Tommy (1931 film)

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Tommy
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Directed by Yakov Protazanov
Written byYakov Protazanov
Vsevolod Ivanov (play)
Music by Alexander Shenshin
CinematographyKonstantin Kuznetsov
Production
company
Release date
1 November 1931
Running time
63 minutes (1,730 meters)
CountrySoviet Union
Language Silent film with Russian intertitles

Tommy (Russian : Томми) is a 1931 Soviet drama film directed by Yakov Protazanov based on the play Armoured Train 14-69 by Vsevolod Ivanov. [1] [2] [3]

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  1. Richard Taylor, Derek W. Spring - Stalinism and Soviet cinema 1993- p239 "Yakov A. Protazanov (1881-1945) was a prolific film director, whose films included The Queen of Spades [Pikovaya ... The Forty-First [Sorok pervyi, 1927], The Feast of St Jorgen [Prazdnik svyatovo Iorgena, 1929], Tommy [Tommi, 1931],"
  2. Сергей Землянухин, Мирослава Сегида Домашняя синематека: отечественное кино 1918-1996 1996 - Page 451 "ТОММИ СССР, 1931, 63 мин., ч/б Реж. и сцен. Яков Протазанов; опер. Константин Кузнецов; композ. А.Шеншин В ролях: А.Жутаев, ..."
  3. Мойсей Никифорович Алейников Яков Протазанов 1961 Page 182 "Причина неудачи при осуществлении этой благородной цели ничего общего не имеет с причинами прежних неудач Протазанова, обусловленных порочностью материала, над которым он работал, и неясностью целей. «Томми» ..."