Ballad of Siberia
The Ballad of Siberia (in Russian: Сказание о земле Сибирской) from Mosfilm (1947) is Soviet Union's second color film (after The Stone Flower), directed by Ivan Pyryev, starring Vladimir Druzhnikov and Marina Ladynina.
- Vladimir Druzhnikov, as Andrey
- Marina Ladynina, as Natasha
- Vladimir Zeldin, as Boris
- Vera Vacilyevna, as Nastya
- Boris Andreyev, as Yakob Burmak
It is a musical movie, full of songs, old and new.
- The Song of the Siberian Earth (Words by Yevgeniy Dolmatovsky, Music by Nikolai Kryukov)
- The Hymn to Siberia (Words by Yevgeniy Dolmatovsky, Music by Nikolai Kryukov)
- The Wanderer (in Russian: Бродяга)
This film was so successful that a second color musical film, Cossacks of the Kuban was made two years later by the same director and cast.
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