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Aleksandr Ptushko (1900–1973)

Aleksandr Ptushko was born on April 19, 1900 in Lugansk, Lugansk uyezd, Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire as Aleksandr Lukich Ptushko. He is known for his work on The Stone Flower (1946), Sadko (1953) and Ruslan and Ludmila (1972). He died on March 6, 1973 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR [now Russia]. See full bio »

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The Stone Flower Director
Sadko Director
Alye parusa Director


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 1961 Alye parusa
 1953 Sadko
 1949 Tri vstrechi
 1946 The Stone Flower (as A. Ptushko)
 1945 Teremok - A Small Tower Hut (Short) (supervising director)
 1945 The Lost Letter (Short) (supervising director)
 1944 Sindbad the Sailor (Short) (supervising director)
 1938 Vesyolye muzykanty (Short) (as A. L. Ptushko)
 1937 Skazka o rybake i rybke (Short)
 1935 The New Gulliver (as A. L. Ptushko)
 1932 Vlastelin byta (Short)
 1930 For the Country Defence (Short)
 1928 Shifrovanny dokument (Short)
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Alternate Names:

Alfred Posco | A. L. Ptushko | A. Ptushko

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