Tri Soldata

Three Soldiers

Directed by: Aleksandr Ivanov, USSR - Sovjet Union, 1932

USSR - Sovjet Union, 1932

Cast and Credits

Director Aleksandr Ivanov
Assistant Director Aleksandr Ivanov
Scenario Aleksandr Ivanov
Aleksandr Ivanov
Aleksandr Ivanov
Director of Photography Aleksandr Gintsburg
Art Director Aleksandr Gintsburg
Cast Andrej Kostrichkin [Pierre Brogar]
Pjotr Pirogov [Paul Bertran]
Jevgenij Chervjakov [Jean Pelte]
Sergej Gerasimov [Commander]
Jelena Kuzmina [Madeleine Ennoua]
Varvara Mjasnikova [Varja]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 98 minutes, 2000 meters, 6 reels
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: November 6, 1932 in UdSSR
Survival Status: This picture is presumably lost

Remarks and general Information in German: Das Schicksal von drei Soldaten aus einem Regiment ausländischer Truppen, die im Jahre 1919 Odessa besetzten. Zwei von ihnen gingen zu den Bolschewiki über.

General Information

Tri Soldata is a motion picture produced in the year 1932 as a USSR - Sovjet Union production. The Film was directed by Aleksandr Ivanov, with Andrej Kostrichkin, Pjotr Pirogov, Jevgenij Chervjakov, Sergej Gerasimov, Jelena Kuzmina, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Tri Soldata available.

Bibliography - Sovjetskije Khudozhestvennyje Filmy, I, N° 1092, pg 472
- Lenfilm, Annotirovannyj katalog filmov, St. Petersburg 2003, N° 250

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