The Battle of Stalingrad (film)

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The Battle of Stalingrad is a 1949 two-part Soviet epic war film about the Battle of Stalingrad, directed by Vladimir Petrov.wikipedia
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Vladimir Petrov (director)

Vladimir Petrov
The Battle of Stalingrad is a 1949 two-part Soviet epic war film about the Battle of Stalingrad, directed by Vladimir Petrov.
The Battle of Stalingrad ; 1949–1950

Nikolai Virta

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The script was written by Nikolai Virta.
He was awarded the Stalin Prize for the novel in 1941, as he was for his plays Khleb nash nashushchny (Our Daily Bread) in 1948 and Zagovor obrechennykh (Conspiracy of the Condemned, a "virulently anti-American drama" ) in 1949 and for his script for the film Stalingradskaya bitva (The battle of Stalingrad) in 1950.

Nikolay Simonov

Petrov, cinematographer Yuri Yekelchik and four actors - Aleksei Dikiy, Nikolai Simonov, Yuri Shumski and Vladimir Gaidarov - were awarded the Stalin Prize at 1950 for their role in the film. Nikolai Simonov as General Vasily Chuikov
Stalingradskaya bitva I / The Battle of Stalingrad, Part I (1949) - Lt. Gen. Churkov

Crystal Globe

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The movie won the Crystal Globe in the 1949 Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

Vasily Chuikov

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Nikolai Simonov as General Vasily Chuikov
Soviet epic war film The Battle of Stalingrad (1949), played by Nikolay Simonov

Viktor Stanitsyn

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The Battle of Stalingrad (1949) as Winston Churchill / General Fedor Tolbukhin

Vasili Merkuryev

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The Battle of Stalingrad (1949)

Ivan Lyudnikov

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Mikhail Nazvanov as Colonel Ivan Lyudnikov
In the film The Battle of Stalingrad, the role of Lyudnikov was played by Mikhail Nazvanov.

Aram Khachaturian

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In 1950 he was awarded the USSR State Prize (Stalin Prize) for the score of The Battle of Stalingrad (1949).

Soviet Union

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The Battle of Stalingrad is a 1949 two-part Soviet epic war film about the Battle of Stalingrad, directed by Vladimir Petrov.

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The Battle of Stalingrad is a 1949 two-part Soviet epic war film about the Battle of Stalingrad, directed by Vladimir Petrov.

Battle of Stalingrad

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The Battle of Stalingrad is a 1949 two-part Soviet epic war film about the Battle of Stalingrad, directed by Vladimir Petrov.

Operation Uranus

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As the Red Army is pushed back to the Volga, Stalin orders to commence Operation Uranus.

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

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The movie won the Crystal Globe in the 1949 Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

Aleksei Dikiy

Petrov, cinematographer Yuri Yekelchik and four actors - Aleksei Dikiy, Nikolai Simonov, Yuri Shumski and Vladimir Gaidarov - were awarded the Stalin Prize at 1950 for their role in the film. Aleksei Dikiy, who portrayed Stalin, received the 1949 Gottwaldov Film Festival's prize, and director Vladimir Petrov won the Czechoslovak Workers' Film Festival Best Director Award. Aleksei Dikiy as Joseph Stalin

Zlín

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Aleksei Dikiy, who portrayed Stalin, received the 1949 Gottwaldov Film Festival's prize, and director Vladimir Petrov won the Czechoslovak Workers' Film Festival Best Director Award.

USSR State Prize

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Petrov, cinematographer Yuri Yekelchik and four actors - Aleksei Dikiy, Nikolai Simonov, Yuri Shumski and Vladimir Gaidarov - were awarded the Stalin Prize at 1950 for their role in the film.

André Bazin

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French critic André Bazin wrote that the film portrayed Stalin as a super-human leader, showing him planning the Soviet war effort almost on his own: "Even if we grant Stalin a hyper-Napoleonic military genius... It would be childish to think that events in the Kremlin unfolded as they are seen here."

Cult of personality

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Richard Taylor listed The Battle of Stalingrad as "a personality cult film".

Lazar Kaganovich

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Nikolai Ryzhov as Lazar Kaganovich