Lyudmila Savelyeva
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Lyudmila Savelyeva
Ludmila Savelyeva
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Ludmila Savelyeva (1972)
Born Ludmila Mikhaylovna Savelyeva
(1942-01-24) January 24, 1942 (age 76)
Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Occupation Actress, Ballerina

Ludmila Mikhaylovna Savelyeva (Russian: ? ? ; born January 24, 1942 in Leningrad) is a Russian film actress and ballerina. She achieved lasting fame in the role of Natasha Rostova in the 1966-68 film War and Peace, which was six years in the making. She won a Diploma prize for this role at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.[1]

Filmography

Year Film Russian Title Role Other notes
1964 Sleeping Beauty ? Directed by Konstantin Sergeyev and Apollinari Dudko
1967 War and Peace ? Natasha Rostova Directed by Sergei Bondarchuk
Won the Academy Award prize
1970 The Flight Serafima Vladimirovna Korzukhina Directed by Alexander Alov and Vladimir Naumov
1970 Seagull Nina Zarechnay
1970 Sunflower ? Masha Directed by Vittorio De Sica
1972 The Headless Horseman ? Louise Poindexter Directed by Vladimir Vajnshtok
1977 Julia Vrevskaya ? Julia Vrevskaya
1981 The Hat Mila Directed by Leonid Kvinikhidze
1981 From the evening until noon ? ? Nina Zharkov Directed by Konstantin Khudyakov
1983 The fourth year of war Nadezhda Moroz Directed by Georgy Nikolaenko
Snow ? Tatyana Petrovna, actress
1984 We can not predict ? Olga Nikolaevna Michurin
1984 Success Inna, ex-wife of Fetisov Directed by Konstantin Khudyakov
1986 Wild Pigeon ? Xenia Nikolaevna Startsev, actress Directed by Sergei Solovyov
1989 Black Rose Is an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose Is an Emblem of Love ? ? , ? ? ? Alexander's mother Directed by Sergei Solovyov
1991 The plot for the two stories ? Volodya's mother
2000 Tender Age ? grandmother ("Night Witch") Directed by Sergei Solovyov
2001 Clock without hands ? ?
2006 Seventh Heaven ? ? Margarita, the mother of Yegor
2008 Champion ?
2009 Anna Karenina ? Princess Shcherbatskys Directed by Sergei Solovyov

References

  1. ^ "4th Moscow International Film Festival (1965)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 2013-01-16. Retrieved . 

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