Bulgarski orli (1941)

The pilots Boris and Stoyan are in love with Zora. She prefers Boris. They go to the nightclub. There Boris falls for the singer who is an agent of a foreign intelligence service. The two ... See full summary »

Director:

Boris Borozanov

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Irina Taseva Irina Taseva ... Zora
Nikola Ikonomov Nikola Ikonomov ... Polkovnik Iliev
Kiril Vasilev Kiril Vasilev ... Poruchik Boris Iliev
Kiril Kasabov Kiril Kasabov ... Poruchik Stoyan Zdravkov
Zora Ogneva Zora Ogneva ... Blasko
Yordan Seykov Yordan Seykov ... Chicho Spas
Mariya Stoyanova Mariya Stoyanova ... Rita
Barteneff Barteneff ... Generalat (as Sergey Bartenev)
Marin Toshev Marin Toshev ... Adyutantat
Alexander Stoyanov Alexander Stoyanov ... Shpioninat
Stoyan Evgeniev Stoyan Evgeniev ... Politzeyskiyat agent
Konstantin Paunov Konstantin Paunov ... Mazhat ot kabareto
Nadya Mincheva Nadya Mincheva
Lilyana Beron Lilyana Beron
Atanas Petrov Atanas Petrov
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Storyline

The pilots Boris and Stoyan are in love with Zora. She prefers Boris. They go to the nightclub. There Boris falls for the singer who is an agent of a foreign intelligence service. The two of them dance together. A general mobilization is announced on the radio. The singer is arrested. Boris and Stoyan go to a special mission. Their aircraft bomb enemy targets. Zora becomes a nurse. She worries about Boris's fate. The two pilots have been taken prisoners. Foreign general interrogates them. He cannot get any information out of them. A cunning trick of Stoyan gives Boris a chance to escape. Boris comes to Zora in the military hospital. Stoyan appears too. He also manages to escape from a prisoner-of-war camp. Stoyan receives an order to keep the spy's villa under surveillance. There he finds Rita, who is hiding her wounded brother in a secret room. Stoyan visits her; they stroll together, and fall in love. Colonel entrusts Boris with a dangerous mission. There is aerial combat. Two ... Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

15 September 1941 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Bulgarian Eagles See more »

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Mono
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