Call number: DVD-2370



MOROZ, Iurii
Pelagiia i belyi bul´dog [Pelagiia and the White Bulldog]

Morozfil´m, for Tsentral Partnership and Telekanal Rossiia, 2009
Producers: Ruben Dishdishian, Sergei Danelian, Aram Movsesian, Iurii Moroz
Screenplay: Zoia Kudria, from the novel by Boris Akunin
Photography: Anatolii Petriga
Production Design: Ekaterina Kozhevnikova
Music: Evgenii Shiriaev
Pelagia / Polina Lisitsina				Polina Kutepova
Fr Mitrofanii						Aleksandr Feklistov
Anton Antonovich von Gaggenau, the Governor		Maksim Vazhov
Liudmila Platonovna, his wife				Dar´ia Moroz
The Berdichev prosecutor				Aleksandr Sirin
Felix Lagrange, the Chief of Police			Andrei Mezhulis
Mar´ia Tatishcheva					Nina Usatova
Vladimir Bubentsov					Timofei Tribuntsev
Tikhon Spasennyi, Bubentsov's secretary			Aleksandr Golubev
Naina Telianova						Viktoriia Isakova
Petr Telianov						Aleksei Vertkov
Taniusha, Tatishcheva's maid				Elena Plaksina
Stepan Shiriaev, Tatishcheva's manager			Sergei Ugriumov
Kirillo Krasnov						Sergei Koltakov	
Arkadii Podzhio						Maksim Matveev
Donat Sytnikov						Leonid Okunev
Murad Dzhuraev						Sergei Legostaev
Mrs Rigley						Maiia Apine
Olimpiada Shestago					Kseniia Gromova
Gurii Lomeiko						Vitalii Khaev
Antonina Shelago					Nadezhda Markina
Egor							Viktor Markin
Doctor							Viktor Perevalov
General, Court Chairman					Vladimir Laptev
Policeman						Mikhail Vladimirov
Grigorii Zytiakov					Andrei Mokul´skii
Korsh							Nikolai Stotskii
Suicide AND his brother					Aleksei Shemes
Monk							Igor´ Larin
Judge							Gennadii Atianin
Student							Richard Bondarev
Court secretary						Igor´ Afanas´ev
Court policeman						Iurii Vorob´ev
In 8 parts
Total running time: 354 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

On 2 DVDs

This is DVD 2, containing Parts 5-8, 180 minutes

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 4:3, 1.33:1
Languages In Russian without subtitles
Features Episode and chapter selection
Source A-Pro Video

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