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Belov, Grigori Iakinfovich – Abstract


Introduction


Gregory Iakinfovich
Belov (6 (18) December 1895, Vakhonina,
Novgorod province — September 13
1965, Yaroslavl) — Soviet film
and theater actor, people’s artist of the USSR
(1956)[1], winner of the Stalin prize.



1.
Biography


Grigory Belov was born
6 (18) Dec 1895[2] in the village
Vahenemine Cherepovets district
In Novgorod province (now Kaduyskogo
district, Vologda region) in the family
rural teachers[1][3].


Studied in a rural
school, then in a real school in
Cherepovets. In 1915 he went to Petrograd,
where did the economic Department
Polytechnic Institute and
at the same time in the drama Studio
under the leadership of Yuri Yuryev at
The Alexandrinsky theatre.


In 1916, Grigory
Iakinfovich was mobilized and sent
in an artillery unit in the South-West
front[3].


The first came on the scene
in the Provincial demonstration theatre
the city of Cherepovets, where he worked until 1922
year. He worked in theaters in Vladikavkaz
Tver, Ekaterinoslavl, Kazan,
Makhachkala[2]. From 1933 to 1940
worked in the Arkhangelsk drama theatre,
since 1945 in Yaroslavl drama theatre
them. Volkov[1]. During the war
Gregory Iakinfovich worked in the State
the theater of the Lithuanian SSR, participated
in frontline teams, and was
awarded the medal “For valiant labor
in the great Patriotic war”[3].


Debut Grigory Belov
in film was in 1948 in the film
“Michurin”. Directed By Alexander Dovzhenko
trusted Gregory Iakinfovich main
role and not a mistake. In 1949 for this film
some members of the crew were
awarded the Stalin prize of the second
degree.


Art Gregory
Iakinfovich distinguished craftsmanship
transformation, depth of thought, simplicity,
conciseness and accuracy
psychological characteristics of their
characters[2].


In those cities in which
Grigory Belov worked, he taught
acting technique and stage speech,
from 1945 to 1950, was teaching a class on culture
of speech and expressive reading
Yaroslavl pedagogical Institute
them. K. Ushinsky.[3].


Grigory Belov was
Deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR 4-th
convocation[2].


Died Gregory Iakinfovich
13 Sep 1965, buried at
Leontyevsky a cemetery of Yaroslavl[4].



2.
Recognition and awards



  • 1936 —
    Honored artist of the RSFSR[3]


  • 1949 —
    People’s artist of the RSFSR[5]


  • 1949 —
    Stalin prize of the second degree
    for his starring role in the film “Michurin”[6]


  • 1956 — national
    artist of the USSR




3.
Creativity


3.1.
Theater roles



  • “The inspector General”
    N. V. Gogol Khlestakov


  • “Uncle
    Vanya” A. P. Chekhov — Astrov


  • “Idiot”
    based on the novel by F. M. Dostoevsky —
    Prince Myshkin


  • 1935 —
    “Love Yarovaya” Of K. A. Trenev —
    Swanda


  • 1936 —
    “Philistines” By M. Gorky — Neal


  • 1936 —
    The “Last” M. Gorky — Peter


  • 1937 —
    “Summer Residents” Bitter — Vlas


  • 1939 —
    “Barbarians” By M. Gorky — Peter



  • the bottom” by M. Gorky — Vaska Ashes,
    Satine, The Baron


  • “Armored
    14-69” Vs. Ivanova — Vershinin


  • “Chapaev”
    DM. Furmanova — Chapaev


  • 1950 —
    “Happiness” P. Pavlenko — Voropaev


  • 1954 —
    “The living corpse” by L. N. Tolstoy —
    a forensic investigator


  • 1956 —
    “Somov and others” by M. Gorky — Soms


  • 1956 —
    “Eternal source” by D. Zorin, Plakun


  • 1956 —
    “Tsar Fyodor Ivanovich” A. K. Tolstoy —
    Boris Godunov


  • “Profitable
    “by A. N. Ostrovsky — The Jades



  • every wise man has enough simplicity”
    A. N. Ostrovsky — Krutitsy


  • “Romeo
    and Juliet” by Shakespeare — Romeo[6]


  • “Hamlet”
    Shakespeare — Hamlet


  • “Othello”
    Shakespeare — Othello


  • “Third
    pathetic” N. F. Pogodin —
    Gvozdini


  • “Irkutsk
    the story of” A. N. Arbuzov — Dad


  • “Children of the sun” M.
    Bitter — Protasov



3.2.
Filmography



  • 1948 —
    Michurin — Ivan Vladimirovich
    Michurin
    [7]


  • 1948 —
    Pages of life


  • 1951 —
    Country doctor — doctor Arsen’ev


  • 1951 —
    Unforgettable 1919


  • 1952 —
    Rimsky-Korsakov — Nikolai
    Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov


  • 1955 —
    The land and the people — Evsei


  • 1956 —
    Calling Ivan Vladislavovich
    Nikol’skiy, Professor


  • 1958 —
    On the other side — Dr.


  • 1958 —
    Vanya — Gabriel Medvedkov, uncle
    Ivan


  • 1964 — Moscow —
    Genoa — Georgy Vasilyevich Chicherin




List
literature:



  1. Large
    Soviet encyclopedia. GL. ed.
    A. M. Prokhorov, 3rd ed. Vol. 3. Bari —
    Bracelet. 1970. 640 p., Fig.; 33 L. Fig. and maps
    1 l. maps (insert)


  2. Theatre
    encyclopedia. GL. ed. SS mokulsky.
    T. 1 — M.: Soviet encyclopedia, A —
    Globus, 1961, 1214 STB. with ill., 12 L. Fig.


  3. Belov
    Gregory Iakinfovich on the website
    vologda-oblast.ru


  4. Gregory
    Belov on the website of the Necropolis


  5. The VOLOGODIANS<Official
    the website of the Government of the Vologda region


  6. Russian
    dramatic theatre: an encyclopedia /
    Under the General editorship of M. I. Andreev,
    N. Zvenigorodsky E., A. V. Martynova
    and others — M.: Great Russian
    encyclopedia, 2001. — 568 p.: Il. ISBN
    5-85270-167-X


  7. The Role Of Grigory Belov
    in the movie on the website kino-teatr.ru



Source:
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Белов,Grigoriyants