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Night Watch (2004 Film) - Release and Reception - International Release
... One year after the Russian release, the international distribution began ... In the prologue and epilogue, the Russian voice-over has been dubbed in English, but for the rest of the film features stylized subtitles appearing in odd places around the ... In addition, many of the scenes that were present in the Russian theatrical release were omitted, while, at the same time, some scenes were re-cut or added ...
CTC Media - Production
... Among its products are the original long-running series Cadets and the first original Russian sitcom “Daddy’s Daughters” “(Russian Папины дочки)”, both among ““CTC”’s most ... “Cadets” is an original Russian series about a daily life of boys enrolled in a military school ... “Soho–Media” has been operating on the Russian TV market for over fifteen years ...
Boris Godunov (opera) - History - Performance History
... Original interpreters Petrov and Dyuzhikov as Varlaam and Misail Ivan Melnikov as Tsar Boris Paleček and Platonova as Rangoni and Marina Fyodor Komissarzhevsky as the Pretender 1872 ... The premiere established traditions that have influenced subsequent Russian productions (and many abroad as well) 1) Cuts made to shorten what is perceived as an overlong work 2) Declamatory and ... appeared as Boris on 7 December 1898 at the Solodovnikov Theatre in a Private Russian Opera production ...
Costafilm
... Among its products are the original long-running series Cadets and the original Russian sitcom Daddy’s Girls, both among CTC’s most successful recent ... Daddy’s Girls is the first original Russian sitcom ... Cadets is an original Russian series about a daily life of boys enrolled in a military school ...

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