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Who is Aleksandr Zarkhi?
Aleksandr Zarkhi: Aleksandr Grigoryevich Zarkhi was a Soviet film director, screenwriter, and playwright. Aleksandr Zarkhi was granted the honorary title of People's Artist of the USSR in 1969 and received Stalin Prize in 1946. His film Twenty Six Days from the Life of Dostoyevsky was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 31st Berlin International Film Festival in 1981.
- also known as Александр Зархи; Зархи, Александр Григорьевич
- born on (107 years ago) in Saint Petersburg
- nationality: Soviet Union, Russia
- profession: Film director, screenwriter
- died on (18 years ago) in Moscow
- film written: Anna Karenina
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by Donald Haase
Similarly, Volshebnaya svirel' (The Magic Pipe, 1954, directed by Aleksandr Zarkhi) tells the story of a Belarusian hero, Nesterka, who defended the poor against oppression. At the end of the decade, Azerbaijani folklore inspired Na dal 'nikh ...
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