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Sokolovo (film)

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Directed byOtakar Vávra
Written byOtakar Vávra
Miloslav Fábera
Nikolai Figurovsky
StarringLadislav Chudík
Yury Solomin
Martin Štěpánek
Lev Ivanov
Jiří Pleskot
Hannjo Hasse
Vladimír Ráž
CinematographyAndrej Barla
Edited byAntonín Zelenka
Music byZdeněk Liška
Release date
Running time
128 minutes
LanguagesCzech, Russian

Sokolovo (Russian title Соколово) is a 1974 Soviet–Czechoslovak war film made by Otakar Vávra depicting the Battle of Sokolovo in 1943. The film was published in two parts and was meant as the middle part of Vávra's "war trilogy" consisting of movies Days of Betrayal, Sokolovo and Liberation of Prague.[1]


  1. ^ "Соколово". VokrugTV.

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