Bumbarash

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Bumbarash
Directed by Abram Naroditsky,
Nikolai Rasheyev
Written by Yevgeni Mitko
Arkady Gaidar (novel), Yuliy Kim (lyrics)
Starring Yekaterina Vasilyeva,
Yuri Smirnov,
Lev Durov,
Roman Tkachuk,
and Valeri Zolotukhin as Bumbarash
Production
company
Release dates 1971
Running time 135 min
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

Bumbarash (Russian: Бумбараш) is a 1971 Soviet adventure film, a musical comedy in two episodes loosely based on some early works and the novel Bumbarash by Arkady Gaidar.

Directed by Abram Naroditsky and Nikolai Rasheyev. Screenplay by Yevgeni Mitko.

Songs lyrics by Yuliy Kim (credited as Yu. Mikhaylov).

Film produced by Dovzhenko Film Studio and Gosteleradio.

Vladimir Mashkov directed a theater play Passions for Bumbarash.

Plot summary[edit]

It is a period of Civil War. Former Imperial Russian Army Pvt Bumbarash was a prisoner of war to Austria,[citation needed] but now is returning to his home village, where all, including his beloved girlfriend, believe he is dead.

The rule in the village is periodically changing between White, Bolshevik Red and then, the "bandits".

Bumbarash is trying to survive in this chaos and to return to his love.

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