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Yefim Kopelyan

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Yefim Zakharovich Kopelyan (Ефим Захарович Копелян; 12 April 1912 – 6 March 1975) was a Soviet actor of theater and cinema, one of the legendary masters of the Bolshoi Theatre of Drama (BDT) in Leningrad. [1]

37 relations: Alexander Popov (film), Baku, Belarus, Crime and Punishment, Crime and Punishment (1970 film), Dauria (film), Dead Season, Epic film, Eternal Call, Failure of Engineer Garin, Georgy Tovstonogov, Intervention (1968 film), Jarosław Dąbrowski (film), Kirov Plant, Lyudmila Makarova, Mikhail Loris-Melikov, Mister X (1958 film), Old Khottabych, Operation Barbarossa, People's Artist of the USSR, Rechytsa, Saint Petersburg, Savva Morozov, Sergo Ordzhonikidze, Seventeen Moments of Spring, Sofiya Perovskaya (film), Soviet Union, The Crown of the Russian Empire, or Once Again the Elusive Avengers, The Elusive Avengers, The Gadfly (1955 film), The New Adventures of the Elusive Avengers, The Seagull (1972 film), The Straw Hat, Time, Forward!, Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater, Voice-over, Woman's World (1967 film).

Alexander Popov (film)

Alexander Popov (Александр Попов) is a 1949 biographical film about the life and work of Alexander Stepanovich Popov, who was the notable physicist and electrical engineer, inventor of radio communication.

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Baku (Bakı) is the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan, as well as the largest city on the Caspian Sea and of the Caucasus region, with a population of 2,374,000.

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Belarus (Беларусь, Biełaruś,; Беларусь, Belarus'), officially the Republic of Belarus (Рэспубліка Беларусь; Республика Беларусь), formerly known by its Russian name Byelorussia or Belorussia (Белоруссия, Byelorussiya), is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe bordered by Russia to the northeast, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest.

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Crime and Punishment

Crime and Punishment (Pre-reform Russian: Преступленіе и наказаніе; post-reform prʲɪstʊˈplʲenʲɪje ɪ nəkɐˈzanʲɪje) is a novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky.

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Crime and Punishment (1970 film)

Crime and Punishment (Преступление и наказание) is a 1970 Soviet drama film in two parts directed by Lev Kulidzhanov, based on the eponymous novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky.

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Dauria (film)

Dauria (Даурия) is a 1971 Soviet historical action/drama set in Siberia, Russia.

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Dead Season

Dead Season (Мёртвый сезон, translit. Myortvyy sezon) is a 1968 Soviet spy film directed by Savva Kulish based on a screenplay by Aleksandr Shlepyanov and Vladimir Vajnshtok and featuring Donatas Banionis and Rolan Bykov.

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Epic film

Epic films are a style of filmmaking with large scale, sweeping scope, and spectacle.

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Eternal Call

Eternal Call (Вечный зов) was a Soviet 1973–1983 epic TV series by the eponymous novel of Anatoli Ivanov shot by Mosfilm.

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Failure of Engineer Garin

Failure of Engineer Garin (Крах инженера Гарина, translit. Krakh inzhenera Garina) is a 1973 Soviet television film in four parts loosely based on a novel Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin by Alexei Tolstoy.

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Georgy Tovstonogov

Georgy Alexandrovich Tovstonogov (Георгий Александрович Товстоногов, – May 23, 1989) was a Russian theatre director, the leader of Saint Petersburg Bolshoi Academic Theatre of Drama (formerly Gorky Theater), which now bears his name.

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Intervention (1968 film)

Intervention (Interventsiya) is a 1968 Russian adventure film directed by Gennadi Poloka.

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Jarosław Dąbrowski (film)

Jarosław Dąbrowski is a Polish historical film.

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Kirov Plant

The Kirov Plant, Kirov Factory or Leningrad Kirov Plant (LKZ) (Kirovskiy Zavod) is a major Russian machine-building manufacturing plant in St. Petersburg, Russia.

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Lyudmila Makarova

Lyudmila Iosifovna Makarova (Людмила Иосифовна Макарова; 20 October 1921 – 30 May 2014) was a Russian stage actress from Saint Petersburg.

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Mikhail Loris-Melikov

Count Mikhail Tarielovich Loris-Melikov (Միքայել Լորիս-Մելիքով; – 24 December 1888) was a Russian-Armenian statesman, General of the Cavalry, and Adjutant General of H. I. M. Retinue.

