Bells of Autumn Trailer

Bells of Autumn Trailer (1978)

06 June 1978 Fantasy, Family 76 mins

A musical fairytale based on the poem "The Tale of the Dead Princess" by Alexander Pushkin.

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International Titles

Russische Märchenklassiker: Von der schönen Zarentochter und den sieben Recken Trailer

Bells of Autumn Trailer

International Releases Dates

Russia 06 June 1978

United States 07 July 1978

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