Emil Braginsky

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Emil Braginsky
Могила сценариста Брагинского.JPG
Gravestone at the Vagankovo Cemetery[1]
Born Emmanuel Veniaminovich Braginsky
(1921-11-19)19 November 1921
Moscow, USSR
Died 26 May 1998(1998-05-26) (aged 76)
Moscow, Russia
Spouse(s) Irma Braginskaya

Emil (Emmanuel) Veniaminovich Braginsky (Russian: Эми́ль (Эммануэль) Вениами́нович Браги́нский, 19 November 1921 – 26 May 1998) was a Soviet/Russian screenwriter. Honored Art Worker of the RSFSR (1976). Winner of USSR State Prize (1977).[2]

He appeared as an actor in 1995 TV film Vorovka.


Braginsky was born in Moscow 19 November 1921. In 1953 he graduated Kutafin Moscow State Law University[2]

As a scriptwriter, he made his debut in 1955 film Squared 45. Since 1963, Emil Braginsky works in creative collaboration with Eldar Ryazanov. Their first joint work was published on the screens of the country in 1966 comedy film Beware of the Car.[3]



  • Sosluzhivtsy
  • Pochti smeshnaya istoriya
  • Amoral'naya istoriya
  • Igra voobrazheniya


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