The original play was written by Bulgakov in 1935 (albeit not published until 1965) and, therefore, used a setting typical to the 1930s.
The film, released in 1973, made changes to the setting to make it contemporary.
As the police (tipped off by a neighbor who was burgled by Miloslavsky) close in on Shurik, who is frantically trying to repair the machine, the cover of Bunsha and Miloslavsky is blown and they have to fight off the Streltsy, who have figured out that Bunsha is an impostor.
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By accident, he sends Ivan Vasilevich Bunsha (Yuri Yakovlev), superintendent of his apartment building, and George Miloslavsky (Leonid Kuravlev), a small-time burglar, back into the time of Ivan IV "The Terrible".
The pair is forced to disguise themselves, with Bunsha dressing up as Ivan IV (tsar) and Miloslavsky as a knyaz (duke) of the same name.
The church depicted in the juxtaposed historical and current militia chases was the Church of St Simeon on the same street.
At the time the church building was in use as a museum, as can be seen by the signs in the film, but it has since been restored and is once again in use as an active church.
The following summer Spencer spent 10 days in Tsuru, Japan living with the Yoshino Family.