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Leonid Trauberg (1902–1990)

Leonid Trauberg was born on January 17, 1902 in Odessa, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire [now Ukraine]. He was a writer and director, known for Yunost Maksima (1935), The Return of Maxim (1937) and New Horizons (1939). He died on November 14, 1990 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR [now Russia]. See full bio »

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New Horizons Writer
Alone Writer


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 1998 Stories from My Childhood (TV Series) (Russian adaptation - 1 episode)
- The Wild Swans (1998) ... (Russian adaptation - as L. Trauberg)
 1962 The Wild Swans (screenplay)
 1959 Shli soldaty (writer)
 1956 Flames on the Volga (writer)
 1947 Elu tsitadellis (screenplay - as L. Trauberg)
 1945 Simple People
 1941 Boyevoy kinosbornik 1 (Short) (segment "Vstrecha s Maksimom")
 1939 New Horizons (writer)
 1935 Yunost Maksima (screenplay)
 1931 Alone
 1929 The New Babylon (writer)
 1927 Bratishka (Short)
 1925 Mishki protiv Yudenicha (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Book: "David Wark Griffith". Moscow: Iskusstvo. "Zhizn' v isskusstve" Series. BBK 85.543(3)

Alternate Names:

L. Trauberg

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Co-founder (with Grigori Kozintsev) of FEKS, the 'Factory of the Eccentric Actor', in the early 1920's. Best known for the 'Maxim Trilogy', a Bolshevik view of the Russian revolution. See more »

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