Call number: dvd-2637



GERASIMOV, Sergei and KALATOZOV, Mikhail
Nepobedimye [The Invincible]

TsOKS, Alma-Ata, 1942; released 21 January 1943
Screenplay: Sergei Gerasimov, Mikhail Bleiman, Mikhail Kalatozov
Photography: Arkadii Kol´tsatyi, Moisei Magid
Production design: Anatolii Bosulaev
Music: Venedikt Pushkov
Rodionov the son, an engineer	Boris Babochkin
Kovaleva			Tamara Makarova
Rodionov the father, a worker	Nikolai Cherkasov
Pronin, an engineer		Aleksandr Khvylia
Party Committee Secretary	Vasilii Zaichikov
Grisha, a driver		Petr Aleinikov
Bondarets, a sailor		Boris Blimov
Krasnosheev			P. Kirillov
Vlasov				Nikolai Dubinskii
Serezhka			N. Mitrushenko
89 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

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ROOM Abram
Eskadril´ia No. 5 (Voina nachinaetsia) [Squadron No. 5 (War Begins)]

Kievskaia kinostudiia, 1939; released 7 June 1939
Screenplay: Iosif Prut
Photography: Nikolai Topchii, Aleksandr Pishchikov
Production design: Aleksandr Bobrovikov, M. Solokha
Music: Konstantin Dan´kevich
Song lyrics: Vasilii Lebedev-Kumach

Major Grishin, the Squadron Commander					N. Garin
Air Captain Nesterov							Boris Bezgin
Commander of the Front							Iurii Shumskii
First Lieutenant Ol´ga Grishina, the navigator  			S. Al´tovskaia
Sema Gnatenko, the radio operator					Andrei Apsolon
General Hoffer, Chief of the Enemy Fortified Region			Viktor Gromov
General Khvat, Chief of Land Aviation of the Fortified Region   	Sergei Tsenin
Colonel Gorn, Chief of counter-intelligence				Iakov Zaslavskii
Colonel Wechsel, Chief of low-flying attack aircraft			L. Novikov
Colonel Oberst, Chief of Submarine Aviation of the Fortified Region 	Nikolai Braterskii
86 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code 5
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages No subtitles
Features Bonus is Krylataia morskaia brigada [The Winged Naval Brigade] 2´ minutes
'Informatsiia' is about the director Mikhail Kalatozov, text, in Russian only
Source Vostok Video, Entsiklopediia Mastera Kino

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