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Zaryazhennye smertyu, Movie, 1991 IMDB

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Gamer DE

2017-09-14 10:37

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Filmed in Sakhalin, which was one of the reasons I did this movie - another was the hilariously faked US scenes. :D

Partially endorsed by the US Coast Guard.

This Coast Guard heli plays a major role - [*][*][*][*]:
[Image: uscoastguard1.jpg] [Image: coastguardheli2.jpg] [Image: milcoastguard1.jpg] [Image: milcoastguard3.jpg] [Image: fakeuscoastguardheli.jpg]

But there are also these two Soviet helicopters:
[Image: redarmyheli1.jpg] [Image: redarmyheli3.jpg] [Image: redarmyheli2.jpg] [Image: redstarhelicopter.jpg]
[Image: soevietheli2.jpg] [Image: graysovietheli.jpg] [Image: graysovietheli3.jpg]

And this jet:
[Image: sovietjet.jpg]

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2017-09-14 13:23

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The supposed US Coast Guard helicopter is a Soviet Mil Mi-24 helicopter gunship.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mil_Mi-24

Gamer DE

2017-09-14 13:25

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Ah, no wonder, they shot at it and it began misfiring.

The movie was still sponsored by the Coast Guard as their logo appears at the very beginning (with a "200 Years of Service" subtitle, suggesting a July 1990 filming date)

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2017-09-14 13:43

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Information in Russian: http://www.kino-teatr.ru/kino/movie/sov/2399/annot/

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Loaded with Death
Soviet Union (Russian title) Заряженные смертью

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103321/releaseinfo

3loader RU

2017-09-14 15:10

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Gamer wrote Filmed in Sakhalin, which was one of the reasons I did this movie - another was the hilariously faked US scenes. :D

Partially endorsed by the US Coast Guard.

This Coast Guard heli plays a major role - [*][*][*][*]:
[Image: uscoastguard1.jpg] [Image: coastguardheli2.jpg]


Oh, thats where i saw it. Thank you, Gamer for posting these movies from godawfull times!

Gamer DE

2017-09-14 15:12

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What made those times so bad?

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3loader RU

2017-09-14 15:31

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Yeah, mostly instant poverty, starvation, growing crime level, antirussian propaganda in media, depression, dirty streets, lame music, tasteless movies. Communism falls years before that, nobody did cares about. Few decades after Khrushov people just pretends that they believe in socialistic ideas, but it was just formalism. Early 90's its rather economy shock and losing usual order of things. Thats why some politicians still use 90's as a scarecrow to stay in charge.

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Gamer DE

2017-09-14 15:47

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I don't really care about the content of these Soviet and post-Soviet films (except here I did) basically if it's not too close to 100 minutes and released between 1991/92-97, I'm in.

The movies from the Brezhnev, Antonov and Cherkov era I find rather boring, as the USSR was still a closed-off state at this point with no interesting vehicles - just a wall of Volgas, Moskvitches, ZILs and Ladas.

3loader RU

2017-09-14 16:28

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Well thats understandable point. Mostly they really boring))

Gag Halfrunt UK

2017-09-15 01:12

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@Gamer: You'll like /movie.php?id=89721

LVCDC FR

2017-09-15 21:35

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Thanks Gamer !

IMPDB hosts a dedicated page since 2014.

I add the link to IMCDB.

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