Strictly Business (1962 film)
|Directed by||Leonid Gaidai|
|Screenplay by||Leonid Gaidai|
|Music by||Georgy Firtich|
|Edited by||Alla Abramova|
Strictly Business (alternate name Business People, Russian: Деловые люди, translit. Delovye lyudi) is a 1962 Soviet black-and-white comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai, based on three short stories by O. Henry: "The Roads We Take", "Makes the Whole World Kin", and "The Ransom of Red Chief".
The film's title is borrowed from the book of short stories by O. Henry titled Strictly Business (1910, Деловые люди in Russian translation), but none of the short stories it includes were adapted for the screen.
- "The Roads We Take"
- Vladlen Paulus as "Shark" Dodson
- Alexander Shvorin as Bob Tidball
- Viktor Gromov as Mr Williams
- Vladimir Pitsek as driver (uncredited)
- Viktor Uralsky as Fireman (uncredited)
- Lev Lobov as conductor of the coach (uncredited)
- "Makes the Whole World Kin"
- "The Ransom of Red Chief"
- Georgy Vitsin as Sam, adventurer
- Alexei Smirnov as Bill Driscoll
- Sergey Tikhonov as Johnny Dorset
- Georgy Millyar as Ebenezer Dorset, father
- Delovye lyudi at the Internet Movie Database
- Delovye lyudi (Business People) at Rotten Tomatoes
- Strictly Business (1962) (English subtitles)
- Деловые люди
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