Sergej Jutkevich

Portrait Sergej Jutkevich
Director - Russia
Born September 15, 1904 in St. Petersburg
Died April 24, 1985 in Moscow

Mini-Biography:
Sergej Jutkevich was born on September 15, 1904 in St. Petersburg. He was a Russian Director, known for Otello (1955), Tretja meshchanskaja (1927), Chelovjek s ruzhjom (1938), Sergej Jutkevich's first movie on record is from 1925. Sergej Jutkevich died on April 24, 1985 in Moskau. His last motion picture on file dates from 1981.

Sergej Jutkevich Filmography [Auszug]
1981: Lenin v Parishe (Director), with Claude Jade, Juri Kajurov,
1975: Klop 75 ili Majakovskij smejotsja (Director),
1973: Poet na ekrane (Director),
1973: Ilinskij o Majakovskom (Director),
1969: Sjuzhet dlja nebolshogo rasskaza (Director),
1969: Djamilja (Dzhamilya) (Director), Directed by Irina Poplavskaja,
1967: O samom chelovechnom (Director),
1966: Lenin v Polske (Lenin in Poland) (Scenario), with Maksim Shtraukh, , ,
1961: Banja (Director),
1960: Vstrecha s Franciej (Director),
1957: Rasskazy o Lenine (Stories About Lenin) (Director), with Maksim Shtraukh, Ljudmila Krylova, ,
1955: Otello (Director), with Sergej Bondarchuk, Andreij Popov, Irina Skobtseva,
1953: Velikij voin Albanii Skanderbeg (Skanderbeg) (Director), with , , Veriko Andjaparidze,
1951: Przhevalskij (Director),
1948: Tri vstrechi (Director), Directed by Aleksandr Ptushko, Vsevolod Pudovkin, with Tamara Makarova, Boris Chirkov, Nikolaj Krjuchkov,
1946: Molodost nashej stranj (Director),
1945: Zdravstvuj, Moskva! (Director),
1943: Novje pokhozhdenija Shvejka (Director),
1941: Bojevoj kinosbornik 7 (Director), Directed by Rafail Perelshtejn,
1940: Jakov Sverdlov (Director),
1938: Chelovjek s ruzhjom (Director), with Serafima Birman, Mikhail Gelovani,
1938: Chelovjek s ruzhjom (The Man with the Rifle) (Director),
1937: Shakhtjory (Director), with Efim Altus,
1937: Kak budet golosavat izbiratel (Director),
1934: Ankara - serdce Turcii (Director),
1932: Vstrechnij (Counterplan, Pozor, Shame) (Director), Directed by Lev O. Arnshtam, Friedrich Ermler, with Andrej Abrikosov, Marija Bljumental-Tamarina, Vladimir Gardin,
1931: Zlatije gori (Golden Mountains, Schastlivaja ulitsa, The Happy Street) (Director),
1929: Chjornij parus (The Black sail) (Director), with Nina Shaternikova, Boris Azarov, Andrej Kostrichkin,
1928: Kruzheva (Director), with Nina Shaternikova, , Boris Tenin,
1927: Tretja meshchanskaja (Three in a Basement, Third Meshchanskaja Street, The Third Philistine, In the Cellars of Moscow, Bed and Sofa) (Art Director), Directed by Abram Room, with Ljudmila Semjonova, Nikolaj Batalov, Vladimir Fogel,
1926: Predatel (The Traiter) (Art Director), Directed by Abram Room, with Nikolaj Panov, , ,
1926: Osvobozhdyonnaja Francija (Director),
1925: Dajosh radio! (Director),

. Poster_Otello. Poster_Lenin v Polske. Poster_Tretja meshchanskaja. Poster_Predatel

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