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 Post subject: Russian laserdiscs?
PostPosted: 16 Jan 2016, 07:47 
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I'd like to know what Russian/Soviet produced movies were given laserdisc releases (I'm hoping to start a collection of these). So far it seems to be mostly Tarkovsky movies that I'm finding.
List so far:

Battleship Potemkin (1925)
Alexander Nevsky (1938)
Andrei Rublev (1966)
Solaris (1972)
Stalker (1979)
Burnt by the Sun (1994)

edit: added to the list.
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PostPosted: 16 Jan 2016, 08:33 
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Japan also had a "Soviet Film Collection" going for a little while.

Of course, that means Russian with Japanese subtitles:


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 Post subject: Re: Russian laserdiscs?
PostPosted: 16 Jan 2016, 09:43 
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Stalker (1979) [NDH-103]
My Name is Ivan (1962) [NDH-105]
Osvobozhdenie: vol.1 (1969) [NDH-106]
Osvobozhdenie: vol.2 (1969) [NDH-109]
Battle for Moscow: Part 1 (1985) [NDH-112]
Battle for Moscow: Part 2 (1985) [NDH-113]
Osvobozhdenie: vol.3 (1969) [NDH-118]
Zhavoronok (1964) [NDH-116]
Soldaty svobody (1977) [NDH-120]
Интердевочка (Interdevochka/Intergirl) (1989) [PILF-7166]
Come and See (Idi i smotri) (1985) [L050-5050~1]
Viy (1967) [TLL 2051]
Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano, An (1977) [TLL 2083]
Soviet Animation (1986) [SF098-1366]
Yuri Norshteyn: Skazka Skazok + others [SF088-1026]
Little Vera (1988) [LVD8907]
Aelita: The Queen of Mars (1924) [ID1996DS]
Sex and Perestroika (Sex et perestroika) (1990) [LILD0097]

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Dyadya Vanya [VHP78031]
Que Viva Mexico! (1979) [VHP78030]


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 Post subject: Re: Russian laserdiscs?
PostPosted: 17 Jan 2016, 14:53 
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Here is a box set:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Classics-of-Ear ... 1288893664
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PostPosted: 17 Jan 2016, 15:09 
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bifrostbear wrote:
Here is a box set


Indeed:

Vol 1 - Classics of Early Soviet Cinema #1 [ID3401DS]
Vol 2 - Classics of Early Soviet Cinema - Second Series [ID3774DS]

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 Post subject: Re: Russian laserdiscs?
PostPosted: 17 Jan 2016, 21:51 
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cz8c wrote:
I'd like to know what Russian/Soviet produced movies were given laserdisc releases (I'm hoping to start a collection of these). So far it seems to be mostly Tarkovsky movies that I'm finding.
List so far:

Battleship Potemkin (1925)
Alexander Nevsky (1938)
Andrei Rublev (1966)
Solaris (1972)
Stalker (1979)
Burnt by the Sun (1994)

edit: added to the list.


Hi cz8c,

Unfortunately, I only have one such film in my collection which you can add to your list. You will not find it listed here yet, as it is in the "pending submissions" section of the site, awaiting Julien's validation. However, it is a very unusual release indeed. It is a disc which was released in Mainland China. The film is a Russian submarine warfare movie with the title Komandir schastlivoy 'Shchuki', also known as The Captain of the Lucky Pike. The reference number for the release is TA056. It is a bilingual disc, with the soundtrack in the original Russian language on one set of audio tracks, and dubbed into Mandarin on the other set. It's certainly not the type of disc you would stumble upon everyday, that's for sure!

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 Post subject: Re: Russian laserdiscs?
PostPosted: 18 Jan 2016, 04:40 
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laserking wrote:
You will not find it listed here yet, as it is in the "pending submissions" section of the site, awaiting Julien's validation.


Not pending anymore :-)

Komandir Schastlivoy Shchuki (1973) [TA056]

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Awesome. Man with the Movie Camera is a great film. Haven't seen any of the others included in that box.
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 Post subject: Re: Russian laserdiscs?
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2016, 22:21 
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laserking wrote:
You will not find it listed here yet, as it is in the "pending submissions" section of the site, awaiting Julien's validation.


Not pending anymore :-)

Komandir Schastlivoy Shchuki (1973) [TA056]

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Thank you, Julien! I just officially added it to my collection listing. I haven't been on the site for several days, so I just found out that it had been validated. I truly appreciate it, my friend! :thumbup: Now, it's time to do another update!

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 Post subject: Re: Russian laserdiscs?
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Another unusual release discovered and kindly added by stas485:

Ну, погоди! [---]
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 Post subject: Re: Russian laserdiscs?
PostPosted: 24 Aug 2023, 11:06 
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Wow, Nu Pogodi on laserdisc.

I'd love to get this but I've got a hunch this is harder to find than a reddit moderator who can see his own genitals without a mirror.
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