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Film Director of The Amphibian Man Dies
5.03.2010 19:27
Film Director of The Amphibian Man Dies

The creator of the movie The Amphibian Man film director Vladimir Chebotaryov passed away on Thursday, aged 88, in Moscow.
      Chebotaryov directed more than a dozen action movies, many of which came down in history of Russian cinematography.
      But he gained truly unanimous peoples love with his film The Amphibian Man that was released back in 1961 and gathered more than 70 million viewers.
      Among his other famous films there are Ring of Amsterdam (1981), Battalions Ask for Fire (1985), How to Name You Now? (1965), Wild Honey (1966).


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