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MOSFILM CATALOG
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Life isn’t All Beer and Skittles (“Lavr
Dubovik”, “The Devil’s Site”) *
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1564 m, 57 min.
Script by I. Zarechny
Oleg Leonidov
Directed by Kazimir Gertel
Camera by Mikhail Vladimirsky
Art design by Isaak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
S. Likhomsky, A. Florinskaya, Alexander Bykov,
P. Pashkov, N. Bogdanova, Konstantin Efimov,
T. Kunitskaya
About the poor peasants’ fight against kulaks in the time of the
Civil War.
According to the Law
(“The Threesome”)
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1673 m, 61 min.
Script by Viktor Shklovsky
Directed by Lev Kuleshov
Camera by Konstantin Kuznetsov
Art design by Isaak Makhlis
S t a r r i n g
Alexandra Khokhlova, Sergey Komarov, Vladimir Fogel,
Porfiriy Podobed, Peter Galadzhev
A courtroom drama based on the story “The Unexpected” by J.
London. The gold diggers strike lucrative gold deposits in
Klondike. The things are going well but suddenly irishman
Deinin kills two members of the group. The Nilsens manage to
catch and pinion the killer, however, being an outlaw they don’t
know how to punish him.
The Arab Descendant
(“The Russian Horse”) *
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1751 m, 64 min.
Script by Nikolay Shpikovsky
Directed by Yakov Morin
Camera by Abram Grinberg
Art design by I .Sukiasov
S t a r r i n g
A. Sadomov, Ya. Bulatov, T. Sinitsina,
A. Neznamov, L. Davydenko, Naum Rogozhin, Nikolay
Alexeev, Vladimir Sokolov, P. Poltoratsky, Peter Zinovev,
E. Morozova
About count Orlov’s stud-farm where the trotters were bred that
made a good name for both Russian and Soviet horse-breeding.
The Traitor *
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2100 m, 77 min.
Script by Lev Nikulin
Victor Sklovsky
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Eugeny Slavinsky
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
Sergey Yutkevich
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Panov, P. Korizno, E.Khovanskaya, Nikolay
Radin, David Gutman, Nikolay Okhlopkov, Leonid
Yurenev, Valery Poddubny, Tamara Adelgeym,
Konstantin Efimov
Based on the story “The Sailors’ Silence” by L. Nikulin about an
exposure of provocateur who has betrayed the revolutionary
sailors.
The Steppe Lights *
1926, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1729 m, 63 min.
Script by V. Bulak
Yury Korotkov
Batalov
Directed by Grigory Lemberg
Camera by Grigory Lemberg
S t a r r i n g
M. Ruts, Osip Bonus, Mikhail Narokov
About the participation of Orenburg railroad workers in the
revolutionary movement of 1905, 1917.
1927
Anne (“The Mystery of Anne Guy”) *
1927, ordinary, sound, b/w, 1922 m, 70 min.
Script by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Ivan Pravov
Directed by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Camera by Vassily Khatov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Timchenko, Mikhail Zharov,
Y. Akzamov, Naum Rogozhin, Leonid Yurenev, Elena
Tyapkina
About Anne, a teen-age girl who helped a sailor Zhdan to deliver
arms to the Red Army units.
The Women of Ryazan
1927, (partly duped in 1929), ordinary, silent, b/w, 1845 m, 67 min.
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Script by O. Vishnevskaya
B. Altshuler
Directed by O. Preobrazhenskaya
Camera by Konstantin Kuznetsov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
R. Puzhnaya, Emma Tsesarskaya, K. Yastrebitsky, O.
Narbekova, Georgy Bobynin, Mitya Savelev, Elena
Maximova, Galina Korolyova
A kitchen-sink drama of Russian village life on the eve of the
Revolution and first October years. About a hard life of Anna, a
soldier’s wife committing suicide, and about Vassilisa, her lively
and energetic sister, openly defying the old way of life.
Bulat-Batyr (“The Pugachev Times”)
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2220 m, 81 min.
