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Chebotaryov, Vladimir

Born: 16 August 1921 (Karachev)
After graduating from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography in 1956, Vladimir Chebotaryov worked as a director for Lenfilm Studios. In 1961 he began work at Mosfilm studios. Chebotaryov's work spans a variety of genres, from crime dramas to war chronicles. Having served in World War II, Chebataryov often depicts the war in his work. He also made several popular science movies. His 1961 film, The Amphibian Man, won him much national attention. Recently, President Putin personally congratulated Chebotaryov on his 80th birthday.

Filmography

(as director unless otherwise stated)
  • Why Would an Honest Man Need an Alibi?/ Zachem alibi chestnomu cheloveku?, 1993; (also screenwriter)
  • Neizvestrye stranitsy iz zhizni, 1990;
  • Batallions Ask for Fire/ Batalyony prosyat ognya, 1985; mini TV Series,
  • Trevozhnyy vylet, 1983; (also screenwriter)
  • Koltso iz Amsterdama, 1981;
  • Vystrel v spinu, 1980;
  • Almazy dlya Marii, 1975;
  • Tsena bystrykh sekund, 1971;
  • Crash/ Krakh, 1968; (also screenwriter)
  • Wild Honey/ Dikiy myod, 1966;
  • Kak vas teper nazyvat?, 1965; (also screenwriter)
  • Sekretar obkoma, 1964;
  • The Amphibian Man/ Chelovek-Amfibiya, 1962;