Date: Jan 08, 1877
Release date: Sep 05, 1941 (United States)
Director: Orson Welles
Estimated budget: $839,727 USD
Screenwriters: Orson Welles · Herman J. Mankiewicz · John Houseman · Mollie Kent · Roger Q. Denny
Awards: Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay
Music by: Bernard Herrmann
Lived: Jan 08, 1935 – Aug 16, 1977 (age 42)
Height: 6′ 0″ (1.82 m)
Spouse: Priscilla Presley (m. 1967 – 1973)
Partner: Linda Thompson (1972 – 1976)
Children: Lisa Marie Presley (Daughter)
Born: Apr 27, 1942 (age 74) · Tula, Russia
Space agency: Russian Federal Space Agency
Space missions: Soyuz TM-7 · Soyuz TM-6 · Soyuz TM-18 · Soyuz TM-20 · MirHighlights
- 1964: Polyakov dedicated himself to the field of space medicine in 1964 after the flight of the first physician in space, Boris Yegorov, aboard Voskhod 1.
- 1972: Polyakov was selected as a cosmonaut in Medical Group 3 on March 22, 1972.
- 1988: His first flight into space occurred on Soyuz TM-6 in 1988.
- 1994: Polyakov completed his second flight into space in 1994–1995, spending 437 days in space between launching on Soyuz TM-18 and landing on TM-20, setting the record for the longest time continuously spent in space by an individual in human history.
- 1995: On January 9, 1995, after 366 days in space, Polyakov formally broke the spaceflight duration record previously set by Vladimir Titov and Musa Manarov six years earlier.
- 1995: He returned to Earth aboard Soyuz TM-20 on March 22, 1995.
- 1999: Polyakov’s record for longest cumulative time in space of 678 days over two missions stood until surpassed in 1999 by cosmonaut Sergei Avdeyev with a total of 747 days in space during three different missions.