Directed by: Sergej Jutkevich, USSR - Sovjet Union, 1955

USSR - Sovjet Union, 1955
Plakatmotiv Otello, © Mosfilm

Cast and Credits

Production Mosfilm
Director Sergej Jutkevich
Scenario Sergej Jutkevich
Based on William Shakespeare [Play]
Director of Photography Jevgenij Andrikanis
Composer Aram Khatchaturian
Cast Sergej Bondarchuk [Othello]
Andreij Popov [Jago]
Irina Skobtseva [Desdemona]
Vladimir Soshalsky [Cassio]
Jevgenij Vesnik [Rodrigo]
Antonina Maksimowa [Emilia]
Jevgenij Teterin [Brabantio]
Mikhail Trojanovskij [Doge]
Nikolaj Brilling [Lodovico]
Aleksej Kelberer [Montano]
Aleksej Kelberer
Aleksej Kelberer
Aleksej Kelberer
Aleksej Kelberer
Aleksej Kelberer
Aleksej Kelberer
Aleksej Kelberer
Jevgenij Morgunov
Sergeij Troitskij

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Color,Length: 108 minutes
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: March 13, 1956 in UdSSR
Szenenphoto aus Otello, © Mosfilm

Synopsis in German
Othello, berühmter Feldherr von Venedig, wird von seinem Fähnrich Jago aus Missgunst in eine tödliche Eifersucht gehetzt. Geschickt versteht es Jago, ihm eine angebliche Beziehung seiner Frau Desdemona zu Cassio, einem Leutnant, einzureden. Getroffen in seinem Glauben an die Treue tötet Othello Desdemona.

General Information

Otello is a motion picture produced in the year 1955 as a USSR - Sovjet Union production. The Film was directed by Sergej Jutkevich, with Sergej Bondarchuk, Andreij Popov, Irina Skobtseva, Vladimir Soshalsky, Jevgenij Vesnik, in the leading parts. There are no reviews of Otello available.

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