|Property of the Republic|
|Directed by||Vladimir Bychkov|
|Produced by||Mark Ruzhansky|
|Written by||Isai Kuznetsov|
|Starring|| Oleg Tabakov |
|Music by||Yevgeny Krylatov|
|Box office||47,1 tickets sold|
Property of the Republic (Russian : Достоя́ние респу́блики, romanized: Dostoyanie respubliki) is a 1971 Soviet two-part adventure film directed by Vladimir Bychkov. Detective story takes place during the Civil War in Russia. The picture was the 44th most attended domestic film in the Soviet Union.
Spring 1918.Tarakanov, managing the estate of Prince Tikhvinsky, with the help of the former court fencing teacher Shilovsky and homeless boy Keshka, steals from abandoned mansion collection of paintings and sculptures. Hoping across the border, criminals roam the circus troupe, and they are being tailed by an employee of Criminal Investigation Makar Ovchinnikov.
Vladimir Bychkov's film watched 47.1 million viewers, which is 67 results in the history of Soviet film distribution.
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