Wedding in Malinovka
|Wedding in Malinovka|
|Directed by||Andrei Tutyshkin|
|Produced by||Semyon Malkin|
|Written by||Leonid Yukhvid|
|Music by||Boris Aleksandrov|
|Edited by||Mariya Pen|
Wedding in Malinovka (Russian: Свадьба в Малиновке, Svadba v Malinovke) is a 1967 Soviet musical comedy film directed by Andrei Tutyshkin based on an operetta by Boris Aleksandrov adapted by Leonid Yukhvid.
The film is about an Ukrainian village during the time of the Russian Civil War. With power alternating almost daily between Soviet and Ukrainian nationalist forces, the villagers of Malinovka are never sure who is in charge, so they modify their behaviour and dress accordingly.
- Vladimir Samoilov as Nazar Duma, Red squadron commander
- Lyudmila Alfimova as Sofya (vocals — Valentina Levko)
- Valentina Lysenko as Yarinka
- Yevgeni Lebedev as Nechipor
- Zoya Fyodorova as Gorpina Dormidontovna
- Heliy Sysoyev as Andreyka (vocal — Mikhail Egorov)
- Mikhail Pugovkin as Yashka the Gunner
- Nikolai Slichenko as Petrya
- Grigori Abrikosov as Grytsko Balyasny, or Pan-Ataman Gritsian Tavrichesky.
- Andrei Abrikosov as Balyasny Senior
- Mikhail Vodyanoy as Popandopulo
- Tamara Nosova as Komarikha
- Emma Treyvas as Tryndychikha
- Aleksei Smirnov as Smetana
- Margarita Krinitsyna
- Aleksandr Orlov as priest
- Lyubov Tishchenko
- Aleksandr Zakharov
- Vyacheslav Voronin as Chechil
- N. Kogan
- B. Moreno
- A. Pishvanov
- Yu. Shepelev
Dance scenes were cast with the participation of the Moldovan dance troupe Joc.
- Derek Elley, World Filmography: 1967 Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1977, ISBN 9780498015656, 639 pp.
- Tatiana Smorodinskaya, Encyclopaedia of Contemporary Russian Routledge, 2013, ISBN 9781136787867, 440 p.
- Tense Ceasefire in the Hopeless Towns of 'Happiness' and 'Victory' in Ukraine, Newsweek (17 October 2015)
- В поселке Малиновка был установлен памятник герою одноименного фильма Попандопуло
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