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Nikolai Okhlopkov

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nikolay Pavlovich Okhlopkov (15 May 1900 – 8 January 1967) was a Soviet actor and theatre director who patterned his work after Meyerhold. He was born in Irkutsk, Siberia and started his acting career there in 1918. Since 1930, he directed the Realistic Theatre in Moscow, although his directing style was hardly realistic: he was the first to place spectators on the stage around the actors, in order to restore intimacy between the audience and the company. In 1938, his theatre was closed and he moved to the Vakhtangov Theatre. In 1943 he established the Mayakovsky Theatre, which continues his traditions to this day. Okhlopkov was awarded the Stalin Prize and four USSR State Prizes. He also directed a production of Hamlet at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1954, the first time this play was staged there since World War II. Okhlopkov died at Moscow in 1967. Description above from the Wikipedia article Nikolay Okhlopkov, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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May 14, 1900 In Irkutsk, Russian Empire [now Russia]
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Bay of Death 1926-02-05
Latest Project:
Movie Far from Moscow 1950-12-19
Known For
Poster of Alexander Nevsky
Poster of Lenin in October
Poster of The Bay of Death

Nikolai Okhlopkov Movies Filmography

Far from Moscow
Batmanov 1950-12-19
The Fires of Baku
Shatrov 1950-05-08
Story of a Real Man
Kommissar Worobjew 1948-10-21
Light over Russia
Anton Zabelin 1947-08-14
Gen. Barclay de Tolly 1943-06-06
Yakov Sverdlov
Lenin in 1918
Vasili, Lenin's protege 1939-04-06
Alexander Nevsky
Vasili Buslai 1938-11-24
Lenin in October
Vasily 1937-11-07
The Bay of Death

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