Red Army Days

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Red Army Days
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Directed by Alexander Zarkhi
Iosif Kheifits
Starring Nikolay Simonov
Tatiana Okunevskaya
Nikolay Cherkasov
Janina Żejmo
Alexey Gribov
Release date
Running time
90 min.
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian
Hectic Days

Red Army Days (Russian: Горячие денечки, translit. Goryachie denyochki) is a 1935 Soviet comedy film directed by Alexander Zarkhi and Iosif Kheifits.


In the provincial town for exercises come tank units of the Red Army. Tank commander Mikhail Belokon (Simon) rents a room at the agricultural school student Tonya Zhukova (Okunevskaya). Between the young people there a romantic attachment. However, each of them believes that the nascent feelings can interfere with more important, in their view, the case in life: to Tonya - tuition at the college for Mikhail - the preparation of military vehicles and soldiers for upcoming maneuvers. Nevertheless, the characters pass by a strip of misunderstanding and explain each other in love.[1]


Film crew[edit]

  • Written by: Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Kheifits
  • Directed by:
    • Alexander Zarkhi
    • Iosif Kheifets
  • Sorezhisser: Michael Shapiro
  • Producer: Michael Kaplan
  • Artist: Anatoly Bosulaev
  • Composer: Valery Zhelobinsky
  • Sound: Arnold Shargorodskii


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