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Yakov Protazanov (1881–1945)


Yakov Protazanov was born on February 4, 1881 in Moscow, Russian Empire as Yakov Aleksandrovich Protazanov. He was a director and writer, known for A Narrow Escape (1920), Without Dowry (1937) and Aelita: Queen of Mars (1924). He died on August 9, 1945 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR. See full bio »

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A Narrow Escape Director
(1920)
Without Dowry Director
(1937)
(1924)

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 1943 Adventures in Bokhara (as Ya. Protazanov, directed by)
 1938 Semiklassniki
 1937 Without Dowry
 1934 Marionettes
 1931 Tommi
 1930 Holiday of St. Jorgen (as Ya.A. Protazanov)
 1928 Don Diego i Pelageya (as Ya. A. Protazanov)
 1927 Sorok pervyy
 1926 Three Thieves
 1925 Yego prizyv
 1923 Lord Chilcott
 1922 Le sens de la mort (as Jacob Protozanoff)
 1920 A Narrow Escape (as Jacob Protozanoff)
 1918 Bogatyr dukha
 1918 Malyutka Elli
 1918 Father Sergius (co-director)
 1917 The Unfinished Fresco (Short)
 1917 Blood Need Not Be Spilled (co-director)
 1916 Dom smerti
 1916 Nishchaya
 1916 Sin
 1915 Deti vanyushina (Short)
 1915 Para gnedych (Short)
 1915 Possessed (Short)
 1915 Plebeian
 1915 War and Peace
 1915 The Lower Depths of St. Petersburg (co-director)
 1914 Love
 1914 Rozhdestvo v okopakh (Short)
 1912 Departure of a Grand Old Man (Short) (co-director)
 1912 Anfisa
 1911 Le premier distillateur (Short)
 1911 Rogneda (Short)
 1911 The Convict's Song (Short)
 1909 Bakchisarayskiy fontan (Short)
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Jakov Protazanov | Ya. A. Protazanov | Ya.A. Protazanov | Ya. Protazanov | Jacob Protozanoff | J.A. Protozanov
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Russian director from 1911, former actor. Fled Russia during the post-Revolution civil war and worked for a time in France. Returned in 1924 to direct his most famous film, the pioneering science fiction Aelita: Queen of Mars (1924). Unlike many of his peers, he had a fondness for lighter subjects, from romantic melodramas to Oriental escapism, such as Adventures in Bokhara (1943). See more »

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