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Pavel Kadochnikov

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Pavel Kadochnikov
Kadochnikov (Secret Agent).jpg
Kadochnikov (right) in Secret Agent (1947)
Born
Pavel Petrovich Kadochnikov

(1915-07-16)July 16, 1915
DiedMay 2, 1988(1988-05-02) (aged 72)
OccupationActor, Film director
Years active1935-1987

Pavel Petrovich Kadochnikov (Russian: Павел Петрович Кадочников) (16 July [O.S. 29 July] 1915 – 2 May 1988) was a Soviet actor, film director and screenwriter.[1] Among other notable roles he played in the film Ivan the Terrible, directed by Sergei Eisenstein. He received the Stalin Prize three times (1948, 1949, 1951), was named a People's Artist of the USSR (1979) and a Hero of Socialist Labour (1985).[2]

Biography

Pavel Kadochnikov was born in Petrograd in 1915. In 1927, he entered a children's artistic studio, dreaming to become professional artist. But because of the severe illness of his father, Pavel, as the elder in the family, was forced to become the apprentice to a metal craftsman. However, he continued to study in the studio. In 1929, he entered the actor's department of theatrical school of TYuZ. In 1935, he graduated from Leningrad Theatrical Institute and until 1944 was an actor in Leningrad's New TYuZ.

He began to act in the cinema in 1935. His first role was Mikhas in the film Maturity. Kadochnikov was not pleased the way he looked on the screen in his early roles, and he decided to never play in the cinema again. He did not stand by this decision. In 1937, he accepted Sergei Yutkevich's invitation and appeared in a minor role in the film The Man with the Gun. In many plays he performed several roles; in one of them he performed at once eight roles. In 1940, he played the roles of worker Lenka Sukhov and writer Maxim Gorky in the film Yakov Sverdlov directed by Sergei Yutkevich. In Ivan the Terrible by Sergei Eisenstein he not only conducted the tragic line of the pretender Vladimir of Staritsa, but also played two small roles (of Chaldean and Yevstafy).

His actor's range can be seen in his lyric roles (Anton Ivanovich is angry, The tamer of tigers) and in the role of Major Fedotov in the Secret Agent by Boris Barnet. The role of Major Fedotov was a cult character of Soviet cinema which mixed the pathetics, manly charm and irony. For the roles he took in the patriotic movies he won the Stalin Prize (in 1948 for the Secret Agent, in 1949 for the role of Alexey Maresyev in the Tale of a True Man, in 1951 for the role of Kovshov in the film Far from Moscow). Time and again actor appeared in the role of Maxim Gorky. From the 1960s onwards, he began to move away from patriotic roles.

In 1965 Kadochnikov directed his first film, the movie The musicians of one regiment (together with Gennady Kazansky). This film is about the Civil War. It showed his interest in folklore heroes. In 1968 he filmed the fairy tale of Aleksandr Ostrovsky, entitled Snow Maiden (he also played the role of Berendey). In 1970-1980s, he did roles from the classical repertoire: Triletsky in the Unfinished play for the mechanical piano, Prince Kuchumov in Easy money, and the picturesque figures of "Russian old men" (eternal grandfather in Siberiade and uncle Roman in Here they did not fly in seagull). In Lenin in Paris he plays Paul Lafargue. In later years he played in the character roles (Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Last visit); staged films I will never forget you (about the fate of Soviet soldier and his wife, separated by war) and Silver strings (about the Russian virtuoso balalaika-player Vasily Andreev).

