|Directed by||Vsevolod Pudovkin
|Written by||Anatoli Granberg|
|Music by||Vissarion Shebalin|
Zhukovsky (Russian: Жуковский) is a 1950 Soviet biopic directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin and Dmitri Vasilyev, based on the life of Russian scientist Nikolai Zhukovsky (1847–1921), founding father of modern aero- and hydrodynamics. In 1950 Pudovkin received the Best Director award at the 5th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival for this film. In 1951 Pudovkin, Shebalin, Golovnya, and Belokurov received the Stalin Prize.
- Yuri Yurovsky – Nikolai Zhukovsky
- Ilya Sudakov – Dmitri Mendeleev
- Vladimir Belokurov – Sergey Chaplygin
- Vladimir Druzhnikov – Pyotr Nesterov
- Sofiya Giatsintova – Anna Nikolaevna, Zhukovsky's Mother
- Oleg Frelikh – Aleksandr Stoletov, professor of the Moscow university
- Boris Smirnov
- Georgi Yumatov
- "History". KVIFF.
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