The Soviet Film Industry

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INDEX OF PERSONS
Agadzhanova, Natal'ya, 124, 126, 128, 168
Agatov, V., 301
Akulov, I., 286
Aleichem, Sholem, 134, 135
Aleksandrov, Georgi Fyodorovich, 51
Aleksandrov, Grigori V., 48, 125, 163, 164-165, 201, 204, 304-305, 308, 315
Alekseyev, V., 197
Alexander II, 123
Alpers, 169
Al'tshuler, B., 132
Amiragov, 159
Andreyev, Leonid, 139, 140
Andriyevski, A., 312
Annenski, I., 172, 187
Anoshchenko, 128
Antonov, L. A., 260
Arnshtam, Lev Oskarovich, 111, 146, 151, 178, 183, 208, 305
Arosev, Aleksandr, 157-158
Arossev, seeArosev Aseyev, Nikolai, 120
Avdeyenko, Aleksandr, 155, 156, 160
Azhayev, Vasili, 196
Babayevski, Semyon, 196
Babel', Isaak, 134-135
Babochkin, Boris, 48, 92-93, 184
Bagration, Pyotr Ivanovich, 175
Bakshy, Alexander, 252
Balasz, Bela, 250
Baltushis, Yu., 201
Balzac, Honoré de, 170
Barbusse, Henri, 167
Barnet, Boris V., 305
Barski, Vladimir, 141, 143
Bek, David, 185
Bek-Nazarov, Amo I., 143, 305
Beriya, Lavrenti P., 155, 158
Bleiman, Mikhail, 142, 148, 159, 178, 180, 182, 191
Blok, Aleksandr, 115
Blyakhin, Pavel, 87, 88, 117, 166
Bogdanov, Nikolai, 144
Bogolovski, N., 301
Bol'shakov, Ivan G., 44, 48, 50, 251, 301, 302, 312, 319
Bol'shintsov, M., 148, 159, 182
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 185
Bonch-Bruyevich, Vladimir, 268
Bondin, 180
Bosulayev, A., 184
Boyarski, Yakov Iosifovich, 40
Braun, V., 208
Brik, O., 126
Bryusov, Valeri, 115
Bukharin, Nikolai I., 158, 159
Carol, King, 165
Catherine II, 175
Chapayev, V. I., 160
Chaplin, Charles Spencer, 320
Chapygin, Aleksei, 175-176
Chardynin, P., 67, 128, 165-166
Chekhov, Anton P., 142, 172, 187
Cherkasov, Nikolai, 48, 83, 174
Chiaureli, Mikhail, 48, 143, 144, 158, 161, 195, 199, 261, 305-306
Chirkov, Boris P., 48
Chirskov, Boris, 182, 183, 184
Chkalov, Valeri, 158
Chuzhin, Ya. E., 37
Clair, René, 130
Cooper, Col. Hugh L., 259

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