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Neulovimye mstiteli (1967)

A group of teenagers named "Imperceptible avengers" fight on the side of red army during the civil war in Russia.

Director:

Edmond Keosayan

Writers:

Pavel Blyakhin (story "Krasnye dyavolyata"), Edmond Keosayan | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Viktor Kosykh ... Dan'ka (as Vitya Kosykh)
Mikhail Metyolkin ... Valerka (as Misha Metyolkin)
Vasiliy Vasilev ... Yashka-tsygan (as Vasya Vasilyev)
Valentina Kurdyukova ... Ksanka (as Valya Kurdyukova)
Lev Sverdlin
Yefim Kopelyan ... Ataman Burmash
Vladimir Treshchalov ... Sidor Lutiy
Boris Sichkin ... Buba Kastorskiy
Inna Churikova
Nadezhda Fedosova
Gleb Strizhenov
Saveliy Kramarov
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lev Barashkov ... The executor of a song 'Satan'.
Vladimir Belokurov ... Otets-filosof (as V. Belokurov)
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Storyline

A version of a story about four youngsters who become heroes in the Russian Civil War. Danka, orphaned son of a Red Army agent, whose father was tortured and executed by the warlord Lyuty before his eyes, and his sister Ksanka join Valerka, a former schoolboy, and Yashka, a devil-may-care gypsy. They make a pledge of mutual assistance, determined to exact revenge on the bandits who are bringing so much suffering to peaceful villagers. The friends then embark on a series of daring adventures. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Followed by Korona Rossiyskoy Imperii, ili Snova Neulovimye (1971) See more »

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guilty pleasure
7 February 2009 | by vladimir fuksaSee all my reviews

My feelings while watching this movie? Guilty pleasure from observing this completely stupid, deceitful, calculated workpiece. Movie is full of Bolshevik ideology disguised as entertainment, fun and thrill, it steals aesthetics, situations, dialogues, characters and actions from westerns. Each villain wears no black top-hat and cutaway but Cossack uniform. Lively scenes are interlaced with idyllic takes or "profound" chit-chat - spectacular sentences pronounced by twelve year kids. Aim of this movie? Nothing more and nothing other than brainwashing. Copingstone - heroes riding away into giant, sanguine falling sun - made me laugh.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

29 April 1967 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

The Elusive Revengers See more »

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Production Co:

Mosfilm See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Sovcolor)
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