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Gleb Panfilov

Gleb Panfilov was born on May 21, 1934 in Magnitogorsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russian SFSR, USSR as Gleb Anatolyevich Panfilov. He is a director and writer, known for Mother (1990), Tema (1979) and No Path Through Fire (1968). He is married to Inna Churikova. See full bio »
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 2006 The First Circle (TV Mini-Series)
 1990 Mother
 1989 Gamlet
 1983 Vassa
 1981 Valentina
 1979 Tema
 1976 Proshu slova
 1970 Nachalo
 1963 The Case of Kurt Clausewitz (TV Movie)
 1962 Nina Melovizinova (TV Short)
 1962 Ubit ne na voyne (TV Short)
 1959 Vstavay v nash stroy! (Documentary short)
 1958 National Militia (Short)
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