Actors of Soviet Cinema

Let's remember you well-known actors of the Soviet Union. Leonid Filatov, Dmitry Kharatyan, Alexander Abdulov, Igor Starygin - all of them were outstanding performers of the roles of men and women heroes.


Igor Starygin

Famous actor brought the role of the student school Batishcheva Bones in the film "We'll Live Till Monday" and the role of the younger Adjutant of His Excellency of a five Mickey in the film "The adjutant of his excellency," Aramis in the film trilogy "D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers" and the former tsarist officer in the Soviet Vladimir Danovitch Art television series "The state border».

The painting "live to see Monday" has collected many prizes and was even declared the best film of 1968 as voted by the magazine "Soviet Screen". Igor Starygin she brought first fame and the first fans ...

Among the films in which the actor starred: "Return of the Musketeers and the treasures of Cardinal Mazarin" (2009), "The adjutant of his excellency" (1969), "live to see Monday" (1969), "D'Artagnan and the Three Musketeers" (1979) Musketeers 20 Years Later (1992), The Secret of Queen Anna or Musketeers 30 Years Later (1993), State border (1980), Zmeelov (1985), Moon Rainbow (1984), "The first single," (1979), "Red diplomatic couriers" ( 1977), and so forth.

Dmitry Kharatyan

As a child, Dmitry and thought about a career artist, loved the simple boyish fun, interested in sports and music. He played the guitar and sang. Thanks to this ability Dmitriy first came to the cinema - he auditioned for the role of Igor Grushko in the movie "Joke". In 1977 the film was released, and Dmitri, they say, "became famous».

In 1987, Svetlana Druzhininoj movie "Midshipmen, forward!" He played a major role and became the idol of millions of women and girls. The movie "Midshipmen, forward!" Was released and immediately created a furor. Cadets immediately dubbed "Russian musketeers", and this is no accident. Gripping story, beautiful songs, beautiful, fearless heroes. Kharatyan letters arrived in batches, for four years he was named best actor of the country.

Dmitry Kharatyan says: "After the" cadets "started some kind of madness. The letters come in batches, someone wrote that he was going to give birth to me, someone else has already begotten, someone called his son Dima, someone Alyosha (in honor of my character). One girl even came from Ukraine with suitcases on me "to get married» ...

The image of "Russian musketeers" Alyosha Korsak for many years was the "hallmark" Kharatyan. In 1991 and 1992, he starred in the sequel of "Russian musketeers" - "Vivat, cadets" and "Midshipmen III». Total Kharatyan has played more than 60 film roles, including Volodya Patrikeeva in the "Green Van" (1983), Dmitry Puzyreva in the film "Private Detective, or Operation" Cooperation "," (1989), Alexander Turkish in the "Black Square" (1992) de La Mole in the "Queen Margot" (1997), the title role in the TV series "Ivan Podushkin. Gentleman Detective "(2006), and his father Oleg Komarov in the remake of the movie" Joke "(2008).

Sergey Zhigunov

In 1983 Zhigunov debuted on television with a role in the adventure film "oath record." In that same 1983, and he took his film debut with a small role in the crime drama Igor Voznesensky "pleaded guilty».

All-Union fame gained thanks to starring in the popular television series "Midshipmen, forward!" (1987).

Two years later, his success cemented the role in a fantastic melodrama Yuri Moroz "The Witches Cave" (1989). In 1991 he starred in the film "Vivat, cadets!", Which is a continuation of history, "told" in a sensational show.

In the period from 1991 to 2004, Sergey Zhigunov played about twenty roles in film and television. He starred in "Hearts of Three" (1992) TV series "Queen Margot" (1996), "Cadets" (2004) and others.

Ivars Kalnins

The road to fame Ivars Kalnins opened Via Artmane proposing to star in the movie "Theater" based on the novel by Somerset Maugham. The picture was released in 1978. The role of Tom Fennell, in a moment made Ivars Kalnins famous in the whole country.

Very soon Kalnins became extremely popular, especially among the female half. Power devilish charm and undeniable talent, he won millions of female hearts, his charming Latvian accent just crazy spectators.

