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Name  Sergey Urusevsky

Role  Cinematographer
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Died  November 12, 1974, Moscow, Russia
Movies  The Cranes Are Flying, I am Cuba, Letter Never Sent, The Forty‑First, Beg inokhodtsa
Similar People  Mikhail Kalatozov, Tatiana Samoilova, Viktor Rozov, Aleksey Batalov, Enrique Pineda Barnet

Sergey Pavlovich Urusevsky (Russian: Серге́й Павлович Урусевский) (23 December 1908, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire - 12 November 1974, Moscow, Soviet Union) was a Soviet cinematographer and film director, renowned for his work with Grigori Chukhrai, Mikhail Kalatozov and Yuli Raizman.

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Filmography

Sergey Urusevsky The Films of Sergei Urusevsky
  • Duel (1945); directed by Vladimir Legoshin
  • Sinegoria (1946); directed by Erast Garin and Khesya Lokshina
  • The Village Teacher (1947); directed by Mark Donskoy
  • Alitet Leaves for the Hills (1949); directed by Mark Donskoy
  • Dream of a Cossack (1951); directed by Yuli Raizman
  • The Return of Vasili Bortnikov (1953); directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
  • The First Echelon (1955); directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
  • Lesson of Life (1955); directed by Yuli Raizman
  • The Forty-First (1956); directed by Grigori Chukhray
  • The Cranes Are Flying (1957); directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
  • The Unsent Letter (1959); directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
  • I Am Cuba (1964); directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
  • Proshschay, Gyulsary! (1968); directed by Sergey Urusevsky
  • Sing Your Song, Poet (1973); directed by Sergey Urusevsky
  • References

    Sergey Urusevsky Wikipedia


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