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Mister X (1958 film)

Mister Iks (Мистер Икс) is a Russian musical comedy film directed by Yuliy Khmelnitsky.

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Old Khottabych

Starik Khottabych (Старик Хоттабыч, Old Man Khottabych or Old Khottabych) is a Sovcolor Soviet fantasy film produced in the USSR by Goskino at Kinostudyia Lenfilm (Lenfilm Studio) in 1956, based on a children's book of the same name by Lazar Lagin who also wrote the film's script, and directed by Gennadi Kazansky.

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Operation Barbarossa

Operation Barbarossa (German: Unternehmen Barbarossa) was the code name for the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union, which started on Sunday, 22 June 1941, during World War II.

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People's Artist of the USSR

People's Artist of the USSR (Наро́дный арти́ст СССР, Narodný artist SSSR), also sometimes translated as National Artist of the USSR, was an honorary title granted to artists of the Soviet Union.

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Rechytsa (Рэчыца,; Речица; Rzeczyca; Rečyca) is a city in the Gomel Region of Belarus.

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Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg (p) is Russia's second-largest city after Moscow, with 5 million inhabitants in 2012, part of the Saint Petersburg agglomeration with a population of 6.2 million (2015).

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Savva Morozov

Savva Timofeyevich Morozov (Са́вва Тимофе́евич Моро́зов,, Orekhovo-Zuevo, Bogorodsky Uyezd (Богородский уезд), Moskovskaya Guberniya (Московская губерния), Russian Empire –, Cannes, France) was a Russian textiles magnate and philanthropist. Established by Savva Vasilievich Morozov (Савва Васильевич Морозов), the Morozov family was the fifth richest in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century. Savva Timofeyevich Morozov came from an Old Believer merchant family which held the hereditary civil rank of honorary citizen (Почётные граждане). This gave him freedom from conscription, freedom from corporal punishment, and freedom from taxation (Подушный оклад). He grew up at the Morozov house at Trehsvyatitelskaya Lane 1-3c1 (Большой Трёхсвятительский переулок) on Ivanovo Hill (Ивановская горка) in the White City (Белый город), now the boulevards, of Moscow. He attended nearby gymnasium at Pokrovsky Gates. His family home was the most expensive home in Moscow and its Morozov gardens (Морозовский сад) were a favourite place of S. Aksakov, F. Dostoevsky, A. Ostrovsky, L. Tolstoy, and P. Tchaikovsky. Later, he studied physics and mathematics at Moscow University (1885) where he wrote a study on dye and met Mendeleev. Beginning on 7 January 1885, at 10 o'clock in the morning, textile workers at the Morozov factories in Bogorodsk, especially Orekhovo-Zuyevo, went on strike for several weeks. In 1885–1887, he studied chemistry at the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom). While he was in England, he studied the structure of the textile industry in Great Britain, especially Manchester. He married his second cousin's wife Zinaida Grigorievna née Zimin (Зинаида Григорьевна Зимина). They hosted lavish parties and balls that many distinguished Russians and Moscovites attended including Savva Mamontov, Botkin, Feodor Chaliapin, Maxim Gorky, Anton Chekhov, Konstantin Stanislavski, Pyotr Boborykin, and others. On one of these balls recalled Olga Knipper, "I had to go to the ball at Morozova: I've never seen such luxury and wealth." At the beginning of the twentieth century, Morozov was the largest shareholder of the Moscow Art Theatre (MAT) under Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko. During the summer of 1902, Savva funded Schechtel's, with participation of both Ivan Fomin and Alexander Galetsky, improvements of the Lianozov owned theatre built in 1890 at Kamergersky Lane 3 in Tverskoy. The renovations incorporated Anna Golubkina's high relief plaster of The Wave above the right entrance of the theatre. In 1903, he funded the electrification of the theatre with its own electrical power station and added another small stage which is isolated from the main building to allow full rehearsals during performances on the main stage. All of this made the MAT the most advanced theatre in Russia. For the fifth and sixth seasons (1902–04), Morozov funded the entire cost of the equipment and the operating costs of the building, too. This new theatre had seating for 1200 which was a third more than the older building and greatly enhanced its profitability. However, the rent increased for the seventh season (1904–05) and Morozov ceased paying for the leasehold and the operating cost. He would only pay back the principle for the cost of the improvements which took 9 years. When Gorky's Summerfolk was not well received by Nemirovich-Danchenko and Stanislavski, Gorky left the theatre and Morozov followed. Influenced by Maxim Gorky, he and his nephew Nikolai Pavlovich Schmit were significant financial contributors of the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Workers Party including the newspaper Iskra. According to the author Suzanne Massie, in Land of the Firebird, Morozov had approached his mother and family matriarch about introducing profit sharing with factory workers, one of the first industrialists to propose such an idea. His mother angrily removed Savva from the family business and one month later apparently despondent Morozov shot himself while in the south of France. Morozov died from a gunshot wound in Cannes, France. His death was officially ruled a suicide; however, various murder theories exist. His mansion became the headquarters of the Moscow Proletkult.