Among the most popular projects with the actor: Rodion Nahapetova television film "Do not shoot in white swans" (1980), a dramatic thriller "The case of the square 36-80" (1982), the popular adventure series "TASS is authorized to declare" (1984) crime drama "frenzied Bus" (1991) and the thriller "Mirror Wars: Reflection One" (2005).

Igor Kostolevsky

Position Igor Kostolevsky defined This quickly helped him a lot of good looks. The success of the movie came really early, with the film "The Captivating Star of Happiness».

All roles Kostolevsky felt an extraordinary intelligence and dignity. Even the role of the Komsomol leader Stoletov in TV series Igor Shatrov "And that's all of it," was played by an actor with his usual grace.

Among the works of the actor in the 70s it is also worth noting the role of the teacher of astronomy Marina Mirren in the melodrama "Nameless Star" and one of the shareholders of the cooperative in the hilarious comedy of Eldar Ryazanov "Garage". Finally in 1980, the screens out the legendary political thriller "Tehran-43", where the actor played the role of Soviet spy Andrei Borodin. By this time Kostolevsky was already recognized a "star" of the national cinema.

Mikhail Boyarsky

One of the best works in the cinema Michael Boyarsky became Teodoro in the musical film Frida Ian "dog in the manger" (1977), filmed on the play by Lope de Vega - in the film, is still loved by the audience.

Finest hour actor in film came in 1978 with the release of pictures on the screens of the country G. Jungvald-Khilkevich "The Three Musketeers" in which he starred - D'Artagnan.

Thanks to D'Artagnan and popular songs from the film actor's fame has reached incredible heights. The audience cried and laughed, worried about the strong and courageous heroes. So from the end of 70th Boyarsky became wildly popular.

Once again Yungvald Khilkevich Boyarsky-starred in the action adventure film "Prisoner of If Castle" (1988), playing a negative role - the Comte de Morcerf.

Of the other works of Mikhail Boyarsky it is impossible not to note the role in the film directed by Svetlana Druzhininoj. In 1979, he starred as the love of a hussar in the musical comedy "Courtship Hussars." Then his image of a romantic hero - plastic, clever, charming man with no weak points has been used in a series of historical and costume movie "Midshipmen, forward!" (1987) and "Vivat, cadets!" (1991).

In many of his films Boyarsky sings. He first sang in the children's musical film "The New Adventures of Masha and Vitya," and then in the musical fairy tale "Mother." A song from the "Musketeers" - "Bye-bye, shaking ...", "Pourquoi pas" and others became popular in the truth. Also, the audience remembered the song from the children's movie "Above the Rainbow" (1986). But there were also many hits of those years such as "It should not be", "let it be", "leaves the harness," "Here we parted," "Sit in the fast train", "Zelenoglazoe taxi».

Alexander Abdulov

In the movie actor made his debut in 1974 as a student.

However, wide fame came to him only after the role of the Bear in the TV movie "Ordinary Miracle", produced by Mark Zakharov on the play by Eugene Schwartz.

During his work in the movie actor starred in more than 120 films.

The best of them: "The most charming and attractive", "not Leave Your Lovers", "Carnival", "Look for the woman", "Magicians", "The most charming and attractive", "For beautiful ladies", "Formula of Love", " Ten Little Indians "," Midshipmen, forward! »

Nikolai Eremenko

Eremenko starred in films of different genres: musical "June 31" and "Rebel barricade».

And in 1979, cinemas in the Soviet Union came the first Soviet fighter "Pirates of the twentieth century" - the effect was like an explosion.

The audience loved the mechanic Sergey Eremenko Jr. was named best actor of 1981 (the survey was conducted the magazine "Soviet Screen"). Eremenko showed the first modern-man defender.

Leonid Filatov

Filatov started acting in 1970, and by 1973, consciously or intuitively found a second acting profession.

After years of work in film, he starred in the films "Rooks", "Forgotten Melody for Flute", "Crew" (1980), "City Zero" and the role in the film "The Captain's Daughter" (Shvabrin, 1976) "From the Life of the Chief of the Criminal Investigation" and so forth.

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