Most Popular Titles With Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
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1. The Green Hornet (1940)
Approved | 258 min | Adventure, Crime, Drama
A newspaper publisher and his Korean servant fight crime as vigilantes who pose as a notorious masked gangster and his aide.
2. Sadko (1953)
79 min | Adventure, Fantasy
Arriving home to find his native land under the yoke of corrupt merchants, an adventurer named Sadko sets sail in search of a mythical bird of happiness.
120 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Horror | Post-production
After receiving an assignment by three powerful phantoms, a therapist seeks by unconventional means to unlock his own redemption for previous endeavors long ago - While forcing a patient to confront the past, present, and future overseen by the three spirits, their psychology crescents in three stages.
11. Agronsky & Co. (1976–1987)
The show origins were with a show titled Martin Agronsky: Evening Edition on a local PBS affiliate in Washington, WETA, in 1971 The re-titled showed went national in 1976 on PBS affiliates ... See full summary »
12. Sadko (1994 TV Movie)
175 min | Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's dazzling opera by-line in seven tableaux. The epic journey of Sadko a sea-faring minstrel from Novgorod, his wife Libava and their encounters with Volkhova, a sea ... See full summary »
13. Tsarskaya nevesta (1966)
Unrated | 95 min | Drama
Based on an historical case, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's The Tsar's Bride takes place in the suburbs of Moscow during the reign of Tsar Ivan IV, "the Terrible", during the latter half of the ... See full summary »
17. Vampire: The Flight of the Bumblebee (2015– )
Not Rated | Animation
a funny animation to the classical highlight "The flight of the Bumblebee" in a brand new Rock - arrangement and performed by the guitar soloist "Devil's Guitar"
22. Purity Beats Everything (2007)
52 min | Documentary, History
Jon Bang Carlsen interweaves his Danish post-war childhood memories with the stories of two Jewish Auschwitz survivors, who eventually became part of the white elite of South Africa during Apartheid.
27. Devoted to Dance (2010)
A concise retrospective documentary on the work of IVAN MARKO a celebrated 63-year old Hungarian ballet dancer-choreographer who after being a soloist for 7 years at the illustrious French ... See full summary »