Filmography

As actor

  • Sovershennoletiye (1935) - Mikhas
  • Chelovek s ruzhyom (1938)
  • Yakov Sverdlov (1940) - Gorki
  • Razgrom Yudenicha (1941) - Senyushkin
  • Anton Ivanovich Is Angry (1941) - Aleksei Petrovich Mukhin
  • Fortress on the Volga (1942, part 1, 2) - Rudnev
  • Ivan the Terrible (1944) - Vladimir Andreyevich Staritsky
  • Hello Moscow! (1945) - Konstantin Nikolaevich Zlatogorov (uncredited)
  • Robinzon Kruzo (1947) - Robinson Crusoe
  • Secret Agent (1947) - Mayor Aleksey Fedotov
  • Blue Roads (1948) - Sergey Ratanov
  • Dragotsennye zyorna (1948) - Ivan Arkhipov
  • Tale of a True Man (1948) - Aleksey Meresyev
  • U nikh est Rodina (1950) - Aleksey Petrivich Dobrynin
  • Zagovor obrechyonnykh (1950) - Maks Venta
  • Far from Moscow (1951) - Kovshov
  • A Big Family (1954) - Skobolev
  • The Boys from Leningrad (1954) - Dedushkin Svetlanov
  • Tamer of Tigers (1955) - Fyodor Yermolayev
  • Pedagogicheskaya poema (1955) - Aleksei Maximovich "Maxim" Gorky
  • Talanty i poklonniki (1956) - Pyotr Meluzov
  • Medovyy mesyats (1956) - Aleksei Rybalchenko
  • Baltiyskaya slava (1957)
  • Pod zolotym orlom (1958) - Andrey Makarov
  • Ivan the Terrible, Part II (1958) - Vladimir Andreyevich Staritsky
  • Prolog (1958) - Maxim Gorky
  • Syn Iristona (1960) - Dzhambul Dzakhsorov
  • Russkiy suvenir (1960) - Homer Johns, Mr. Scott's aid
  • Khleb i rozy (1960) - Gavriil Ivushkin
  • The Slowest Train (1963) - kapitan Sergey Sergeyev
  • Gosudarstvennyy prestupnik (1964) - Aleksey Basov
  • Prodavetz vozdukha (1967) - Prof Engelbrekt
  • Snow Maiden (1969) - Tsar Berendey
  • Farewell to St. Petersburg (1972) - Pavel Maksimov
  • Skripkanin sargüzasti (1973)
  • Bakida külaklar asir (1974) - Kastanov
  • Odinnadtsat nadezhd (1976) - Minor Role (uncredited)
  • An Unfinished Piece for Mechanical Piano (1977) - Ivan Ivanovich Triletskiy
  • The Seagulls Did Not Fly Here (1978)
  • Life of Beethoven (1978, TV Movie) - Romain Rolland
  • Siberiade (1979)[3] - vechniy Ded
  • Ishchi vetra... (1979) - Sergey Sergeyevich
  • Ya khochu pet (1979)
  • Ty tolko ne platy (1979) - Boris Platonovich
  • Oblomov (1980)
  • Santa Esperansa (1980) - Don Lorenzo
  • Rasskaz neizvestnogo cheloveka (1981) - Graf Orlov
  • Sitsilianskaya zashchita (1981) - Andrian Konstantinovich (Museum director)
  • Idealnyy muzh (1981) - Lord Caversham
  • Propavshiye sredi zhivykh (1981) - Fyodor Borisovich Kashlev
  • Lenin in Paris (1981) - Paul Lafargue
  • Noch na chetvyortom kruge (1981)
  • Dve strochki melkim shriftom (1981)
  • Beshenye dengi (1982)
  • The Treasures of Agra (1983, (TV Mini-Series) - Major Sholto
  • Quarantine (1983) - Great-grandfather
  • Ya tebya nikogda ne zabudu (1983)
  • The Blonde Around the Corner (1984) - Corresponding member Ogurtsov
  • Blistayushchiy mir (1984)
  • Tri protsenta riska (1985)
  • Dark Eyes (1987) - 1e Funzionario Pietroburgo
  • Silver Strings (1987)

As director and scenario

References

  1. ^ Peter Rollberg (2016). Historical Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Cinema. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 337. ISBN 978-1-442-26842-5.
  2. ^ Герой Соц. Труда Кадочников Павел Петрович :: Герои страны
  3. ^ Люди «Сибириады»

External links

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