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In this comic but dated story, nerdy Shurik travels to the Caucasus in search of native legends and folklore. But what he finds is a beautiful girl whom, due to intoxication and deceit of the local "gang", he ends up literally stealing for the local deceitful governor. All the time Shurik thinks that it is all just a one old Caucasian custom. When he, finally, realizes what he did he goes out in search for the girl of his dreams. Written by
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The opening scene was supposed to be: Morgunov appears besides a wall and writes a big "X" (pronounced 'h') on it. He then walks away and Nikulin steps into the frame and adds Y (pronounced 'u'), thus creating the beginning of a famous Russian curse... He then runs away, Vitzin approaches the wall and adds "DOZHESTVENNYI FILM", making it a phrase with a meaning similiar to "motion picture" in English. This scene was censored by the Communist Party officials. The film itself has a tremendously stupid plot, making it even funnier. 8/10
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