Ballad of Old Weapons Trailer

Ballad of Old Weapons Trailer (1986)

12 May 1986 Drama, War 81 mins

An old woman from Caucasian Mountains goes to the front line do give her sons weapons of their ancestors.

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Cast

Sergei Skripkin

as Lieutenant Zvorykin

Aleksandr Demyanenko

as Driver Ivanov

Viktor Bortsov

as Driver Gritsenko

Crew

International Titles

Ballada o starom oruzhii Trailer

International Releases Dates

Russia 12 May 1986

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