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Balkan ekspres (1983)

Group of petty criminals is trying to make some money under the disguise of musical band in Nazi-occupied Serbia.

Director:

Branko Baletic

Writer:

Gordan Mihic
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dragan Nikolic ... Popaj
Bora Todorovic Bora Todorovic ... Pik
Tanja Boskovic Tanja Boskovic ... Lili
Velimir 'Bata' Zivojinovic ... Stojcic (as Bata Zivojinovic)
Olivera Markovic Olivera Markovic ... Tetka
Radko Polic Radko Polic ... Kapetan Ditrih
Toma Zdravkovic Toma Zdravkovic ... Pevac Slavuj
Branko Cvejic Branko Cvejic ... Kostica
Bogdan Diklic ... Zuti
Ratko Tankosic Ratko Tankosic ... Kelner (as Rale Tankosic)
Milo Miranovic Milo Miranovic ... Agent Kacarevic
Predrag Miletic Predrag Miletic ... Nemacki oficir Gerd
Milan Erak Milan Erak ... Bosko
Gojko Baletic Gojko Baletic ... Kelner
Heidi Baletic Heidi Baletic ... Mala Jevrejka (as Hajdana Baletic)
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Group of petty criminals is trying to make some money under the disguise of musical band in Nazi-occupied Serbia.

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Genres:

Comedy | War

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Trivia

When Popaj (Dragan Nikolic) complains how Zuti (Bogdan Diklic) has stolen his watch, Pik (Bora Todorovic) says - "Onu tvoju Dohu?" (That Doha of yours). Corect name of the watch is Doxa, but X is read in cyrilic scrypt as H. Bora Todorovic got the idea for the joke few years before, while sitting in Kafana Komunalac - it was in fact saidt to him, while he was showing his Doxa watch. See more »

Connections

Followed by Balkan Express 2 (1989) See more »

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One of the most popular yugoslav films
18 March 2020 | by halabarecSee all my reviews

I have to admit that there are funier and more original films in ex-yugoslavian time and space, but you have to realize, that in this one there are pure legends acting, including one wery popular singer in form of Toma Zdravkovic (the one that gets beaten by the german).


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Country:

Yugoslavia

Language:

Serbian | German

Release Date:

24 January 1983 (Yugoslavia) See more »

Also Known As:

Balkan Express See more »

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Production Co:

Art Film 80, Inex Film See more »
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Color
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