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Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
209
1923
Up on the Wings *
1923, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2240 m, 82 min.
Script by Ivan Leonov
Boris Glagolev
Boris Mikhin
Directed by Boris Mikhin
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Svyatoslav Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Ya. Volkov, Maria Blyumental-Tamarina,
Boris Glagolev, Yu. Shibanov,A. Dodonova,
B. Bylinkin, V. Neverov, N. Nartov-Kurkin
A film about Russian engineer Glagolev and his son Boris
who designed a new plane on board of which Boris fought
against the White Guards when entered the Red Army.
1924
Father Knysh’s Gang
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1800 m, 66 min.
Script by Yury Tarich, Ayzikovich
Directed by Alexander Rasumny
Camera by Alexander Rasumny
Art design by Alexander Rasumny
S t a r r i n g
Peter Leontev, Alexander Hachaturyants, Boris
Shlikhting, Andrey Gorchilin, Vladimir Kriger, Nikolay
Okhlopkov
An adventure film about Soviet chekists at struggle with the
enemies of Revolution during the Civil War.
Enemies
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2052 m, 75 min.
Script by Yury Tarich, Ayzikovich
Directed by Cheslav Sabinsky
Camera by A.Ryllo
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Nelidov, Osip Bonus, Mikhail Tereshkovich,
Andrey Gromov, Ivan Koval-Samborsky, Leonid
Yurenev
About the decay of czarist army colonel's family under the
influence of the revolutionary events.
The Valley of Tears *
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2370 m, 87 min.
Script by Valentin Turkin,
Boris Martov
Directed by Alexander Rasumny
Camera by Alexander Rasumny
Art design by Alexander Rasumny
S t a r r i n g
Peter Leontev, N.Belyaev, Antonin Pankryshev, Nina
Shaternikova, O.Obolenskaya
Screen version of the legend about the Great Oyrot who lived in
the Altai Mountains and raised the people against Khan Tamga
hordes.
To Sky Victories *(“Forward and Higher”,
“Pilot Zhuravlev”)
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2100 m, 77 min.
Script by Ivan Leonov, Boris Glagolev
Directed by Alexander Anoshchenko
Camera by A. Ryllo, Boris Frantsisson
Art design by Alexander Ivanov
S t a r r i n g
Grigory Levkoev, Olga Tretyakova, Andrey Gromov, Lev
Konstantinovsky, Nikolay Bravko, Vsevolod Massino
An agitation film that treats of the Soviet aviation: its place in the Civil
War, inventors and designers of new types of planes.
How Peter Came to See Ilyich
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1350 m, 49 min.
Script by P. Dorokhov
Directed by Mikhail Doronin
Camera by Alfons Vinkler
S t a r r i n g
Voronovsky, Vladimir Maslov, G.Tyulenev,
G.Yablonskaya
On learning about Lenin's death a charity-boy gets to Moskow to
pay last respects to the leader of the revolution.
Mr. West's Extraordinary Adventures in
the Bolshevik's Land (“How will it End?",
“Mr. West”)
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2600 m, 95 min.
Script by Nikolay Aseev
Directed by Lev Kuleshov
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Vsevolod Pudovkin
S t a r r i n g
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Peter Podobed, Boris Barnet, Alexandra Khokhlova,
Vsevolod Pudovkin, Vladimir Fogel
A satirical comedy mocking the way some Americans think
about Soviet Russia.
Strike (“Devil's Nest”, “The History of a
Strike”)
1924, (rest. in 1969), ordinary, silent, b/w, 1969 m, 83 min.
Script by Valerian Pletnev
Sergey Eisenstein
Ilya Kravchukovsky
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Camera by Eduard Tisse, Vassily Khvatov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Klyukvin, Alexander Antonov, Grigory Alexandrov,
Maxim Shtraukh, Vera Yanukova, Vladimir Uralsky
A historic-revolutionary film about a strike at one of the largest
plants in Russia that was caused by a suicide committed by a
worker unfairly accused of stealing tools by the plant
administration.
A Good Company *
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2261 m, 83 min.
