Mitka Leljuk

Directed by: Mechislava Majevskaja, Aleksej Masljukov, USSR - Sovjet Union, 1938

USSR - Sovjet Union, 1938
Szenenphoto aus Mitka Leljuk, © Odesskaja Kinostudija

Cast and Credits

Production Odesskaja Kinostudija
Director Mechislava Majevskaja
Aleksej Masljukov
Scenario Andrej Golovko
N Shportko
Director of Photography Jevgenij Slavinskij
Composer Jurij Miljutin
Art Director Nikolaj Valerianov
Cast Ljonja Fesechko
Edik Bojarchuk
Leka Gitlin
Vitja Konovalov
Ivan Kononjenko-Kozelskij
Jevgenij Ponomarenko
Andrej Kramarenko
Nikolaj Braterskij
Aleksandr Doroshenko
Mikhail Gornatko
D. Kadnikov
Iosif Majak
Arkadij Malskij
M Markova
V. Poddubnyj
V. Poddubnyj
Natalja Uzhvij
Nina Velikaja

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: November 20, 1938 in UdSSR

General Information

Mitka Leljuk is a motion picture produced in the year 1938 as a USSR - Sovjet Union production. The Film was directed by Mechislava Majevskaja, Aleksej Masljukov, with Ljonja Fesechko, Edik Bojarchuk, Leka Gitlin, Vitja Konovalov, Ivan Kononjenko-Kozelskij, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Mitka Leljuk available.

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