Applause, Applause... Trailer

Applause, Applause... Trailer (1984)

06 June 1984 Drama, Romance 77 mins

Lyudmila Gurchenko's brilliant performance in a musical drama about a life of the struggling singer.

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International Releases Dates

Russia 06 June 1984

United States 11 November 1984

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