The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming Movie Review 1966

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Based on the comic novel "The Off-Islanders" by Nathaniel Benchley, this is the story of a Russian sub which accidentally runs aground off the New England coast. The residents falsely believe that the nine-man crew is the beginning of a Soviet invasion, though the men are only looking for help. A memorable set of silly events follows the landing, engineered by a gung-ho police chief and a town filled with overactive imaginations.

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Mike LeBell's Video, 75 Freemont Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90005, Phone: (213)938-3333, Fax: (213)938-3334, Email: mlvideo@aol.com

Available on VHS
Running time 126 minutes.

Cast and Crew

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Cast
Alan Arkin, Carl Reiner, Theodore Bikel, Eva Marie Saint, Brian Keith, Paul Ford, Jonathan Winters, Ben Blue, Tessie O'Shea, Doro Merande, John Phillip Law
Cinematography
Joseph Biroc
Director
Norman Jewison
Producer
United Artists

Awards

Golden Globes 1967: Actor--Mus./Comedy (Arkin), Film--Mus./Comedy.

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