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Vladimir Chestnokov
Full Name  Владимир Иванович Честноко́в Vladimir Ivanovich Chestnokov
Born  12 April 1904St. Petersburg, Russian Empire
Awards  People's Artist of the USSR (1960)
Died  15 May 1968, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Movies  713 prosit posadku, Pirogov, Belinsky, Professor Mamlock
Similar  Herbert Rappaport, Grigori Kozintsev, Dmitri Shostakovich

Vladimir Ivanovich Chestnokov (Russian: Владимир Иванович Честноко́в; 30 March (12 April) 1904, St. Petersburg - 15 May 1968, Leningrad) was a Soviet film and theater actor, theater teacher. People's Artist of the USSR (1960). Winner of the Stalin Prize of the first degree (1950) and the USSR State Prize (1967). Member of the CPSU (b) since 1941.

Filmography

  • Professor Mamlock (1938) as Dr. Hellpach
  • Fourth periscope (1939) as Grigory Krainev, submarine commander
  • The defeat of Yudenich (1941) as Lyudenkvist
  • Father and son (1941)
  • Mittens (1942)
  • Marine battalion (1944) as commander
  • Pirogov (1947) as Ipatov
  • Alexander Popov (1949) as Lyuboslavsky
  • Taras Shevchenko (1951) as Nikolay Chernyshevsky
  • Belinsky (1953) as Nikolay Nekrasov
  • The Gadfly (1955) as Domenichino
  • His time will come (1958) as Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • In the days of October (1958) as Vladimir Lenin
  • I love you, life! (1960) as Topilin
  • The very first (1961) as Academician Andrey Arkadyev
  • "713" Requests Permission to Land (1962) as Richard Gunther
  • Executions at dawn (1964) as Dmitri Mendeleev
  • Green coach (1967) as Sosnitsky
  • Pervorossiyane (1967) as Lenin
  • References

    Vladimir Chestnokov Wikipedia


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