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The Horsemen (1950)

Smelye lyudi (original title)
The rival of a worker on a Cossack stud farm exposes him during the war as a Nazi and rescues the owner's daughter from a train about to be blown up by partisans.

Director:

Konstantin Yudin
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sergei Gurzo ... Vasili Terentyevich 'Vasya' Govorukhin
Tamara Chernova ... Nadezhda Petrovna 'Nadya' Voronova
Aleksey Gribov ... Konstantin Sergeyevich Voronov
Oleg Solyus ... Vadim Nikolayevich Beletsky
Sergey Bobrov ... Prokhor Ilyich, kolkhoz secretary (as S. Bobrov)
Vladimir Dorofeyev ... Kapiton Kapitonovich, the veterinarian
Georgi Gumilevsky ... Uncle Stepan
Oleg Pototsky Oleg Pototsky ... Kolya Devyatkin
Nikolai Mordvinov Nikolai Mordvinov ... Kozhin, partisan leader
Grigoriy Shpigel ... Pvt. Schults
Rostislav Plyatt ... Capt. Schwalb
Kapan Badyrov Kapan Badyrov ... Hakim (as K. Badyrov)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leonid Kmit
Tatyana Nikulina Tatyana Nikulina
Viktor Proklov Viktor Proklov ... Unspecified Wrangler (as V. Proklov)
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Storyline

The rival of a worker on a Cossack stud farm exposes him during the war as a Nazi and rescues the owner's daughter from a train about to be blown up by partisans.

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Genres:

Drama | Sport | War

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Details

Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian | German

Release Date:

27 January 1951 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Company Credits

Production Co:

Goskino,Mosfilm See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Magicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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