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Language  Russian
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Country  Soviet Union
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Director  Abram Naroditsky, Nikolai Rasheyev
Writer  Yevgeni Mitko, Arkady Gaidar, Yuliy Kim
Release date  1971
Tagline  bumbarash zolotukhin Soviet Union

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Bumbarash (Russian: Бумбараш) is a 1971 Soviet adventure film, a musical comedy in two episodes loosely based on some early works and the novel Bumbarash by Arkady Gaidar.

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Plot summary

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It is a period of Civil War. Former Imperial Russian Army Pvt Bumbarash was a prisoner of war to Austria, but now is returning to his home village, where all, including his beloved girlfriend, believe he is dead.

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The rule in the village is periodically changing between White, Bolshevik Red and then, the "bandits".

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Bumbarash is trying to survive in this chaos and to return to his love.

Cast

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  • Valeri Zolotukhin as Bumbarash
  • Yekaterina Vasilyeva as Sofia Nikolayevna
  • Yuri Smirnov as Gavrila
  • Lev Durov as the Miller
  • Roman Tkachuk as Commissar Zaplatin
  • Natalya Dmitriyeva
  • Aleksandr Khochinsky as Levka Demchenko
  • Aleksandra Belina as Yashka
  • Leonid Bakshtayev as Chubatov
  • Nikolai Dupak as Sovkov
  • Margarita Krinitsyna
  • Lev Perfilov
  • Yuri Sherstnyov
  • Aleksandr Filippenko (cameo appearance)

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    References

    Bumbarash Wikipedia
    Bumbarash IMDb Bumbarash themoviedb.org


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