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Zlatniyat zab (1962)

Captain Lipovanski has been badly wounded in the World War II. The German takes him prisoner. After the end of the war, he is set free in a foreign country. He has been deceived that he has... See full summary »

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Anton Marinovich
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Georgi Georgiev-Getz ... Kapitan Prodan Lipovski, Zlatniyat zab (as Georgi Georgiev)
Stefan Pejchev ... Doktor Ivan Deliev, Prilepa
Nikola Galabov Nikola Galabov ... kapitan Kirchev
Lilyana Doneva Lilyana Doneva ... Vanya (as Lili Doneva)
Georgi Kaloyanchev Georgi Kaloyanchev ... Miliy
Georgi Popov Georgi Popov ... Polkovnik Yanev
Lyubomir Dimitrov Lyubomir Dimitrov ... Mayor Ognyanov
Ivan Andonov ... Aleksiev
Kosta Tsonev ... Kapitan Lukov
Dimitar Bochev Dimitar Bochev ... Goranov
Shtilyan Kunev Shtilyan Kunev ... Militzionerat
Naicho Petrov Naicho Petrov ... Kelnerat
Nikola Dadov Nikola Dadov ... Mecho
Dinko Dinev Dinko Dinev ... Polkovnik Ventzislav Pantzeleevski
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Captain Lipovanski has been badly wounded in the World War II. The German takes him prisoner. After the end of the war, he is set free in a foreign country. He has been deceived that he has been sentenced to death as a deserter and his pregnant wife has died in a Bulgarian concentration camp. He trains for subversive activities against his own country. He is given the codename Gold Tooth. Eager for revenge, he arrives in Bulgaria. There he learns that an agent provocateur has killed his wife, that his child is safe and has been raised in a nursery, and that he himself is respected as a hero. Gold Tooth sets out to eliminate his accomplices. With a file containing valuable documents, the traitors prepare their escape abroad. The spies are caught at the border. Gold Tooth kills the last of the traitors and dies driving his lorry into a precipice Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Crime

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

3 December 1962 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Az aranyfog See more »

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Boyana Film See more »
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Mono
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