The Snow Queen (1967 film)

The Snow Queen (Russian: Снежная королева, romanizedSnezhnaya koroleva) is a Soviet 1967 fantasy film, directed by Gennadi Kazansky and based on the eponymous 1844 fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen.[2][3]

The Snow Queen
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Directed byGennadi Kazansky
Written byEvgeny Schwartz
CinematographySergei Ivanov
Music byNadezhda Simonyan
Distributed byParamount Pictures (dubbed version)
Release date
  • 1967 (1967)
Running time
85 minutes
CountrySoviet Union


On a frosty winter evening, the Snow Queen kidnaps Kai and turns his heart into a piece of ice. Gerda, wishing to return Kai home goes to search for him. She experiences many trials to get to the Snow Queen's palace and to retrieve Kai from icy captivity.


  • Valery Nikitenko – The Storyteller
  • Elena Proklova – Gerda
  • Slava Ziupa – Kay
  • Evgenia Melnikova – Grandmother
  • Natalia Klimova – The Snow Queen
  • Nikolai Boyarsky – Counselor
  • Yevgeny Leonov – King Eric XXIX
  • Irina Gubanova – The Princess
  • George Korolchuk – Prince
  • Olga Viklandt – The Chieftain
  • Era Ziganshina – The Little Robber
  • Andrei Kostrichkin – Ghost
  • Vera Titova – Inkwell

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ ""Снежная королева" на сайте киностудии "Ленфильм"". Lenfilm.
  2. ^ a b "Снежная королева. Вокруг ТВ". VokrugTV.
  3. ^ "Х/ф Снежная королева". Russia-1.

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