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  • Nikolai Ekk - Wikipedia

    Nikolai Vladimirovich Ekk (Russian: Николай Владимирович Экк) (14 June 1902 – 14 July 1976) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter.

  • Nikolai Ekk - IMDb

    Nikolai Ekk, Director: Putyovka v zhizn. Nikolai Ekk was born on June 14, 1902 in Riga, Governorate of Livonia, Russian Empire as Nikolai Vladimirovich Ivakin. He was ...

  • Nikolai Ekk | Article about Nikolai Ekk by The Free Dictionary

    Ekk, Nikolai Vladimirovich (real surname, Ivakin). Born June 1 (14), 1902, in Riga; died July 14, 1976, in Moscow. Soviet motion-picture director. Honored Art Worker ...

  • Nikolai Ekk Ekk

    Nikolai Vladimirovich Ekk ( Russian : Николай Владимирович Экк ) (14 June 1902 – 14 July 1976) was a Soviet film director and screenwriter .

  • Nikolai Ekk - Wikidata

    This page was last edited on 19 June 2017, at 17:15. All structured data from the main and property namespace is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License ...

  • Nikolai Ekk (Nikolaj Ekk) Birth Chart, Astro Horoscope ...

    Nikolai Ekk (Nikolaj Ekk) Birth Chart, Astro Horoscope, Date of Birth, Astrology, Biography, Wikipedia, Birthday, Gemini Horoscope of Celebrity, filmography ...

  • Nikolai Ekk - Rotten Tomatoes

    Nikolai Ekk Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Nikolai Ekk photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Nikolai Ekk. Road to Life (1931) - YouTube

    Devoted to the reforging of homeless children into socialist citizens, this film (one of the first Soviet sound movies) begins with a classic scene taken ...

  • Road to Life (1931 film) - Wikipedia

    Road to Life (Russian: Путёвка в жизнь, translit. Putyovka v zhizn) is a 1931 drama film, directed and written by Nikolai Ekk. The film won an award at ...

  • Road to Life (1931) - IMDb

    Directed by Nikolai Ekk. With Nikolay Batalov, Yvan Kyrlya, Mikhail Dzhagofarov, Mikhail Zharov. Young hobos are brought to a new camp to become good Soviet citizens.

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