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Tudor Vladimirescu fights against the Ottoman Turkish domination of Romania and the social agitation ,his story includes the war between Russia and Turkey from 18o6 to 1812,for which he was decorated by the Russians.

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Lucian Bratu
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Emanoil Petrut Emanoil Petrut ... Tudor Vladimirescu
George Vraca George Vraca ... banul Brancoveanu
Alexandru Giugaru Alexandru Giugaru ... bojer Glogoveanu
Lica Gheorghiu Lica Gheorghiu ... Aristita (as Lica Gheorghiu)
Geo Barton Geo Barton ... Benescu
Toma Dimitriu Toma Dimitriu ... Mitropolitul
Fory Etterle Fory Etterle ... Rasid Pasa (as Fory Eterle)
Gheorghe Maruta Gheorghe Maruta ... Ipsilante (as George Maruta)
A. Pop Martian A. Pop Martian
Manu Nedeianu Manu Nedeianu
Amza Pellea Amza Pellea ... Gîrbea fiul
Ion Besoiu Ion Besoiu ... Zoican
Ernest Maftei Ernest Maftei ... Pârvu
Vasile Ichim Vasile Ichim ... Studentul
Alexandru Azoitei Alexandru Azoitei ... (as Al. Azoitei)
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Tudor Vladimirescu fights against the Ottoman Turkish domination of Romania and the social agitation ,his story includes the war between Russia and Turkey from 18o6 to 1812,for which he was decorated by the Russians.

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Biography | Drama

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Country:

Romania

Language:

Romanian

Release Date:

18 November 1963 (Romania) See more »

Also Known As:

Das Schwert des Falken See more »

Filming Locations:

Romania

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Production Co:

Filmstudio Bucuresti See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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29 October 2017 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

one of my favorite films. behind its artistic virtues. behind the historical portraits, not loyal to real facts. because it represents the beginning of a trend in Romanian cinema. because it is testimony about a time. and, off course, for the splendid spirit of the irony. because the use of history for legitimate the political vision of Communist Party is described by the presence of Lica Gheorghiu,the daughter of the most important Communist leader of period and her dialogues with Emanoil Gheorghiu or George Vraca. or by the Oltenian songs, one of the great good points of film. or, not the least, for George Vraca performance. but, first, the great virtue of film remains the impressive job of Emanoil Petruț.


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