Call number: DVD-31

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				V. Tsoppi
German officers  		Vsevolod Pudovkin, Vladimir Fogel´
Silent with orchestral score
88 minutes
Russian intertitles, English subtitles

Region code 2
Aspect ratio 4: 3
Languages Russian intertitles, English subtitles
Features Fully restored by David Shepard and digitally remastered; movie essay (text) on The End of St Petersburg (4 minutes)
Nineteen minutes longer than the version released on video by Hendring.
Source Eureka

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