10 cult films, starred in Crimea
, who starred in the Crimea • 10 cult films
Amazing nature of Crimea destined to be the dream of many generations of filmmakers! Of course, the film was shot on the peninsula today. But in the Soviet era, Crimea was a such a "Hollywood" of the Union. There starred in dozens of films. And Crimea "play" not only himself, but also portrayed abroad. For example, in America, "The Headless Horseman" by Vladimir Weinstock. Or Ancient Jerusalem - in "Master and Margarita" by Vladimir Bortko. In general, the peninsula had a chance to pretend to be in the movies all the continents!
The film "Scarlet Sails" was filmed in 1961 on the eponymous novel by Alexander Grin. Director - Alexander Ptushko. Filming were predominantly Alupke, Koktebele and Yalta.
"The Headless Horseman" - a film in 1973 based on the eponymous novel by Mayne Reid. Joint production of the Soviet Union and Cuba. Director - Vladimir Weinstock.
"Ordinary Miracle" - a film in 1964 based on the play by Eugene Schwartz (the first film adaptation). Director - Erast Garin. Part filming held in Vorontsovskoye Palace (Alupka).
"Mio, my Mio" - a joint Soviet-Norwegian-Swedish film (1987). Director - Vladimir grammar.
"The Blue Bird" - only a joint Soviet-American film-tale, 1975 (based on the play by Maurice Maeterlinck). Director - George Cukor. In the title role - Elizabeth Taylor.
"The Magic lamp of Aladdin" - a film 1966 on the fairy tale "Aladdin and the magic lamp" from the book "A Thousand and One Nights." Director - Boris knight. All the "Baghdad" was built in the Crimea.
"Ivan Vasilyevich Changes Occupation" - a film in 1973 based on the play by Mikhail Bulgakov "Ivan Vasilievich". Director - Leonid Gaidai. Crimea has appeared on screen in frames, where the director Yakin takes a musical number. The action takes place at the Yalta embankment.
"Kidnapping, Caucasian Style" - the film 1966. Director - Leonid Gaidai. Oddly enough, the Crimea in this film got the role of the Caucasus.
"Sannikov Land" - a film shot in 1972-1973 (based on the novel by Vladimir Obrucheva). Directors - Leonid Popov and Albert Mkrtchyan. In Crimea, a few scenes (the Nikitsky cleft) were removed.
"The Amphibian Man" - a film in 1961, the year based on the novel by Alexander Belyaev. Directors - Vladimir Chebotaryov and Gennady Kazansky. Most of the filming took place in the Bay of Balaclava in the Crimean peninsula. The directors have chosen this place because of the clear water.