Little Alexander Trailer

Little Alexander Trailer (1981)

06 June 1981 Adventure, Drama, War 98 mins

May of 1945. Soviet soldiers conducting an operation to rescue the children in a small town in the territory of Germany.

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Cast

Yuriy Nazarov

as Starschina Christschanowitsch

Boris Tokarev

as Hauptmann Zvetov

Torsten Naleppa

as Alexander der Kleine (Aleksandr malenkij)

Mikhail Kokshenov

as Soldat Kuryukin

International Titles

Aleksandr Malenkiy Trailer

Aleksandr Malenkiy Trailer

Little Alexander Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 29 October 1982

Russia 06 June 1981

United States 11 November 1981

Production Companies

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