Amoki

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'''[1927]: Sakhkinmretsvi, Tbilisi, Georgia'''
'''[1927]: Sakhkinmretsvi, Tbilisi, Georgia'''
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''Amoki'' [A film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Amokläufer"]
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''Amoki'' [A silent black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Amokläufer"]
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Language: Georgian
Language: Georgian
Director: Kote Marjanishvili
Director: Kote Marjanishvili
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Production designer: Valerian Sidamon-Eristavi
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Producer: Valerian Sidamon-Eristavi
Script writer: Kote Marjanishvili
Script writer: Kote Marjanishvili
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Cast: Nato Vachnadze, Aleksandre Imedashvili, Valerian Gunia, Siko Palavandishvili et al.
Cinematographer: Sergei Zabozlayev
Cinematographer: Sergei Zabozlayev
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Cast: Nato Vachnadze, Aleksandre Imedashvili, Valerian Gunia, and Siko Palavandishvili
 
Runtime: 1 hour and 10 minutes
Runtime: 1 hour and 10 minutes
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Released in Georgia in 1927; released in the Soviet Union as "Amok. Zakon i dolg" on 24 Febraury 1928
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Released in Georgia in 1927; released in the Soviet Union as "Amok, zakon i dolg" on 24 February 1928
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See: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0259851/
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See: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0259851/fullcredits/
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[[Category:Films / Plays / Operas]]
[[Category:Films / Plays / Operas]]

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[1927]: Sakhkinmretsvi, Tbilisi, Georgia

Amoki [A silent black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Amokläufer"]

[1].
Language: Georgian
[2].
Director: Kote Marjanishvili
[3].
Producer: Valerian Sidamon-Eristavi
[4].
Script writer: Kote Marjanishvili
[5].
Cast: Nato Vachnadze, Aleksandre Imedashvili, Valerian Gunia, Siko Palavandishvili et al.
[6].
Cinematographer: Sergei Zabozlayev
[7].
Runtime: 1 hour and 10 minutes
[8].
Released in Georgia in 1927; released in the Soviet Union as "Amok, zakon i dolg" on 24 February 1928
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