Call number: DVD-4669


Khity SSSR. 4 v 1. Voennoe kino.

Consisting of:

NAVROTSKII, Sigizmund and DMOKHOVSKII, Boris
Zigmund Kolosovskii [Zygmunt Kolosowski]

Kievskaia kinostiudiia, 1945; released 13 February 1946
Screenplay: Igor´ Lukovskii
Photography: Fedor Firsov
Production design: Evgenii Gankin, Iakov Rivosh, Mikhail Solokha
Music: Oskar Sandler

Zygmunt Kolosowski [and
  the journalist Golemba,
  the invalid Gross, Baron Ferucci, 
  Major Ulther's double and
  Prosecutor Waliszewski's double]	Boris Dmokhovskii
Polish Patriots:
Liudwik K.				Vladimir Osvetsimskii
Stanisław Orlik				Vladimir Shishkin
Andrzej Kresowicz			Cheslav Sushkevich
Joris, a Polish priest			Dmitrii Golubinskii
Stefan Rakuśka				P. Skorokhod
Julka					Irena Murova
Tadeusz Komlicz				Aleksei Dobronravov
Boguśewski				B. Goncharov
von Bülow				Hans Klering
Wenzel					Dmitrii Miliutenko
Borowski				Mikhail Vysotskii
Herr Pferke				Mikhail Romenskii
Frau Pferke				Evgeniia Opalova
Gestapo men:
Götske					Sergei Petrov
Reisz					Aleksei Tarshin
Gaukh					M. Grodskii
Langfeld				Mikhail Romanov
78 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

LEGOSHIN, Vladimir
Poedinok [The Duel]

Soiuzdetfil´m, 1944; released 14, March 1945
Screenplay: The Tur Brothers, Lev Sheinin, from Sheinin's story 'Voennaia taina'
Photography: Sergei Urusevskii
Production design: Petr Pashkevich, S. Sletov
Music: Klimentii Korchmarev

Leont´ev, an engineer (State Security Major Sergeev)	Andrei Tutyshkin
State Security Colonel Lartsev				Sergei Luk´ianov
State Security Captain Bakhmet´ev			Nadir Malishevskii
State Security Commissar				Aleksei Gribov
Weininger - Petronescu - Petrov				Vladimir Belokurov
Gestapo Colonel Kraschke				Osip Abdulov
Mar´ia Sergeevna Zubova (Amaliia Karlson)		Nadezhda Borskaia
Natal´ia Mikhailovna Osenina				Nina Alisova
Tonia							Anna Zarzhitskaia
Irina							I. Mesnenkina
Ivan Kutyrin						Ivan Bobrov
Ignatii Apollonovich Savranskii				Mikhail Povolotskii
Lavrenko						Viacheslav Dugin
Major Tsvetkov						I. Rozniatowski
Zubkov							Lavrentii Masokha
State Security Lieutenant				Vasilii Neshchiplenko
Violinist at Front					Viacheslav Gostinskii
Doorman							Emmanuil Geller
State Security Agent at Hotel	Moskva			Iurii Liubimov
Administrator on duty					Petr Savin
The real engineer Leont´ev				Mikhail Sidorkin
Violinist						Viacheslav Gostinskii
Major							Mikhail Maiorov
Leonid							Pavel Sukhanov
German General 						Boris Svoboda
Volonel Sviridov					Konstantin Nassonov
Lieutenant Martynov					Vasilii Neshchiplenko
Colonel							Viktor Bubnov
70 minutes 30 seconds
In Russian without subtitles

AND

FAINTSIMMER, Aleksandr and LEGOSHIN, Vladimir
U nikh est´ rodina [They Have a Motherland]

Kinostudiia khudozhestvennykh fil´mov imeni M. Gor´kogo, 1949; released 20 March 1950
Screenplay: Sergei Mikhalkov, from his play of the same name
Photography: Aleksandr Gintsburg
Production design: Aleksandr Dikhtiar
Music: Aram Khachaturain

Ira Sokolova						Natasha Zashchipina
Sasha Butuzov						Lenia Kotov
Lieutenant Colonel Aleksei Dobrynin			Pavel Kadochnikov
Sasha's mother						Vera Maretskaia
Major Vsevolod Sorokin					Vsevolod Sanaev
Smaida Landmane						Lidiia Smirnova
Kurt Krauss, the driver					Gennadii Iudin
Frau Wurst						Faina Ranevskaia
Upmanis							Vladimir Solov´ev
Captain Robert Scott, the Head of the Orphanage		Mikhail Astangov
Colonel Berkeley					Viktor Stanitsyn
Cook, the Chairman of the Commission			Aleksandr Khokhlov
Captain Johnson						V. Renin
Dodge, a photo-journalist				Iudif´ Glezer
Café visitor						Nikolai Grabbe
American officer					Vladimir Lepko
Soviet prisoner						Liubov´ Sokolova
Weavers							Elena Anufrieva, Zoia Vasil´kova, Aleksandra Danilova,
							Elena Maksimova, Tamara Iarenko
Petrov							Dmitrii Dubov
Soviet Officer						Pavel Geraga
American soldier					Nikolai Arskii
American officer					Vladimir Lepko
Café visitors						Nikolai Grabbe, Aleksei Dobronravov
Members of Commission 					Nina Bershadskaia, Vladimir Tsoppi
Stenographer						Anna Pavlova
Commandant						Evgenii Morgunov
Colonel							Konstantin Nassonov
Women at aerodrome					Anna Volgina, Tat´iana Guretskaia, Varvara Miasnikova, 
							Liubov´ Studneva, Nina Shaternikova
German officer						Mikhail Grodskii
Head of Camp						Vasilii Bokarev
84 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

FAINTSIMMER, Aleksandr and KORSH-SABLIN, Vladimir
Konstantin Zaslonov

Belorus´fil´m, Minsk, 1949; released 12 November 1949
Screenplay: Arkadii Movzon
Photography: Aleksandr Gintsburg
Production design: Mikhail Iuferov
Music: Anatolii Bogatyrev

Konstantin Zaslonov					Vladimir Druzhnikov
Secretary of the Central Committee of 
  the Communist Party of Belorussia			Iurii Tolubeev
Andrei Petrovich, 
  Secretary of the Regional Committee of the Party	Aleksandr Khvylia
Anton Kroplia						Gleb Glebov
Shurmin							Vladimir Dorofeev
Krushina						Vladimir Dediushko
Timka Dokutovich					Vladimir Balashov
Galina	 Ponashchik					Inna Kondrat´eva
Ania							Lidiia Shtykan
Semenikhin						Vladimir Mar´ev
Buravchik, a traitor					Zdislav Stomma
Radio operator						El´vira Lutsenko
Krylovich						Stepan Krylov
Alekseev						Anatolii Alekseev
Petrus´							Nikolai Stepanov
The Germans:
Kube							Iakov Maliutin
Hirth							Gennadii Michurin
Neihaus							Vladimir Solov´ev
Hammer, a Volksdeutsch					Lev Fenin
Kurt							Sergei Filippov
71 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages No subtitles
Features Film and Chapter selection
Source Tetris

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