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Dmitriy Vasilev (I) (1900–1984)

Dmitriy Vasilev was born on October 21, 1900 in Yeysk, Kuban Oblast, Russian Empire as Dmitri Ivanovich Vasilyev. He was a director and assistant director, known for Alexander Nevsky (1938), Lenin in October (1937) and Zhukovsky (1950). He died on January 5, 1984 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR. See full bio »

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 1965 Lenin v Shveytsarii (TV Movie)
 1958 Nad Tissoy
 1951 Youth Sports Festival (Documentary)
 1950 Zhukovsky
 1943 Kotovsky
 1938 Alexander Nevsky (as D. Vasilyev)
 1937 Lenin in October (co-director - as D. Vasiliev)
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 1947 Admiral Nakhimov (assistant director)
 1943 Kotovsky (first assistant director - as D. Vasilyev)
 1937 The Last Night (associate director)
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 1960 Operatsiya 'Kobra' (screenplay)
 1943 Vo imya rodiny (writer)
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 1942 Mashenka (producer)
 1937 The Last Night (co-producer)
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 1944 Six P.M. (supervisor - 1969 revision)
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D. Vasiliev | D. Vasilyev
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