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The Deluge (1974) Poster

(1974)

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The third most popular film in the history of Polish cinema.
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Large parts of the film was shot in the Soviet Union, in the environs of Minsk they built Wodokty, Wolomontowicza and Lubicz and many of the battle scenes were filmed in Kiev, in the basin of the Dniepr River.
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Twenty three thousand costumes and thousands of artifacts were procured. A huge clumbrine cannon, an 18-pounder with serpent-shaped handles, was cast in Eblong's Zamech works.
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Potop is the Polish word for Deluge. A Deluge is a large downpour of rain.
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Krzysztof Kowalewski, playing a character of Roch Kowalski, an alleged cousin of Jan Onufry Zagloba, played Zagloba himself in later With Fire and Sword (1999).
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