Nikolaj Shpikovskij was born on August 23, 1897 in Kiev. He was a Russian Director, Author, Director of Photography, known for Shakhmataja Gorjachka (1925), Pad Berlina (1945), Shkurnik (1929), Nikolaj Shpikovskij's first movie on record is from 1925. Nikolaj Shpikovskij died on December 3, 1977 in UdSSR. His last motion picture on file dates from 1945.
Nikolaj Shpikovskij Filmography [Auszug]
1945:  Pad Berlina (The Fall of Berlin) (Director of Photography), Directed by Julij Rajzman, Jelizaveta Svilova, with , , Hermann Göring,
1941: [11.24] Bojevoj kinosbornik 6 (Scenario), Directed by Mikhail Doller, Vsevolod Pudovkin, with Aleksandra Danilova, , Nikolaj Krjuchkov,
1930: [03.04] Khleb (Bread, The Year Nineteen Twenty) (Director), with Vladimir Uralskij, , ,
1929: [05.02] Shkurnik (The Self Seeker) (Director), with , , ,
1928: [08.02] Tri komnaty s kukhnjej (Three Rooms with a Kitchen) (Director), with , , ,
1927:  Chashka chaja (Director), with Igor Ilinskij, Nina Li, Ivan Lagutin,
1925: [12.21] Shakhmataja Gorjachka (Chess Fever) (Director), Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin, with Vladimir Fogel, Anna Zemtsova, ,
Filmography Nikolaj Shpikovskij nach KategorienRegie Drehbuch Kamera
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