The Stone Flower
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This article is about the 1946 Ptushko film. For the 1950 Prokofiev ballet, see The Tale of the Stone Flower (Prokofiev).
|The Stone Flower|
|Directed by||Aleksandr Ptushko|
|Written by||Pavel Bazhov
|Music by||Lev Shvarts|
The Stone Flower (Russian: Каменный цветок, translit. Kamennyy tsvetok) is a 1946 Soviet fantasy film directed by Aleksandr Ptushko. It is an adaptation of Pavel Bazhov's story of the same name, in turn based on Uralic Russian folklore.
- Vladimir Druzhnikov as Danilo
- Yekaterina Derevshchikova as Katinka
- Tamara Makarova as The Queen of Copper Hill
- Mikhail Troyanovsky as Prokopych
- L. Deikun
- Aleksandr Kleberer as The Old Storyteller
- V. Kravchenko as Young Danilo
- Nikolai Orlov
- A. Petukhova
- N. Temyakov
- Mikhail Yanshin as Severyan
- S. Zaytsev
- "Festival de Cannes: The Stone Flower". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-01-03.
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