Semyon Gorbunkov goes on a cruise. In Istanbul, he slips and breaks his arm. What he didn't know is that this was a signal for a gang of smugglers (a real smuggler - Gena - was also on board the same ship). So his arm gets bandaged with gold and diamonds. After he returns home, the gangsters are trying to get their stuff back, while the police try to catch them using Gorbunkov and his arm.
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Did You Know?
When Leonid Gaidai
presented the film to the censors, he added a nuclear explosion footage into the epilogue, and refused to remove it, and only agreed after an extensive argument. This allowed him to sneak in some controversial (by the USSR's measures) material such as striptease, drunken debauchery and references to prostitution. See more
During Kozodoev's dream sequence of the arm cast flying around a dark room, the upper body of a person wearing the cast, dressed in black, is visible See more
Well, where am I supposed to walk my dog?
You were presented with your own apartment - do your walking in there!
The summary of the first part of the movie, written in an extremely small and blurry font, races through the screen in a matter of two seconds. See more
Spoofed in Dnevnoy dozor
Pesnya o zaytsakh
("A song about hares")
Written by Aleksandr Zatsepin
and Leonid Derbenyov
Performed by Yuriy Nikulin See more