Call number: V-1780


IUTKEVICH, Sergei
Przheval´skii

Mosfil´m, 1951; released 26 February 1952
Screenplay: Aleksei Speshnev, Vladimir Shveitser
Photography: Evgenii Andrikanis, Nikolai Renkov, Fedor Firsov
Production design: Mikhail Bogdanov, Gennadii Miasnikov
Music: Iurii Sviridov

Nikolai Przheval´skii				Sergei Papov
Vsevolod Roborovskii				Vsevolod Larionov
Egorov						Boris Tenin
Dondok Irinchinov 				Tsyren Shagzhin
Teleshov					Georgii Slabiniak
Petr Petrovich Semenov-Tian´-Shanskii		Nikolai Komissarov
Professor Nikolai Alekseevich Severtsov		Vladimir Vsevolodov
Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolaevich		Nikolai Svobodin
Professor Andrei Ivanovich Shatilo		Sergei Martinson
Benjamin Disraeli				Vladimir Taskin
Howard Simon					Vasilii Bokarev
Russian Ambassador				Sergei Tsenin
Hu Shin						Ten Lun
Chzhin Sian					Ken Dzhen
Amban, the Chinese governor			Lian Len-dzu
Amban's Adjutant				Van Guan-de
Kim Ti Bon, a Korean hunter			Pak Chun Sep
Korean teacher					Kim Din
Owner of Mongol yurt				Ts. Demdinov
Mongol shepherds				D. Dandukov, P. Nikolaev
Member of Geographical Society			Pavel Kadochnikov
Archpriest					Vsevolod Sanaev
108 minutes
In Russian

Source: Master Teip. Kino nasledie
System: Pal


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