The Bolsheviks try to retake a Russian city from tsarist and French forces in the aftermath of the Revolution. A local poet helps the Bolsheviks with writing two poems, one for the May Day celebration and one for the celebration of the Bolshevik victory against tsarist and foreign forces.

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Nikolai Tzarev, communist leader
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Olga, communist agent
Sergei Dvorzhetsky ...
Nikolai Tarasov, communist poet (as S. Dvorzhetsky)
Zoya Fyodorova ...
Katherine Tarasova, mother of Nikolai (as Z. Fyodorova)
I. Kolin ...
Pharmacist
Olga Vikland ...
Pharmacist's wife
Pyotr Aleynikov ...
Stepan - Red Army soldier
Vsevolod Larionov ...
Sergei Orlovsky - anti-communist
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Father Orlovsky
Ivan Koval-Samborsky ...
Colonel
Vera Altayskaya ...
Secretary
Pyotr Berezov ...
Artist
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French soldier
Tatyana Guretskaya ...
Communist agent
Rina Zelyonaya ...
Poet
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The Bolsheviks try to retake a Russian city from tsarist and French forces in the aftermath of the Revolution. A local poet helps the Bolsheviks with writing two poems, one for the May Day celebration and one for the celebration of the Bolshevik victory against tsarist and foreign forces.

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9 February 1957 (Soviet Union)  »

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