Call number: DVD-135


GAIDAI, Leonid
Kavkazskaia plennitsa. Ili novye prikliucheniia Shurika [The Woman Prisoner of the Caucasus. Or The New Adventures of Shurik] [also known in English as Kidnapping, Caucasian Style]

Mosfil´m,Tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie Luch, 1966; released 1 April 1967
Screenplay Moris Slobodskoi, Iakov Kostiukovskii, Leonid Gaidai
Photography Konstantin Brovin
Design Vladimir Kaplunovskii
Music Aleksandr Zatsepin
Song lyrics Leonid Derbenev

Shurik			Aleksandr Dem´ianenko
Nina			Natal´ia Varlei
Saakhov			Vladimir Evtush
Dzhabrail		Frunzik Mkrtchian
Edik			Ruslan Akhmetov
Booby [Balbes]		Iurii Nikulin
Coward			Georgii Vitsin
Worldy wise [Byvalyi] 	Evgenii Morgunov
76 minutes
In Russian with optional dubbed versions and subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages Menu languages: Russian and English
Optional dubbing in English and French; optional Russian, English, German, French and Spanish subtitles
Features Image restored by Krupnyi plan.
'Leonid Gaidai', which is a memoir by his widow, the actress, Nina Grebeshkova, 15 minutes, in Russian with optional English, French, German or Spanish subtitles.
'Iurii Nikulin na arene tsirka', 12 minutes, in Russian with optional English, French, Spanish, Dutch or Italian subtitles.
Interviews with the actors Vladimir Etush (8 minutes) and Natal´ia Varlei (18 minutes) and the composer Aleksandr Zatsepin (18 minutes) all in Russian with optional English, French, German or Spanish subtitles.
Filmographies for the director, Leonid Gaidai, the scriptwriters, Iakov Kostiukovskii and Moris Slobodskoi, the director of photography, Konstantin Brovin, the designer, Vladimir Kaplunovskii, the composer, Aleksandr Zatsepin, and the actors Aleksandr Dem´ianenko, Evgenii Morgunov, Nina Grebeshkova, Natal´ia Varlei, Vladimir Etush, Ruslan Akhmetov, Frunze Mkrtchian, Georgii Vitsin and Iurii Nikulin.
'Na s´´emkakh fil´ma', a 2 minute report in Russian with optional English, French, German or Spanish subtitles.
Source Ruscico

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