Pugachev (1937 film)

Pugachev (Russian: Пугачёв, romanizedPugachyov) is a 1937[1][2] Soviet drama film directed by Pavel Petrov-Bytov.[3]

Pugachev
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Russian: Пугачёв
Directed byPavel Petrov-Bytov
Written byOlga Forsch
Produced byL. Yanchenko
Starring
  • Konstantin Skorobogatov
  • Kasim Mukhutdinov
  • Yakov Malyutin
  • Vladimir Gardin
  • Matvey Pavlikov
CinematographyAnatoly Nazarov
Music byVissarion Shebalin
Production
company
Release date
1937
Running time
101 min.
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

PlotEdit

Don Cossack Pugachev, leader of the Peasant war of 1773–1775 in Russia. Using rumors that the Emperor Peter III of Russia was alive, Pugachev called himself him; he was one of several dozen impostors posing as Peter, and the most famous of them.

CastEdit

  • Konstantin Skorobogatov as Yemelyan Pugachev
  • Kasim Mukhutdinov as Salawat Yulayev
  • Yakov Malyutin as Volotskoy
  • Vladimir Gardin as Secreatary of the Senate
  • Matvey Pavlikov as Filimon
  • V. Usenko as Ivan Tvorogov
  • Yelena Karyakina as Sofya
  • Yelena Maksimova as Praskovya
  • Vladimir Taskin as Sokolsky
  • Ivan Sizov as Chika
  • Nina Latonina as Ustiniya
  • Vasily Chudakov as Chumakov
  • Vladimir Uralsky as Khlopusha[4]

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