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Magician (1967 film)

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Magician
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Directed byPyotr Todorovsky
Written byAlexander Volodin
StarringZinovy Gerdt
Alla Larionova
Yevgeny Leonov
Vladimir Basov
Svetlana Kharitonova
Valentina Titova
Music byMieczysław Weinberg
CinematographyIliya Minkovetsky
Production
company
Experimental creative studio (Mosfilm)
Release date
  • 1967 (1967)
Running time
75 minutes
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

Magician (Russian: Фокусник, romanizedFokusnik) is a 1967 Soviet drama film directed by Pyotr Todorovsky.[1] It was the Experimental Creative Studio's (subdivision of Mosfilm) first film.[2]

Plot

The film is about an elderly magician a good man, shy, but at the same honest and principled. Because of the lack of shows, he is forced to do house concerts. Once Kukushkin meets a young beauty by the name of Elena, and falls in love with her. He and Elena arrange something like a wedding, but the young wife is only interested in making important connections, afterwards she throws out the magician. Kukushkin does not become discouraged and stands in the yard distributing oranges to children. He realizes that the greatest magic is to give people the best that you have.

Cast

  • Zinovy Gerdt as Viktor Mikhailovich Kukushkin, an illusionist
  • Alla Larionova as Elena Ivanovna
  • Yevgeny Leonov as Stepan Nikolayevich Rossomakhin, the boss of Kukushkin
  • Olga Gobzeva as Lily, the daughter of Kukushkin
  • Leonid Dyachkov as Pavel, the investigator
  • Vladimir Basov as pop entertainer-satirist
  • Svetlana Kharitonova as Sasha, Dima's wife
  • Edward Abert as Dima, the juggler
  • Oleg Gerasimov as episode
  • Valentina Titova as Dasha, editor
  • Konstantin Zaitsev as episode
  • Inessa Drovosekova as wife of Rossomakhin

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