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The Thirteen (Russian:Тринадцать, romanized: Trinadtsat) is a 1937 Soviet adventure film directed by Mikhail Romm.

The Thirteen
Directed byMikhail Romm
Written byIosif Prut
Mikhail Romm
StarringIvan Novoseltsev
Yelena Kuzmina
CinematographyBoris Volchek
Edited byTatyana Likhachyova
Music byAnatoli Aleksandrov
Release date
  • 8 May 1937 (1937-05-08)
Running time
1h 30min
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

Contents

Soviet Central Asia. Ten demobilized Red Army soldiers ride through the desert to the railroad. Three more people are with them: commander of the frontier Zhuravlev and his wife Maria Nikolaevna and an old geologist. In the desert, they find a well and hidden machine guns – this is the base of Basmach Shirmat Khan, whom the Red Army could not neutralize for a whole year. A single soldier is sent out for help while others remain to restrain the Basmachi.

In the well there is almost no water, but the Red Army carefully conceal it from the Basmachi who have approached. The bandits suffer from thirst, but attack violently in an attempt to reach the well. In an unequal battle, nearly all defenders of the well are killed, and the enemies are captured by the cavalry which has come to the rescue.

  • Ivan Novoseltsev - Squadron Commander Ivan Zhuravlyov
  • Yelena Kuzmina - Marya Nikolaevna Zhuravlyova
  • Aleksandr Chistyakov - Aleksandr Petrovich Postnikov, geologist
  • Andrei Fajt - Half Colonel Skuratov
  • Ivan Kuznetsov - Soldier Yusuf Akchurin
  • Alexei Dolinin as Aleksey Timoshkin - Red Army soldier (as A. Dolinin)
  • Pyotr Masokha as Petr Sviridenko - Red Army soldier (as P. Masokha)
  • Pavel Yudin as Petrov - Red Army soldier (as P. Yudin)
  • Dmitry Zolts as Dimiriy Levkoyev - Red Army soldier (as D. Zolts)
  • Viktor Kulakov as Nikolay Balandin - Red Army soldier (as V. Kulakov)

The 1943 US film Sahara, directed by Zoltan Korda and starring Humphrey Bogart, and its 1995 remake shared significant plot similarities. In fact, in the film's opening credits for screenplay and adaptation, the 1943 film credits the Soviet photoplay for inspiration.

  1. "The Thirteen". IFFR. Retrieved2020-01-25.


The Thirteen Article Talk Language Watch Edit For other uses see 13 disambiguation The Thirteen Russian Trinadcat romanized Trinadtsat is a 1937 Soviet adventure film directed by Mikhail Romm 1 The ThirteenDirected byMikhail RommWritten byIosif Prut Mikhail RommStarringIvan Novoseltsev Yelena KuzminaCinematographyBoris VolchekEdited byTatyana LikhachyovaMusic byAnatoli AleksandrovRelease date8 May 1937 1937 05 08 Running time1h 30minCountrySoviet UnionLanguageRussian Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Influence 4 References 5 External linksPlot EditSoviet Central Asia Ten demobilized Red Army soldiers ride through the desert to the railroad Three more people are with them commander of the frontier Zhuravlev and his wife Maria Nikolaevna and an old geologist In the desert they find a well and hidden machine guns this is the base of Basmach Shirmat Khan whom the Red Army could not neutralize for a whole year A single soldier is sent out for help while others remain to restrain the Basmachi In the well there is almost no water but the Red Army carefully conceal it from the Basmachi who have approached The bandits suffer from thirst but attack violently in an attempt to reach the well In an unequal battle nearly all defenders of the well are killed and the enemies are captured by the cavalry which has come to the rescue Cast EditIvan Novoseltsev Squadron Commander Ivan Zhuravlyov Yelena Kuzmina Marya Nikolaevna Zhuravlyova Aleksandr Chistyakov Aleksandr Petrovich Postnikov geologist Andrei Fajt Half Colonel Skuratov Ivan Kuznetsov Soldier Yusuf Akchurin Alexei Dolinin as Aleksey Timoshkin Red Army soldier as A Dolinin Pyotr Masokha as Petr Sviridenko Red Army soldier as P Masokha Pavel Yudin as Petrov Red Army soldier as P Yudin Dmitry Zolts as Dimiriy Levkoyev Red Army soldier as D Zolts Viktor Kulakov as Nikolay Balandin Red Army soldier as V Kulakov Influence EditThe 1943 US film Sahara directed by Zoltan Korda and starring Humphrey Bogart and its 1995 remake shared significant plot similarities In fact in the film s opening credits for screenplay and adaptation the 1943 film credits the Soviet photoplay for inspiration References Edit The Thirteen IFFR Retrieved 2020 01 25 External links EditThe Thirteen at IMDb This article about a war film is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte This article related to a Soviet film of the 1930s is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title The Thirteen amp oldid 1081649716, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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