Call number: DVD-185


PUDOVKIN, Vsevolod
Konets Sankt Peterburga [The End of St Petersburg] also known as 'Peterburg-Petrograd-Leningrad'

Mezhrabpom Rus´, 1927; released 13 December 1927; sound version 1957, restored 1969
Screenplay by Natan Zarkhi from the poem The Bronze Horseman' by Aleksandr Pushkin and the novel Petersburg by Andrei Belyi
Co-director: Mikhail Doller
Photography: Anatolii Golovnia

Worker				Aleksandr Chistiakov
His wife			Vera Baranovskaia
Peasant lad			Ivan Chuvelev
Lebedev, a factory owner  	V. Obolenskii
Worker taken back to work	V. Chuvelev
Policeman			Sergei Komarov
Reporter			Mikhail Tereshkovich
Revolutionary			Aleksandr Gromov
Patriot				Vladimir Tsoppi
German officers  		Vsevolod Pudovkin, Vladimir Fogel´

88 minutes
Russian intertitles, English subtitles

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PUDOVKIN, Vsevolod
Dezertir [The Deserter]
(Teplokhod "Piatiletka")

Mezhrabpomfil´m, 1933; released 19 September 1933
Screenplay: N. Agadzhanova, M. Krasnostavskii, A. Lazebnikov
Photography: Anatolii Golovnia
Music: Iurii Shaporin

Karl Renn			Boris Livanov
Ludwig Zeile  			Vasilii Kovrigin
Fritz Müller			Aleksandr Chistiakov
Greta Zeile			Tamara Makarova
Bruno				Semen Svashenko
Strauss				D. Konsovskii
Marcella Zeile   		Iu. Glizer
Berta				M. Oleshchenko
106 minutes
In Russian with English subtitles

DVD
Region code 1
Aspect ratio
Languages Konets Sankt Peterburga has Russian titles and English subtitles.
Dezertir is in Russian with English subtitles.
Features Konets Sankt Peterburga has a new orchestral music track.
Dezertir has the original soundtrack.
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