My Friend, Kolka!

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My Friend, Kolka!
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Directed by Aleksei Saltykov
Aleksander Mitta
Written by Aleksander Khmelik
Starring Anatoly Kuznetsov
Saveliy Kramarov
Yuri Nikulin
Music by Lev Shvarts
Bulat Okudjava(songs)
Cinematography Victor Maslennikov
Release dates
  • 1961 (1961)
Running time
88 minutes
Country USSR
Language Russian

My Friend, Kolka! (Russian: Друг мой, Колька, translit. Drug moy, Kolka!) is a Soviet 1961 drama film directed by Aleksei Saltykov and Aleksander Mitta.[1]


Kolka Snegeryov is bored at school along the other children. The work of the pioneer organization turned into a monotonous routine. The senior Pioneer leader Lydia Mikhajlovna's work seems good. But behind accurately made plans are formalism, indifference and boredom. Declaring boycott, children organize a secret society which has the acronym ТОТР – "To help offended and weak ". New pioneer leader supports children and carries away their greater and interesting business.



  1. ^ "My Friend, Kolka" (in Russian). кино-театр.ру. Retrieved October 29, 2009. 

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