Synonyms for krasnopolsky or Related words with krasnopolsky

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Examples of "krasnopolsky"
Alexei Krasnopolsky as Capt. Cyrus Harding (Smith)
Krasnapolle District (, , Krasnopolsky raion) is a raion (district) in Mogilev Region, Belarus, the administrative center is the urban-type settlement of Krasnapolle. As of 2009, its population was 11,176. Population of Krasnapolle accounts for 54.8% of the district's population.
In the movie Valentina Telichkina debuted after the second degree, in 1965, she appeared in a small role in the film "Taiga Troopers" by directors Vladimir Krasnopolsky and Valery Uskov.
In 1996, directors Vladimir Krasnopolsky and Valeri Uskov produced the film "Yermak", a historical drama about the conquest of Siberia which starred Viktor Stepanov, Irina Alfyorova, and Nikita Dzhigurda.
As an actor, Dzhigurda is known for his portrayals of historical figures, in particular for the roles of Yermak's lieutenant, cossack Ivan Koltso, in a 1996 TV miniseries "Yermak" by directors Uskov and Krasnopolsky, of prince Andrey Kurbsky, king Charles XII of Sweden and Ukrainian poet Ivan Franko.
House with lily () was a Ukrainian-Russian melodramatic TV series Directors Vladimir Krasnopolsky and Valery Uskov. The authors describe their series as a family saga. The premiere took place in Ukraine on TV channel Inter March 31, 2014. In Russia the premiere was held on Channel One.
Moriz Scheyer was born in Focșani in Romania on 27 December 1886, the son of Wilhelm Scheyer, a businessman, and Josefine (née Krasnopolsky). By the time of his secondary education the family had moved to Vienna, where they lived in the pleasant suburb of Hietzing. After high school ("Gymnasium"), where he excelled in humanities and languages, Scheyer studied at the University of Vienna, from which he graduated with a law degree in 1911. He began his career as a writer with short pieces for newspapers, joining the staff of the "Neues Wiener Tagblatt" ("NWT"; one of Vienna's two 'quality' dailies) in 1914.
The role of Shura Balaganov in Mikhail Shveitser's comedy "The Little Golden Calf" based on Ilf and Petrov's eponymous book was the next step in Leonid Kuravlyov's acting career, in which he managed to create an unforgettable sparkling image of a naive petty thief. Kuravlyov's other notable films of this period include one of the first Soviet horror movies "Viy" ("Viy or Spirit of Evil", 1967) adaptation of Gogol's novell directed by Georgi Kropachyov, where he played young seminarist Khoma Brutus, and a psychological melodrama "Nepodsuden" ("Not Under the Jurisdiction", 1969) directed by Vladimir Krasnopolsky and Valeri Uskov, where he played the negative character Sorokin.
Hudes was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to a Jewish father and a Puerto Rican mother. They raised her in West Philadelphia, where she began composing music and writing. She also studied at the Mary Louise Curtis Branch of Settlement Music School, taking piano lessons with Dolly Krasnopolsky. She has stated that although she is of "Puerto Rican and Jewish blood", she was "raised by two Puerto Rican parents". Her step-father was a Puerto Rican entrepreneur. She graduated from Central High School. She studied music composition at Yale University, where she earned her B.A., and playwriting at Brown University, earning an M.F.A. She is a resident writer at New Dramatists and a previous Page 73 Playwriting Fellow. Hudes is a visiting professor in the theater department at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut.