They were in love with all men.
The secret love of many Soviet boys and the role model for girls young and dazzlingly beautiful actress from the film-tale. “Vasilisa the Beautiful”, “Morozko”, “Sadko” is not just filled with magic of the film that we all remember and love from an early age, and an era in the life of several generations, and these Actresses is her Princess and Queen.
1. Lyudmila Glazova
She was too romantic appearance, and it’s in the thirties when the movie required only types of girls-soldiers. However, the role finally showed up: Lyudmila starred in the title role, with Sergei Stolyarov in the very first film adaptation of Pushkin’s fairy tale “Ruslan and Lyudmila” (1938).
2. Valentine Saragossa
Valentina Serovaiskii — Vasilisa the Beautiful of the fairy tale of Alexander Rowe, we can say, classic Russian beauty. For Vasilisa it was possible to distant lands to explore, and evil fairy to battle! It’s a pity only that in the movie, she got only two roles.
3. Galina Grigorieva
Marya Morevna, the beauty of the beloved, another pattern row “Kashchei Immortal” (1944). Unfortunately all the boys and girls of the Soviet Union, the actress in the movie was filmed very little, preferring to play in the theater.
4. Alla Larionova
Regal, even a few severe Lyubava from kinoskazki Alexander Ptushko “Sadko” (1952) is one of the most memorable roles, this talented actress and very charming woman.
5. Ninel Myshkova
As Larionova, Ninel played in the story of Alexander Ptushko “Sadko”. It was the beautiful and forever sad Ilmen-the Princess that wanted to save her forever from the certain fate of all the boys of the USSR.
6. The second movie to the tale, this acknowledged beauties — “Ilya Muromets” (1956), Ninel played in this Victoria.
7. And in 1959, it again called for the lead role in the tale “Mary-mistress” Alexander Rowe.
8. Natalya Sedykh
Nobody remembers that Natalya Sedykh was a figure skater, but it is well known for her role of Anastasia in the movie Morozko (1964). After filming the girl arrived at ballet school and personally picked up the documents from the Studio, stating that filming will never happen again. Fortunately, promises are not kept.
9. Yevgeny Filonov
Its first and almost the only role in the movie — the maiden in the film adaptation of the fairy tale of Ostrovsky (1968). She had become her character — a cheerful, gentle, easy and kind character. Unfortunately, she is no longer living — in 1988 he died of a serious illness.
10. Ksenia Ryabinkina
Debut movie for her was the role of the Swan Princess in the movie Alexander Ptushko’s “the Tale of Tsar Saltan” (1966). The audience was enchanted by the grace of this beauty — and no wonder: she was already one of the soloists of the Bolshoi ballet.
11. Tatiana Klyueva
Role in the film “the barbarian-beauty, long braid” (1969) became a hallmark of the Blueway; it was written it for her.
12. Natalia Petrova
The role of Ludmila in the second film adaptation of Pushkin’s poem “Ruslan and Lyudmila” (1972) directed by Alexander Ptushko. Impressive Slavic beauty has made a significant contribution to the success of the film.
13. Svetlana Orlova
14. Young beauty has become a godsend for a kid’s movie, her unusually expressive eyes just bribed the viewer. That’s exactly it — our favorite waltz from the film “Finist — a Clear Falcon” and the Princess from “Princess and the pea.”
15. Irina Alferova
When the fabulously beautiful appearance Alferova got only one role in the Soviet magic movie — she played the bride of Basil Buslaeva from the same movie, released in 1982.
16. Eugene Simonov
The charm and sincerity of Eugenia made her one of the most loved people’s Princess of the Soviet cinema. In her finest film, “an Ordinary miracle” is simply impossible to imagine in this role of someone else.
17. Ioannina German
This wonderful actress has started working in the cinema in the role of a boy and for 37 years played the young and naive Cinderella in the fairy tale. “The heroine was the same age as my daughter,” said Janina in an interview about this work.