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Minin i Pozharskiy (1939)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aleksandr Khanov ...
Kuzma Minin
Boris Livanov ...
Knyaz Pozharsky
Boris Chirkov ...
Roman
Anatoli Goryunov ...
Getman Khodkevich (as A. Goryunov)
Lev Sverdlin ...
Vladimir Moskvin ...
Stepan Khoroshev (as V. Moskvin)
Sergey Komarov ...
Knyaz Trubetskoi
Yevgeniy Kaluzhsky ...
Ivan Zarutskiy (as Ye. Kaluzhsky)
Lev Fenin ...
Smit
Mikhail Astangov ...
King Sigismund
Ivan Chuvelyov ...
Vaska
Vladimir Dorofeyev ...
Nelyub Ovtsin
Yevgeni Gurov ...
De Mallo
Yelizaveta Kuzyurina ...
Pozharskiy's wife (as Ye. Kuzyurina)
Nina Nikitina ...
Palashka
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3 November 1939 (Soviet Union)  »

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The worst and most false historic film ever made
8 October 2005 | by (Poland) – See all my reviews

This terrible film is a good example of how soviet movie makers served to the Stalin's regime. It's a typical soviet film having completely nothing to do with the historic true. Remarkable it was made in 1939, the year when Red Army together with Hitler's troops invaded Poland; so the main purpose of Pudovkin's movie was obvious - to show how savage and cruel were Polish occupants of Moscow's Kremlin in the beginning of 17th century. In the last film scene we see Polish cavalry, hussard's, escaping from a battlefield. In reality, during the battle of Kluszyn (04th July 1610)30 000 Russians escaped quickly after a short battle against 7000 Polish Army - this example shows how historical truth was shown in this "masterpiece".


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