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Commisar Danilov (Character)
from Enemy at the Gates (2001)

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Enemy at the Gates -- Two Russian and German snipers play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad.
Enemy at the Gates -- Two Russian and German snipers play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad.
Enemy at the Gates -- U.S. and Afghan Soldiers react to a Vehicle Bourne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) that exploded at the traffic control point at Joint Combat Out Post Salerno in Khost, Afghanistan.

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  1. Enemy at the Gates (2001) Played by Joseph Fiennes
    ... aka "Stalingrad" - Japan (English title)

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From Enemy at the Gates (2001)
Danilov: On this day, September 20th 1942, a young shepherd boy from the Urals arrived in the city of Stalingrad on the banks of the Volga. His name is Vassilij Zaitzev. Like thousands before him he came to answer comrade Stalin's call. Armed only with a rifle, he quickly made the fascist invader realise that from now on he would be punished for every step he took in the motherland, that from here on the only way was back. See more »

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