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Film Director Alexander Mayorov Died in Moscow
12.07.2017 22:29
Film Director Alexander Mayorov Died in Moscow

Alexander Mayorov, a gifted film director and a member of the Russian Union of Cinematographers died at the age of 76 on July 11.

      From 1981, Alexander Mayorov was one of the main directors of the famous Mosfilm Studio. Over these many years, he made a number of incredible feature films: "A Case at Factory N6", "Goldfish", "The Chance", "Insurance Agent", "Escape to the World's End", and "Maroseyka, 12". He also became known as the director of unique dubbing of numerous Hollywood blockbusters.
It is known that the funeral of Alexander Mayorov will be held in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. His family and relatives have not yet aired the cause of his death.

      

      




Author: Vera Ivanova

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