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Dead Season

Dead Season
(Мёртвый сезон)
Directed by Savva Kulish
Written by Aleksandr Shlepyanov
Vladimir Vajnshtok
Starring Donatas Banionis
Rolan Bykov
Gennadi Yukhtin
Music by Andrei Volkonsky
Cinematography Aleksandr Chechulin
Studio Lenfilm
Release date(s) 20 December 1968
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

Dead Season (Russian: Мёртвый сезон, translit. Myortvyy sezon) is a 1968 Soviet spy film directed by Savva Kulish based on a screenplay by Aleksandr Shlepyanov and Vladimir Vajnshtok and featuring Donatas Banionis and Rolan Bykov.

Cast

  • Donatas Banionis as Ladeynikov (voiced by Alexander Demyanenko)
  • Rolan Bykov as Savushkin
  • Sergei Kurilov as Bocharov, the KGB General
  • Gennadi Yukhtin as Muravyov
  • Bruno Freindlich as Valery Petrovich
  • Svetlana Korkoshko as Ellis
  • Jüri Järvet as Professor O'Reilly
  • Laimonas Noreika as Nicholls
  • Stepan Krylov
  • Ants Eskola as Smith
  • Leonhard Merzin as Father Mortimer
  • Einari Koppel as Drayton
  • Mairi Raus as Greban
  • Vladimir Erenberg as Professor Born / Hass
  • Anda Zajtse as Catrine

Trivia

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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