Aleksandr Zatsepin

Aleksandr Sergeyevich Zatsepin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Заце́пин; born 10 March 1926 in Novosibirsk, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian composer, known for his soundtracks to many popular movies, notably comedies directed by Leonid Gaidai. In 1982, Zatsepin went to live in France and returned four years later to the Soviet Union; since then he has continued to (using his own words) "work in Moscow, rest in Paris".

Aleksandr Zatsepin
Александр Зацепин
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Born
Aleksandr Sergeyevich Zatsepin

(1926-03-10) 10 March 1926 (age 94)
NationalityRussian
OccupationComposer
TitlePeople's Artist of Russia (2003)
Awards

Honors and awardsEdit

Selected songsEdit

FilmographyEdit

Films
  1. 1965 — Operation Y and Shurik's Other Adventures
  2. 1966 — Kidnapping, Caucasian Style
  3. 1967 — The Formula of Rainbow
  4. 1968 — Ot snyega do snyega
  5. 1968 — Leto 43-go goda
  6. 1968 — The Diamond Arm
  7. 1969 — Belyy royal
  8. 1969 — Angel v tyubeteyke
  9. 1969 — The Red Tent
  10. 1971 — The Twelve Chairs
  11. 1971 — Posledneye delo komissara Berlakha
  12. 1972 — Taynik u krasnykh kamney
  13. 1972 — Commander of the Lucky 'Pike'
  14. 1973 — The Land of Sannikov
  15. 1973 — Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future
  16. 1975 — Tsentrovoy iz podnebesya
  17. 1975 — Povest o chelovecheskom serdtse
  18. 1975 — It Can't Be!
  19. 1975 — Captain Nemo
  20. 1977 — Zhuravl v nebe
  21. 1977 — Krasnye dipkurery
  22. 1977 — Incognito from St. Petersburg
  23. 1980 — The Orion Loop
  24. 1980 — Borrowing Matchsticks
  25. 1981 — Dusha
  26. 1982 — Sportloto-82
  27. 1982 — Krasivo zhit ne zapretish
  28. 1987 — She with a Broom, He in a Black Hat
  29. 1987 — Where is the Nophelet?
  30. 1987 — Devushki iz Sogdiany
  31. 1988 — Artistka iz Gribova
  32. 1990 — Vostochnyy koridor, ili reket po...
  33. 1990 — Private Detective, or Operation Cooperation
  34. 1991 — Bolotnaya strit, ili sredstvo protiv seksa
  35. 1992 — Weather Is Good on Deribasovskaya, It Rains Again on Brighton Beach
TV Series
  1. 1977 — Fantazii Vesnukhina
  2. 1978 — 31 June
  3. 2004 — Krasnaya kapella
Cartoons

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