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Six P.M. (1944) More at IMDbPro »V shest chasov vechera posle voyny (original title)


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Release Date:
26 January 1946 (USA) See more »
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Designed as a successor to "They Met In Moscow", with the same director, star and composer, "Six P.... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Marina Ladynina ... Varya Pankova
Evgeniy Samoylov ... Lieutenant Vasili Ivanovich Kudryashev
Ivan Lyubeznov ... Lieutenant Pavel Demidov
Ariadna Lysak ... Fekla, aka Fenya (as A. Lysak)
Yelena Savitskaya ... Ekaterina 'Aunt Katya' Mikhailovna (as E. Savitskaya)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Aleksandr Antonov ... Commander (uncredited)
Tatyana Barysheva ... Inhabitant of the house #5 (uncredited)
Aleksandra Danilova ... Anti-aircraft gunner (uncredited)
Tatyana Govorkova ... Neighbor (uncredited)
Stepan Krylov ... Soldier (uncredited)
Evgeniy Morgunov ... Artilleryman (uncredited)
Irina Murzayeva ... Pianist (uncredited)

Lyudmila Semyonova ... Anti-aircraft gunner (uncredited)
Margarita Zharova ... Collective farmer (uncredited)

Directed by
Ivan Pyrev  (as Ivan Pyryev)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Viktor Gusev 

Original Music by
Tikhon Khrennikov 
 
Cinematography by
Valentin Pavlov 
 
Film Editing by
Anna Kulganek  (as A. A. Kulganek)
 
Production Design by
Boris Chebotaryov  (as B. M. Chebotaryov)
Aleksei Utkin  (as A. Utkin)
 
Makeup Department
Vera Rudina .... makeup artist (as V. F. Rudina)
 
Production Management
A.G. Dlugach .... production director
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gennadiy Kazanskiy .... second unit director (as G. Kazanskiy)
Gennadiy Kazanskiy .... second unit director
Vladimir Nemolyayev .... second unit director (as V. Nemolyaev)
 
Sound Department
Vyacheslav Leshchyov .... sound (as V. A. Leshchyov)
Leonid Voskalchuk .... sound recordist (1969 revision)
 
Special Effects by
Lyudmila Aleksandrovskaya .... special effects art director (as L. Aleksandrovskaya)
Boris Aretskiy .... special effects photographer (as B. A. Aretskiy)
F. Krasny .... special effects director (as F. Krasnyy)
Yuri Shvets .... special effects art director (as Yu. Shvets)
D. Suvorov .... special effects second photographer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Amina Akhmetova .... second unit cinematographer (as A. Akhmetova)
A. Priezzhev .... second unit cinematographer (as A. Priezzhaev)
 
Music Department
I. Evteev-Volskiy .... musical arrangement (as I. Ya. Evteev-Volskiy)
N. Zhukov .... conductor (as N. M. Zhukov)
 
Other crew
Grigoriy Aleksandrov .... artistic producer
I.S. Prochko .... technical consultant: artillery (as General-Lieutenant I.S. Prochko)
Dmitriy Vasilev .... supervisor (1969 revision)
 

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Also Known As:
"V shest chasov vechera posle voyny" - Soviet Union (original title)
"Six O'Clock in the Evening After the War" - International (English title)
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100 min | 94 min (1969 re-release) | USA:65 min
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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Chorus of Soldiers, 4 November 2012
Author: boblipton from New York City

A pretty good operetta by Pyrev, starring his wife and Yevgeni Samojlov, this one has some good numbers -- startling to see them performed by a chorus of soldiers in the snow -- some nice war footage as Samojlov calls in an artillery strike in the snow, and three, count 'em, three tacked on endings, including the obligatory Thanks to Stalin ending as they finally meet at 6PM after the war. Everyone winds up being insufferably noble and fouling things up so that what would seem to be a properly tragic ending gets sorted out nicely.

If it weren't for the fact that it's in black & white, everyone speaks Russian and there are real war scenes, it reminds me of the sort of oversaturated musical that Fox was making in this period starring Betty Grable and John Payne. Heck, second lead Ivan Lyubeznov makes me think of Jack Oakie!

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