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Odinochnoye plavanye (1985)

Much of the movie's dialogue is in English with Russian dubbed over it.
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Mikhail Nozhkin ...
Major Shatokhin
Aleksandr Fatyushin ...
Sasha Kruglov
Sergey Nasibov ...
Sergei Danilov
Nartay Begalin ...
Parshin
Vitaliy Zikora ...
Jack Harrison
...
Major Jack Hessalt
Oleg Golubitsky ...
Admiral Repin
Valeri Vinogradov ...
Rear Admiral Yuriev (as V. Vinogradov)
Sergei Volkosh ...
(as S. Volkash)
Nikolay Lavrov ...
Sgt. Eddie Griffith
Yuriy Kolganov ...
(as Yu. Kolganov)
Boris Ogorodnikov ...
(as B. Ogorodnikov)
Kirill Vats ...
(as K. Vats)
Nikolai Kurnakov ...
(as N. Kurnakov)
Veronika Izotova ...
Caroline Harrison
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This 1985 action-adventure film pits a detachment of Soviet naval infantry (equivalent of the U.S. Marine Corps in the Soviet Union) against the CIA, U.S. Army, Air Force, and Navy. A CIA operation to prevent a summit that threatens to undermine profits of defense contractors goes awry, and Major Shatokhin of the Soviet naval infantry has to lead his men on a mission to prevent World War III. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Drama

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1985 (Soviet Union)  »

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Top Box Office Leader in USSR in 1986 (2-nd place, 40,7 million spectators). See more »

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At the end of the movie B-52, strategic bomber, destroys rebels base, though the rocket with nuclear warhead is still there. In reality this will cause serious consequences. See more »

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Sasha Kruglov: You BIIIITCH!
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This is the Russian "RAMBO"!
1 February 1999 | by (Florissant, Missouri) – See all my reviews

I remembered the publicity this movie received in 1986 in such publications as NEWSWEEK, and was curious to find out what it was like. I mail-ordered it from RBC Video in Brooklyn, NY. The movie, in its original Russian, reveals that the CIA appointed US Army major Jack Hessalt to be in charge of a secret missile base in the Atlantic Ocean. Jack is still troubled by memories of Vietnam, and soon goes berserk, taking control of the base and killing some crew members. Jack and his cronies commandeer a powerful missile and proceed to perform terrorism ... but they haven't counted on a rough-n-ready squad of Russian Marines who are determined to open a whole borscht-barrel of a*s-whuppin'. For an action movie, this isn't bad if you take into account that the Russian film- makers had NO access to huge Stallone- sized budgets and special effects. The level of production values for this mid-80's Soviet movie are about equal to what a mid-60's American movie would have.


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