Maxim Perepelitsa (1955) – Great song/great movie

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      Passionate Progressive
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      This popular Red Army choir song came from Maxim Perepelitsa, a movie about a cheerful, mischievous and resourceful young man from a Ukrainian village. He loves to make up stories and invent practical jokes. When he is drafted into the Russian Army, he doesn’t stop his antics. Here is the segment with the title song….

      Full movie (rated 7.7 on imbd) is linked here – about 1 hour.

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      Haikugal
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      I’ll enjoy watching this later…glad to see JPR is still in good form! ☺️

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