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Case No 128

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1927, First Film Studio VUFKU (Odesa), 6 parts / 1,737-1,750 m

 Leonid Hurevych, Mykhailo Kaplan
 Heorhii Drobin
 Ivan Suvorov, Heinrich Beisenherz
 Serhii Minin (Kravtsov, a prosecutor), V. Piddubnyi (Prokopchuk, an agent of the State Political Directorate), Borys Shelestov (Vinter, a counterintelligence officer), Yuliia Koshevska (his wife), Leonid Barbe (Banskyi, an intelligence agent), M. Khoroshun (head of the State Political Directorate), Dmytro Fedorovskyi (an agent of the State Political Directorate), K. Radmin (head of a housing cooperative

All over a sudden, in the street, the prosecutor Kravtsov recognizes the White Guard Vinter, sentenced to execution. The Red Army soldier Prokopchuk was supposed to carry out the sentence, however, it is found out that he felt sorry for the prisoner and released him. The agents of the State Political Directorate hunt down Vinter and the group of “smugglers and spies” headed by him. To catch the criminal, Prokopchuk works as a coastal guard. He tracks down Vinter returning from abroad on a schooner. In a desperate fight Prokopchuk dies with his enemy.

The film was released on 22 March 1927 in Kyiv. In September 1929, the film was demonstrated in the Russian USSR.

The film is lost.