Back

ⓘ Actress (1943 film)




Actress (1943 film)
                                     

ⓘ Actress (1943 film)

The film tells about the famous actress of the operetta, who decides to leave the profession in the midst of the war, as she thinks that nobody needs anyone else, but she returns to the scene, realizing that the military at the front, in the rear and in hospitals want to hear music.

                                     

1. Starring

  • Galina Sergeyeva as Zoya Vladimirovna Strelnikova
  • Yuriy Korshun as Vasya Ivanov, Wounded soldier in hospital as Yu. Korshun
  • Boris Babochkin as Pyotr Nikolaevich Markov as B. Babochkin
  • Konstantin Sorokin as Zaytsev as K. Sorokin
  • Vladimir Gribkov as Anatoliy Sergeevich Obolenskiy as V. Gribkov
  • Mikhail Zharov as Reciter in hospital as M. Zharov
  • Zinaida Morskaya as Agafya Lukinichna as M. Morskaya
                                     
  • Paula Kelly born October 21, 1943 is a dancer, singer, and actress in films television and theatre. Kelly made her Broadway debut as Mrs. Veloz in
  • December 1915 12 August 2007 was a Russian film and stage actress Medvedeva s mother was an actress whereas her father, Pavel Nikolaevich Medvedev
  • The 1943 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards ceremony was held in Buenos Aires on 10 January 1943 to honour the best films and contributors to Argentine
  • Kramm, Norwegian actress died 1981 March 23 Dora Gerson, German actress died 1943 March 27 Gloria Swanson, American actress died 1983 May 10
  • appeared in French silent films She was an actress known for Don Camillo 1952 The Shameless Old Lady 1965 and Le Corbeau 1943 She was born on January
  • Madame Curie is a 1943 biographical film made by Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer. The film was directed by Mervyn LeRoy and produced by Sidney Franklin from a screenplay
  • Best Actress National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress Best Actress Archives
  • Events from the year 1943 in the United States. President: Franklin D. Roosevelt D - New York Vice President: Henry A. Wallace D - Iowa Chief Justice:

Users also searched:

best movies 1944,

...
...
...