When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

In which film did the Soviet audience see the Polish actress Barbara Brylska for the first time? Don't rush to answer. Of course, this is not the famous Ryazan "Irony of Fate", and not even the Polish "Anatomy of Love", in which, according to Ryazanov, he noticed this actress.

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

Barbara Brylska in Moscow, 1967, photo by Mikhail Ozersky

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

The first film in which the Soviet audience could see Barbara is, of course, the famous "Pharaoh" by Jerzy Kavalerovich. In it, Brylska played the role of the priestess of Kama. The film was released on Soviet screens in 1967 and was quite popular. But it was a Polish film.

But in 1968, Mrs. Barbara starred in a Soviet-German western. All of us boys have seen this movie - we have not missed films about Indians with Goiko Mitic

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

"The Trail of the Falcon." It was in it that Barbara first appeared in a Soviet (or almost Soviet) film

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

The role of Catherine Emerson, the judge's daughter, was certainly not the main one, but also far from episodic

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

In the German-Yugoslav sequel of the film "White Wolves" released a year later, Mrs. Barbara again played the role of Catherine

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

And a little later, Yuri Ozerov shot her in three films of his epic "Liberation— - "Breakthrough", "Battle for Berlin" and "The Last Assault"

And in 1973, director Alexander Zarkhi entrusted her with the main role in the film "Cities and Years", an adaptation of the novel by Konstantin Fedin.

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

Well, besides that, Mrs. Barbara could be seen in the Polish TV series "The Stake is bigger than Life", which was very popular in those years

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

She also had a role in the Polish film "Pan Volodyevsky", which was in Soviet cinemas in the early 70s

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

Well, in the above-mentioned "Anatomy of Love"

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

And in 1974 Eldar Ryazanov decided to shoot her in the role of Nadia Sheveleva

By that time, Barbara Brylsky's face was already quite famous for the attentive Soviet viewer

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

Barbara Brylska in Moscow, 1967, photo by Mikhail Ozersky

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

The first film in which the Soviet audience could see Barbara is, of course, the famous "Pharaoh" by Jerzy Kavalerovich. In it, Brylska played the role of the priestess of Kama. The film was released on Soviet screens in 1967 and was quite popular. But it was a Polish film.

But in 1968, Mrs. Barbara starred in a Soviet-German western. All of us boys have seen this movie - we have not missed films about Indians with Goiko Mitic

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

"The Trail of the Falcon." It was in it that Barbara first appeared in a Soviet (or almost Soviet) film

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

The role of Catherine Emerson, the judge's daughter, was certainly not the main one, but also far from episodic

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

In the German-Yugoslav sequel of the film "White Wolves" released a year later, Mrs. Barbara again played the role of Catherine

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

And a little later, Yuri Ozerov shot her in three films of his epic "Liberation— - "Breakthrough", "Battle for Berlin" and "The Last Assault"

And in 1973, director Alexander Zarkhi entrusted her with the main role in the film "Cities and Years", an adaptation of the novel by Konstantin Fedin.

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

Well, besides that, Mrs. Barbara could be seen in the Polish TV series "The Stake is bigger than Life", which was very popular in those years

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

She also had a role in the Polish film "Pan Volodyevsky", which was in Soviet cinemas in the early 70s

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

Well, in the above-mentioned "Anatomy of Love"

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

And in 1974 Eldar Ryazanov decided to shoot her in the role of Nadia Sheveleva

By that time, Barbara Brylsky's face was already quite famous for the attentive Soviet viewer

When Barbara Brylska first appeared before the Soviet audience

Keywords: Actress | Roles | Ussr | Screen

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