The Drummer's Fate

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The Drummer's Fate
Sudba barabanshchika.jpg
Russian: Судьба барабанщика
Directed byViktor Eisymont
Written by
Starring
Music byLev Shvarts
CinematographyBentsion Monastyrsky
Production
company
Release date
1955
Running time
90 min.
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

The Drummer's Fate (Russian: Судьба барабанщика, translit. Sudba barabanshchika) is a 1955 Soviet drama film directed by Viktor Eisymont.[2][3][4][5]

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In the life of Sergei Batashov, a young drummer of a pioneer organization, trouble comes. His father, an engineer at a secret factory, is arrested for losing documents. Guilty of this stepmother marries and leaves Sergei alone.

Using the trustfulness of the boy left to himself in the Batashovs' apartment, a criminal espionage organization was established. Introducing themselves as distant relatives of the boy, they use it for their own purposes, forcing them to acquaint them with his father's colleagues.

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