Torrents of Steel

Torrents of Steel (Russian: Железный поток, romanizedZhelezniy potok) is a 1967 Soviet war drama film directed by Efim Dzigan based on the eponymous story by Alexander Serafimovich.[1]

Torrents of Steel
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Directed byEfim Dzigan
Written byEfim Dzigan
Arkady Perventsev
Starring
CinematographyAleksei Temerin
Edited byE. Karpova
A. Burmistrova
Music byVano Muradeli
Production
company
Release date
  • 1967 (1967)
Running time
108 minutes
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

PlotEdit

The plot is based on a heavy campaign by the Taman Army through the areas occupied by the White Army. The film is set during the summer of 1918, the beginning of the Russian Civil War.

CastEdit

  • Nikolay Alekseev - Kozhukh, commander of the Taman army
  • Lev Fritschinsky - Artemov, regiment
  • Vladimir Ivashov - Alexei Prikhodko
  • Nikolay Dupak - Volosatov, regiment
  • Nikolay Denisenko - The Barefooted
  • Anatoly Degtyar - Opanasov
  • Yakov Gladkikh - Smirnyuk
  • G. Zaslawiec - Golovan
  • Irina Murzaeva - Gorpina (voiced by Valentina Vladimirova)
  • Nina Alisova - Claudia
  • Leonid Gallis - General Anton Denikin
  • Vladimir Sedov - General Viktor Pokrovsky
  • Nikolay Zaseev-Rudenko - adjutant of General Pokrovsky
  • Nikolay Trofimov - soldier Chirik
  • Boris Bityukov - Red Commander
  • Valentin Golubenko - Smolokurov
  • Arkady Shcherbakov
  • Akaki Kvantaliani - dukhan
  • Ksenia Kozmina - Stepanida
  • Valery Skorobogatov - Bratkin
  • Sergey (Max) Maximov - soldier
  • Yuri Volkov - Colonel
  • Leon Kukulian
  • Galina Samokhina
  • Maria Saharchuk
  • Mikhail Semenikhin
  • Georgios Sovcis

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Энциклопедия кино — ЖЕЛЕЗНЫЙ ПОТОК". dic.academic.ru.

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