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A Robbery In... Style #2 (American, French, Italian) (1978)

Ograblenie po... (original title)
| Animation, Short, Comedy
A cartoon composed of four parts, parodying "classical" gangster and criminal movies of four countries: robbery American style, French style, Italian style and Russian style. All cartoon characters resemble real movie stars of 50th and 60th.

Director:

Efim Gamburg (as E. Gamburg)

Writer:

Mikhail Lipskerov (screenplay) (as M. Lipskerov)
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G. Germanetto G. Germanetto ... (voice) (as D. Dzhermanetto)
Gleb Morozov ... (voice) (as G. Morozov)
Vsevolod Larionov ... (voice) (as V. Larionov)
Aleksandr Baranov ... (voice) (as A. Baranov)
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A cartoon composed of four parts, parodying "classical" gangster and criminal movies of four countries: robbery American style, French style, Italian style and Russian style. All cartoon characters resemble real movie stars of 50th and 60th.

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An entertaining and clever parody
26 August 2005 | by amir_e_aSee all my reviews

This movie is a parody of different styles of crime movies. If you are a serious cinema lover - give it a few minutes of your time and you're gonna love it. Don't mind the fact that it's in Russian, because there's not much talk - the pictures speak for themselves.

Part 1 is American: everyone kills everyone, crashed cars everywhere, etc. Then there are fancy-dressed ladies who watch a male stripper! Quite amazing that Soviet censorship allowed such a movie to be released and shown to children (even if it criticizes America...).

Part 2 is French, which is also my favorite. It is black-and-white, the background music is very characteristics of film-noir, and the characters are modeled after French actors: Louis de Funes, Alain Delon, Jean Gabin and Brigitte Bardot.

Part 3 is Italian. It is a hilarious parody of Italian movies about poor neighborhoods.

Part 4 is Russian, or to be more precise - Soviet. The main character is modeled after a famous Russian-Jewish comedy actor Saveli Kramarov and the plot is short and funny.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian | English | French | Italian

Also Known As:

Ограбление по... See more »

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Soyuzmultfilm See more »
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