Call number: DVD-683



FAINTSIMMER, Aleksandr
Kotovskii

TsOKS, Alma Ata, 1942; released 6 January 1943; restored,
Tsentral´naia kinostudiia detskikh i iunosheskikh fil´mov imeni M. Gor´kogo, 1979
Screenplay: Aleksei Kapler
Photography: Mikhail Gindin
Production design: Aleksei Utkin
Music Sergei Prokof´ev
Grigorii Ivanovich Kotovskii			         Nikolai Mordvinov
Comissar Efim Kharitonov			         Vasilii Vanin
Kabaniuk, Kotovskii's assistant AND the criminal Zagari  Nikolai Kriuchkov
Doctor Ol´ga				                 Vera Maretskaia
Prince Karakozen AND his son                             Mikhail Astangov
Orderly				                         Konstantin Sorokin
Lackey			                                 Vladimir Ural´skii
Red Guard			                         Ivan Kliukvin
Kroshka, a criminal		                         Georgii Georgiu
Viten´ka, a criminal	                                 Georgii Svetlani
Mother			                                 Aleksandra Denisova
Singer in cabaret		                         Elizaveta Kuziurina
Student handing out debt forms to villagers	         Boris Andreev
Upholder of the law		                         Mikhail Vysotskii
The cardsharp Pupsik	                                 Grigorii Shpigel´
Singer in theatre		                         Aleksandra Danilova
Accompanist in White Guard cabaret	                 Oskar Strok	
68 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 1.33:1
Languages No subtitles
Features Biographies and filmographies for teha ctors Nikola Mordvinov and Nikolai Kriuchkov
Source Soiuz Video. Shedevry sovetskogo kinematografa

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