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Boris Babochkin (1904–1975)

Boris Babochkin was internationally recognized star of Russian cinema who played the title role in the classic film Chapaev (1934) and later played a sharp anti-communist character on stage in Moscow, for which he was ostracized and censored by the Soviet Communist Party. He was born Boris Andreevich Babochkin on January 18, 1904, in the city of ... See full bio »

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Chapaev Chapayev
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 1975 Dostigayev i drugiye (TV Movie)
Vasiliy Dostigayev
 1975 Begstvo mistera Mak-Kinli
Sem Boulder
 1973 Plotnitskiye rasskazy (TV Movie)
 1972 Pravda: Khorosho, a Schastye - Luchshe (TV Movie)
Sila Yerofeyevich Groznov
 1968 Skuchnaya istoriya. Iz zapisok starogo cheloveka (TV Movie)
Nikolay Stepanovich
 1967 Dachniki
 1961 Ivan Rybakov
 1959 Annushka
Ivan Ivanovich
 1955 Trevozhnaya molodost
sekretar TsK KP / b / U (as B. Babochkin)
 1950 The Great Force
 1947 Povest o 'Neistovom'
Nikitin (as B. Babochkin)
 1943 Native Fields
 1943 Front
 1943 Aktrisa
Pyotr Nikolaevich Markov (as B. Babochkin)
 1943 Nepobedimye
Nikolay Radionov
 1942 Fortress on the Volga
 1941 Chapaev s nami (Short)
Chapaev (as B.A. Babochkin)
 1939 Friends
 1936 Three Women
 1934 Chapaev
 1933 The Return of Nathan Becker
 1933 Pervyy vzvod
Makar Bobrik
 1929 Myatezh
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Show Show Writer (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

In 1952 he played the leading role of Klaverov in "Shadows" (a play by Saltykov - Shchedrin) at the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre. His criticism of the Soviet bureaucracy angered Furtseva (Soviet Minister of culture).

Alternate Names:

B. A. Babochkin | B.A. Babochkin | B. Babochkin

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Was married to ballerina Yekaterina Mikhailovna Georgieva

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