Call number: DVD-1243



PTUSHKO, Aleksandr
Kamennyi tsvetok [Ural´skii skaz] [The Stone Flower (A Urals Tale)]
Mosfil´m, 1946; released 28 April 1946
Screenplay Pavel Bazhov, Iosif Keller, based on Bazhov's Urals tales 'Malakhitovaia shkatulka', 'Dve iashcherki', 'Kamennyi tsvetok', 'Gornyi master' and 'Mednoi gory khoziaika'
Photography Fedor Provorov
Production design Mikhail Bogdanov, Gennadii Miasnikov
Costume design Ol´ga Kruchinina
Music Lev Shvarts
Danila, a craftsman			Vladimir Druzhnikov
The Mistress of the copper mountain	Tamara Makarova
Prokop´ich				Mikhail Troianovskii
Katia					Ekaterina Derevshchikova
Efimka					S. Zaitsev
Granddad Slyshko			Aleksei Kel´berer
Sever´ian				Mikhail Ianshin
Landowner				N. Temiakov
Landowner's wife			A. Petukhova
Old craftsman				N. Orlov
Vikhorikha				Lidiia Deikun
Efimka					S. Zaitsev
Danila, a boy				Valentin Kravchenko
83 minutes
In Russian with optional dubbed and subtitled versions

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages Menu languages: English and French
Optional English and French dubbed versions
Optional English, French, Spanish, Italian and German subtitles
Features Film, 'Skazochnyi mir A. Ptushko' ['The Fairy Tale World of Aleksandr Ptushko'], Mosfil´m, Tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie Tovarishch, po zakazu Soiuzinformkino, 1988, 30 minutes, in Russian with optional Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German subtitles
Biography of Pavel Bazhov, text, in the menu languages
Filmographies and biographies for the director, Aleksandr Ptushko, the composer, Lev Shvarts, the director of photography, Fedor Provorov, the production designers, Mikhail Bogdanov and Gennadii Miasnikov, the costume designer, Ol´ga Kruchinina, and the actors Ekaterina Derevshchikova, Vladimir Druzhnikov, Tamara Makarova and Mikhail Troianovskii
Album of photos 'In memory of Tamara Makarova'
Album of photos 'Russian malachite in the collection of the Hermitage, St Petersburg
Source Ruscico

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