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Posledniat voyvoda (1968)

Mityo Ganev is a leader of the armed bandits. The authorities accuse the Communists of his robberies. The detachment commander, Chalaka, and Mityo Ganev have a meeting but fail to reach an ... See full summary »

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Nikola Valchev

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vasil Popiliev Vasil Popiliev ... Mityu Ganev
Bogomil Simeonov Bogomil Simeonov ... Chalaka
Emil Grekov Emil Grekov ... Daskala
Asparuh Sariev Asparuh Sariev ... Velyu (as Aszparuh Sarjev)
Venelin Pekhlivanov Venelin Pekhlivanov ... Polkovnik Streltchev
Yordan Spasov Yordan Spasov ... Polkovnik Gasharov
Nikolay Doychev Nikolay Doychev ... Manahail
Ivan Kasabov Ivan Kasabov ... Draganov
Hristo Dinev Hristo Dinev ... Predstavitelyat na Tzentralniya komitet
Todor Todorov Todor Todorov ... Lilo
Nikola Anastasov Nikola Anastasov ... Fotografat
Svoboda Molerova Svoboda Molerova ... Manahilitza
Nina Chepisheva Nina Chepisheva ... Gasharova
Bozhidar Lechev Bozhidar Lechev ... Tomasyan
Stefan Petrov Stefan Petrov ... Krachmaryat
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Mityo Ganev is a leader of the armed bandits. The authorities accuse the Communists of his robberies. The detachment commander, Chalaka, and Mityo Ganev have a meeting but fail to reach an agreement. The police burn out Mityo's house and send his mother into internal exile. Chalaka cuts him off from his logistical support base. Mityo agrees to join the partisan detachment. Mityo and Velyo hold up the paymaster of the army garrison. When they take the money, Mityo wants to give it to the family of the exiles. Enraged, Velyo hands the detachment over to the Colonel. Mityo kills the traitor. The police and he army launch a major operation against the partisans. In a fierce battle, Chalaka leads the detachment out of encirclement while Mityo covers their retreat. A bullet hits him. Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

12 January 1968 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Aufstand in den Rhodopen See more »

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