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6 January 1911|
|Died||13 April 1994
Nikolai Afanasyevich Kryuchkov (Russian: Николай Афанасьевич Крючков; 6 January 1911 – 13 April 1994) was a Soviet film actor. He appeared in 94 films between 1932 and 1993.
- Okraina (1933)
- By the Bluest of Seas (1936)
- The Return of Maxim (1937)
- The Vyborg Side (1939)
- Salavat Yulayev (1941)
- In the Name of the Fatherland (1943)
- Heavenly Slug (1945)
- The Battle of Stalingrad (1949)
- Ernst Thälmann - Führer seiner Klasse (1955)
- The Forty-First (1956)
- Ballad of a Soldier (1959)
- There Was an Old Couple (1965)
- Two Comrades Were Serving (1968)
- Autumn Marathon (1979)
- Battle of Moscow (1985)
- Stalingrad (1989)
Honours and awards
- Hero of Socialist Labour (1980)
- Two Orders of Lenin (1940 and 1980)
- Order of the October Revolution (1974)
- Order of the Patriotic War, 1st class
- Order of the Red Star (1944)
- Order of the Red Banner of Labour, three times (1967, 1971 and 1939) - including for his role in the film Tarasova "The Border"
- Jubilee Medal "In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary since the Birth of Vladimir Il'ich Lenin"
- People's Artist of the USSR (1965)
- People's Artist of RSFSR (1950)
- Honoured Artist of Russia (1942)
- Stalin Prize, 1st class (1941) - for his role in the film Bright Climate "Tractor" (1941)
- Sign "Excellent Cinematography of the USSR" (1980) - for many years of fruitful work in the film
- All-Union Film Festival, 2nd prize for Best Actor (1973) - for the film "The address of your home"
- Nika Prize in the "honour and dignity" (1990)
- Film Festival "Constellation" (1991) - Prize "for outstanding contribution to the profession"
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