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Liebesnächte in der Taiga (1967)

Enemies square off in a battle of life and death, surrounded by nothing but the dangers of a forest.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Frank Heller
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Ludmilla Barankova
Stanislav Ledinek ...
Colonel Karpuchin
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Colonel Kirk
Rolf Boysen ...
Karpuchin
Biggi Freyer ...
Marta Barinskaya
Hellmut Lange ...
Captain Jimmy Braddock
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Jurij
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Bibi Randall
Christiane Nielsen ...
Tanja
Kurd Pieritz ...
Kusnezoff
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Nadja
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Markjoff
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Enemies square off in a battle of life and death, surrounded by nothing but the dangers of a forest.

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Drama | Thriller

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5 October 1967 (West Germany)  »

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Code Name: Kill  »

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1.75 : 1
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Ludmilla
Music by Manfred Hübler, Lyrics (Russian) by Ivan Rebroff, Lyrics (German) by Hans Bradtke
Performed by Orchester Manfred Hübler
Sung by Ivan Rebroff
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Escape From Taiga but... escape from the boredom, too!
13 January 2003 | by (Brasilia, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Weak, extremely boring drama concerning the secret mission of an agent(Hunter) infiltrated in a Russian prison, located in Siberia, to give escape to another agent captured by the communists. Typical example of the movies that were made in the times of the Cold War. Unfortunately, this one is a complete misfire. Based on a story by the German best selling author Heinz Konsalik.

I give this a 4 (four).


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