I na Kamnyakh Rastut Derevya Trailer

I na Kamnyakh Rastut Derevya Trailer (1985)

05 September 1985 Adventure, Drama 116 mins

Vikings attack Kuksja's village, and end up bringing him along on their ship because they believe he is good luck. After proving himself in a battle against the dreaded Danes, chief Torir bestows upon him the name of Einar and takes him in as his son. Back home in Norway the men are received as heros, but new trouble arises when Kuksja falls in love with the beautiful Signy, who is already betroth to the vicious Sigurd.

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Cast

Mikhail Gluzskiy

as Fleinskallen

Valentina Titova

as Kuksjas mor

Tor Stokke

as Torir

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Norway 05 September 1985

Russia 05 September 1985

United States 11 November 1985

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