Script by Ivan Leonov, Leo Mur
Directed by Leo Mur
Camera by Eduard Tisse, A. Ryllo
Art design by Andrey Nikulin
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Alexeev, A. Konstantinov, Yu. Zimin, N.
Belyaev
About labour education of homeless children in the labour
colonies of mid 20s.
Saint Vassily Grjaznov
1924, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1600 m, 58 min.
Script by I.Shpitsberg
Directed by Cheslav Sabinsky
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Peter Starkovsky, Leonid Yurenev, Vera Malishevskaya,
Maria Babanova, Andrey Gromov, Antonin Pankryshev
About an imposter passing himself off as a man of God, in
reality former gangster who assisted in exploiting of factory
workers and was brought to the People's Court for trial.
1925
The Women's Village
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1750 m, 64 min.
Script by Sergey Mitrich
Directed by Sergey Mitrich
Camera by M. Naletny
S t a r r i n g
K. Chebysheva, Z. Engolts, Yu. Konovalov,
M. Gorbatova, K. Gavryushin, I. Latunin,
E. Budkevich, P. Poltoratsky, I. Arkanov, Vladimir
Uralsky,
About women of “Kutsy Log” village who take active part in
country's life.
The Battleship Potemkin (“1905”)
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1740 m, 75 min.
Duped in 1930, re-duped in 1950 (1850 m), rest. in 1976.
Script by Nina Agadzhanova
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Nikolay Kryukov,
Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Antonov, Vladimir Barsky, Grigory
Alexandrov, Mikhail Gromov, Ivan Bobrov, Andrey Fayt
An epic film about the “Potemkin” battleship’s crew heroic
mutiny in 1905.
Wolves *
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1100 m, 40 min.
Script by Yury Tarich
Directed by Leo Mur
S. Karver
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
K. Moskalev, N. Vitovtov, M. Budkova, Peter Kirilov,
Alexander Gromov,Vera Baranovskaya, Konstantin
Efimov, B. Snegirev, A. Otradin, Elena Egorova, I.
Arkanov, N. Titov, P. Poltoratsky
About class struggle in village in 1920-s.
Backcountry on the Volga
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1407 m, 51 min.
Script by Sergey Mitrich
Vera Malishevskaya
Directed by Sergey Mitrich
Camera by N. Efremov
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Art design by Isaak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
A. Tarabukhin, Valentin Makarov, Victor Uralsky,
Margarita Alexandrova, N. Kholmotorov, Sasha Gusev,
Mstislav Kotelnikov
About resistance offered by village commune to Yadloy's gang
that harassed the village.
Jewish Happiness (“Menakhem Mendel”)
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2400 m, 88 min.
Script by Grigory Gricher-Chericover
Teneromo,
Boris Leonidov
Directed by Alexey Granovsky
Camera by Eduard Tisse
V. Khvatov,
VI. N. Strukov
Art design by Natan Altman
S t a r r i n g
Solomon Mikhoels, I. Rogaler, S. Epshtein,
T. Khazak, Tamara Adelgeym, M. Goldblat, I. Shydlo, R.
Imentova, I. Abratam
Based on Shalom Aleikhem’s stories. Menakhem Mendel tries to
earn money as an outfitter, then as an insurance agent but always
fails to do so. Having stumbled on a list of rich brides lost by a
marriage broker, Menakhem makes up his mind to get down to
marriage broker’s work.But this adventure also ends in total
failure.
Predrevkom’s Wife (“The Wife of the
Chairman of Revolutionary Council”)
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1625 m, 59 min.
Script by Valery Pushkov
Alexander Ivanov-Guy
Directed by Alexander Ivanov-Guy
Camera by N. Efremov
Art design by Isaak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
V. Rogovskaya, G. Muzalevsky, G. Malinovskaya, A.
Sudakevich
The film is about Nina Kosovskaya, a counter-revolutionary
falling in love with the chairman of the Revolutionary Council,
she breaks with her past activity, but becomes known to the
“Cheka” Special Committee and dies.
The Gold Stock *
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1800 m, 66 min.
Script by Boris Leonidov
Directed by Vladimir Gardin
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Yurenev, Andrey Fait, Galina Kravchenko,
Eugeny Chervjakov
About the fight of Bolsheviks-members of underground
organizations and red partisans in the rear of Kolchak troops.
