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Molchaniye doktora Ivensa, Movie, 1973 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Dr. Iven's Silence
  • The Silence of Dr. Evans
  • Evans doktor titka (Hungary)
  • Kosmos: Anno 2000 (Italy)

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3loader RU

2011-07-20 11:55

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Kamov Ka-26 for IMPDB [Image: 9b47a4141377696.jpg]

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-07-20 12:32

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Another Soviet film set in "the West"? :) Judging by the number of Škodas, it looks as if it was fimed at least partially in Czechoslovkia.

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3loader RU

2011-07-20 12:39

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Yes, right.
Except year. Imdb listed Hungarian release, due russian sources it was filmed in 1973.
http://www.kinopoisk.ru/level/1/film/95439 Link to "ru.wikipedia.org"

ingo DE

2011-07-20 13:10

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If you see the background cars -so many Skodas among them, nearly nothing Sovietish- and also the architecture, it was very probable filmed in CS, maybe H, but not in SU.

P.S. Plus the many Simcas. A very popular brand in the CS back then.

-- Last edit: 2011-07-20 13:11:04

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-07-20 13:49

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And the Chrysler 180 was popular (for a Western model):
/vehicle_306039-Chrysler-2-Litres-949-1976.html

sergej CZ

2011-07-20 18:22

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For sure filmed in Prague...the main street with red Octavia leads to Prague airport Ruzyně...and Škoda 1203 was hardly seen in another COMECON country...

ingo DE

2011-07-21 12:47

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Gag Halfrunt wrote And the Chrysler 180 was popular (for a Western model):
/vehicle_306039-Chrysler-2-Litres-949-1976.html

Even wickey's father had one ;)

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