Samvel Gasparov

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Samvel Vladimirovich Gasparov (Russian: Самве́л Влади́мирович Гаспа́ров; born 7 June 1938, in Tbilisi) is a Soviet/Russian film director and short story writer. He worked for some time at the Odessa Film Studio.

Gasporov is one of the Russian filmmakers most interested in the Red Western form, having directed both Hatred and The Sixth One as well as the lesser known Bread, Gold and Pistol and Forget the Word "Death" in this genre.


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