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Leonid Fedorovich Bykov (Russian: Леонид Фёдорович Быков, 11 December 1928 in Znamenka village, Artemivsk Okruha, USSR
USSR
- 11 April 1979 in Kiev
Kiev
Oblast, USSR) was a Soviet actor, film director, and script writer. He received the "Honored Artist of the RSFSR" title in 1965 and the "People's Artist of the Ukrainian SSR" title in 1974.[1] Bykov contributed to several Soviet World War II
World War II
films that portrayed a stereotypical Soviet Ukrainian. Bykov died in a traffic accident in 1979 on the highway from Minsk
Minsk
to Kiev.[2] In 1994, the International Astronomical Union named a minor planet after him, (4682) Bykov.[1]

Contents

1 Selected filmography

1.1 Actor 1.2 Film director 1.3 Screen writer

2 References 3 External links

Selected filmography[edit] Actor[edit]

Aty-baty, shli soldaty... (One-Two, Soldiers Were Going...) (1976) V boy idut odni stariki (Only Old Men Are Going to Battle) (1973) Razvedchiki (The Scouts or Soldiers of Ruzvedka) (1968) Zaychik (Little Hare) (1964) Ostorozhno, babushka! (Be Careful, Grandma!) (1960) Майские звёзды (Stars in May) (1959) Dobrovoltsy (The Volunteers) (1958) Maksim Perepelitsa
Maksim Perepelitsa
(1955) Chuzhaya rodnya (Other People's Relatives) (1955) Ukrotitelnitsa tigrov ( Tamer of Tigers
Tamer of Tigers
or Tiger Girl) (1954-1955) Sudba Mariny (Marina's Destiny) (1953)

Film director[edit]

Aty-baty, shli soldaty... (One-Two, Soldiers Were Going...) (1976) V boy idut odni stariki (Only Old Men Are Going to Battle) (1973) Zaychik (Little Hare) (1964)

Screen writer[edit]

V boy idut odni stariki (Only Old Men Are Going to Battle) (1973)

References[edit]

^ a b Новая Российская энциклопедия: в 12 т. / Редкол.: А. Д. Некипелов, В. И. Данилов-Данильян и др. — М.: ООО «Издательство „Энциклопедия“» Т. 3 Бруней — Винча, 2007. — 480 с.: ил. ^ Наш Фильм — журнал о российском кино Archived 2015-12-22 at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

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Leonid Bykov
Leonid Bykov
on IMDb Biography of Leonid Bykov
Leonid Bykov
(in Russian)

v t e

1977 Shevchenko National Prize
Shevchenko National Prize
winners

Dmytro Pavlychko Yevhen Stankovych Leonid Bykov Oleksiy Kolomiyets Lysenko string quartet

Anatoliy Bazhenov Leontiy Krasnoshchok Borys Skvortsov Yuriy Kholodov

Declaration of the Soviet power monument

Ihor Alfiorov Anatoliy Maksymenko Mykhailo Ovsiakin Serhiy Svetlorusov Eryk Cherkasov Vasyl Ahibalov Yakov Ryk

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 60859851 LCCN: n98057277 ISNI: 0000 0001 2101 7248 GND: 1013809122 SUDOC: 099010801 BNF: cb16030202v (data)

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