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ⓘ The Green Carriage is a 1967 Soviet historical drama film directed by Yan Frid and starring Natalya Tenyakova, Vladimir Chestnokov and Igor Dmitriev. It portray ..




The Green Carriage
                                     

ⓘ The Green Carriage

The Green Carriage is a 1967 Soviet historical drama film directed by Yan Frid and starring Natalya Tenyakova, Vladimir Chestnokov and Igor Dmitriev. It portrays the life of the nineteenth century stage actress Varvara Asenkova.

                                     

1. Partial cast

  • Geliy Sysoev
  • Aleksandr Borisov
  • Lidiya Shtykan
  • Valentina Kovel
  • Tatyana Piletskaya
  • Aleksandr Susnin as Martynov
  • Irina Gubanova as Masha
  • Natalya Tenyakova as Varvara Asenkova
  • Gleb Florinskiy
  • Vladimir Chestnokov as Sosnitski
  • Aleksandr Sokolov
  • Yulian Panich
  • Victor Kostetskiy as Perepelsky prototype - Nikolay Nekrasov
  • Igor Ozerov
  • Igor Dmitriev as Dyur
                                     
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