Find By Justin Wolff, Aug. 23, 2001

Find By Justin Wolff, Aug. 23, 2001

The FAQ web page at A Volga woman: International Bureau of Introductions (www. Volgagirl.com): Umm, exactly exactly what?

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Oh, cool. Exactly what about this Volga thing? Is not that a show tune about boatmen or something like that? Are not show tunes only a little, you understand, strange?

Don’t be considered a moron, idiot. “The Song for the Volga Boatmen” is a people track through the Volga River Valley in western Russia. The track is a recurring theme in The Volga Boatmen, Cecil B. DeMille’s very very first separately produced, small-scale epic movie in regards to the Russian Revolution. DeMille saw the boatmen as “the human being mules of Russia”— the abused peasants of an state that is aristocratic. The Volga, in addition, may be the longest river in Europe. Continue reading “Find By Justin Wolff, Aug. 23, 2001”