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  • Emtos
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    Now that looks like a film to see if they ever come out with an English dubbed or subtitled version.

    The special effects look awesome.
    It's like Twilight. But worse. Way worse.

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  • Cosmos
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    Originally posted by Stryker 19K30 View Post
    But that is a Soviet Army not a Russian one
    I understand the distinction ; had I realised that was a requirement (Russians only) I would have chosen differently.

    I think Russian history includes that of the Soviet Union too.

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  • Stryker 19K30
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    Originally posted by Cosmos View Post
    When I watched "Goryachiy Sneg" (about the battle of Stalingrad) it certainly seemed to be realistic including the Soviet uniforms.
    But that is a Soviet Army not a Russian one

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  • Cosmos
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    Originally posted by Stryker 19K30 View Post
    Replace Alexander Nevsky with Waterloo and you would be right. Alexander Nevsky's force was not a Russian Army
    When I watched "Goryachiy Sneg" (about the battle of Stalingrad) it certainly seemed to be realistic including the Soviet uniforms.

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  • Stryker 19K30
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    Originally posted by Major Sennef View Post
    That would be:

    1. The Peacemaker
    5. The Sovereign's Servant
    6. Alexander Nevsky
    7. The Russian Army in Manchuria (1904) ?
    Replace Alexander Nevsky with Waterloo and you would be right. Alexander Nevsky's force was not a Russian Army

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  • mconrad
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    Originally posted by Cosmos View Post
    Baker's Dozen of Movies in Which the Russian Army is Prominent

    9. Waterloo (1970)
    (The film includes some 15,000 Soviet foot soldiers and 2,000 cavalrymen as extras. The film was made in Rome ; I'm wondering where they were billeted?)

    Reused footage from the Russian making of WAR AND PEACE.

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  • Colonel Sennef
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    Originally posted by Emtos View Post
    The term Russian Army is hardly applicable to the army of Alexander Nevsky.
    Then either there are only three truly Russian armies in this Baker's dozen
    or Stryker has a different set of four in mind.

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  • Canuckster
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    Originally posted by PGT Beauregard View Post
    ...

    12. Burnt by the Sun

    Now that looks like a film to see if they ever come out with an English dubbed or subtitled version.

    The special effects look awesome.

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  • Emtos
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    Originally posted by Major Sennef View Post
    That would be:

    1. The Peacemaker
    5. The Sovereign's Servant
    6. Alexander Nevsky
    7. The Russian Army in Manchuria (1904) ?
    The term Russian Army is hardly applicable to the army of Alexander Nevsky.

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  • Colonel Sennef
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    Originally posted by Stryker 19K30 View Post
    Cool, 4 films out of 12 that actually have the Russian army.
    That would be:

    1. The Peacemaker
    5. The Sovereign's Servant
    6. Alexander Nevsky
    7. The Russian Army in Manchuria (1904) ?

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  • Stryker 19K30
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    Cool, 4 films out of 12 that actually have the Russian army.

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  • PGT Beauregard
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    Baker's Dozen of Movies in Which the Russian Army is Prominent

    1. The Peacemaker
    2. Hunt for Red October
    3. Goryachiy Sneg
    4. Enemy at the Gates
    5. The Sovereign's Servant
    6. Alexander Nevsky
    7. The Russian Army in Manchuria (1904)
    8. Stalingrad
    9. Waterloo (1970)
    10. 9th Company
    11. Padeniye Berlina (1950)

    12. Burnt by the Sun

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  • Cosmos
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    Baker's Dozen of Movies in Which the Russian Army is Prominent

    1. The Peacemaker
    2. Hunt for Red October
    3. Goryachiy Sneg
    4. Enemy at the Gates
    5. The Sovereign's Servant
    6. Alexander Nevsky
    7. The Russian Army in Manchuria (1904)
    8. Stalingrad
    9. Waterloo (1970)
    10. 9th Company

    11. Padeniye Berlina (1950)
    (Fall of Berlin)



    Part 1 of film in Russian (1h12m) on YouTube http://youtu.be/t-hZam8dXHU

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  • PGT Beauregard
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    Baker's Dozen of Movies in Which the Russian Army is Prominent

    1. The Peacemaker
    2. Hunt for Red October
    3. Goryachiy Sneg
    4. Enemy at the Gates
    5. The Sovereign's Servant
    6. Alexander Nevsky
    7. The Russian Army in Manchuria (1904)
    8. Stalingrad
    9. Waterloo (1970)


    10. 9th Company

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  • Cosmos
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    Baker's Dozen of Movies in Which the Russian Army is Prominent

    1. The Peacemaker
    2. Hunt for Red October
    3. Goryachiy Sneg
    4. Enemy at the Gates
    5. The Sovereign's Servant
    6. Alexander Nevsky
    7. The Russian Army in Manchuria (1904)
    8. Stalingrad

    9. Waterloo (1970)
    (The film includes some 15,000 Soviet foot soldiers and 2,000 cavalrymen as extras. The film was made in Rome ; I'm wondering where they were billeted?)

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