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Lord and Lady Glenarvan found a bottle in the ocean. this bottle contained a letter from captain Grant that he and 2 of his sailors had survived a disaster in sea and need help. Unfortunately, the letter was damaged by water, and only latitude is known (37 degrees), but no longitude. The Glenarvans decide to find captain Grant. Written by
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In my opinion one of the best Russian movies. The plot is kept quite close to the original novel written by J.Verne although the ending is different (also very good). In my country this movie was shown once a year and everyone stopped to do what they were doing and watched it. The movie had only one minus - it was divided into seven parts and usually you could see only one part per day. The director had chosen perfect actors, for example, Lembit Ulfsak was a perfect Paganel. Mainly this is what I wanted to say about this film. Bye.
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