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The Chairman (1964 film)

The Chairman
Directed by Aleksei Saltykov
Written by Yuri Nagibin
Starring Mikhail Ulyanov
Nonna Mordyukova
Music by Aleksandr Kholminov
Cinematography Vladimir Nikolayev
Studio Mosfilm
Distributed by Soyuzkino
Release date(s)
Running time 166 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

The Chairman (Russian: Председатель) is a 1964 Soviet film directed by Aleksei Saltykov and starring Mikhail Ulyanov, Nonna Mordyukova and Ivan Lapikov. This film was honored with a Second Prize at All-Union Film Festival in Kiev (1966).[1]

Plot

After World War II ends, soldier Yegor Trubnikov comes back to his native village to restore the ruined collective farm facilities. Rebuilding the kolkhoz is as hard for him as fighting the war. Becoming chairman, he charges himself with the burden of responsibility not only for the collective farm business, but also for the destiny of the people who are so close to him.

Cast

  • Mikhail Ulyanov as Yegor Trubnikov
  • Ivan Lapikov as Semyon Trubnikov
  • Nonna Mordyukova as Donya Trubnikova
  • Vyacheslav Nevinnyy as Pavel Markushev
  • Valentina Vladimirova as Polina Korshikova
  • Kira Golovko as Nadya
  • Arkadi Trusov as Ignat Zakharovich
  • Vladimir Gulyayev as Ramenkov - District Party Instructor
  • Antonina Bogdanova as Praskovya
  • Aleksandr Kashperov as Shiryaev - Blacksmith
  • Aleksei Krychenkov as Alyoshka Trubnikov
  • Larisa Blinova as Liza
  • Nikolai Parfyonov as Klyagin - First Secretary of the District Party Committee
  • Aleksandr Galchenkov as Boris
  • Vladimir Etush as Colonel Kaloye
  • Sergei Kurilov as Kochetkov
  • Sergei Blinnikov as Serdyukov
  • Maya Blinova
  • Vera Burlakova
  • Antonina Dmitriyeva as Trubnikov's 'City' Wife
  • Vladimir Ferapontov
  • Sergei Golovanov as Newspaper Correspondent
  • Aleksandr Kashperov
  • Mikhail Kokshenov as Misha
  • A. Kolesova
  • Yelizaveta Kuzyurina as Motya Postnikova
  • Aleksandr Lebedev
  • V. Lebedev
  • Vladimir Marenkov
  • Varvara Popova as Samokhina
  • Vasili Popov
  • Fyodor Seleznyov
  • Vitali Solomin as Valyozhin - Physician
  • Yuri Solovyov
  • A. Stroyev
  • P. Timchenko

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • The Chairman. Kino-teatr.ru (Russian)
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