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Exhibition Dedicated to Actor Anatoly Papanov Opens in Moscow
30.10.2012 10:05
Exhibition Dedicated to Actor Anatoly Papanov Opens in Moscow
Anatoly Papanov

The memorial exhibition Irreplaceable Anatoly Papanov dedicated to the outstanding Russian actor has opened in Moscow. 

      The exposition timed to the 90th anniversary since the birth of Anatoly Papanov is housed in Mikhail Schepkin House Museum, a branch of A.A. Bakhrushin Theatre Museum.

      Among other memorial paraphernalia the exhibition for the first time displays the sergeant Anatoly Papanov’s letter of 1942 to mother, his soldier's capsule with his name and the address of his relatives, and also a director's copy of Maxim Gorky’s stage play The Last with the actor’s remarks.

      It also presents photos that show the film career of Papanov, who acted in more than 70 films.

      The exhibition runs till January 31, 2013.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Anatoly Papanov Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Cinema   

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