Vyacheslav Dugin

Honored Artist of RussiaVyacheslav A. Dugin was born on February 17, 1920.He graduated from the Theater School BV Shchukin in 1927, his teachers were B. E. Zahava and V.I. Moskvin.He worked in the theater of Eugene Vakhtangov from 1942 to 2006.Vyacheslav A. Dugin, died on January 28, 2006.

Felix (Straw Hat, 1939)
The French officer (Oleko Dundich, 1942)
Kostya (Honeymoon, 1942)
Red Army soldier (Russian People, 1942)
Guardsman, Liner (Cyrano de Bergerac, 1942)
Silvio (Servant of Two Masters, 1943)
Michael (Mademoiselle Nitouche, 1944)
Orest (Elektra, 1946)
Sergei Tyulenin (Young Guard, 1948)
Marius (Les Miserables, 1950)
Valentine (Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1952)
Romeo (Romeo and Juliet, 1956)
Alex Zorin (City at the dawn of 1957)
Gan Ivolgin (The Idiot, 1958)
Albert (Small Tragedy, 1959)
Edmund (Ladies and Hussars, 1960)
Victor (Irkutsk Story, 1959)
The clerk magistrate (Living Corpse, 1962)
Ishmael, the sage (Princess Turandot)
Divisional Commander Gulev (Red Cavalry, 1966)
Pompey (Antony and Cleopatra, 1971)
Don Pedro (Unfinished Dialogue, 1976)
The presiding officer (13th Chairman, 1979)
The owner of the inn (Sunset, 1989)
Jacob, the spiritual father Alex (You are our Sovereign, Father, 1991)

The Duel, 1944
It was in the Donbass, 1945
City at dawn (photoplay), 1959
Hearts must burn (photoplay), 1960
Courier Kremlin (photoplay), 1967
Sword and Shield, 1968
Solaris (photoplay), 1968
Operational trip (photoplay), 1969
The Trap (photoplay), 1972
Sir John Falstaff (photoplay), 1974
Red Cavalry (photoplay), 1975
Man with a Gun (photoplay), 1977
The Glembais (photoplay), 1979
Puss in Boots (photoplay), 1979
Great magic (photoplay) 1980
This fantastic world. Issue 3 (photoplay), 1980
Moral of Leonardo (photoplay), 1987