|Full name||Ramaz Urushadze|
|Date of birth||17 August 1939|
|Place of birth||Tbilisi, Georgian SSR, Soviet Union|
|Date of death||7 March 2012 72)(aged|
|1960||FC Dinamo Tbilisi (reserves)|
|1961–1964||FC Torpedo Kutaisi||91||(0)|
|1965–1971||FC Dinamo Tbilisi||161||(0)|
|summer 1969||Fram Reykjavik|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Ramaz Urushadze (Georgian :რამაზ ურუშაძე; 17 August 1939 – 7 March 2012) was a Soviet Georgian footballer. His son Zaza Urushadze was a film director.
Urushadze made his debut for USSR on 13 October 1963 in the last 16 game of the 1964 European Nations' Cup against Italy (he was selected for the final tournament squad, where USSR were the runners-up, but did not play in any games there).
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FC Torpedo Kutaisi is a Georgian professional football club based in Kutaisi, Georgia's third largest city. 'Torpedo Kutaisi' was founded in 1946 and in just three years the club became the winner of the Football Championship of that time. Torpedo play their home games at Ramaz Shengelia Stadium.
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The cinema of Georgia has been noted for its cinematography in Europe. Italian film director Federico Fellini was an admirer of the Georgian film: "Georgian film is a completely unique phenomenon, vivid, philosophically inspiring, very wise, childlike. There is everything that can make me cry and I ought to say that it is not an easy thing."
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