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Potseluy Meri Pikford (1927)

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Goga is a Russian man who has no luck with women. He has a chance meeting with Mary Pickford. She kisses him in full view of several and he instantly becomes attractive to them. They chase ... See full summary »

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Igor Ilyinsky ...
Goga
Anel Sudakevich ...
Duzya Galkina
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Vera Malinovskaya
Nikolai Rogozhin
Abram Room
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Goga is a Russian man who has no luck with women. He has a chance meeting with Mary Pickford. She kisses him in full view of several and he instantly becomes attractive to them. They chase him through streets, a la Buster Keaton in _Seven Chances_ (1925). Written by Steven W. Siferd <72233.741@compuserve.com>

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9 September 1927 (Soviet Union)  »

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The footage of Pickford and Fairbanks was shot during their trip to the USSR. They knowingly participated as a gesture towards the new Russian film industry. See more »

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Referenced in Bowfinger (1999) See more »

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Russian silent comedy holds up well after 70 years
23 April 1999 | by (Nebraska) – See all my reviews

A long-time lost classic, this Russian comedy adapts well for today's audiences. Although not a laugh riot (and the print that I saw not really good) the visual imagery and the sneaky cutting and editing of an unknowing Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks into the film makes this a must see, if for the history of its creation alone.


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