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  • Segment "Obsession" was also edited into and black-and-white short film Navazhdenie (1965), which was submitted to several film festivals and eventually won a Silver Dragon at Krakow Film Festival.
  • The original script, approved for production on 25 March 1964, had the student named Vladik (Vladislav) Arkov and contained only the first segments, later entitled "Companion" and "Obsession". In the first segments, Vladik would 're-educate' a gloomy and ignorant person and in the second, would prepare a loony teen named Ilyusha (Ilya), an only child, for entrance exams required to join an institute. The two segments were not enough for a feature film. 列昂尼德·盖代 had the idea to have Vladik meet the trio of Booby, Coward and Experienced from Samogonshchiki (1962) and this became the third segment, "Operation "Y", which gave the name to the whole movie.
  • The film was so enormously popular that it became the leader of Soviet film distribution in 1965 having 69.6 million viewers.
  • The film became a fountain of quotes for Soviet/Russian people. In spring 2012 a monument to Lida and Shurik reading the class notes over her shoulder was installed in front of the Kuban State Technological University, Krasnodar.
  • Many gags were improvised during the filming. For example, the scene with a skeleton clacking its teeth was an improvisation by 尤里·尼库林.
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