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12 Stulyev

Who was the first to bring the great novel "12 Chairs" to the screen? You say "Leonid Gaidai" - and it will be a mistake. In our country, the first director was Alexander Belinsky (Leningrad television, 1966). Filming the favorite books of millions is a difficult task. The audience knows the plot in detail. Winged phrases have long gone to the people. Everyone has their own idea of ​​the main characters. In general, dissatisfied will be sure. So the version of "12 chairs", proposed by Alexander Belinsky, of course, will not suit everyone.


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Zwölf Stühle

The film TWELVE CHAIRS linked in a spectacular way the dramaturgy of a treasure hunt and chase with a dense imagery of people and places. It tells both of yesterday and today, the reality of the people in the CIS countries and the universal humanity of our own actions. Large social utopia thus mixes with the individual hope of personal happiness, be it through money or in love.


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Mechty idiota

The ice has broken, gentlemen of the jury! New time requires a new image of the Turkish national Ostap Bender. He still selflessly loves money. As in the days of the NEP, his big blue dream remains white pants and distant Rio de Janeiro. His methods of achieving the goal are still the same - honest taking money from citizens.


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12 stulev

Two scoundrels try to find the twelve chairs, in one of which their aunts has sewn jewelry into.


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Aranyborjú
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Ekhali v tramvaye Ilf i Petrov

The film tells about the life of the Soviet country in the 30s of the twentieth century, based on the feuilletons and notebooks of famous writers Ilya Ilf and Eugene Petrov…


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12 stulev

Two gentlemen of fortune from the times of Imperial Russia are looking for an uncountable treasure at the dawn of the Soviet Union age.


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In 1920s Soviet Russia, a fallen aristocrat, a priest and a con artist search for a treasure of jewels hidden inside one of twelve dining chairs, lost during the revolution.


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Mario, a young philanderer, receives 13 antique chairs in a bad state by inheritance and decides to sell off them to get some money. Afterwards he gets to know that one of them contains documents worth a lot of money. So he begins an adventurous trip to regain possession of the chair. On the way he meets many strange people who would like to help or to swindle him.


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Zolotoy telyonok

A crook named Ostap Bender, who survived a murder attempt by Kisa Vorobyaninov in "12 Chairs," now schemes to extort 1 million from an underground millionaire.


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Las doce sillas

When her country is taken over by socialist revolutionaries, a wealthy woman can't bear to give up all of her wealth and possessions to the new government, so she hides all of her treasures in the 12 chairs of a dining-room set. After her death her nephew finds out what she had done and, since the chairs had been "nationalized" and are now in the possession of a dozen different people, he sets out to track them down and get the treasures he believes rightfully belong to him.


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Treze Cadeiras


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The ringmaster of a flea circus inherits a fortune...if he can find which chair it's hidden in.


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13 Stühle

Rabe travels to Vienna in hope of a great inheritance from his aunt. But there are only 13 chairs waiting for him, which he sells. Then he finds a letter from the aunt announcing that she has hidden her money in one of the chairs.


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A fortune in gems is hidden in one of six chairs, and it's up to the prospective heir to find it.


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Dvanáct křesel
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The first movie adaptation of the Russian novel "The Twelve Chairs" by Ilya Ilf and Yevgeniy Petrov. The basic idea from this movie, in which a barber and an antique salesman were searching for money hidden in one of of twelve chairs, was later reused for other official and unofficial adaptions of the book

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