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Oborona Sevastopolya (1911)

 -  History | War  -  9 December 1911 (Russia)
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First film ever that was shot by two cameras. Set in 1854-1855, in Sevastopol and Yalta during the Crimean War. Admirals Kornilov (Mozzhukhin) and Nakhimov (Gromov) organize the defense ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Andrej Gromov ...
Nakhimov
Ivan Mozzhukhin ...
Kornilov
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
V. Arentsvari ...
Empress Eugenia
Pavel Biryukov ...
(as P. Biryukov)
B. Borisov
Aleksandra Goncharova
A. Gorin-Goryainov
Vladimir Maksimov
Olga Petrova-Zvantseva ...
Markitantka (sutler)
N. Semyonov ...
Sailor Koshka
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First film ever that was shot by two cameras. Set in 1854-1855, in Sevastopol and Yalta during the Crimean War. Admirals Kornilov (Mozzhukhin) and Nakhimov (Gromov) organize the defense during the siege of Sevastopol. Both admirals are killed during the battle, and the city of Sevastopol is taken by the alliance of British, French, Sardinian, and Turkish troops. The legendary feat of Sailor Koshka (Semenov) was staged at original location. The 100 minute-long film was premiered in 1911 at the Livadia, Yalta, palace for the Tsar Nicholas II. Written by Steve Shelokhonov

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Russia's first "full-length" feature film, at 2,000 meters. See more »

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Edited into Spisok korabley (2008) See more »

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