Master i Margarita

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Мастер и Маргарита (Master i Margarita) title screen.

TV Series (2005)
Russian title : Мастер и Маргарита
French title : Le Maître et Marguerite
English title : The Master and Margarita

Oleg Basilashvili (Woland)
Aleksandr Galibin (the Master)
Anna Kovalchuk (Margarita)
Kirill Lavrov (Pontius Pilate)
Sergey Bezrukov (Yeshua)

(Synopsis needed)

Laville PS-89

Ep. 09
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (civil section).
At around 20 minutes, footage from the 1940 movie; all data about this aircraft on this page.

MM9 PS-89.jpg

Ilyushin Il-14

Ep. 09
The small air cope near the upper right blade makes the difference with the Ilyushin Il-12. Both are postwar and so anachronic regarding the action set in the 1930's.

MM9 Il-14.jpg

Antonov An-2

Ep. 09
Same comment as the Antonov An-2 maiden flight was only in 1947.

The cabin door of the real PS-89 was nearly twice smallest as you can watch it on the original movie (Budni).
MM9 An-2.jpg

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