Call number: V-102

EGGERT, Konstantin and GARDIN, Vladimir
Medvezh´ia svad´ba [The Bear's Wedding]
[Poslednii Shemet]

Mezhrabpom - Rus´, 1925; released 26.1.1926
Screenplay G. Grebner and Anatolii Lunacharskii
Photography Petr Ermolov
Prologue directed by Vladimir Gardin
Prologue photographed by Eduard Tisse Assistant director Iulii Raizman

Count Mikhail Shemet / Kazimir Shemet	Konstantin Eggert
Iul´ka					Vera Malinovskaia
Mariia Ivinskaia    			Nataliia Rozenel´
Adelina Shemet, Kazimir's wife		A. Kartseva
Ol´gerd Keistut, her cousin		Iurii Zavadskii
Adelina in her mad old age		V. Alekhina
Wittenbach, the pastor			A. Geirot
Tus´ka, the woodcutter's daughter	O. Lenskaia
Old Vizha, a beggar			N. Stal´
Avgusta Dovgello			E. Volkonskaia
Shemet's house doctor			B. Afonin
Governess				M. Rozenshtein
General					V. Vladislavskii
69 minutes
In Russian, with music track by Taras Buevskii and 20 minute introduction about Eggert by Naum Kleiman in series Shedevry starogo kino, 1995


Chelovek iz restorana [The Man from the Restaurant]

Mezhrabpom-Rus´, 1927; released 12.8.1927
Script Oleg Leonidov and Protazanov
From the story of the same name by Ivan Shmelev
Photography Anatolii Golovnia and K. Bents
Art director Sergei Kozlovskii

Skorokhodov, a waiter		Mikhail Chekhov
His wife			K. Alekseeva
Shtoss, the maître d'hôtel	M. Klimov
Natasha, Skorokhodov's daughter	Vera Malinovskia
Sokolin, her young man		Ivan Koval´-Samborskii
Karasev, a factory owner	M. Narokov
Minister			St. Kuznetsov
General				A. Petrovskii
Waiter				Mikhail Zharov
68 minutes
In Russian; with music track by Taras Buevskii and 18 minute introduction about Protazanov by Naum Kleiman in series Shedevry starogo kino, 1996
Source: Russian television, RTR
System: Secam
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