Cast overview, first billed only:
Mikhail Bolduman ...
Samuel Steal
Sofiya Pilyavskaya ...
Doris Steal
Valentina Ushakova ...
Jen O'Connel
Nikolai Timofeyev ...
Allan O'Connel
Vsevolod Larionov ...
Harry Steal
Vladimir Belokurov ...
Upton Bruce
Rostislav Plyatt ...
Grigori Kirillov ...
Dr. Kurt Schneider (as Gennadi Kirillov)
Aleksandr Khanov ...
Charles Armstrong
Valeriy Lekarev ...
Gideon Smith (as V. Lekarev)
Gennadi Yudin ...
Dick Jones
Zana Zanoni ...
Mary Robinson
D. Kolmogorov ...
Ben Robinson
Aleksandr Pelevin ...
Joe Twist
Lidiya Smirnova ...
Flossy Beit


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19 October 1953 (Soviet Union)  »

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Silver Dust  »

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Must see for anyone looking into how American political system works.
24 December 2016 | by (Russia) – See all my reviews

"Serebristaya pyl" (Silver powder) is a brilliant Soviet rendition of a novel "Jackalls" written by the Estonian writer. The search for "wunderwaffe" never stopped since the guns of the WWII ceased to fire, and continued in the labs of the mighty American military industrial complex, not without help of nazi scientists who preferred rather to work for yankees than be hanged in Nurnberg. The movie shows the fantastic abilities of the military science, the messianic ambitions of the American elites, the greed and corruption of the top ranks, the certain strings which help the elites to cement and rule the American society, the strange twists of the popular mind, disregard of ethics when ethics become an obstacle in the way to the coveted goal, all packed into a thrilling edge-of-the-seat political sci-fi detective. A brilliant invention by the American scientist of a highly effective radioactive poison which self-decomposes and becomes harmless in just several days after military deployment in the enemy's territory gives a start to a cut-throat competition between two large Wall-Street corporations or trusts wishing to appear as the invention owners. All means go and no ethics are observed.

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