Zavod rybnykh konservov v Astrakhani [videorecording] = A fish factory in Astrakhan / A. Drankov Studio ; Pathé Frères (Moscow) ; Pathé (Moscow-Film d'Art).

Other Title:
Fish factory in Astrakhan
Title on container: Beginnings (1908-1911)
Princess Tarakanova.
Romance with Double-Bass.
Harrington Park, NJ : Milestone Film & Video, c1992.
Early Russian cinema ; v. 1
1 videocassette (38 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Motion pictures, Russian.
Russia in motion pictures.
Fisheries -- Russia.
Shpazhinskiĭ, I. V. (Ippolit Vasilʹevich), 1844-1917 -- Film adaptations.
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904 -- Film adaptations.
Silent films.
Short films.
Documentary films.
Credits and intertitles in Russian, with English subtitles.
System Details:
"Documentaries like A fish factory in Astrakhan (1908) preceded the first Russian dramatic production, Sten'ka Razin* (Romashkov, 1908). Meanwhile, the Moscow branch of Pathé produced its own version of the film d'art, Princess Tarakanova (Hansen/Maître, 1910) and soon followed with the first of many Chekhov adaptations, Romance with double bass* (Hansen, 1911). 38 minutes"--Notes from publisher.
Zavod rybnykh konservov v Astrakhani
Sten'ka Razin
Kniazhna Tarakanova = Princess Tarakanova
Roman s kontrabasom = Romance with double-bass.
Evgenii Petrov-Kraevskii (Stenʹka Razin); V. Mikulina, N. Aleksandrova, Nikolai Vasilév (Kni︠a︡zhna Tarakanova); V. Gorskaia (Roman s kontrabasom).
Produced by Erich Sargeant; original music by Neil Brand (Series); director, V. Romashkov; screenplay, Vasilii Goncharov; photography, Aleksandr Drankov and Nikolai Kozlovskii (Stenʹka Razin); directors, Kai Hansen and André Maître; screenplay, Czeslaw Sabinski; photography, George Meyer (Kni︠a︡zhna Tarakanova); director, Kai Hansen; screenplay, Czeslqw Sabinski; photography, George Meyer (Roman s kontrabasom).
Four silent films with music accompaniment added, produced between 1908 and 1911.
Films from the collection of Gosfilmofund; video transfers supplied by the British Film Institute. Restoration programme led by Yuri Tsivian in partnership with the Central Film Museum, Moscow.
"A fish factory in Astrakhan" restored by A. Khakimov, 1957"--Container.
"Princess Tarakanova based on play by Ippolit Shpazhinskii, Sten'ka Razin based on song, 'From the Island to the Deep Streams', Romance with double-bass, Chekhov adaptation"--Container.
Videocassette release of four short films produced between 1908 and 1911.
Romashkov, V. , Director
Goncharov, Vasilii. , Screenwriter
Drankov, Aleksandr. , Director
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904 , Author
Hansen, Kai. , Director
Maître, André. , Director
Sabinski, Czeslaw. , Screenwriter
Sargeant, Erich. , Producer
Petrov-Kraevskii, Evgenii. , Actor
Mikulina, V. , Actor
Gorskaia, V. , Actor
Aleksandrova, N. , Actor
Vasil'ev, Nikolai. , Actor
Shpazhinskiĭ, I. V. (Ippolit Vasilʹevich), 1844-1917. , Author
Milestone Film & Video (Firm) , Distributor
Gosfilʹmofond SSSR.
British Film Institute.
Central Film Museum (Moscow) , Producer
Stenʹka Razin [videorecording]
Kni︠a︡zhna Tarakanova [videorecording]
Roman s kontrabasom [videorecording].
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