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Aleksandr Ptushko (1900–1973)

Aleksandr Ptushko was born on April 19, 1900 in Lugansk, Lugansk uyezd, Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire [now Luhansk, Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine]. He is known for 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


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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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