Nikolai Prilutskiy

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Nikolai Prilutskiy
Николай Прилуцкий
Born Nikolai Stepanovich Prilutskiy
(1909-01-26)January 26, 1909
Moscow, Russian Empire
Died July 25, 1990(1990-07-25) (aged 81)
Moscow, Soviet Union
Occupation Director of audiography
Years active 1934 - 1974

Nikolai Stepanovich Prilutskiy (Russian: Николай Степанович Прилуцкий (January 26, 1909, Moscow – July 25, 1990, Moscow) was a Soviet and Russian director of audiography, one of the first directors of audiography in USSR, who came create the sound for Soviet cartoon movies at the beginning of Soviet animation.


Prilutskiy was one of the foremost Soviet directors of audiography and one of the founders of Soviet animation art. He was the director of audiography at the famous classics of Soviet animation, such as the prize-winning fairy tales The Snow Maiden, The Enchanted Boy, The Twelve Months and the full-length animation The Snow Queen (1957), and the modern satirical tale The Key (1961). Also Nikolai Prilutskiy made the sound for more than one hundred Russian cartoons.[1]

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(In titles (at any articles) Nikolai Prilutskiy credits as "Sound Operator" (uncorrected translation to English "Director of audiography")


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