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Birth name Gleb Aleksandrovich Strizhenov
Birth 23 july 1923 at Voronezh (Russie)
Death 4 october 1985 (at 62 years) at Moscow (Russie)

Gleb Aleksandrovich Strizhenov (Russian: Глеб Александрович Стриженов) (July 21, 1923 – October 4, 1985) was a Soviet actor, Honoured Artist of the RSFSR. He was born in Voronezh, USSR. Oleg Strizhenov, who is also an actor, was his brother.

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Filmography of Gleb Strizhenov (10 films)

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Teheran '43, 3h12
Directed by Vladimir Naoumov, Alexandre Alov
Origin Russie
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Themes Spy films, Political films
Actors Natalya Belokhvostikova, Alain Delon, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Claude Jade, Curd Jürgens, Albert Filozov
Roles Simon
Rating67% 3.3956253.3956253.3956253.3956253.395625
The movie is about an assassination attempt on Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin and Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Tehran Conference 1943.
The Garage
The Garage (1980)

Directed by Eldar Riazanov
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Iya Savvina, Liya Akhedzhakova, Georgi Burkov, Svetlana Vladimirovna Nemolyaeva, Valentin Gaft, Andrey Myagkov
Roles Yakubov
Rating81% 4.089474.089474.089474.089474.08947
An automotive highway is scheduled to be built through the territory of a garage cooperative. A special meeting of the cooperative takes place to reduce the number of garages. As all was already decided and arranged by the chairholder and the board, the decision passes easily at the meeting. But one unexpected event happens - the meeting room's entrance has been locked by an anonymous member and the key is missing...
To The Stars By Hard Ways, 2h28
Genres Science fiction, Adventure
Themes Space adventure films, Films about music and musicians, Films based on science fiction novels, Films set in the future, Musical films, Space opera, Films about extraterrestrial life
Actors Alexander Lazarev, Aleksandr Yakovlevich Mikhailov, Igor Ledogorov, Gleb Strizhenov
Roles Glan
Rating53% 2.6570452.6570452.6570452.6570452.657045
In the 23rd century a reconnaissance starship discovers a dead alien spaceship of unknown origin in deep space. The crew are found to be humanoid bodies, made by an advanced cloning process. One humanoid woman appears to be alive but has memory loss and is brought back to Earth. Scientist Sergei Lebedev settles her in his own house and names her Niya.
Oblomov (1980)

Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov
Origin Russie
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Actors Oleg Tabakov, Elena Solovei, Iouri Bogatyriov, Avangard Leontiev, Gleb Strizhenov, Andrei Popov
Roles The Baron
Rating77% 3.888133.888133.888133.888133.88813
Une adaptation du roman Oblomov de Ivan Gontcharov.
For Whole Remaining Life, 4h30
Genres Drama, War
Themes Medical-themed films, Political films
Actors Gleb Strizhenov, Valentin Gaft
Rating69% 3.497183.497183.497183.497183.49718
Story about the life of doctors, nurses and other personnel of hospital train during the Great Patriotic war.
The Red and the White, 1h30
Directed by Miklós Jancsó
Genres Drama, War
Themes Politique, Political films
Actors József Madaras, Nikita Mikhalkov, Tibor Molnár, András Kozák, Mikhaïl Kozakov, Viktor Avdyushko
Roles Colonel
Rating77% 3.8929753.8929753.8929753.8929753.892975
The film tells the story of the Hungarian branch of the soldiers who, during World War I ended up in Russian captivity. When the revolution breaks out and a civil war in Russia, the soldiers are on the side of the Bolsheviks. Some are hoping that this will make it easier to come home. Others feed on sympathy for the ideology of communism. Soon have to fight with an army of White Guards, who tend to be very cruel.
The Elusive Revengers, 1h18
Directed by Edmond Keossaian
Genres Action, Adventure, Western
Actors Inna Tchourikova, Savely Kramarov, Gleb Strizhenov
Rating74% 3.742653.742653.742653.742653.74265
The film' is a version of a story about four youngsters who become heroes in the Russian Civil War. Danka, orphaned son of a Red agent, whose father was tortured and executed by the warlord Lyuty before his eyes, and his sister Ksanka join Valerka, a former schoolboy, and Yashka, a devil-may-care gypsy. They make a pledge of mutual assistance, determined to exact revenge on the bandits who are bringing so much suffering to peaceful villagers. The friends then embark on a series of daring adventures.
Optimistic Tragedy, 2h1
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Origin Russie
Genres Drama, War, Historical
Themes Politique, Théâtre, Political films, Films based on plays
Actors Boris Andreyev, Viatcheslav Tikhonov, Vsevolod Sanaïev, Vsevolod Safonov, Gleb Strizhenov, Pyotr Sobolevsky
Roles Second Officer
Rating70% 3.5287653.5287653.5287653.5287653.528765
During Russian Revolution of 1917, the Marine squad, led by anarchist leader Vozhak (Boris Andreyev) starts the revolt. The Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party sends a woman Commissar (Margarita Volodina) to form Red Army battalion from the marines to take part in the Russian Civil War.
A Few Days from the Life of I.I. Oblomov, 2h20
Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov
Actors Oleg Tabakov, Elena Solovei, Iouri Bogatyriov, Gleb Strizhenov, Andrei Popov

The film begins in 19th century Saint Petersburg, and examines the life of Ilya Ilyich Oblomov, a middle-aged Russian nobleman. Slothful and seemingly unhappy, Oblomov spends much of the beginning of the film sleeping and being attended to by his servant, Zakhar. In an attempt to get him more active, Andrei Ivanovich Stoltz, a Russian/German businessman and close friend, frequently takes Oblomov along with him to social events. Oblomov is introduced to a cultured woman named Olga, a friend of Stoltz. When Stoltz leaves the country, Olga is left with the task of civilizing and culturing Oblomov while he lives nearby. Olga and Oblomov eventually fall in love, but upon Stoltz's return, Oblomov moves back into town, eventually severing ties with Olga. Stoltz and Olga eventually marry, and Oblomov subsequently marries the woman with whom he was living, Agafya Matveyevna Psehnitsyna. The two have a son, and although Agafya has two children from a previous relationship, Oblomov treats them both as if they were his own. Oblomov is satisfied with his life, although it "lack[s] the poetic and those bright rays which he imagined were to be found.