D. D. Dabke or Dattatraya Damodar Dabke
Aasud, Taluka: Dapoli, Maharashtra, India
|Occupation||Actor, Cinematographer, Director|
D. D. Dabke or Dattatraya Damodar Dabke was an actor in the first ever Indian full length silent film Raja Harishchandra, directed by Dadasaheb Phalke in 1913. He co-starred with P G Sane. He acted in three more movies and later became a cinematographer, as well as a director. He directed the 1924 remake of Raja Harishchandra.
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