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Absolutely Seriously (1961)

Sovershenno seryozno (original title)
An interesting voyage through the Soviet television and film industry.

Writers:

Emil Braginskiy (segment), Vladimir Dykhovichnyy (segment) | 8 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Anatoliy Papanov ... Editor (segment "Kak sozdavalsya Robinzon")
Sergey Filippov ... Writer (segment "Kak sozdavalsya Robinzon")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Serafim Anikeyev Serafim Anikeyev ... Cafe Visitor (segment "Priyatnogo appetita")
Aleksandr Belyavskiy ... (segment "Inostrantsy")
Tatyana Bestayeva ... (segment "Inostrantsy")
Georgiy Georgiu ... Shop Director (segment "Istoriya s pirozhkami")
Svetlana Kharitonova
Mariya Kravchunovskaya ... Grandmother (segment "Inostrantsy")
Vladimir Kulik Vladimir Kulik ... Speculator in foreign currency Zhora Volobuyev (segment "Inostrantsy")
Georgiy Millyar ... Shveitsar
Mariya Mironova ... Zhora's mother (segment "Inostrantsy")
Evgeniy Morgunov ... «Byvalyy» (segment "Pyos Barbos i neobychajnij kross")
Yuriy Nikulin ... «Balbes» (segment "Pyos Barbos i neobychajnij kross")
Boris Novikov ... Head Of Department (segment "Istoriya s pirozhkami")
Rostislav Plyatt ... Customer (segment "Istoriya s pirozhkami")
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Storyline

Sergey Filippov will spend us along film studio corridors where the comedy almanac is removed. There the full mess is created, but it isn't less of it in short stories of the almanac, the most known of which - "A dog Barbos and an unusual cross-country".

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Trivia

Sergey Filippov and Anatoliy Papanov, who were starring in the segment "How Robinson was created", based on a short story by Ilja Il'f and Yevgeniy Petrov, were both starring in two separate adaptations of "The Twelve Chairs", another novel by Il'f and Petrov, playing the same role of Kisa Vorob'yaninov. Filippov was playing the role in the 1971-Adaptation "12 stulev", directed by Leonid Gaidai, and Papanov was playing that role in the 1976 adaptation "12 stulyev", directed by Mark Zakharov. See more »

Goofs

In the segment "Innostranzy" Shora is playing the folksong "Svetit mesyaz" Balalaika. However the movements on the balalaika don't fit the music. See more »

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Official Sites:

Mosfilm [Russia]

Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

18 September 1961 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Absolutely Seriously See more »

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Mosfilm See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (35 mm version)
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