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Song of Russia (1944)

Passed  -  Drama | Music | Romance  -  February 1944 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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John Meredith
Susan Peters ...
Nadya Stepanova
John Hodiak ...
Boris Bulganov
Robert Benchley ...
Hank Higgins
Felix Bressart ...
Petrov
Michael Chekhov ...
Ivan Stepanov
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Peter Bulganov
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Anna Bulganov
Patricia Prest ...
Stasha Bulganov
Joan Lorring ...
Sonia
Vladimir Sokoloff ...
Alexander Meschkov
Leo Mostovoy ...
Yanovich
Leo Bulgakov ...
Professor Faber
Zoia Karabanova ...
Natasha Bulganov
Konstantin Shayne ...
Wounded Soldier (as Konstantine Shayne)
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A snow battle sequence was filmed in the Sierra Mountains of California in March 1943 with experts Eric Lundquist and Nils Larsen portraying Polish skiers, but the sequence was not used in the film. See more »

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Referenced in Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life (1997) See more »

Soundtracks

The Music Goes Round and Round
(1935)
Music by Edward Farley and Mike Riley
Lyrics by 'Red' Hodgson
Played by a band in a Moscow nightclub and sung by Adia Kuznetzoff and others in English and Russian
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It may have been a turkey, but .....
29 June 2003 | by See all my reviews

This was the first film that I can recall seeing, way back in the 1940s. I was about 6 or 7 years old at the time (I'm now 66). I can remember nothing of the rose-tinted picture of Stalin's Russia described in John Barnes' comments.

In fact, I can recall little of the plot, other than that it featured an orchestral conductor and extracts from Tchaikovsky's 1st Piano Concerto. Thus, the film introduced me to Tchaikovsky and classical music and, for that, I am eternally grateful.


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