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Yevgeniy Dolmatovskiy - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Evgeniy Dolmatovsky - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Writer.
May 5, 1915 - September 10, 1994 - Soviet poet.
During his studies at the Pedagogical College, he began to publish in the pioneer press. In 1932-1934 he worked on the construction of the Moscow metro. In 1937 he graduated from the Literary Institute. Dolmatovsky's first book of lyric poems was published in 1934.
Eugene's father was arrested on March 28, 1938, sentenced and shot by the HCVS on February 20, 1939 (the charge was participation in a counter-revolutionary organization). The ashes were buried on the territory of the Donskoy Monastery in Moscow. Rehabilitated on December 18, 1954. Evgeny's brother - Yuri Dolmatovsky - famous Soviet automobile designer.
From 1939 to 1945, E. A. Dolmatovsky, as a war correspondent, was in the active units of the Red Army, in the liberated Western Belarus, in the war with Finland. In August 1941, he fell into the Uman encirclement and was taken prisoner, from which he fled, hid in the occupied territory, on November 4 he crossed the front line (these events are reflected in the poem "Missing in action" and in the memoirs "It was. Notes of a poet". The military-historical documentary story "Green Brama" is dedicated to the battles near Uman). Member of the CPSU (b) since 1941. Was present as a war correspondent at the signing of the German surrender (1945) .
He worked in Stalingrad, he is the author of the script for the film "The Poem of Stalingrad", which was shot by director Viktor Kadievich Magatayev at the Volgograd television studio in 1987. The film was dedicated to the 45th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of Stalingrad.
Dolmatovsky is best known for the songs written on his words ("Accidental Waltz", "Song of the Dnieper", "Volunteers" by M. G. Fradkin, "Sormovskaya Lyric" by B. A. Mokrousov, "My Favorite" by M. I. Blanter, "Second Heart", "Favorite City" and "Lizaveta" by N. V. Bogoslovsky), many of which sounded in popular films ("The Fighters", "Alexander Parkhomenko", "Meeting on the Elbe"). Gruvemuvestart
Corresponded with many writers. According to Andrey Bylkov, a lawyer and member of the Union of Journalists of the Russian Federation, Dolmatovsky published his correspondence with his grandfather, writer Alexei Alekseev, in his book "It was".