The Enchantress, A Nizhnij Novgorod legend, Nizhnegorodskoje predanje

Directed by: Pjotr Chardynin, Vasilij Goncharov, , Russia , 1909

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Cast and Credits

Production Aleksandr Khanzhonkov & Co
Producer Aleksandr Khanzhonkov
Director Pjotr Chardynin
Vasilij Goncharov
Scenario Pjotr Chardynin
Vasilij Goncharov [Uncertain or unconfirmed]
Based on Ippolit Shpazhinskij [Tragedy]
Director of Photography Vladimir Siversen
Antonio Serrano [Uncertain or unconfirmed]
Cast Antonio Serrano [Nastasja]
Aleksandra Goncharova [Nastasjas Magd]
Pjotr Chardynin [Prinz Kurljatev]
E Fadejeva [Des Prinzen Frau]
Andrej Gromov [Des Prinzen son]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,, 365 meters
Sound System: silent
First Screening: October 28, 1910 in Russland

General Information

Charodejka is a motion picture produced in the year 1909 as a Russia production. The Film was directed by Pjotr Chardynin, Vasilij Goncharov, with , Aleksandra Goncharova, Pjotr Chardynin, E Fadejeva, Andrej Gromov, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Charodejka available.

References in Databases
KinoTV Database Nr. 21465

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