Viktor Stanitsyn

Viktor Yakovlevich Stanitsyn (Ви́ктор Я́ковлевич Стани́цын; 1897–1976) was a Soviet and Russian stage and film actor.wikipedia
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War and Peace (film series)

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Stanitsyn's last cinematic role was of Ilya Rostov, in the four-part film series War and Peace (1966–67), directed by Sergei Bondarchuk.
Viktor Stanitsyn as Ilya Rostov

The Lights of Baku

He appeared in a number of Soviet era films including portraying Winston Churchill in The Lights of Baku (1950) as well as several other films.
Viktor Stanitsyn as Winston Churchill

The Fall of Berlin (film)

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The Fall of Berlin (1950) as Winston Churchill
Viktor Stanitsyn as Winston Churchill

The Unforgettable Year 1919 (film)

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The Unforgettable Year 1919 (1951) as Winston Churchill
Victor Stanitsin - Winston Churchill

Anna Karenina (1953 film)

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Viktor Stanitsyn as Prince Stepan Arkadyevich Oblonsky

The Battle of Stalingrad (film)

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Viktor Stanitsyn as Winston Churchill/General Fedor Tolbukhin

Dead Souls (1960 film)

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Dead Souls (1960) as Governor
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Actor

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Viktor Yakovlevich Stanitsyn (Ви́ктор Я́ковлевич Стани́цын; 1897–1976) was a Soviet and Russian stage and film actor.

History of the Soviet Union

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He appeared in a number of Soviet era films including portraying Winston Churchill in The Lights of Baku (1950) as well as several other films.

Winston Churchill

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He appeared in a number of Soviet era films including portraying Winston Churchill in The Lights of Baku (1950) as well as several other films. The Battle of Stalingrad (1949) as Winston Churchill / General Fedor Tolbukhin

Ukraine

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Viktor was born on May 2 in 1897 in Yekaterinoslav (now — Dnipro, Ukraine).

Sergei Bondarchuk

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Stanitsyn's last cinematic role was of Ilya Rostov, in the four-part film series War and Peace (1966–67), directed by Sergei Bondarchuk.

Dnipro

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Viktor was born on May 2 in 1897 in Yekaterinoslav (now — Dnipro, Ukraine).

Cultural depictions of Winston Churchill

Stalingradskaya bitva I (English: The Battle of Stalingrad) (1949) – Viktor Stanitsyn

Vyacheslav Nevinny

After graduation in 1959 (Viktor Stanitsyn's course), Vyacheslav becomes an actor.

Guilty Without Guilt

Viktor Stanitsyn as Nil Stratonych Dudukin (as V. Ya. Stanitsin)

Nikolai Lebedev (actor)

In 1950, Nikolai Lebedev graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School (course of Viktor Stanitsyn ).

Anatoli Romashin

He graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School (course of Victor Stanitsyn) in 1959.

Mark Prudkin

Together with Olga Androvskaya and other "great old men" of the Moscow Art Theater – Alexey Gribov, Viktor Stanitsyn and Mikhail Yanshin played in a specially staged for them famous play "Solo for Clock Chime" based on the play by Osvald Zahradník (1973).

The Days of the Turbins

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The cast included Nikolai Khmelyov as Alexey Turbin, Ivan Kudryavtsev as Nikolka, Vera Sokolova as Elena, Mark Prudkin as Shervinsky (his song has been performed for several years by the Bolshoi opera singer Pyotr Selivanov), Evgeny Kaluzhsky as Studzinsky, Boris Dobronravov as Myshlayevsky, Vsevolod Verbitsky as Talberg, Mikhail Yanshin as Lariosik, Viktor Stanitsyn as Von Shratt, Robert Schilling as Von Dust, Vladimir Ershov as Getman, Nikolai Titushin as the deserter, Alexander Anders as Bolbotun, Mikhail Kedrov as Maxim.