Vladimir Petrov (director)

Vladimir Petrov
Vladimir Petrov (Владимир Михайлович Петров, 22 July 1896 – 7 January 1966) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter.wikipedia
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Duel (1957 film)

Duel
Duel ; 1957
Duel is a 1957 Soviet drama film directed by Vladimir Petrov.

The Inspector-General

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The Inspector-General ; 1952
The Inspector-General is a 1952 Soviet comedy film directed by Vladimir Petrov.

USSR State Prize

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Vladimir Petrov was awarded Stalin Prize five times: in 1941 (twice), 1946 (twice) and 1950.
Vladimir Petrov, Nikolai Simonov, and Mikhail Zharov: film Peter the First (1937–1938)

The Battle of Stalingrad (film)

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

Guilty Without Guilt

Guilty Without Guilt ; 1945
Guilty Without Guilt, is a 1945 Soviet drama film directed by Vladimir Petrov.

Kutuzov (film)

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Kutuzov ; 1943
Kutuzov, is a 1943 Soviet drama film directed by Vladimir Petrov.

The Storm (1933 film)

The Storm
The Storm ; 1933
The Storm is a 1933 Soviet film directed by Vladimir Petrov.

Peter the Great (1937 film)

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Pyotr pervyy ; 1937–1938
Peter the Great is a 1937-1938 Soviet two-part historical biographical film, shot on the Order of Lenin from Leningrad film studio Lenfilm director Vladimir Petrov on the eponymous play by Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy's devoted to the life and activity of the Russian Emperor Peter I.

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Vladimir Petrov (Владимир Михайлович Петров, 22 July 1896 – 7 January 1966) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter.

Screenwriter

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Vladimir Petrov (Владимир Михайлович Петров, 22 July 1896 – 7 January 1966) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter.

Invisible Jan

Invisible Jan, is a 1943 Soviet drama film directed by Isidor Annensky and Vladimir Petrov.

List of assassinations in fiction

Peter the First, Part Two — 1938 Soviet film by Vladimir Petrov in which Tsar Peter the Great (Nikolai Simonov) has his son, Tsarevich Alexei (Nikolai Cherkasov), tortured and executed in 1718 for plotting against him

The Battle of Russia

Why We Fight: The Battle of Russia
The film begins with an overview of previous failed attempts to conquer Russia: by the Teutonic Knights in 1242 (footage from Sergei Eisenstein's film Alexander Nevsky is used here), by Charles XII of Sweden in 1704 (footage from Vladimir Petrov's film Pyotr Pervyy), by Napoleon I in 1812, and by Germany in World War I.

Trista let tomu...

Trista let tomu... is a 1956 soviet historical drama film directed by Vladimir Petrov and starring Sergey Dvoretskiy, Vasiliy Lanovoy and Natalya Uzhviy.