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Boris Godunov

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Russian filmmaker Vera Stroyeva specialized in a cinematic adaptations of famous operas. One of the most successful of these was her 1955 film version of Mussorgsky and Pushkin's Boris Godunov. Stroyeva's adaptation deftly streamlines the story of a Russian czar whose life is placed in jeopardy by a pretender to his throne. A. Pirogov sings the title role, while G. Nellep provides vocal and visual menace as the "False Dmitri". The use of a color process known as Magicolor adds just the right touch of theatrical artificiality to the pomp-and-splendor proceedings. Boris Godunov was released in the US in 1959, at a time when the only Russian most Americans were concerned with was named not Boris but Nikita.
Title: Boris Godunov
Genre: Opera/Operetta, Music Video (Concert/Performance)
Starring: Maksim Mikhailov, Aleksandr Pirogov, A. Krivchenva, L. Avdeyeva, G. Nellep, Nikandr Khanaev, Alexander Pirogov, Ivan Kozlovsky
Director: Vera Stroyeva
Studio: Kultur Video
Release Date: 10/27/2009
Original Year: 1954
Product Type: DVD
UPC: 032031438095
Item #: KLT004380

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