The Devil's Wheel
|The Devil's Wheel|
|Directed by||Grigori Kozintsev|
|Written by||Adrian Piotrovsky|
Veniamin Kaverin (story)
|16 March 1926|
|2,650 meters (112 minutes)|
During a walk in the garden of the People's House, sailor Ivan Shorin meets Valya and, having missed the scheduled time is late for the ship which is departing for a cruise. The next morning he has to go to a distant foreign trek and his slight delay has turned into a desertion. The young people are sheltered by artists who turn out to be ordinary punks. Not wanting to become a thief, Ivan runs away and surrenders himself to the authorities. After the trial of his friends and just punishment, he returns to his former life.
- Pyotr Sobolevsky - Ivan Shorin, sailor from the cruiser "Aurora"
- Lyudmila Semyonova - Valka, street girl
- Sergei Gerasimov - magician "Human-Question-mark", leader of the gang of bandits
- Emil Gal - entertainer Coco, friend of the "Question-mark"
- Yanina Zhejmo - a girl from the gang
- Sergei Martinson- orchestra conductor
- Andrei Kostrichkin - one of the inhabitants of the thieves' den
- Nikolai Gorodnichev - a punk called as "superintendent"
- Antonio Tserep - the owner of the cellar
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