The Happy Canary
The Happy Canary or The Gay Canary (Russian: Весёлая канарейка, romanized: Vesyolaya kanareyka) is a 1929 Soviet silent adventure film directed by Lev Kuleshov and starring Galina Kravchenko, Andrey Fayt and Ada Vojtsik.
|The Happy Canary|
|Directed by||Lev Kuleshov|
|Written by||Boris Gusman |
|Cinematography||Boris Frantsisson |
|Edited by||Lev Kuleshov|
|5 March 1929|
Actress Brio working in a cafe "The Happy Canary", does not suspect that her new acquaintances Brianski and Lugovec are Communists sent by an underground committee to fight the enemy's counter-intelligence ...
- Galina Kravchenko as Brio
- Andrey Fayt as Lugovec
- Ada Vojtsik as Lugovec' wife
- Sergey Komarov as Brianski
- Yuri Vasilchikov as Assistant Chief Secret Service
- Mikhail Doronin as Chief Secret Service
- Vladimir Kochetov as French communist soldier
- Vsevolod Pudovkin as Illusionist
- Aleksandr Chistyakov as Workman
- N. Kopysov as Workman
- Aleksandr Zhutaev as Workman
- Christie, Ian & Taylor, Richard. The Film Factory: Russian and Soviet Cinema in Documents 1896-1939. Routledge, 2012.
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