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Spring Song (1941)
"Anton Ivanovich serditsya" (original title)

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Cast overview:
Nikolai Konovalov ...
Anton Ivanovich Voronov (as N. Konovalov)
Lyudmila Tselikovskaya ...
Serafima "Sima" Antonovna Voronova
Pavel Kadochnikov ...
Aleksei Petrovich Mukhin
Aleksandr Orlov ...
Jakov Grigoryevich Kirbik (as A. Orlov)
Tamara Pavlotskaya ...
Yadviga Valentinovna Kholodetskaya (as T. Pavlotskaya)
Tamara Glebova ...
Natalya Mikhailovna Voronva (as T. Glebova)
Tatyana Kondrakova ...
Dina Antonovna Voronova
Sergei Martinson ...
Anatoli Korolkevich ...
Stephan Stepanovich Skvoreshnikov
Vladimir Gardin ...
V. Kilchevskii ...
Unidentified Player [Cast Name: Rollandov]


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29 August 1941 (Soviet Union)  »

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it was quite boring to watch
16 September 2008 | by (Ulan-Ude, Russia) – See all my reviews

It is the story about old professor of music (Anton Ivanovich), who is fond of Serious classic composers like Bach for example. His daughter got engaged in singing for operetta instead of becoming serious opera singer. That explains the title of the movie. A few lies, a few misunderstandings and nothing really funny. "Bliznetsy" - another comedy with Tselikovskaya - is more entertaining. Musical performances are quite dull (just my opinion). Sound was so bad that I, by the way native Russian speaker, was not able to comprehend what they were singing about. May be, if you watch it translated into English, it will appear better way. I don't know. The only good thing I can tell is that acting was really nice.

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