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- Zygmunt Malanowicz (born 4 February 1938) is a Polish film actor. He has appeared in 30 films since 1962. Knife in the Water (1962) Naked Among Wolves...
- Edmund Eugene Malanowicz (December 30, 1910 – September 5, 1967) was an American professional basketball player and coach. He pla**** in the National Basketball...
- driving to a lake to go sailing when they come upon a young man (Zygmunt Malanowicz) hitchhiking in the middle of the road. After nearly hitting him, Andrzej...
- Jakub Gierszał as the b**** player Andrzej Konopka as the drummer Zygmunt Malanowicz as the house manager Magdalena Cielecka as Divine Furs (strip dancer)...
- Zbigniew Konopka as Worker Mehdi Rezvan as Hamid Rakel Dimar as Mary Zygmunt Malanowicz as Władek Anita Wright as Emily Weronika Książkiewicz as Agnieszka Kacper...
- Royals (1, 1–0) Eddie Malanowicz 1947 Chicago American Gears (1, 1–0) Bobby McDermott 3–1 Rochester Royals (2, 1–1) Eddie Malanowicz 1948 Minneapolis Lakers...
- v t e Sacramento Kings head coaches Eddie Malanowicz (1945–1948) Les Harrison (1948–1955) Bobby Wanzer (1955–1958) Tom Marshall (1955–1960) Charles Wolf...
- historical film about Jarosław Dąbrowski. It was released in 1976. Zygmunt Malanowicz − Jarosław Dąbrowski Małgorzata PotockaPelagia Dąbrowska, żona Jarosława...
- journalist Ewa Salacka as Journalist Jerzy Bończak as Bartender Lesio Zygmunt Malanowicz as Pianist Leon Niemczyk as Police Chief Piotr Dejmek as Gas man Wladzio...
- v t e Sacramento Kings head coaches Eddie Malanowicz (1945–1948) Les Harrison (1948–1955) Bobby Wanzer (1955–1958) Tom Marshall (1955–1960) Charles Wolf...
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