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"Admiral Nakhimov" is a 1947 Soviet film directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin, based on the life of Russian Admiral Pavel Nakhimov. In 1946 Pudovkin, Golovnya, Lukovsky, Kryukov, Dikiy, Simonov, and Knyazev received the Stalin Prize.
- also known as Admiral Nachimow, Admirál Nachimov, Amiraali Nahimov, Amiral Nakhimov, L'ammiraglio Nachimov, Svarta havets hjälte
- country: Soviet Union
- language: Russian Language
- production design by Arnold Vaisfeld, Vladimir Yegorov, Mikhail Yuferov
- written by Igor Lukovsky
- Aleksei Dikiy as Adm. Nakhimov
- Yevgeny Samoylov as Lt. Burunov
- Vladimir Vladislavsky as Capt. Lavrov
- Vsevolod Pudovkin as Prince Menshikov
- Nikolai Chaplygin as Kornilov
- Vasili Kovrigin as Baranovsky
- Pyotr Sobolevsky as Ostreno
- Leonid Knyazev as Pyotr Koshka
- Aleksandr Khokhlov as Napoléon III
- Ruben Simonov as Pasha Osman
- cinematography by Anatoli Golovnya & Tamara Lobova
- music by Nikolai Kryukov
- costume design by Vasili Kovrigin
- genre: Drama
- released in (69 years ago)
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The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
The renamed Admiral Nakhimov sank after a collision at sea in 1986 in which 423 passengers and crew were lost. Two of the greatest marine disasters of the war involved former German hospital ships and occurred within days of each other.
Dictionary of Film Makers (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
Admiral Nakhimov (46), Tri vstrechi / Three Encounters (48) (co-dir: Yutkevich and Ptushko), Joukovsky (50), Vozvrash - chenie Vassiliya Bortnikova/The Return of Vassili Bortnikov /The Harvest* (53).
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