Na polputi k Lune

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Short film (1966)
Russian title: На полпути к Луне

Anatoly Azo (Valera Kirlichenko)
Elena Bratslavskaya (Tanya, the stewardess)
Valery Nosik (sailor)
Vasily Aksyonov (Pyotr, the writer)
Natalya Surovegina (Lariska)
Lev Durov (Banin, brother of Lariska)
Andrey Ladynin (passenger)
Viktor Markin (Manevich, Valera’s colleague)
Vlaidmir Lemport (passenger with a child)

Valera, a driver from Sakhalin goes to Black sea for a vacation and meets a beautiful stewardess while flying from Khabarovsk to Moscow. Hoping to meet her again, he buys a ticket to a return flight and starts flying back and forth until he runs out of savings.
NOTA : this short film is the third part of the Puteshestvie / Путешествие movie .

Tupolev Tu-114

Registration CCCP-76471 / SSSR-76471, s/n 608432. Built in 1960, written off in 1975, scrapped in 1976 at Domodedovo airport.

Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

Depicted in front of Khabarovsk airport old terminal.

Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

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The complete list is visible on Puteshestvie.

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