Call number: DVD-1065



LUKASHEVICH, Tat´iana
Gavrosh [Gavroche]
Mosfil´m, 1937; released 25 July 1937
Screenplay: Georgii Shakhovskoi, based on episodes from Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables
Co-director: A. Slobodnik
Photography: Evgenii Andrikanis
Production design: Iosif Shpinel´, Aleksandr Zharenov
Music: Iurii Nikol´skii
Gavroche			Kolia Smorchkov
Touchet				D. Popov
Enjolras			Ivan Novosel´tsev
Madeleine, a flower seller	Nina Zorskaia
Javert, a police inspector	A. Korablev
Montparnasse, a thief		Pavel Massal´skii
Gulmer, a thief			E. Gunn
Seller of church plate		Ivan Arkadin
Novet, a boy			Pogodin
Jacques			        Georgii Chernovolenko
70 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

ROSHAL´, Grigorii
Zori Parizha [The Dawns of Paris]
Mosfil´m, 1936; released 16 March 1937; restored in a new edition, 1970
Screenplay: Georgii Shakhovskoi, Grigorii Roshal´
Photography: Leonid Kosmatov
Production design: Iosif Shpinel´, Aleksandr Zharenov
Music: Nikolai Kriukov
Dmitrii Kabalevskii's song "18 March" arranged by Nikolai Kriukov

Commune General Dombrovskii			        Nikolai Plotnikov
Catrine Miliar					        Antonina Maksimova
Etienne, her brother, a Commune delegate	        Andrei Abrikosov
Steiner, the Commander of the International Battalion	Viktor Stanitsyn
Eugène Gorreau, a cobbler from Lyons		        Dmitrii Dorliak
Riche, an artist					Anatoliii Goriunov
Rigaut, the prosecutor of the Commune		        Vladimir Belokurov
Mère Pichaut						Vera Maretskaia
Thiers, Head of the Versailles Government	        Nikolai Aslanov
Vesse the elder, a bourgeois			        Naum Rogozhin
Vesse the younger, a bourgeois			        Osip Abdulov
Louisa							G. Egorova
Frappeau, a shopkeeper				        Georgii Chernovalenko
Bordier, a corporal					Ivan Bobrov
96 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages No subtitles
Features 'Informatsiia' is about Nikolai Plotnikov, text, in Russian only
Source Vostok video, Entsiklopediia Mastera kino

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