Bomba Tzur was an Israeli film and theatre actor and entertainer. During the 1948 Israeli War of Independence, Tzur fought in the frontlines with the Palmach commando unit, and later joined the Carmel military troupe. Tzur was a regular on countless entertainment shows, including Zaz and Zaza, and has appeared on virtually every repertoire theatre stage across the country. He was the first Israeli to have ever played Tevye the Dairyman in a local production of Fiddler on the Roof, and Alred Doolittle in My Fair Lady, both of which had successful runs in Giora Godik’s theatre.
In film, Tzur has appeared in countless productions, with his most memorable role being Blaumlich in Ephraim Kishon’s The Big Dig (1969) (original title: Blaumlich Canal) – a veritable nonverbal role, save for the one word. Highlights of his film credits include: They were Ten (Baruch Dienar, 1960), What a Bunch (Zeev Havatzelet, 1963), Eight in the Footsteps of One (Menahem Golan, 1964), Dalia and the Sailors (Menahem Golan, 1964), Trunk to Cairo (Menahem Golan, 1965), Fish, Football and Girls (Uri Zohar, 1968), The Great Telephone Robbery (Menahem Golan, 1972), Schwartz: The Brave Detective (Ami Artzi and Lloyd Kaufman, 1973), and Diamonds (Menahem Golan, 1975).


Big Gus, What's the Fuss?

Directed by Lloyd Kaufman, Ami Artzi, 1973
הבלש האמיץ שוורץ

82 min.



Directed by Menahem Golan, 1966

106 min.


Dalia and the Sailors

Directed by Menahem Golan, 1964
דליה והמלחים

108 min.


What a Gang!

Directed by Zeev Havatzelet, 1963
חבורה שכזאת
Rental English subs.

88 min.


They Were Ten

Directed by Baruch Dienar, 1960
הם היו עשרה
Rental English subs.

100 min.

Public Announcement

What's Good for Bomba

Directed by Louis Lentin
מה שטוב לבומבה

4 min.

Short Film

The Director, the Film, and Nahal

Directed by Zeev Havatzelet
הבמאי, הסרט והנח"ל

13 min.

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