Call number: RD-333


KALIK, Mikhail
Do svidaniia, mal´chiki [Goodbye, Boys]

Mosfil´m, 1964; premiere 3 January 1966
Screenplay: Boris Balter, Mikhail Kalik, from the story by Boris Balter
Photography: Levan Paatashvili
Production design: Tamara Antonova
Music: Mikael Tariverdiev
Sound: V. Zorin

Volodia Belov	                                Evgenii Steblov
Sasha Kriger		                        Nikolai Dostal´ 
Vitia Anikin		                        Mikhail Kononov
Inka			                        Natal´ia Bogunova
Zhenia			                        Viktoriia Fedorova
Katia			                        Nina Rodionova
Tinman			                        Efim Kopelian
Aleksei, the Komsomol Secretary	                Aleksei Kuznetsov
Petr Anikin		                        Evgenii Perov
Nadezhda Aleksandrovna Belova, Volodia's mother	Angelina Stepanova
Military Commissar	                        Nikolai Grabbe
Popandopulo		                        Maksim Grekov
Tartakovskii		                        Iosif Kolin
Brigade commander at kolkhoz	                Vladimir Burlakov
Lavrentii Petrovich	                        Pavel Vinnik
Sweet seller		                        Emmanuil Geller
Woman dancing wth the tinsmith		        Mikaela Drozdovskaia
Beautiful woman at beach	                Liliia Zhurkina
Magician		                        Konstantin Zaitsev
Beach photographer	                        Naum Kavunovskii
Woman on beach         	                        El´za Lezhdei
School director	                                N. Markin
Sonia, Sasha's mother	                        Evgeniia Mel´nikova
Fat man in tiubiteika with child	        Evgenii Morgunov
Inquisitive workman		                Vladimir Pitsek
Sasha's father		                        Mark Pertsovskii
Sailor			                        Viktor Suskin
Master of ceremonies		                Boris Sichkin
Fat viewer at summer theatre	                Aleksandr Tkachenko
Actor			                        El´ Traktovenko
John Danker, the 'king' of Hawaiian guitar	Gurgen Tonunts
Neuropathologist	                        Georgii Tusuzov
Sailor			                        Gennadii Iukhtin
Inka's father		                        Evgenii Burenkov
77 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

Source: NTV, Nashe kino, 29 January 2002
System: Pal

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