Call number: DVD-218

KAZANSKII, Gennadii and CHEBOTAREV, Vladimir
Chelovek-amfibiia [The Amphibious Man] [Amphibian Man]

Lenfil´m, 1961; released 3 January 1962
Screenplay Akiba Gol´burt, Aleksandr Ksenofontov and Aleksei Kapler, from the novel of the same name by Aleksandr Beliaev
Photography Eduard Rozovskii
Music Andrei Petrov
Song lyrics Iu. Drunina and S. Fogel´son

Ikhtiandr		Vladimir Korenev
Guttiere		Anastasiia Vertinskaia
Don Pedro Zurita	Mikhail Kozakov
Salvator		Nikolai Simonov
Baltazar		Aleksandr Smiranin
Olsen			Vladlen Davydov
92 minutes
In Russian with optional dubbed and subtitled versions

Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages Menu languages: English, Russian, French
Optional French, English and Arabic dubbed versions.
Optional Russian, English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese subtitles
Features 'Ruscico' leads to:
a] 'Arkhiv Ruscico', which leads to i] Filmographies of the directors, Gennadii Kazanskii and Vladimir Chebotarev, the director of photography, Eduard Rozovskii, the composer, Andrei Petrov, and the actors Nikolai Simonov, Vladimir Korenev, Anastasiia Vertinskaia and Mikhail Kozakov, and ii] Photoalbum of scenes from the film; and to
b] 'Muzei Ruscico', which is sketches for the design of the film.
'Zal russkoi fantastiki' consists of 'Proekt No. 1, a documentary film, 'V poiskakh Ikhtiandra', 11 minutes, in Russian with optional English and French subtitles; and 'Proekt No. 2', a documentary about the shooting of the film, 2 minutes, in Russian without subtitles.
'Soundtrack' consists of the nightclub song 'Ei, moriak!', 2 minutes, in Russian without subtitles.
The original trailer, 5 minutes, in English.
'Khronika' is a different film on the shooting of the film, 2 minutes, in Russian without subtitles.
Source Ruscico

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