The Actor and the Savages
|The Actor and the Savages|
|Directed by||Manole Marcus|
|Written by||Titus Popovici|
|Music by||George Grigoriu|
The Actor and the Savages (Romanian: Actorul şi sălbaticii) is a 1975 Romanian drama film directed by Manole Marcus. Inspired by the life of actor Constantin Tănase, it stars Toma Caragiu. It was entered into the 9th Moscow International Film Festival.
- Toma Caragiu as Costica Caratase
- Mircea Albulescu as Ionel Fridman
- Tricy Abramovici as Negreasca
- Zephi Alsec as Minister of Interior
- George Paul Avram as Puiu Mugur
- Ferenc Bencze as Peasant
- Carmen Berbecaru as Marioara
- Ion Besoiu as Gutzä Popescu
- Maria Chira as Caratase's Daughter
- Cornel Ciupercescu as Legionnaire
- Ioana Craciunescu as Student
- Mircea Diaconu as Commissioner Radu Toma
- Ștefan Thury as George, the choreographer.
- "9th Moscow International Film Festival (1975)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-01-04.
- Actorul şi sălbaticii on Internet Movie Database
- (in Romanian) Ciprian Plăiaşu, "«Actorul şi sălbaticii», un strigăt mut la adresa dictaturii comuniste", Historia, September 2011
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