Call number: DVD-2528



DOVZHENKO, Aleksandr
Zvenigora (Zakoldovannoe mesto) [The Enchanted Place]

VUFKU, Odessa, 1927; released 13 April 1928 (Kiev), 8 May 1928 (Moscow); restored, Mosfil´m, 1973
Screenplay: Mark Ioganson and Iu. Iurtik [Iu. Tiutiunik]
Photography: Boris Zavelev
Production design: Vasilii Krichevskii
Music: Viacheslav Ovchinnikov
Grandfather					Mykola  Nademskii
Timoshko, his grandson, 
  a Red Army man, and then an engineer		Semen Svashenko
Pavlo, his second grandson, 
  a bandit and then an émigré			Les´ Podorozhnyi
Leader of the Scythians				Georgii Astaf´ev
Ataman of the Gaidamaks   			I. Seliuk
Catholic monk					L. Barbe
Timoshko's wife					M. Parshina
Fat officer on a horse				A. Simonov
Student on the train				Dovbysh
Adjutant					Iu. Mikhalev
Pavlo's assistant abroad 	 		N. Charov
Oksana-Roksana, a peasant girl   		Polina Skliar-Otava
Peasant						Vladimir Ural´skii
89 minutes
English titles, added music track

AND

PROTAZANOV, Iakov
Otets Sergii [Father Sergius]

I. Ermol´ev Company, 1918; released 14 May 1918
Screenplay: Aleksandr Volkov, from the story by Lev Tolstoi
Photography: Nikolai Rudakov, Fedor Burgasov
Production design: Vladimir Balliuzek, Aleksandr Loshakov
Costumes: N. Vorob´eva
Make-up: A. Shargalin

Prince Kasatskii, later Father Sergius 		Ivan Mozzhukhin
Countess Korotkova 				Ol´ga Kondorova
Mary, her daughter 				V. Dzheneeva
Nicholas I 					Vladimir Gaidarov
Kasatskii's father 				Nikolai Panov
Widow of the merchant Makovkin	 		Nataliia Lisenko
Merchant 					Iona Talanov
His daughter 					Vera Orlova
78 minutes
Russian titles, no subtitles, added music track

AND, as bonus

EIZENSHTEIN, Sergei
Dnevnik Glumova [Glumov's Diary]

1923

5 minutes
Silent, no text, no added music track

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages No subtitles
Features Bonus is Sergei Eizenshtein's Dnevnik Glumova, for details see above
'Informatsiia' is about the actor Vladimir Ural´skii, text, Russian only
Source Vostok Video, Entsiklopediia Mastera Kino


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