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Putyovka v zhizn ()


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Young hobos are brought to a new camp to become good Soviet citizens. This camp works without any guards, and it works well. But crooks kill one of the young people when they try to damage... See more »

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Nikolai Sergeiev
Yvan Kyrlya ...
'Dandy' Mustapha
Mikhail Dzhagofarov ...
Nikolai 'Kolka' Rebrov
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Tomka Zhigan
Aleksandr Novikov ...
Vasha Busa, a Wild Boy
Mariya Andropova ...
Maria Skriabina
Vladimir Vesnovsky ...
Mr. Rebrov
Mariya Gonfa ...
Lelka, aka 'Merizhka'
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bozhak Besprizornykh
Tsifan Kyriya
Viktor Lazarev
Vladimir Uralskiy
Regina Yanushkevich ...
Mrs. Rebrova

Directed by

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Nikolai Ekk

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Osip Brik ... () (uncredited)
 
Nikolai Ekk ... ()
 
Anton Makarenko ... (book)
 
Aleksandr Stolper ... ()
 
Regina Yanushkevich ... () (as R. Yanushkevich)

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Yakov Stollyar

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Vasili Pronin

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Aleksandr Evmenenko ... set designer (as A. Yevmenenko)
Ivan Stepanov ... set designer

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Yevgeni Nesterov ... sound (as Ye. Nesterov)

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Michael Gold ... subtitler: USA

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Plot Summary

Young hobos are brought to a new camp to become good Soviet citizens. This camp works without any guards, and it works well. But crooks kill one of the young people when they try to damage the newly build railroad to that camp. Written by Stephan Eichenberg

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Taglines FIRST RUSSIAN TALKING PICTURE - Titles In English See more »
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Also Known As
  • Путёвка в жизнь (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • A Ticket to Life (World-wide, English title)
  • Road to Life (United States)
  • Le chemin de la vie (France)
  • Der Weg ins Leben (Germany)
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  • 119 min
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Trivia First Soviet talking film. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in A szovjet hangosfilm 1930-1953 (1990). See more »

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