Torpedo Bombers

Torpedo Bombers (Russian: Торпедоносцы, romanizedTorpedonostsy) is a Soviet war drama film directed by Semyon Aranovich based on the unfinished story of Yuri German.[2][3][4]

Torpedo Bombers
Russian: Торпедоносцы
Directed bySemyon Aranovich
Written by
Produced byAleksei Gusev
Starring
CinematographyVladimir Ilyin
Edited byAleksandra Borovskaya
Music byAleksandr Knaifel
Production
company
Release date
August 1, 1983
Running time
96 min.
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

PlotEdit

1944 year. The Second World War. The naval aviation regiment is based at a small airfield. For pilots, this is both front and rear. They complete combat missions and return to their families. But each flight may be the last.[5]

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AwardsEdit

1984 All-Union Film Festival[7]
  • Prize for the Best military-patriotic film
  • Jury diploma for Best Cinematography (Vladimir Ilyin)
1986 USSR State Prize
  • Svetlana Karmalita, Semyon Aranovich, Vladimir Ilyin, Isaac Kaplan, Rodion Nakhapetov

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