|Russian: Белый взрыв|
|Directed by||Stanislav Govorukhin|
|Edited by||Valentina Oleynik|
|Music by||Sofiya Gubaydulina|
White Explosion (Russian: Белый взрыв) is a 1969 Soviet action film directed by Stanislav Govorukhin.
The film takes place in 1942, when Soviet climbers saved the inhabitants of the Caucasus foothills by sacrificing themselves.
- Sergey Nikonenko as Kolya Spichkin (as S. Nikonenko)
- Lyudmila Gurchenko as Vera Arsenova (as L. Gurchenko)
- Anatoliy Ignatyev as Vadim Baranov (as A. Ignatyev)
- Armen Dzhigarkhanyan as Artyom Arsenov (as A. Dzhigarkhanyan)
- Fyodor Odinokov as Semyon Ivanovich (as F. Odinokov)
- Leo Pilpani as Shota Iliani (as L. Pilpani)
- Bukhuti Zakariadze as Tengiz Aleksandrovich (as B. Zakariadze)
- Stepan Krylov
- Nikolai Fyodortsov
- A. Ivanov