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  • Yakov Protazanov - Wikipedia

    Yakov Alexandrovich Protazanov (Russian: Я́ков Алекса́ндрович Протаза́нов; January 23 (O.S. February 4), 1881 – August 8, 1945) was a ...

  • Yakov Protazanov - IMDb

    Yakov Protazanov, Director: Aelita. Yakov Protazanov was born on February 4, 1881 in Moscow, Russian Empire as Yakov Aleksandrovich Protazanov. He was a director and ...

  • Aelita (1924) - IMDb

    Directed by Yakov Protazanov. With Yuliya Solntseva, Igor Ilyinsky, Nikolai Tsereteli, Nikolai Batalov. A mysterious radio message is beamed around the world, and ...

  • Yakov Protazanov filmography - Wikipedia

    Title Original title Notes; 1911: The Convict's Song: Песня каторжанина: The Song of the Prophet Oleg: Песнь о вещем Олеге

  • Yakov Protazanov - Protazanov&item_type...

    Yakov Alexandrovich Protazanov ( Russian : Я́ков Алекса́ндрович Протаза́нов ; January 23 ( O.S. February 4), 1881 – August 8, 1945 ...

  • Yakov Protazanov personality profile -

    Get to know the spiritual DNA of Yakov Protazanov, his relationships and compatibility with you.

  • Yakov Protazanov (1881 - 1945) - Find A Grave Memorial

    Birth: Feb. 4, 1881: Death: Aug. 9, 1945: Motion Picture Director. The only important Russian filmaker whose career successfully spanned the Czarist and Soviet periods.

  • Yakov Protazanov – Bespridannitsa AKA The bride without a ...

    From allmovie: Filmed in 1937 (in fact: 1936), the Russian film "Without Dowry" was released in America in 1946, one year after the death of its

  • Yakov Protazanov - Wikidata

    This page was last edited on 5 March 2017, at 10:42. All structured data from the main and property namespace is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License ...

  • Central Europe Review - Aelita: The first Soviet sci-fi film?

    Andrew J Horton. Iakov Protazanov's film Aelita (1924) has gone down in history with the interesting honour of being the first Soviet science fiction film.

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