Bootleggers (film)

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Bootleggers
Directed by Leonid Gaidai
Produced by Leonid Gaidai
Written by Konstantin Brovin
Leonid Gaidai
Starring Yuri Nikulin
Georgi Vitsin
Yevgeni Morgunov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovskiy
Cinematography Konstantin Brovin
Production
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Release dates 1961
Running time 19 min.
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

Bootleggers or Moonshiners (Russian: Самогонщики, translit. Samogonshchiki) is a 1961 Soviet short film directed by Leonid Gaidai.

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The trio of Fool, Coward, and Experienced decides to get rich with the help of their samogon-making apparatus. The making of samogon goes well, and towards the end of their "work shift", they decide to try some of their product. During dinner, they think that someone had approached their izba (concealed in woods with a false "nature reserve" sign to deter people). While the trio is distracted, their dog smashes some bottles of samogon. The dog also takes the condenser coil, and while being chased by the trio, leads them to the militsiya.

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