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אורי זהר טופול ושמואל רודנסקי.
Uri Zohar, Topol and Shmuel Rudenski, Israeli actors, interviewed by Dan Ben-Amotz, Israeli author in the Hamam theater.

Author: Dan Ben-AmotzYaʻaḳov AgorUri ZoharTopolShmuel RudenskiAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Hebrew
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Named Person: Shmuel Rudenski; Dan Ben-Amotz; Uri Zohar; Topol
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Dan Ben-Amotz; Yaʻaḳov Agor; Uri Zohar; Topol; Shmuel Rudenski; Ḥamam (Theater)
OCLC Number: 726601915
Notes: Photographs by Yaʻaḳov Agor taken in 1968.
To consult these images go to via.harvard.edu.
Description: 52 photographs.
Other Titles: Yaʻaḳov Agor photographs

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