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Director  Herbert Rappaport
Music director  Boris Asafyev
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Language  Russian
7.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Documentary, Music
Cinematography  Semyon Ivanov
Country  Soviet Union
Release date  1953 (1953)
Cast  Maya Plisetskaya (Zarema), Galina Ulanova (Maris), Konstantin Sergeyev (The Prince), Natalia Dudinskaya (Odile), Vakhtang Chabukiani (Philippe)
Similar movies  Swan Lake, Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Black Swan, Billy Elliot, Barbie in the Nutcracker, Aria

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Stars of the Russian Ballet (Russian: Мастера русского балета, Mastera russkogo baleta) is a 1953 Soviet ballet film trilogy, featuring an abridged version of "Swan Lake" and two original short ballet pieces for the film, "Fountain of Bakhchisarai" and "Flames of Paris". The film headlined world-renowned ballerinas Maya Plisetskaya and Galina Ulanova, and was directed by Gerbert Rappaport. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.

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Cast

  • Galina Ulanova as Maris (segment "Fountains of Bakhchisarai")
  • Konstantin Sergeyev as The Prince (segment "Swan Lake")
  • Natalya Dudinskaya as Odille, the black swan (segment "Swan Lake")
  • V. Bakanov as The Evil Wizard (segment "Swan Lake")
  • Pyotr Gussyev as Girzi (segment "Fountain of Bakhchisarai")
  • Maya Plisetskaya as Zarema (segment "Fountains of Bakhchisarai")
  • Yuri Zhdanov as Vaclav (segment "Fountain of Bakhchisarai")
  • Vakhtang Chabukiani as Philippe (segment "The Flames of Paris")
  • Muza Gotlib as Jeanne (segment "Flames of Paris")
  • References

    Stars of the Russian Ballet Wikipedia
    Stars of the Russian Ballet IMDb Stars of the Russian Ballet themoviedb.org


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