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Kamarinskaja (1895)

Three dancers do a Russian folkloric step dance, facing the camera, in traditional clothes, fur hats and leather boots.

Director:

Max Skladanowsky

Star:

Tscherpanoff
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Tscherpanoff Tscherpanoff ... Dancers (as Tscherpanoff Brothers)
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Three dancers do a Russian folkloric step dance, facing the camera, in traditional clothes, fur hats and leather boots.

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Referenced in Die Gebrüder Skladanowsky (1995) See more »

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Russian Dance, Russian Proverb
26 August 2020 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Three men in military uniforms dance one of those Russian dances in which they leap up from a crouching position in this very early movie from Max Skladanowsky.

This is not an inherently interesting movie, but the Russian dancers remind me of a Russian proverb: "The interesting thing about a waltzing bear is not how well it waltzes, but that it waltzes at all." The same thing can be said about a movie from 1895.


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Country:

Germany

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Release Date:

1 November 1895 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Камаринская See more »

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Skladanowsky Film See more »
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