12 Chairs

(1971)
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A former aristocrat Ippolit Vorobyaninov leads a miserable life in Soviet Russia. His mother-in-law reveals a secret to him - she hid family diamonds in one of the twelve chairs they once had. Vorobyaninov in cooperation with a young con artist Ostap Bender start a long search for the diamonds.

  1. Leonid Gayday

    Director, Writer

  2. Yevgeni Petrov

    Novel

  3. Ilya Ilf

    Novel

  4. Vladlen Bakhnov

    Writer

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  1. Archil Gomiashvili

    Archil Gomiashvili

    Остап Бендер

  2. Sergei Filippov

    Sergei Filippov

    Киса Воробьянинов

  3. Mikhail Pugovkin

    Mikhail Pugovkin

    Отец Фёдор

  4. Nina Grebeshkova

    Nina Grebeshkova

    Мусик / Царица Тамара

  5. Yuriy Nikulin

    Yuriy Nikulin

    дворник Тихон

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12 Chairs
12 Chairs

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Original Title 12 стульев

Status Released

Release Information

  • July 7, 1971
    Theatrical

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Original Language Russian

Runtime 2h 41m

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