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Author: Eduard PuchalskiiEvgeniĭ Frant︠s︡evich BauėrAnton FertnerOlga RakhmanovaLidiia KorenevaAll authors
Publisher: Harrington Park, NJ : Milestone Film & Video, ©1992.
Series: Early Russian cinema, v. 9.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : Russian
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A panorama of Russian cinema's social impact at the height of its ambition. Antosha ruined by a corset is a racy, knowing urban comedy by Russia's leading screen comedian, Anton Fertner. A Life for a life marked the pinnacle of Bauer's ambition to equal lavish foreign production standards. The Funeral of Vera Kholodnaia recorded the vast public response to the early death of Russia's greatest motion picture star in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Film adaptations
Named Person: Vera Kholodnai︠a︡; Georges Ohnet; Vera Kholodnai︠a︡; Georges Ohnet
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Eduard Puchalskii; Evgeniĭ Frant︠s︡evich Bauėr; Anton Fertner; Olga Rakhmanova; Lidiia Koreneva; Vera Kholodnai︠a︡; Georges Ohnet; Gosfilʹmofond SSSR.; Lucifer Film Studio.; Khanzhonkov Production Company.; British Film Institute.; Milestone Film & Video.
OCLC Number: 63603859
Language Note: Credits and intertitles in Russian, with English subtitles (first film lacks opening credits).
Notes: A life for a life based on the novel Serge Panin / by Georges Ohnet.
One of a ten volume video anthology from the collection of Gosfilmofond. Video transfers supplied by the British Film Institute. Restoration programme led by Yuri Tsivian in partnership with the Central Film Museum, Moscow.
A Life for a life also released under title Za kazhdui︠u︡ slezu po kaple krovi = A tear for every drop of blood, and Sestry sopernit︠s︡y = The rival sisters.
Videocassette release of two silent motion pictures, with music accompaniment added, originally produced in 1916, with newsreel footage of the funeral of one of the cast.
Credits: Produced by Erich Sargeant; original music by Neil Brand (Series); camerman, Boris Zavlev [i.e. Zavelev]; art direction A. Utkin (Life for a life).
Cast: Anton Fertner (Antosha ruined by a corset); Olga Rakhmanova, Lidiia Koreneva, Vera Kholodnaia, Vitold Polonskii (Life for a life).
Description: 1 videocassette (86 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Antosha ruined by a corset --
A life for a life --
Newsreel footage of the funeral of Vera Kholodnaia in Odessa, 1919.
Series Title: Early Russian cinema, v. 9.
Other Titles: Life for a life.
Zhiznʹ za zhiznʹ
Drop of blood for every fear.
Za kazhdui︠u︡ slezu po kaple krovi.
Tear for every drop of blood.
Sestry sopernit︠s︡y.
Rival sisters.
Funeral of Vera Kholodnaia.
Antosha ruined by a corset
High society (1916-1919)
Responsibility: produced by [Lucifer Film Studio and] A. Khanzhonkov Co. ; written and directed by Eduard Puchalskii. Zhiznʹ za zhiznʹ = A life for a life : (a drop of blood for every fear) / produced by A. Khanzhankov Co. ; script and direction by Evgenii Bauer.

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A panorama of Russian cinema's social impact at the height of its ambition. Antosha ruined by a corset is a racy, knowing urban comedy by Russia's leading screen comedian, Anton Fertner. A Life for a life marked the pinnacle of Bauer's ambition to equal lavish foreign production standards. The Funeral of Vera Kholodnaia recorded the vast public response to the early death of Russia's greatest motion picture star in 1919.

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