Sergey Martinson( comedian, clown.)
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Biography Sergey Martinson
Sergei Martinson knew all. Director Leonid Trauberg wrote of him: 'Musicality Martinson - not just his ability, not dancing, music and move, not singing singing captivate. It is not a cheap game in reincarnation - its makeup, hyperbolically tapered and terribly precise. It is not just 'the ability to have a body in space' - a geometric pattern of his stay on the screen on the stage '.
It seemed as if all this - and plasticity, and precise movements, and grimaces - the actor was given a very easy course. In fact, for all these hidden professionalism and thoroughness. Martinson could not afford to go to the audience and even to the director in rehearsal unprepared, not thoughtful behavior and character of his hero to the last detail. 'There must be a fantasy, bright, bizarre' - talking about their profession, Sergei Aleksandrovich.
. His characters sometimes seemed caricatured as a fairytale Duremar or fanatical Hitler, however, in that vein, it was necessary to play these roles in these films
. At that time, as martinsonovsky Karandyshev was classically tragic, and the old prince ( 'Uncle's Dream') before touching stupid.
Sergei Martinson played in films, in fact, until the end of life. In recent years, the actor suffered from memory loss. At the filming of 'The life and tears, and love' text role he was fed to the headphones, and Sergey repeating the words, literally improvising in front of the camera.
. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1964).
. He graduated from the Institute for the Performing Arts in Petrograd (1923)
. Was an actor a few of the Petrograd Theater 'Freestyle comedy' and 'free theater'. In 1924-1941 years playing in the theater of the Revolution (in 1925-1926, 1929-1933, 1937-1938 - Actor Theater of Meyerhold, in 1933-1936 - Music Hall). Since 1945 - in the studio theater actor.
. Among the films:
. Marionette (1934) - Hairdresser Sol
. Anton Ivanovich CERD (1941) - Kerosene
. We from the Urals (1943)
. NEW Adventures of Schweik (1943) - Hitler
. WEDDING (1944) - telegraph YAT
. Crazy Day (1956) - Miusov
. Idiot (1958) - Lebedev
. Scarlet Sails (1961) - Philip
. Evenings on a Farm near DIKAN'KI (1961) - The clerk
. Freestyle WIND (1961) - innkeepers
. TALE OF LOST TIME (1964) - Prokofy Prokofefich
. MOSCOW - GENOA (1964) - Bart
. THIRTY-THREE (1965) - assistant
. Uncle's Dream (1966) - Prince
. Tale of Tsar Saltan (1966) - Guardian Saltan
. In the Fairy Kingdom (1970) - Duke of mollusk
. Ruslan and Lyudmila (1972) - Ambassador
. GREAT AMUSEMENT (1974) - grandfather of Matthew
. Of Kiev, Queen of France (1978) - Bishop Roger
. NEW ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN Vrungel (1978)
. COMEDY bygone days (1980) - in the film 'Anton Ivanovich is angry'
. AND LIFE, AND TEARS, AND LOVE ..
. (1984) - Yegoshkin
. Television series:
. Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (1979-86) - in the movie Hound of the Baskervilles (1982)
. FEDYA Zaitsev (1948) - Animal
. Enchanted Boy (1955) - Rat
. Cat's House (1958) - Rooster
. Peter and LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (1958) - Narrator
. FOX, BEAVER AND OTHERS (1960)
. Teetotal VOROBJOV (1960)
. I CHELOVECHKOV Drew (1960)
. DEAR KOPEYKA (1961) - Center
. KEY (1961)
. Wild Swans (1962)
. THUMBELINA (1964) - Beetle
. The Shepherdess and the Sweep (1965)
. HOW TO CLAIM Donkey HAPPINESS (1971)