Don't Play the Fool... Trailer

Don't Play the Fool... Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 Adventure, Comedy 99 mins

Americans decided to make sure that in the Arkhangelsk region village was found a diamond deposit, and sent there under the command of the submarine black veteran, who accompanied the Allied convoys during the 2nd World War. As a distraction the barrel full of alcohol (200 liters) was thrown to the shore. The barrel was caught by the local blacksmith Philemon. On this occasion villagers arranged festivities and all American submariners were gradually involved into it against their will.

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Timur Zelma

Timur Zelma Director of Photography

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Russia 01 January 1997

United States 10 October 1997

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