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Title I︠a︡kov Protazanov / produced by Erich Sargeant ; original music by Neil Brand ; English translation, Julian Graffy ; subtitling, John Minchinton.

Published Sydney : Kanopy, 2019.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (95 minutes) : sound, black and white.
Series Early Russian cinema ; v. 8
Early Russian cinema ; v. 8.
Notes Early Russian films from the collection of Gosfilʹmofund /video transfers supplied by the British Film Institute ; Restoration programme led by Yuri Tsivian in partnership with the Central Film Museum, Moscow. BFI Distribution 1991.
Credits Ukhod velikogo start︠s︡a: directors, I︠A︡kov Protazanov and Elizaveta Thiemann ; screenplay, Isaak Teneromo ; photography, George Meyer and Aleksandr Levit︠s︡kiĭ ; production company, Thiemann & Reinhardt. Pikovai︠a︡ dama: director/screenplay, I︠A︡kov Protazanov ; photography, Evgeniĭ Slavinskiĭ ; production company, Ermolʹev.
Contents Ukhod velikogo start︠s︡a "Zhiznʹ L.N. Tolstogo" = Departure of a great old man "Life of L.N. Tolstoi" (1912 : 32 minutes) -- Pikovai︠a︡ dama = The Queen of Spades (1916 : 63 minutes).
Performers Ukhod velikogo start︠s︡a: Vladimir Shaternikov, O. Petrova, Mikhail Tamarov, Elizaveta Thiemann.
Pikovai︠a︡ dama: Ivan Mozzhukhin, Vera Orlova, Elizaveta Shebueva, T. Duvan, Polikarp Pavlov, Nikolaĭ Panov.
Summary Protozanov, together with Bauer the leading director of early Russian cinema, did not shrink from controversy ... 'The Departure of a great old man' (1912), about the last days of Tolstoi, provoked legal action by the outraged family. 'The Queen of Spades' (1916) starred Mozzhukhin in one of his most compelling roles as Pushkin's haunted hero.
Original Version Originally produced: Russia, 1912-1916.
Language notes Russian films, directed by Protazanov, were originally silent; musical track and English subtitles added.
Other author Sargeant, Erich, producer.
Brand, Neil, composer.
Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, 1799-1837, author.
Protazanov, I︠A︡kov Aleksandrovich, 1881-1945, director, screenwriter.
Shaternikov, Vladimir, actor.
Petrova, Olga, 1886-, actor.
Tamarov, Mikhail, actor.
Thiemann, Elizaveta, director, actor.
Teneromo, I. (Isaak), screenwriter.
Shebueva, Elizaveta, actor.
Mozzhukhin, Ivan Ilʹich, 1889-1939, actor.
Orlova, Vera Markovna, 1894-1977, actor.
Slavinskiĭ, Evgeniĭ, 1877-1950, photographer.
Ermolʹev (Firm), production company.
Thiemann & Reinhardt, production company.
Gosfilʹmofond SSSR, issuing body.
British Film Institute, issuing body.
Soi︠u︡z kinematografistov SSSR. T︠S︡entralʹnyĭ muzeĭ kino, restorationist.
Kanopy (Firm), issuing body.
Subject Tolstoy, Leo, graf, 1828-1910 -- Drama.
Protazanov, I︠A︡kov Aleksandrovich, 1881-1945.
Short films -- Russia (Federation)
Silent films -- Russia (Federation)
Motion pictures, Russian.
Motion picture producers and directors -- Russia.
Foreign films -- Russia (Federation)
Russia -- In motion pictures.
Variant Title Early Russian cinema. Volume 8, I︠a︡kov Protazanov