Saving the gold stock of Russia is the main idea of the film.
The Cross and the Gun
1925 (rest. and re-duped in 1968), ordinary, silent, b/w,
2200 m, 80 min.
Script by Lev Nikulin
Directed by Vladimir Gardin
Camera by Alexander Levitsky,
A. Stanke
Art design by Dmitry Colupayev
S t a r r i n g
Peter Starkovsky, Naum Rogozhin, Nina Li, Vladimer
Kriger, Peter Savin
About the exposure of catholic clergy to establishment of the new
authority in the Great October days in the West of Russia.
The Ray of Death
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2898 m, 106 min.
Script by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Directed by Lev Kuleshov
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Vsevolod Pudovkin,
Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Porfiry Podobed, Vsevolod Pudovkin, Vladimir Fogel,
Alexandra Khokhlova, Leonid Obolensky, Lev Kuleshov
An adventure film with the elements of science fiction
about a western worker who takes possession of the “Ray
of Death” device and uses it in the class struggle.
The Darkness (“Two Forces”)
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1880 m, 69 min.
Script by Yury Tarich
Directed by Eugeny Ivanov-Barkov
Yury Tarich
Camera by Alfons Vinkler
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Mstislav Kotelnikov, Alexander Zhukov, Ivan Kachalov,
Sofya Yakovleva, Tatiana Barysheva
Village Komsomol members carry revolutionary agitation
among the superstitious and religious peasants.
The Spider and Fly (“The People Enemy”,
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“Hooch – the People Enemy”)
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1600 m, 58 min.
Script by I. Galkin, L. Sukharebsky
Directed by Alexander Ivanov-Gay
Camera by A. Yalovoy
S t a r r i n g
Igor Lagutin, G. Malinovskaya, I. Zorin, Igor Belyaev, P.
Poltoratsky, Ivan Kachalov
About a struggle with the kulak-bootlegger who rosined his
home-folks. After the fire, which has happened due to Sidorka, a
sewed up poor man, the village inhabitants get punishment for
“kulak-spider” Terenty, who alone is really to blame of all their
troubles.
The First Lights *
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1882 m, 69 min.
Script by Yury Tarich
Directed by Yury Tarich
Camera by David Shlugleyt
Art design by Isaak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zhukov, Ivan Klyukvin, Alexander Antonov,
Grigory Kovrov
About the fight of the village council for everyday life
improvement in the first years of the New Economic Policy.
The Black Heart (“For the Black Heart”)
1925, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2130 m, 78 min.
Script by Andrey Bykhovsky
Grigory Gricher-Cherikover
Directed by Cheslav Sabinsky
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Minin, Georgy Bobynin, A.Gromov, Nikolay
Okhlopkov, Nikolay Verkhovsky
About the fight of the Donetsk workers and the Red Army
against the Denikin troops for the coalmines of Donets Basin.
1926
Abrek Zaur * (“The Son of the
Mountains”)
1926 (rest. in 1938), ordinary, silent, b/w, 2337 m, 85
min.
Script by I. Bey-Abay
Directed by Boris Mikhin
Camera by Konstantin Kuznetsov
Music by Vladimir Messman
Art design by Issak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Bestaev, Alexander Takayshvily,
N. Aganbekova, N. Gantarina, N. Sanov, Vladimir
Kriger, G. Chegelashvili, D. Kusov, V. Rogovskaya,
Annya Vassileva
About the fight of the high-landers led by Zaur-bek against the
Czar’s authorities in the middle of XIX century.
A Stray Sportsman
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1463 m, 53 min.
Script by Nikolay Bogdanov
Nikolay Bravko
Directed by Nikolay Bogdanov
Nikolay Bravko
Camera by N. Berezkin
M. Lider
S t a r r i n g
Lev Konstantinovsky, L. Efremova, Vladislav Tarasov,
Alexander Chistyakov
A comedy about a post-office employee’s decision to become a
sportsman to be up to the girl he loves.
The Bay of Death
1926 (rest. and duped in 1967), ordinary, silent, b/w, 1870 m, 68
min.
