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Mikhail Tumanishvili est un Réalisateur Russe né le 19 juin 1935 à Moscou (Russie)

Mikhail Tumanishvili

Mikhail Tumanishvili
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Nom de naissance Mikhail Iosifovich Tumanishvili
Nationalité Russie
Naissance 19 juin 1935 à Moscou (Russie)
Mort 22 décembre 2010 (à 75 ans) à Moscou (Russie)

Mikhail Iosifovich Tumanishvili (Russian: Михаи́л Ио́сифович Туманишви́ли), born 19 June 1935, died 22 December 2010, was a Russian stage and film director and actor. Tumanishvili is best known of his 1980s action films Hit Back, Incident at Map Grid 36-80 and The Detached Mission, which is often referred as the "Soviet Rambo".

He was born in Moscow as the son of film director Josef Tumanishvili, who was also the chief of Moscow Operetta Theatre and the Bolshoi Theatre. Tumanishvili graduated from the actors faculty of Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute and the musical direction department of Russian Academy of Theatre Arts. He worked as a stage director in Pushkin Theatre and started making films in 1981. Tumanishvili was the head director of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.



^ "Well-known Film Director Mikhail Tumanishvili Passes Away". Russia-IC. 24 December 2010. Retrieved 16 August 2014.

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Filmographie de Mikhail Tumanishvili (4 films)

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Réalisateur

Le soviet
Le soviet (1985)
, 1h36
Réalisé par Mikhail Tumanishvili
Genres Action, Aventure
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Forces armées des États-Unis
Acteurs Aleksandr Fatyushin, Arnis Līcītis
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During the Cold War, a television news journalist aboard the American aircraft carrier U.S.S. Nimitz explains the scenario of current maneuvers of the U.S. Navy in the central Pacific Ocean. During a live broadcast from the bridge of the Nimitz, the correspondent points out a fleet of "Russian" (Soviet) warships on the horizon commanded by Vice Admiral Chernov.