Sakharov Trailer

Sakharov Trailer (1984)

20 June 1984 Drama

Biography of Russian physicist & dissident Andrei Sakharov focuses on his first acts in his civil rights.

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Jason Robards

as Andrei Sakharov

Glenda Jackson

as Yelena Bonner (Sakharova)

Nicol Williamson

as Malyarov

Frank Finlay

as Kravtsov

Michael Bryant

as Syshchikov

Paul Freeman

as Pavel Leontiev

Anna Massey

as Klavdia

Joe Melia

as Sergej Kovalov

Lee Montague

as Slavsky

Jim Norton

as Roy Medvedev

Valentine Pelka

as Efrem Sakharov

Catherine Hall

as Tanya Sakharov

John McAndrew

as Alyosha Sakharov

Debbie Farrington

as Lisa Sakharov

David Midwinter

as Matvel Sakharov, age 10


Jack Gold


International Releases Dates

United States 20 June 1984

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