Call number: DVD-1504



DORMAN, Veniamin
Pokhishchenie "Savoii" [The Hijacking of the "Savoy"]

Tsentral´naia kinostudiia detskikh i iunosheskikh fil´mov imeni M. Gor´kogo, Tret´e tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, ; Studiia khudozhestvennykh fil´mov, Bulgaria; Zespol filmowe, Silesia Creative Unit, Poland, 1979; released 1 December 1979
Screenplay Isai Kuznetsov and Andrzej Gozewski, based on A. Shchiperskii's story 'Reis 627'
Photography Vadim Kornil´ev, Andrei Kirillov, Boleslaw Kamykowski
Production design Mark Gorelik, Milko Marinov
Music Andrzej Koszinski
Janek Borovski		Wlodzimierz Golacinski
Tania Sokolova		Dar´ia Mikhailova
Jean Challot		Leonid Bronevoi
Stanizlaw Wiezanski	Anton Juras
Guido Torstensen	Aleksandr Mikhailov
Valentina Sokolova	Ol´ga Ostroumova
Heinrich Scharff	Mikhail Gluzskii
Max Abendrot		Algimantas Masiulis
Borde			Lychezar Stoianov
Lancier			Igor´ Vasil´ev
Welt			Aleksandr Vokach
Rogers			Olev Eskola
Lafonte			Leonid Markov
Robert			Grigorii Liampe
Magnus			Mikhail Zhigalov
Ramiro			Sh. Gaziev
Teacher			Iu. Peratskii
Berger			Leon Nemcik
Joker			N. Begalin
Teacher			Iu. Peratskii
Pilots of the Savoy	A. Mikhailov, Grigorii Martirosian
86 minutes
In Russian with optional dubbed and subtitled versions

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages Menu languages: Russian and English
Optional English and French dubbed versions and Spanish voiceover version
Optional Russian and English subtitles
Features Interview with the actor Grigorii Martirosian and the actress Dar´ia Mikhailova, 7½ minutes, in Russian with optional English and French subtitles
Biographies and filmographies for the scriptwriter, Isai Kuznetsov, the director, Veniamin Dorman, the directors of photography, Vadim Kornil´ev and Andrei Kirillov, the production designer, Mark Gorelik and the actors Leonid Bronevoi, Mikhail Gluzski, Ol´ga Ostroumova, Aleksandr Mikhailov, Dar´ia Mikhailova and Grigorii Martirosian
Album of photographs
Source Ruscico

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