Devchata1961

Devchata

Starring Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Nikolai Rybnikov, Lyusyena Ovchinnikova, Stanislav Khitrov, Inna Makarova and S. Druzhinina, "Devchata" is 1961 Comedy/Romance film directed by Yuri Chulyukin, and written by B. Bednyj.

Directed by:
Yuri Chulyukin
Written by:
B. Bednyj

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