Vladimir Petrov (director)

Vladimir Petrov (Russian: Владимир Михайлович Петров, 22 July 1896 – 7 January 1966) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter. He directed 24 films between 1928 and 1964. Vladimir Petrov was awarded Stalin Prize five times: in 1941 (twice), 1946 (twice) and 1950.[1]

Vladimir Petrov

Born
Vladimir Mikhailovich Petrov

(1896-07-22)22 July 1896
Died7 January 1966(1966-01-07) (aged 69)
OccupationFilm director
Screenwriter

FilmographyEdit

  • Golden Honey (Золотой мед); 1928
  • Joy and Druzhok (Джой и Дружок); 1928
  • Icy Fate (Ледяная судьба); 1929
  • Lenin's Address (Адрес Ленина); 1929
  • Fritz Bauer (Фриц Бауэр); 1930
  • The Dam (Плотина); 1931
  • The Fugitive (Беглец); 1932
  • The Storm (Гроза); 1933
  • Pyotr pervyy (Петр Первый); 1937–1938
  • Chapaev with Us (Чапаев с нами); 1941, short
  • Elusive Ian (Неуловимый Ян); 1942
  • Kutuzov (Кутузов); 1943
  • Jubilee (Юбилей); 1944
  • Guilty Without Guilt (Без вины виноватые); 1945
  • The Battle of Stalingrad (Сталинградская битва); 1949–1950
  • Sporting Honour (Спортивная честь); 1951
  • The Inspector-General (Ревизор); 1952
  • Three Hundred Years Ago (300 лет тому...); 1956
  • Duel (Поединок); 1957
  • On the Eve (1959) [ru] (Накануне)
  • First Lesson (Первый урок); 1960
  • The Russian Forest [ru] (Русский лес); 1963

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Peter Rollberg (2009). Historical Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Cinema. US: Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 529–531. ISBN 978-0-8108-6072-8.

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