Mikhail Gomorov (1898–1981)

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Mikhail Gomorov was born in 1898. He was an assistant director and actor, known for Battleship Potemkin (1925), Krylya (1932) and Kapitanskaya dochka (1958). He died in 1981. See full bio »

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Known For

Battleship Potemkin Militant Sailor
(1925)
Krylya Director
(1932)
Kapitanskaya dochka Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1958)
Minin i Pozharskiy Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1939)

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 1958 Kapitanskaya dochka (assistant director - as M. Gomorov)
 1955 Dobroe utro (assistant director - as M. Gomorov)
 1941 General Suvorov (assistant director - as M. Gomorov)
 1939 Minin i Pozharskiy (assistant director)
 1937 Bezhin lug (Short) (assistant director)
 1929 Old and New (assistant director)
 1927 October (Ten Days that Shook the World) (assistant director - as M. Gomorov)
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 1929 Old and New
Peasant
 1925 Battleship Potemkin
Militant Sailor
 1925 Strike
Worker
 1923 Glumov's Diary (Short)
Turusina
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 1932 Krylya
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 1925 Battleship Potemkin (assistant to director - as M. Gomorov)

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