|Directed by||Abram Naroditsky,
|Written by||Yevgeni Mitko
Arkady Gaidar (novel), Yuliy Kim (lyrics)
and Valeri Zolotukhin as Bumbarash
|Running time||135 min|
Songs lyrics by Yuliy Kim (credited as Yu. Mikhaylov).
Vladimir Mashkov directed a theater play Passions for Bumbarash.
It is a period of Civil War. Former Imperial Russian Army Pvt Bumbarash was a prisoner of war to Austria, but now is returning to his home village, where all, including his beloved girlfriend, believe he is dead.
Bumbarash is trying to survive in this chaos and to return to his love.
- Valeri Zolotukhin as Bumbarash
- Yekaterina Vasilyeva as Sofia Nikolayevna
- Yuri Smirnov as Gavrila
- Lev Durov as the Miller
- Roman Tkachuk as Commissar Zaplatin
- Natalya Dmitriyeva
- Aleksandr Khochinsky as Levka Demchenko
- Aleksandra Belina as Yashka
- Leonid Bakshtayev as Chubatov
- Nikolai Dupak as Sovkov
- Margarita Krinitsyna
- Lev Perfilov
- Yuri Sherstnyov
- Aleksandr Filippenko (cameo appearance)
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