Children of the Partisan

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Children of the Partisan
Russian: Дети партизана
Directed by
Written byGrigoriy Koltunov
Music by
CinematographyAndrey Bulinskiy
CountrySoviet Union

Children of the Partisan (Russian: Дети партизана) is a 1954[1] Soviet drama film directed by Nikolai Figurovsky[2] and Lev Golub.[3]


The young suvorovts Mihas, whose father died in the war, visits his grandfather - the forester Yakub. Together with their set, they trample down the territories on which partisans fought with the Germans, while the explorer base, located near them, is inhabited by the conductor Glushko, who must take pictures of secret maps.[4]



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