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Amphibian Man (DVD NTSC)

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Studio(s): Ruscico, Lenfilm
DVD Region: ALL

Theatrical release: 1961
DVD release: 2000
Sound format(s): Dolby Digital 5.1
Language(s): Russian, English, French, Arabic (voice-over)
Subtitles: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Hebrew, Japanese, English, German, Russian
Format: 4:3
Genre(s): Melodrama, Mystery

This romantic melodrama, based on the science-fiction novel of the same name by Alexander Belyaev, became a box-office leader in the USSR in 1961. There is a panic in a small seacoast town: the newspapers are full of reports about a “sea devil” terrifying the local fishermen. But no one saw him up close. A beautiful girl named Guttiere happened to meet him under dramatic circumstances. And the devil turned out… to be an amphibian man by the name of Ichthyander. His origin is unusual, his life is mysterious and full of riddles. His element is the sea, he can not stay long with ordinary people on earth. By falling in love with Guttiere, who is forced to marry the ignoble and treacherous Zurita, he is subjecting his life to a deadly risk… Actor Vladimir Korenev was doubled by the USSR underwater swimming champion Rem Stukalov.

Special Freatures:
The Original Theatrical Trailer (1961); A Documentary « In Quest of Ichtyander » ; Episodes from the Filming Scene; A soundtrack with the sing from the film; Filmography, Photos; Original Theatrical from the Collection « Fairy Tales »

Director:
Gennadij Kazanskij, Vladimir Chebotarev

Script:
Akiba Gol'burt, Aleksandr Ksenofontov, Aleksej Kapler

Camera:
Eduard Rozovskij

Music:
Andrey Petrov

Cast:
Anastasiya Vertinskaya, Mikhail Kozakov, Yurij Medvedev, Vladimir Korenev, Nikolaj Simonov, Vladlen Davydov, Aleksandr Smiranin, Georgij Tusuzov

Art Director:
Vsevolod Ulitko

Sound producer:
Lev Val'ter