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Lights on the River

Lights on the River is a 1954 Soviet children's film directed by Viktor Eisymont. A screen version of the novel of the same name by Nikolai Dubov.

Plot

Schoolboy from Kiev came on vacation to his uncle, a working buoy-driver on the Dnieper. Not at once, but he made friends with the local guys, and even helped his uncle to prevent the ship from crashing.

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    author
    director Viktor Eisymont
    genre comedy
    keywords dnieper kiev
    musicBy Anatoly Lepin
    productionCompany Gorky Film Studio
    theme children's children's comedy