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Toma Caragiu - Momente Vesele Cu Toma Caragiu flac album

Toma Caragiu - Momente Vesele Cu Toma Caragiu flac album
Title:
Momente Vesele Cu Toma Caragiu
Performer:
Toma Caragiu
Style:
Dialogue, Comedy, Monolog
Released:
Country:
FLAC album size:
1972 mb
Other formats:
VQF AAC ADX APE VOC VOX MPC
Genre:
Rating:
4.4 ✪

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Toma Caragiu (Romanian pronunciation: ; (21 August 1925 – 4 March 1977) was a prolific Romanian theatre, television and film actor. He was born in an Aromanian family, from the Greek village of Argos Orestiko, in the region of Macedonia on 21 August 1925. Toma Caragiu was one of the best Romanian actors, with a rich activity in both film and theatre. He liked to play comic characters, but he excelled also in drama, one of his reference films being "Actorul şi Sǎlbaticii".

Toma Caragiu, Actor: . n alerta - Vaduve cu termen redus. Toma Caragiu was one of the best Romanian actors, playing either comedy or drama, but having a special attraction to the comic movies. He tragically died during the earthquake in Bucharest in 1977, being trapped under the remains of the block of flats he lived in, which collapsed. His body was found days later. An unexpected death for the man who.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Electrecord (catalog number MC 00167). This album was released in 1981 year. Format of the release is.

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Toma Caragiu was one of the best Romanian actors, with a rich activity in both film and theatre. He liked to play comic characters, but he excelled also in drama, on of his reference films being Actorul si Salbaticii. He played alongside great actors such as Ştefan Bănică, Octavian Cotescu, Anda Calugareanu etc. Toma Caragiu is most famous for his monologues. In these short stories, he managed to put together stories that combined sarcasm, satire, black humor. His monologues are subtle and deal with a variety of topics, starting with politics and ending up with mythical concepts.

Toma Caragiu (Romanian pronunciation: ; 21 August 1925 – 4 March 1977) was a prolific Romanian theatre, television and film actor. He was born in Ploiesti, Romania in an Aromanian family, from the Greek village of Aetomilitsa, in the region of Epirus on 21 August 1925. He liked to play comic characters, but he excelled also in drama, one of his reference films being Actorul si Salbaticii.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Fabula, Scenetă
Voice Actor – Marius Pepino, Mihai Stoenescu, Mircea Diaconu, Paula Rădulescu, Niculescu Cadet*
A2 Iadul, Monolog
A3 Trenul, Dialog
Voice Actor – Paul Sava
B4 Moș Gerilă, Monolog
B5 Petrecerea Continuă, Monolog
B6 Trei Anecdote: Oul, Gangsterul, Haremul
Voice Actor – Marieta Luca, Paul Sava
B7 Un Telefon Discret, Dialog
Voice Actor – Octavian Cotescu

Credits

  • Text By – Dan Mihăescu, Grigore Pop, Octavian Sava

Notes

Version on green cassette with red labels

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EXE 03697 Toma Caragiu Momente Vesele ‎(LP, Mono) Electrecord EXE 03697 Romania 1990
MC 00167 Toma Caragiu Momente Vesele Cu Toma Caragiu ‎(Cass, Mono, Whi) Electrecord MC 00167 Romania 1981
MC 00167 Toma Caragiu Momente Vesele Cu Toma Caragiu ‎(Cass, Album, Mono, RE) Electrecord MC 00167 Romania Unknown
MC 00167 Toma Caragiu Momente Vesele Cu Toma Caragiu ‎(Cass, Mono, RE) Electrecord MC 00167 Romania Unknown
MC 00167 Toma Caragiu Momente Vesele Cu Toma Caragiu ‎(Cass, Mono, Pur) Electrecord MC 00167 Romania 1981