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Catch phrases from old Soviet films are so widespread that it is difficult to find the original source. So from which movie - "in short, Sklifosovsky", not everyone can immediately remember. The words, first spoken by the character of Leonid Gaidai's comedy, have become truly popular. The expression is often used when you need to tell the speaker that you need to speak briefly and to the point.
Best Soviet comedy
The film "Prisoner of the Caucasus, or Shurik's New Adventures" of 1966 became one of the most popular in the country for a long time. Despite the fact that due to censorship, not only the script and text, but even the names of the characters had to be repeatedly changed, the comedy was a tremendous success. At the box office in 1967, the picture took first place, in the Soviet Union only in the first year it was watched by 76, 54million viewers. It was the last place where the famous comedy trio of petty crooks appeared together: Coward - Dunce - Experienced (Georgy Vitsin - Yuri Nikulin - Evgeny Morgunov).
The film has become an inexhaustible source for lovers of apt expressions and almost all of it was disassembled into quotes. For many admirers of Gaidai's work, the question did not even arise from which film "in short, Sklifosovsky" or, for example, "sorry for the bird."
The scene with the famous phrase
The episode from where the phrase "in short Sklifosovsky" went to the people, many viewers remembered well. In the scene of an attempt to rescue the main character, the beautiful Komsomol member Nina, from imprisonment, two liberators enter Comrade Saakhov's dacha. Disguised as medical workers, ambulance driver Edik and Shurik offer local crooks Trus, Dunce and Experienced to be vaccinated against foot-and-mouth disease. As a doctor at the sanitary and epidemiological station, Edik lectures them about the terrible consequences of the disease, in anticipation of the effect of the sleeping pills that they injected them under the guise of a vaccine.
Stupid, trying to stop the flow of boring and useless information, says: "in short, Sklifosovsky." From where the phrase then came into wide use in the country, becoming a synonym for such expressions as: "stop pouring water" and "closer to business." The episode was also remembered by many viewers by the size of the syringe used to inject Experienced.
Where it is used
The expression "in short, Sklifosovsky"(from where the phrase is often not mentioned) is widely used in articles, books and speech. In common use, in some cases, transforming into "shorter Skleikosovsky" or "shorter Sklekhosovsky" when the surname is distorted, sometimes intentionally, and sometimes simply because of ignorance of the original. And now the phrase is used when in a soft form you need to ask the speaker to be more specific and shorter.
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