Script by Boris Leonidov
Victor Shklovsky
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Eugeny Slavinsky
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev,
Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Saltykov, Leonid Yurenev,
V. Yaroslavtsev, A. Ravich, A. Matsevich,
V. Lyudvinsky, E. Kartashova, A. Kharlamov, Nicolay
Okhlopkov, Andrey Fait
Based on a story «In the Otrada Bay» by A.Novikov-Priboy. One
of the southern seaport is occupied by the White Guards. The
partisans took up their positions in the lighthouse, Nikolay
Razdolny whose father, mechanic, does not share his son’s views
is among them. Having spied on Nikolay’s father the White
Guards arrest the “Lebed” ship’s crew and order the mechanic to
perform his former duties. But when the “Lebed” ship comes up
to the lighthouse, Nikolay’s father opens the kingstons and the
ship goes to the bottom …
The Great Path
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2350 m, 86 min.
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Script by Esfir Shub
Directed by Esfir Shub
Camera by N. Sokolov
A documentary film based on the archival records about the way
traversed by Russia.
The Wind (“Vassily Gulyavin’s Mistake»,
“The Gang Leader Lyolka”)
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2000 m, 73 min.
Script by Nikolay Saltykov,
Abram Room
Directed by Lev Sheffer, Cheslav Sabinsky
Camera by Vassily Khvatov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev,
Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Saltykov, N. Sokolova, Oksana Podlesnaya, Ivan
Bobrov, Alexander Antonov, Alexander Timontaev,
Vladimir Uralsky
A screen version of Boris Lavrenov’s novel of the same name
about Gulyavin, the Red Army regiment commander, and his
love to gang leader Lyolka.
The Skotinins
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2124 m, 78 min.
Script by Vera Stroyeva,
Serafima Roshal
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Nikolay Kozlovsky,
David Shlyugleyt
Art design by Isaak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
Varvara Massalitinova, P. Tamm, M. Stepanov,
N. Belyaev, Sofya Yakovleva, Nina Shaternikova, Nikolay
Lazarev, I. Doronin, G. Ivanovskaya, N. Borskaya
Based on D.Fonvisin’s comedy «The Young Ignoramus».
A Hut beside the Baikal *
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1910 m, 70 min.
Script by Vladimir Zubtsov
Directed by Boris Svetozarov
Camera by Grigory Lemberg
S t a r r i n g
V. Kuznetsov, M. Gorbatova, E. Tokmakov, Alexander
Cherkasov, B. Snegiryov, A. Teyfel,
G. Malakhov, S. Izakson.
About a struggle of partisan detachments and the Red Army units
against the remains of Kolchak’s and Baron Ungern’s White
Guard troops in Siberia in 1921.
Kashtanka *
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2188 m, 80 min.
Script by Yu. Bolotov
Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Directed by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Camera by Grigory Giber
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Panov, E. Khovanskaya, Antonin Pankryshev,
Naum Rogozhin, Leonid Yurenev,
Yu. Zimin, B. Snegirev, Elena Tyapkina
Based on the story of the same name by A. Chekhov
The Spider *
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1510 m, 55 min.
Script by Lev Goldenveizer
Directed by V. Sakhnovsky
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Art design by Isaak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Narokov, L. Bonus, M. Ruts, A. Gryzunov, Igor
Lagutin, A. Dolinin, Anton Sychyov, Konstantin Efimov
About the fight against kulaks in one of the Russia northern
villages of Medvezhy Log.
The Cold Wings
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2136 m, 78 min.
Script by Konstantin Shildkret
Viktor Shklovsky,
Yu.Tarich
Directed by Yury Tarich
Camera by Mikhail Vladimirsky
Art design by Valery Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Leonidov, S. Askarova, Vladimir Korsh-Sablin,
Nikolay Prozorovsky, Nikolay Vitovtov,
I. Arkanov, Vassily Makarov, Ivan Klyukvin,Sofya
Garrel, Mstislav Kotelnikov, Ivan Kachalov
XVI century. At times of Ivan the Terrible. About the tragic fate
of Nikishka, a gifted serf who was trying to fly by means of
makeshift wings, but fell victim to incomprehension and
untimeliness of his dream.

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