Four Hearts (1941 film)

Four Hearts (Russian: Сердца четырёх, romanizedSerdtsa chetyryokh) is a 1941 Soviet comedy film directed by Konstantin Yudin.[2][3][4]

Four Hearts
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Russian: Сердца четырёх
Directed byKonstantin Yudin
Written by
Produced byP. Pashkov
Starring
CinematographyNikolai Vlasov
Edited byGrigori Shirokov
Music byYuri Milyutin
Production
company
Release date
1941
Running time
94 min.
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

PlotEdit

In the suburban dacha settlement, a regiment of tankers has been quartered. The plot is built around two sisters, absolutely different, but equally loving. One is a serious mathematician, the other is a frivolous dragonfly. In the center of attention of the girls is a brave military man. Life vicissitudes, funny and difficult situations, intrigue, tears, joy, but everything is built around one love.

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ReleaseEdit

In 1945, the film appeared on the screen and took the 5th place in the list of the leaders of the rental 19.44 million viewers).[6]

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