The Brothers Karamazov (1969 film)
|The Brothers Karamazov|
|Music by||Isaak Shvarts|
|Edited by||V. Yankovsky|
The Brothers Karamazov (Russian: Братья Карамазовы, translit. Bratya Karamazovy) is a 1969 Soviet film directed by Kirill Lavrov, Ivan Pyryev and Mikhail Ulyanov. It is based on the eponymous novel by the famous Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also entered into the 6th Moscow International Film Festival, winning Pyryev a Special Prize.
- Mikhail Ulyanov as Dmitri Karamazov
- Lionella Pyryeva as Grushenka
- Kirill Lavrov as Ivan Karamazov
- Andrey Myagkov as Alyosha Karamazov
- Mark Prudkin as Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov
- Svetlana Korkoshko as Yekaterina Ivanovna
- Valentin Nikulin as Pavel Smerdyakov
- Pavel Pavlenko as elder Zosima
- Andrei Abrikosov as Kuzma Kuzmich Samsonov
- Gennadi Yukhtin as Father Paisi
- Anatoly Adoskin as Examining magistrate
- Rada Volshaninova as Gipsy
- Tamara Nosova as Marya Kondratyevna
- Nikita Podgorny as Mikhail Osipovich Rakitin
- Ivan Lapikov as Lyagavyj
The film was the most popular movie at the USSR box office in 1969.
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- "The World's Top Twenty Films." Sunday Times [London, England] 27 Sept. 1970: 27. The Sunday Times Digital Archive. accessed 5 Apr. 2014
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