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A Bride from the North (1975)

Harsnatsun hyusisits (original title)
Popular musical comedy satirizing Russian-Armenian relations, featuring Arno Babadzhanyan's hit songs.

Writer:

Zhora Arutyunyan (as Zhora Harutyunyan)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan ... Serob (as Armen Jigarkhanyan)
Murad Kostanyan ... Murad
Verjaluys Mirijanyan ... Arusyak
Yervand Manaryan Yervand Manaryan ... Yervand
Inna Makarova ... Natalia
Stanislav Chekan ... Ivan
Ara Babadzhanyan ... Artak (as Ara Babajanyan)
Natalya Bespalova ... Valya
Yuriy Medvedev ... Nikolay
A. Nersisyan ... Azat (as Ashot Nersisyan)
Larisa Kronberg ... Marfa - French Teacher
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Storyline

Artak meets Valya during his service for the Soviet Army in the Russian countryside. But Valya's mother refuses to let her only daughter go to "these far highlands, where earthquakes happen all the time". So Artak is forced to ask his contrasting and numerous relatives - Armenian villagers - to visit a remote Russian village for bringing a bride to Armenia. Written by Artak

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Plot Keywords:

armenian | village | bride | armenia | kiss | See All (12) »


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Details

Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Armenian | Russian

Also Known As:

A Bride from the North See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Yerevan Film Studio See more »
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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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