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Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 122

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Languages: la, en

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  • 1962-12-19
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  • 1962-12-21
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  • 1963-01-11
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  • 1963-02-11
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  • 1963-02-15
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  • 1963-02-25
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  • 1964-01-01
     e 12

  • 1964-01-02
     M/12

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Content Score: 100

(1962)

6.5/10 (3 votes)

Overview

The Cossacks of Eastern Europe join the Poles to rid the Turks from the Steps of Europe. In return for their aid, the Poles agree to give control of the Steps to the Cossacks. After the battle, however, the Poles back out of their agreement and force the Cossacks into the hills. Taras Bulba, a Cossack Colonel, raises his son, Andrei Bulba to learn the ways of the Poles so he can one day defeat them in battle. In his learning process, however, Andrei falls in love with the daughter of a Polish Nobleman. This twist causes Andrei Bulba to choose between the love of the Cossacks, and the love of a woman, and causes Taras Bulba to choose between the love of his son, and the love of the Cossacks.

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Crew

Director: J. Lee Thompson
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Cast

Tony Curtis

Tony Curtis
as Andrei Bulba

Yul Brynner

Yul Brynner
as Taras Bulba

Sam Wanamaker

Sam Wanamaker
as Filipenko

Brad Dexter

Brad Dexter
as Shilo

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