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Sergo Ordzhonikidze

Grigory Konstantinovich Ordzhonikidze (გრიგოლ კონსტანტინეს ძე ორჯონიკიძე Grigol Konstantines dze Orjonikidze; Григо́рий Константи́нович Орджоники́дзе Grigori Konstantinovich Ordzhonikidze), generally known as Sergo Ordzhonikidze (სერგო ორჯონიკიძე; Серго́ Орджоники́дзе);, Kutais Governorate – 18 February 1937, Moscow) was a Georgian Bolshevik, later member of the CPSU Politburo and close associate of Joseph Stalin. Ordzhonikidze, Stalin and Anastas Mikoyan comprised what was jokingly referred to as the "Caucasian Clique.".

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Seventeen Moments of Spring

Seventeen Moments of Spring (Semnadtsat' mgnoveniy vesny) is a 1972 Soviet twelve-part television series, directed by Tatyana Lioznova and based on the novel of the same title by Yulian Semyonov.

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Sofiya Perovskaya (film)

Sofiya Perovskaya (Софья Перовская) is a 1967 Soviet biopic film directed by Lev Arnshtam.

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Soviet Union

The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was a socialist state in Eurasia that existed from 1922 to 1991.

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The Crown of the Russian Empire, or Once Again the Elusive Avengers

The Crown of the Russian Empire, or Once Again the Elusive Avengers (Корона Российской Империи, или Снова Неуловимые; translit. Korona Rossiyskoy Imperii, ili Snova Neulovimye) is a 1971 Soviet action movie, a second sequel of The Elusive Avengers, directed by Edmond Keosayan and made on Mosfilm.

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The Elusive Avengers

The Elusive Avengers (Неуловимые мстители, translit. Neulovimye mstiteli) is a 1967 Soviet adventure film directed by Edmond Keosayan and made by Mosfilm.

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The Gadfly (1955 film)

The Gadfly (Ovod) is a 1955 Soviet historical drama film based on the eponymous novel by Ethel Lilian Voynich and directed by Aleksandr Fajntsimmer.

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The New Adventures of the Elusive Avengers

The New Adventures of the Elusive Avengers (Новые приключения Неуловимых, translit. Novye prikluchenya Neulovimykh) is a 1968 Soviet action movie, a sequel of The Elusive Avengers, directed by Edmond Keosayan and made on Mosfilm.

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The Seagull (1972 film)

The Seagull (Chayka) is a 1972 Soviet film adaptation of the play of the same name by Anton Chekhov.

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The Straw Hat

The Straw Hat (Соломенная шляпка, translit. Solomennaya shlyapka) is a 1974 Soviet musical comedy television film directed by Leonid Kvinikhidze based on a play by Eugène Marin Labiche and Marc-Michel.

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Time, Forward!

Time, Forward! (Время, вперёд!, Vremya, vperyod!) is a 1965 Soviet drama film directed by Sofiya Milkina and Mikhail Schweitzer based on a novel with the same name and a screenplay by Valentin Katayev.

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Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater

Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater (Большой драматический театр имени Г. А. Товстоногова; literally Tovstonogov Great Drama Theater), formerly known as Gorky Bolshoi Drama Theater (Большой Драматический Театр имени Горького) (1931–1992), often referred to as the Bolshoi Drama Theater and by the acronym BDT (БДТ), is a theater in Saint Petersburg, that is considered one of the best Russian theaters.

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Voice-over (also known as off-camera or off-stage commentary) is a production technique where a voice—that is not part of the narrative (non-diegetic)—is used in a radio, television production, filmmaking, theatre, or other presentations.

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Woman's World (1967 film)

Woman's World (Babye tsarstvo) is a 1967 war film directed by Alexey Saltykov.

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[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yefim_Kopelyan

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