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Absolutely Seriously (Russian : Совершенно серьезно) is a 1961 Soviet comedy anthology film directed by Eldar Ryazanov, Naum Trakhtenberg, Eduard Zmoiro, Vladimir Semakov and Leonid Gaidai.
The film is a comedy almanac, which includes five short stories.
Fritz Feld was a German-American film character actor who appeared in over 140 films in 72 years, both silent and sound. His trademark was to slap his mouth with the palm of his hand to create a "pop" sound.
Volga-Volga is a Soviet musical comedy directed by Grigori Aleksandrov, released on April 24, 1938. It centres on a group of amateur performers on their way to Moscow to perform in a talent contest called the Moscow Musical Olympiad. Most of the action takes place on a steamboat travelling on the Volga River. The lead roles were played by Alexandrov's wife, Lyubov Orlova, and Igor Ilyinsky.
Georgy Mikhailovich Vitsin was a Soviet and Russian actor. People's Artist of the USSR (1990).
Yevgeny Pavlovich Krylatov was a Soviet and Russian composer who wrote songs for over 120 Soviet and Russian movies and animated films.
The Troyekurovo Cemetery, alternatively known as Novo-Kuntsevo Cemetery, is a cemetery in Moscow, Russia.
Dangerous for Your Life! is a 1985 Soviet comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai.
Alexander Borisovich Belyavsky was a Soviet/Russian actor who appeared in more than one hundred films. Belyavsky was also the first presenter of the popular TV Show The 13 Chairs Tavern. In 1988 he was designated a Meritorious Artist of Russia; in 2003, he was named a People's Artist of Russia.
Kashchey the Immortal is a 1945 black and white Soviet fantasy film directed by Aleksandr Rou and produced at Soyuzdetfilm Studios. The story and characters are drawn from Slavic folklore, particularly, evil wizard Kashchey, who is the main antagonist in the movie.
Sergey Nikolayevich Filippov (Russian: Серге′й Никола′евич Фили′ппов, 24 June 1912, Saratov, Russian Empire — 19 April 1990, Leningrad, USSR was a Soviet film and theatre actor, best known for his parts in films Adventures of Korzinkina, The Night Patrol and the adaptation of Ilf and Petrov's classic The Twelve Chairs, which granted him the People's Artist of the RSFSR title in 1974.
Strictly Business is a 1962 Soviet black-and-white comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai, based on three short stories by O. Henry: "The Roads We Take", "Makes the Whole World Kin", and "The Ransom of Red Chief".
Gagarin: First in Space a.k.a.. First man In Space is a 2013 Russian docudrama biopic about the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, and the 1961 mission of Vostok 1. It was released by Central Partnership theatrically in Russia on June 6, 2013, and in the United Kingdom on DVD on June 23, 2014 by Entertainment One. The film's running time of 108 minutes approximates the time it took Gagarin to go around the Earth before returning. It stars Yaroslav Zhalnin as Soviet fighter pilot and cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. The film received mixed reviews, with some critics praising the film's acting, direction and storytelling with others touching on the film's "cheap-looking" visual effects. The film received criticism for its state funding and ignoring the aftermath of the flight.
The Twelve Chairs is a 1971 Soviet comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai. It is an adaptation of Ilf and Petrov's 1928 novel The Twelve Chairs.
Mister Iks is a Russian musical comedy film directed by Yuli Khmelnitsky. It is based on the Leningrad Theatre of Musical Comedy operetta of the same name from 1956. The operetta itself was a Russian adaptation of Emmerich Kálmán's Die Zirkusprinzessin.
How Robinson Was Created is a 1961 short soviet film directed by Eldar Ryazanov. The film is part of the comedy anthology film series Absolutely Seriously.
Po secretu vsemu svetu, "In secret to the whole world", is a 1976 Soviet two-part television film produced by Belarusfilm. It is adapted from Victor Dragunsky's popular children's book The Adventures of Dennis, a collection of short stories told from the perspective of a young boy.
Act, Manya! is a 1991 Soviet science fiction comedy film directed by Roman Yershov.
A Noisy Household, is a 1946 Soviet comedy film directed by Mikhail Zharov.
Step Forward is a Soviet film-an almanac, consisting of five novels.
A Girl with Guitar is 1958 Soviet musical comedy film directed by Alexander Feinzimmer.
The Man from Nowhere is a 1961 Soviet comedy film directed by Eldar Ryazanov.