Director Igor Gostev did what many wanted – In “European History” (1984) he brought Standartenführer Stirlitz and Captain Kloss together – that is, he shot Vyacheslav Tikhonov and Stanislav Mikulsky (as well as Beata Tyshkevich, as seen on the poster).

Mikulsky also played his last role in the Russian TV series What the Dead Man Said (1999) based on the detective I. Khmelevskaya. Starring – Marta Klubovich, episodic – Eva Shikulska

And Gostev, after “European History”, filmed Grazhina Shapolovsku in “Middle Eastern History” (published in 1987 by “Zagon”) …

In the retro detective story “First Meeting, Last Meeting” she played the Polish singer Wanda and sang “Misty Morning”

Following Konchalovsky’s path, A. Proshkin invited Machey Damentsky and Karolina Grushka to play the role of noble heroes of Pushkin’s “The Captain’s Daughter” (“Russian Riot”, 1999)

Grushka later married Russian director Ivan Vyrypaev

… and starred with him, for example, in “Oxygen” (2009)

In “Taras Bulba” (2009), it would be strange not to invite a polka – actress and top model Magdalena Meltsazh

In the TV series “Wolf Messing: Who Seen Through Time” (2009), the Polish lover of the legendary psychic was played by Edita Herbus, an actress, dancer – Eurovision winner, and TV presenter

“The Most Russian Polish Actor” Today – Pavel Delong. He has starred at the moment in a couple of dozen of our series and films, such as “Ulanskaya Ballad”, “Department of SSSR”, “Beach”, etc. Sometimes his name was written by mistake – “Delag”. The fact is that in Polish the word “Deląg” is written with the letter “ą”, which reads like “he” … Pavel is practically a Polish-Russian DELON! ))))

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