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Krasnaya ploshchad (1970)

Not Rated | | Drama, War | 30 November 1970 (Soviet Union)
Dramatizes, in an official Soviet government release, the rise of the Red Army and the revolution that they eventually won.

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(as Yu. Dunskiy), (as V. Frid)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergey Yakovlev ...
Aleksandr Kutepov ...
Vyacheslav Shalevich ...
Nikolay Kutasov
...
Dmitriy Amelin
Valentina Malyavina ...
Natasha Kutasova
Sergey Nikonenko ...
matros Volodya Koltsov
Uno Loyt ...
Uno Parts
Pavel Kormunin ...
Karpushonok
Viktor Shulgin ...
Kamyshov
Viktor Lakirev ...
Soldat (as V. Lakirev)
German Poloskov ...
Soldat (as G. Poloskov)
Igor Surovtsev ...
Soldat (as I. Surovtsev)
Pyotr Trifonov ...
Soldat (as P. Trifonov)
Stanislav Mikhin ...
Soldat (as S. Mikhin)
Vladimir Protasenko ...
Soldat (as V. Protasenko)
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Storyline

Dramatizes, in an official Soviet government release, the rise of the Red Army and the revolution that they eventually won.

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Genres:

Drama | War

Certificate:

Not Rated
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30 November 1970 (Soviet Union)  »

Also Known As:

A cár tisztje és a komisszár  »

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Trivia

Even though he is not named, Leon Trotsky is shown briefly in this film. From the 1920s through to most of the 1980s, Trotsky name was banned from public mention and to display his image was considered a crime in most parts of the Republic. This is made all the more interesting, because this film was released as an official Soviet film in 1971. See more »

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