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Stanislav Rostotskiy (1922–2001)


Stanislav Rostotsky was a renown Russian film director whose two films, The Dawns Here Are Quiet (1972) and White Bim Black Ear (1977) were nominated for Oscar and won other international awards. He was born Stanislav Iosifovich Rostotsky on April 21, 1922, in Rybinsk, north of Moscow, Russia. His father, named Josef Boleslavovich Rostotsky, was a ... See full bio »

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(age 79) in Vyborg, Russia

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(1977)
(1968)
(1962)

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 1982 Eskadron gusar letuchikh (as Stepan Stepanov)
 1979 Profession: Film Actor (Documentary) (as Stepan Stepanov)
 1968 We'll Live Till Monday (as S. Rostotskiy)
 1966 Bela
 1963 Winter Impressions (Documentary)
 1962 Four Winds of Heaven (as S. Rostotskiy)
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S. Rostotskiy | S. Rostotsky | Stepan Stepanov
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