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  • "Taras Bulba" got 544,000,000 roubles (16,000,000 US$) for the first 18 days (2-19 April).

    Russia - 487 millions, Ukraine - 55 millions.

    The cost of the movie's production was 516,000,000 roubles.

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    • Taras Bulba

      I just ordered mine from Ebay.

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      • The latest news - two main Russian TV Channels - "1" and "Russia" - made a present to Russian spectators.

        They turned 2 famous black-white movies about WWII to color.

        Channel "1" modified the movie "V boi idut odni stariki" ("Only experienced pilots fly this sortie") about fighter-pilots of 1943. It is a very famous movie.

        Channel "Russia" turned to color the very famous mini-TV series "17 moments of spring" about Standartenfuhrer SS Shtirlitz (Soviet spy Colonel Maxim Isaev) in Berlin in spring 1945. They did it for 3 years! When Tatiana Lioznova did the movie in 70th all the uniform of the actors had its original historical color in the spite of the fact that the film was black-white. And now TV channel "Russia" returned those colors. They did it in close cooperation with Tatiana Lioznova, all the colors were adjusted with her. The moviemakers of 70th rised in applause after the new version of the movie had been specially shown to them in a cinema.

        It was done to the Anniversary of the Great Victory!

        TV Channel "1" will show its movie on May, 9th.

        TV Channel "Russia" will begin to show new "17 moments of spring" today at evening.
        Last edited by Andrey; 04 May 09, 02:19.

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        • I just watched "Ostrov" (The island) not exactly a military movie, but still an exellent film.
          “For there is nothing more serious than a lunatic when he comes to the central point of his lunacy.”

          Max Sterner

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          • Originally posted by Andrey View Post
            The latest news - two main Russian TV Channels - "1" and "Russia" - made a present to Russian spectators.

            They turned 2 famous black-white movies about WWII to color.

            Channel "1" modified the movie "V boi idut odni stariki" ("Only experienced pilots fly this sortie") about fighter-pilots of 1943. It is a very famous movie.

            Channel "Russia" turned to color the very famous mini-TV series "17 moments of spring" about Standartenfuhrer SS Shtirlitz (Soviet spy Colonel Maxim Isaev) in Berlin in spring 1945. They did it for 3 years! When Tatiana Lioznova did the movie in 70th all the uniform of the actors had its original historical color in the spite of the fact that the film was black-white. And now TV channel "Russia" returned those colors. They did it in close cooperation with Tatiana Lioznova, all the colors were adjusted with her. The moviemakers of 70th rised in applause after the new version of the movie had been specially shown to them in a cinema.

            It was done to the Anniversary of the Great Victory!

            TV Channel "1" will show its movie on May, 9th.

            TV Channel "Russia" will begin to show new "17 moments of spring" today at evening.
            Now this I would be interested in- Stirlitz or Isaev. I would be interested in "V boi idut odni stariki" also though know little of it.

            It would need subtitles or I would have to learn Russian of course.

            Any idea where to get it out here in the 'Wild West'?
            Tactics are based on Weapons... Strategy on Movement... and Movement on Supply.
            (J. F. C. Fuller 1878-1966)

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            • "V boi idut odni stariki" is very very good film, it make you know more about Russian soul. I like it very much.

              BTW, I have "V boi idut odni stariki" english subtitle, could send it by email.

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              • Only old Men go to Battle

                Indeed a great film, and I love the musical score.
                I got the RUSKIKO version with 5 languages:
                German, English, French or Spanish.
                and about 29 diffrent subtitles.

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                • Only “Old Men” are going to battle (V boy idut odni stariki)

                  Originally posted by General Staff View Post
                  Now this I would be interested in- Stirlitz or Isaev. I would be interested in "V boi idut odni stariki" also though know little of it.

                  It would need subtitles or I would have to learn Russian of course.

                  Any idea where to get it out here in the 'Wild West'?
                  Right here: (with english audia or subtitles)
                  http://www.ruscico.com/dvd.php?lang=en&dvd=401

                  http://www.ruscico.com/dvd.php?lang=en&dvd=398

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                  • Need some help

                    I'm very interested in some new russian Movie WW2 DVD's:
                    Has anyone seen them ?

                    http://www.russian-dvd.de/shop/catal...ya-p-3563.html

                    Could this be part of that miniseries ?


                    And what is the story ?

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                    • Vzjat' zhivym

                      http://www.russian-dvd.de/shop/catal...ym-p-3464.html

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                      • Dolgie vyorsty voyny

                        http://www.russian-dvd.de/shop/catal...ny-p-3425.html

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                        • Soldier ivan brovkin /

                          http://www.russian-dvd.de/shop/catal...ne-p-2555.html

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                          • Spezotdel

                            Not a war movie, but somehow I'm interested in:

                            http://www.russian-dvd.de/shop/catal...el-p-1695.html

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                            • Yes, but do you have the Stirlitz series too (and subtitled in English- or I could manage Irish if you could produce it too), and as package deal to Dublin Ireland?

                              What cost, to you and me?
                              Tactics are based on Weapons... Strategy on Movement... and Movement on Supply.
                              (J. F. C. Fuller 1878-1966)

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                              • Originally posted by General Staff View Post
                                Yes, but do you have the Stirlitz series too (and subtitled in English- or I could manage Irish if you could produce it too), and as package deal to Dublin Ireland?

                                What cost, to you and me?
                                the original black-white version

                                http://www.ruscico.com/dvd.php?lang=en&dvd=398

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