Michel Strogoff (1926 film)

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Michel Strogoff
Michel Strogoff (1926 film).jpg
Directed by Viktor Tourjansky
Produced by Noë Bloch
Gregor Rabinovitch
Written by Jules Verne (novel)
Boris de Fast
Viktor Tourjansky
Ivan Mozzhukhin
Starring Ivan Mozzhukhin
Nathalie Kovanko
Acho Chakatouny
Music by Werner R. Heymann
Cinematography Fédote Bourgasoff
Léonce-Henri Burel
Nikolai Toporkoff
Production
company
Société Générale des Cinématographes Éclipse
Distributed by Ciné-Location-Eclipse
Release date
30 June 1926
Country France
Language Silent
French intertitles

Michel Strogoff is a 1926 French silent historical adventure film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Ivan Mozzhukhin, Nathalie Kovanko and Acho Chakatouny.[1] It is an adaptation of Jules Verne's 1876 novel Michael Strogoff.

Production[edit]

A number of filmmakers involved were exiles from the Russian Revolution of 1917. The film's art direction was by Eduardo Gosch, César Lacca, Alexandre Lochakoff, Vladimir Meingard and Pierre Schild who recreated the atmosphere of the mid-nineteenth century Russian Empire.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dixon p.48

Bibliography[edit]

  • Bryony Dixon. 100 Silent Films. Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

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