Call number: DVD-232


KOSHEVEROVA, Nadezhda
Oslinaia shkura [The Donkey's Hide]

Lenfil´m, Pervoe tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, 1982; released 3 January 1983
Screenplay Mikhail Vol´pin, from the fairy tales of Charles Perrault
Photography Eduard Rozovskii
Design Vladimir Kostin, Marina Azizian
Music Moisei Vainberg

King Gaston			Vladimir Etush
Queen Gorgette			Svetlana Nemoliaeva
Princess Thérèse		Vera Novikova
Prince Jacques			Aleksandr Galibin
The poet Au revoir		Zinovii Gerdt
Wicked witch			Tat´iana Pel´tser
Good witch			Valentina Panina
The robber Burabo		Nikolai Karachentsov
Madame Burabo			Liudmila Makarova
Redhead				Sergei Parshin
Gendarme			Boris Arakelov
Dandy				A. Domashov
Courtier			Sergei Filippov
Blind old woman			M. Barabanova
80 minutes
In Russian with optional voiceover versions or subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 16:9, 1.85:1 Widescreen
Languages Menu languages: Russian, English and French
Optional English and French voiceover versions.
Optional subtitles in Russian, English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic and Hebrew.
Features Archive =
a] 'Charles Perrault', text information, in menu language.
b] 'Fragmenty vospominanii Nadezhdy Kosheverovoi', 6½ minutes, in Russian without subtitles.
c] Documentary film 'Kinostudiia Lenfil´m' (no date, 10 minutes, in Russian with optional English, French, Dutch, Spanish and Italian subtitles, introduced by Boris Chirkov).
Biographies and filmographies of the director, Nadezhda Kosheverova, the scriptwriter, Mikhail Vol´pin, the director of photography, Eduard Rozovskii, the designers, Vladimir Kostin and Marina Azizian, the composer, Moisei Vainberg, and the actors Vera Novikova, Svetlana Nemoliaeva, Zinovii Gerdt, Aleksandr Galibin, Vladimir Etush and Tat´iana Pel´tser.
Photoalbum.
Source Ruscico

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