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Films with the actor Maurice Slobodskoy

Maurice Slobodskoy

Moris Romanovich Slobodskoy (November 30 (December 13) 1913, St. Petersburg - February 6, 1991, Moscow) - Russian Soviet writer, playwright, screenwriter, poet. Born on November 30 (old style) in 1913 in St. Petersburg, in the family of Vilna Roman (Ruvin) born Abramovich Slobodsky (1887–?). The family lived on Fontanka, house number 126. The first steps in journalism, along with Vsevolod Iordansky, were in the newspaper Podmoskovny Giant (now Novomoskovskaya Pravda) in Bobriki (now Novomoskovsk, Tula Region). During World War II, he worked as a writer and special correspondent in the editorial office of the front-line newspaper Krasnoarmeyskaya Pravda, where he published stories and feuilletons, including the head of the novel The New Adventures of the Brave Soldier Schweik, also staged as a play. He was awarded the Order of the Red Star, the Order of the Patriotic War, II degree, the Order of the Badge of Honor and medals. Member of the CPSU (b) since 1943 [3] [4]. Member of the Writers' Union of the USSR (1938). Since 1945 (from the play “Fakir for an hour”) for eighteen years he worked in collaboration with V. A. Dykhovichny. At this time, “Man from Another World”, “Sunday on Monday”, “200 thousand on minor expenses”, “Nothing of the kind”, “Convent” and other plays, satirical poems, parodies, feuilletons were created. In addition to the plays, the creative duet Dykhovichny — Slobodskaya also wrote other variety works in various genres for the parody theater Blue Bird, the Moscow Theater of Miniatures, the Variety Theater. Among them are both separate pop numbers and whole variety programs - “Instead of a concert” for A. I. Shurov and N. N. Rykunin (1953), “Here comes the steamer” for the theater theater “Hermitage” (in collaboration with B. S. Laskin, 1953), “Blots” for Mironova and Menaker (1960), plays for the Moscow music hall “Moscow — Venus, then everywhere ...” (1961) and “Tik-tak, tik-tak” (1962), vaudeville Guriy L. Sinichkin (1963) for the Leningrad Comedy Theater (with Vladimir Mass and Mikhail Chervinsky, to the music of Nikita Bogoslovsky). Together with Ya. Kostyukovsky and L. Gaidai, he wrote scripts of three popular comedies: “Operation“ Y ”and other adventures of Shurik”, “The Caucasian Captive” and “The Diamond Arm”.