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  1. Aleksándrov nació como Grigori Vasílievich Mormonenko en Ekaterimburgo (Rusia) en 1903. A partir de los nueve años, Aleksándrov realizó trabajos esporádicos en el Teatro de la Ópera de Ekaterimburgo, hasta llegar a ser ayudante de dirección. También estudió música en la Escuela de Música de Ekaterimburgo, donde se graduó en 1917.

  2. Aleksandrov was born Grigori Vasilyevich Mormonenko in Yekaterinburg, Russia in 1903. Starting at age nine, Aleksandrov worked odd jobs at the Ekaterinburg Opera Theater, eventually making his way to assistant director. He also pursued a musical education, studying violin at the Ekaterinburg Musical School, from which he graduated in 1917.

    • Grigori Vasilyevich Aleksandrov
    • Russian
  3. Grigori Alexandrov (Grigori Vasilyevich Moromenko, también llamado Grigori Aleksandrov; Ekaterinburg, 1903 - Moscú, 1983) Director de cine ruso. Desarrolló una intensa actividad teatral en su juventud como decorador, electricista y actor. Durante la Guerra Civil formó parte de una compañía que representaba en el frente.

  4. Grigori Aleksandrov was a Soviet-Russian filmmaker best known as director of Volga - Volga (1938), The Circus (1936), and October (Ten Days that Shook the World) (1927), as well as co-star in Battleship Potemkin (1925) by director Sergei Eisenstein. He was born Grigori Vasilyevich Mormonenko on January 23, 1903 in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

    • Yekaterinburg, Russian Empire [now Russia]
    • Moscow, USSR [now Russia]
    • 1903-1-23
    • 1983-12-16
  5. Grigori Aleksandrov was a Soviet-Russian filmmaker best known as director of Volga - Volga (1938), The Circus (1936), and October (Ten Days that Shook the World) (1927), as well as co-star in Battleship Potemkin (1925) by director Sergei M. Eisenstein. He was born Grigori Vasilyevich Mormonenko on January 23, 1903 in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

    • Grigori Vasilyevich Marmonenko
  6. Aleksandrov was born Grigori Vasilyevich Mormonenko in Ekaterinburg, Russia in 1903. Starting at age nine, Aleksandrov worked odd jobs at the Ekaterinburg Opera Theater, eventually making his way to assistant director. He also pursued a musical education, studying violin at the Ekaterinburg Musical School, from which he graduated in 1917.

  7. Grigori Aleksandrov. Grigori Vasilyevich Aleksandrov or Alexandrov (Russian: Григо́рий Васи́льевич Алекса́ндров; original family name was Мормоненко or Mormonenko; 23 January 1903 – 16 December 1983) was a prominent Soviet film director who was named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1947 and a Hero of Socialist Labour in 1973.