his name, I suspect Mihail Titov was really Russian or at least of Russian descent. Anyway, it seems he often plays Russians or Germans.

He has a great role as a Russian general in TotÚ e Peppino divisi a Berlino (1962):

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He is listed on the film's IMDb page under the slightly "Italianized" name Michele Titov, but he is not credited in the actual film.


And here he is in a fairly large role as a German colonel in Testa di sbarco per otto implacabili (1968):

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Once again he was uncredited, but I have found this Italian poster for the film and here you can see that he is credited as Michele Titov:

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Posted: August 11, 2018 09:47 pm
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Very interesting, like you already pointed with Giuseppina/Josephine Quinn at the time the foreign Actors very often were given italian names, so i think in this case the correct name is Mihail.
 
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