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Grigori Aleksandrov

Highest Rated: 100% Potemkin (1925)

Lowest Rated: 91% October (1928)

Birthday: Jan 23, 1903

Birthplace: Yekaterinburg, Russian Empire

Began his film career as an assistant to Sergei Eisenstein, with whom he co-directed both "October" (1928) and "The General Line" (1929). Alexandrov then accompanied the master on his trip to the West, directing the experimental short "Romance sentimentale" in Paris in 1930. (Production funds were raised on the strength of Eisenstein being a co-director, though the film is really the work of Alexandrov and cinematographer Eduard Tisse.) From France the group moved first to the US (where Eisenstein's plans to film Dreiser's "An American Tragedy" fell through) and then central America, where Eisenstein shot the bulk of his subsequently abandoned Mexican project (the film was edited and completed by Alexandrov in 1979 and released as "Que Viva Mexico").

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ten Days That Shook the World Director - 1967
No Score Yet No Score Yet Spring Director,
Screenwriter
- 1947
No Score Yet No Score Yet Time in the Sun Director - 1940
No Score Yet No Score Yet Volga Volga Director - 1938
No Score Yet 67% Circus Director,
Writer
- 1936
No Score Yet 88% The Happy Guys Director,
Writer
- 1934
No Score Yet No Score Yet Thunder Over Mexico Writer,
Screenwriter
- 1933
100% 65% The General Line Director,
Writer
- 1929
91% 77% October Director,
Writer
- 1928
100% 86% Potemkin Chief Officer Giliarovsky (Character) $51K 1925
100% 82% Strike Factory Foreman (Character) - 1924
No Score Yet 50% Dnevnik Glumova Glumov 2 (Character) - 1923

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