|Directed by||Yakov Protazanov|
|Written by||Yakov Protazanov|
Vsevolod Ivanov (play)
|Music by||Alexander Shenshin|
|1 November 1931|
|63 minutes (1,730 meters)|
|Language||Silent film with Russian intertitles|
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