Djevjatyj val

The Ninth Wave

Directed by: Vladimir Barskij, USSR - Sovjet Union, 1926

USSR - Sovjet Union, 1926


Cast and Credits

Production
Director Vladimir Barskij
Scenario Sergej Garfild
Pjotr Morskoj
Director of Photography Anton Polikevich
Cast Mikhail Gomorov [Dubenski, Konter-Admiral]
Marija Tenazi [Natalja, daughter des Admirals]
Mikhail Gelovani [Avalov]
Mikhail Gelovani [Nelli, Nataljas Schwester]
Pjotr Morskoj [Jersh, Matrose]
Pjotr Morskoj [Marysja, Jershs Schwester]
Pjotr Morskoj [Baronessa von Vogel]
Pjotr Morskoj [Georges von Vogel, her son]
Pjotr Morskoj [Fuerst Turkhan-Trubachevskij, Senator]
Vladimir Barskij [Offizier]
Jan Burinskij [Khudjakov]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,
Sound System: silent
First Screening: August 2, 1926 in UdSSR

General Information

Djevjatyj val is a motion picture produced in the year 1926 as a USSR - Sovjet Union production. The Film was directed by Vladimir Barskij, with Mikhail Gomorov, Marija Tenazi, Mikhail Gelovani, , Pjotr Morskoj, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Djevjatyj val available.

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