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Veniamin Kaverin (1902–1989)

Venyamin Kaverin was born Venyamin Aleksandrovich Silber on April 19, 1902, in Pskov, Russia. He was the youngest of six children. His father, named Aleksandr Silber, was a musician and conductor of a military band. Young Kaverin studied at the Pskov Gymnasium. There he began to write poetry. In 1919 he moved to Moscow and entered the Department ... See full bio »

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Dva kapitana Writer


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 1981 Nemukhinskiye muzykanty (TV Movie) (book) / (screenplay)
 1980 Otkrytaya kniga (TV Series) (book)
 1978 Ein Mädchen aus Schnee (novel)
 1976 Pisma XII veka (TV Movie)
 1976 Dva kapitana (TV Mini-Series) (novel) / (screenplay)
 1975 Ispolnenie zhelaniy (novel) / (screenplay)
 1973 Nemukhinskiye muzykanty (Short) (as V. Kaverin)
 1973 Otkrytaya kniga (book)
 1956 Dva kapitana (novel - as V. Kaverin) / (screenplay - as V. Kaverin)
 1932 Beglets (Short) (screenplay)
 1927 Chuzhoy pidzhak (short story)
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 1972 Shkolnyi spektakl (TV Movie)
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The first Russian classic musical "Nord-Ost" (2000) is based on the novel "Dva kapitana" of Veniamin Kaverin . See more »

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