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Films with the actor Alexey Polevoy

Alexey Polevoy


Alexey Leonidovich Polevoy (July 7, 1921 - July 15, 1972) was a Soviet actor and stage director, teacher, one of the creators of the Blue Light TV program, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1954). Alexey Leonidovich Field was born on July 7, 1921. From early youth he played in various theaters of the province. In the years 1937-1938 - Artist Yaroslavl TYU. Since the beginning of the 40s - in the Moscow Theater of Transport. Working in the theater, he began to try himself as a director of mass performances. In the 1950s, with the Central House of Arts, he created and led the semi-professional variety band “Kroshka”. In 1956 he made his film debut, starring in the cameo role of a fakir in the film "Carnival Night". In 1963-1968 he was artistic director of the workshop of satire and humor Moskontsert, contributed to the release of new numbers and the emergence of many artists of the conversational genre. Since 1970 - director of Rosconcert. He worked on the radio, took part in the sound of cartoons (his voice sounds "from the author" in the m / f "Boniface's Vacation" in 1965) and dubbing foreign films. He passed away on July 15, 1972. He was buried in Moscow at the Khimki cemetery.