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Duma o Kovpake: Nabat (1974)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Konstantin Stepankov ... Sidor Kovpak
Valentin Belokhvostik ... Semyon Rudnev
Mikhail Golubovich ... Fyodor Karpenko
Vitali Pivnenko Vitali Pivnenko ... Kolka Mudryy (as V. Pivnenko)
Makharbek Turiev Makharbek Turiev ... Turiyev (as M.Turiyev)
Mikhail Kokshenov ... Pavel Ustyuzhanin (as M. Kokshebov)
Lidiya Stilik ... Natalka (as L. Stilik)
Pyotr Lastivka ... Radik Rudnev (as P. Lastivka)
Aleksandr Gai ... Sanin (as A. Gai)
Yuri Prokopovich ... Didlov (as Yu. Prokopovich)
Yuriy Demich ... Seva Moshkin (as Yu. Demich)
Arkadiy Troshchanovskiy ... Borovoy (as A. Troshchanovskiy)
Yuriy Satarov ... Drozd (as Yu. Satarov)
Nikolai Pishvanov ... ded Moroz (as N. Pishvanov)
Yuriy Dubrovin ... Perepelitsa (as Yu. Dubrovin)
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Biography | War

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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

8 October 1974 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Poem of Kovpak: Alarm See more »

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Dovzhenko Film Studios See more »
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