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Sergey Urusevskiy (1908–1974)


Sergey Urusevskiy was born on December 23, 1908 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire as Sergei Pavlovich Urusevsky. He was a cinematographer and director, known for The Cranes Are Flying (1957), Soy Cuba (1964) and Letter Never Sent (1960). He died on November 12, 1974 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR. See full bio »

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Known For

The Cranes Are Flying
The Cranes Are Flying Cinematographer
(1957)
Soy Cuba
Soy Cuba Cinematographer
(1964)
Letter Never Sent
Letter Never Sent Cinematographer
(1960)
The Forty-first
The Forty-first Cinematographer
(1956)

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 1964 Soy Cuba (Cuban version, as Serguey Urusevsky)
 1960 Letter Never Sent (as S. Urusevskiy)
 1957 The Cranes Are Flying (as S. Urusevsky)
 1955 Conflict
 1950 Alitet ukhodit v gory (as S. Urusevskiy)
 1946 Sinegoriya (as S. Urusevskiy)
 1943 Ukraine in Flames (Documentary) (as S. Urusevsky)
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Alternate Names:

S. P. Urusevskiy | S. Urusevskiy | S. Urusevsky | Serguey Urusevsky
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