Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko

Portrait Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko
Director, Author - Russia
Born September 12, 1894 in Sosniza, Ukraine
Died November 25, 1956
Other names or known as : Alexander Dowschenko,

Mini-Biography:
Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko was born on September 12, 1894 in Sosniza, Ukraine. He was a Russian Director, Author, known for Arsenal (1928), Zemlja (1930), Zvenigora (1927), Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko's first movie on record is from 1926. Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko died on November 25, 1956. His last motion picture on file dates from 1968.

Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko Filmography
1968: [] Nezabyvaemoje (The Unforgettable) (Based on : play), Directed by Julia Solntseva, with , , ,
1964: [] Sacharovannaja Desna (The enchanted Desna, The Magic Desna) (Scenario), Directed by Julia Solntseva, with Jevgenij Samojlov, , ,
1961: [/ /1] Povest plamennikh let (Chronicle of Flaming Years) (Scenario), Directed by Julia Solntseva, with Sergej Bondarchuk, Svetlana Igun, ,
1959: [] Poema o more (Poem of the Sea) (Scenario), Directed by Julia Solntseva, with Boris Andrejev, , ,
1951: [/ /1] Proshchaj Ameriko! (Farewell America) (Director), with Lilija Gricenko, Nikolaj Gritsenko, Grigorij Kirillov,
1949: [] Michurin (Life in Bloom) (Director), with G Bielow, Sergej Bondarchuk, ,
1946: [] Strana Rodnaja (Soviet Earth) (Director),
1945: [] Pobeda na Pravoberezhnoi Ukraine i izgnaniye nemetsikh zakhvatchikov za predeli Ukrainskikh sovietskikh zemel (Victory in the Ukraine and the Expulsion of the Germans from the Boundaries of the Ukrainian Soviet Earth, Victory on the Right Bank Ukraine) (Director), Directed by Julia Solntseva,
1943: [10/00] Bitva za nashu Sovetskuju Ukrainu (Director), Directed by Julia Solntseva,
1940: [] Osvobozhdenije (Director),
1939: [] Shchors (Shors) (Director), Directed by Julia Solntseva, with Jevgenij Samojlov, I Skuratov, A Gretchani,
1935: [] Aerograd (Director), with V Dobronravov, I Kahn, E Mozhimov,
1932: [11/06] Ivan (Director), with , , Nikolaj Nademskij,
1930: [05.08] Zemlja (Director), with L Ljashenko, , ,
1928: [03.26] Arsenal (January Uprising in Kiev in 1918) (Director), with , Georgij Kharkov, Amvrosij Buchma,
1927: [04.13] Zvenigora (Director), with Nikolaj Nademskij, , Aleksandr Podorzhnyj,
1927: [03.22] Sumka dipkurjera (The Diplomatic Pouch) (Director), with , , ,
1926: [07.17] Vasia Reformator (Director), Directed by I Rona, with , , Vladimir Uralskij,
1926: [??/??] Jagodki ljubvi (Love's Berries) (Director), with I Semgano, , ,

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