Script by Natan Zarkhi
Yury Tarich
Directed by Yury Tarich
Camera by Grigory Giber
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
I. Arkanov, V. Yaroslavtsev, Ada Voytsyk, Ivan
Klyukvin, Sergey Borisov, Naum Rogozhin, Galina
Kravchenko, Mstislav Kotelnikov, Tatiana Barysheva
About a fight of Kazan tartars against autocratic-serfdom
oppression in XVIII.
An Acquaintance of Yours
(«The Journalist») *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1800 m, 66 min.
Script by Alexander Kurs
Directed by Lev Kuleshov
Camera by Konstantin Kuznetsov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
Alexander Rodchenko
S t a r r i n g
Alexandra Khokhlova, Peter Galadzhev, Yury
Vasilchikov, B.Ferdinandov, A. Chekulayeva, Andrey
Gromov
About Khokhlova, a girl-reporter who at the time of NEP
falls in love with a married man who is dishonest to her.
Thief (“Branded by a Cross”) *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1553 m, 57 min.
Script by Sergey Alymov
Directed by Valerian Inkizhinov
Camera by G. Blyum
Art design by G. Blyum
S t a r r i n g
Kho Ben, Khi Yen, Kross, Bo Chun, Ay-Sen,
Kho Don
About the fight of Koreans against the local rich and foreign
colonizers.
Two Friends, a Model and a Girl (“Fuss
about the Machine”, “Thrilling Adventures
of Akhov and Makhov”)
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1815 m, 66 min.
Script by Alexey Popov
Mikhail Karostin
Directed by Alexey Popov
Camera by Abram Grinberg
Gleb Troyansky
Art design by Viktor Aden
S t a r r i n g
S. Yablokov, Sergey Lavrentev, Olga Tretyakova, N.
Nirov, Alexey Popov
A comedy about two young inventors who fight against
bureaucracy and private enterprises.
The Wife *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1643 m, 60 min.
Script by Alexander Dubrovsky
Directed by Mikhail Doronin
Camera by Vassily Khvatov
Art design by Vyacheslav Shestakov
I. Sukiasov
S t a r r i n g
A. Usoltsev, Nikolay Batalov, E. Khovanskaya, K.
Polovtsev, Vera Popova, Natalia Vassileva, Nikolay
Kutuzov, Alexander Usoltsev
About complicated relations in the family of Glazkov, a deputy
director of textile factory in the NEP times. Varvara, his wife, on
learning about his meanness, leaves him and takes the children
along.
The Fankony Cafe *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1816 m, 66 min.
Script by S. Ueyting
Stanislav Radzinsky
Alexander Rubinshteyn
Directed by Mikhail Kapchinsky
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Vassily Kovrigin
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Kovrigin, N. Zubova, Igor Ivanov, Maxim
Shtraukh, Alexander Antonov, Leonid Yurenev, Vladimir
Kriger
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About children exploitation in pre-revolutionary Russia.
The Beautiful Kharita
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1867 m, 68 min.
Script by Ippolit Sokolov
Directed by Lev Sheffer
Camera by Vassily Khvatov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
O. Podlesnaya, Ivan Kapralov, A. Otradin, Dmitry
Bogolepov
Based on the story “The Yard” by A. Karavaeva about a class
struggle in the Soviet countryside at the time of organization of
the first collective farms.
Leon Couturier (“A Story of an Ordinary
Thing”) *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1820 m, 66 min.
Script by Boris Leonidov
Vladimir Kasyanov
Directed by Vladimir Kasyanov
Camera by Mikhail Vladimirsky
Art design by I. Sukiasov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Shlifting, Julia Solntseva, A.Pankryshev, Leonid
Yurenev, Vsevolod Massino, Naum Rogozhkin, Vladimir
Uralsky
Based on the novel “A Story of an Ordinary Thing” by B.
Lavrenev about the selfless struggle of underground workers in
the Ukraine small town occupied by the White Guards in 1919.
October
1927 (rest. in 1967), ordinary, silent, b/w, 2873 m, 105 min.
Script by Sergey Eisenstein
Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Vassily Kovrigin
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Nikandrov, Nikolay Popov, Boris Livanov,
Eduard Tisse
About the revolutionary events in Petrograd of 1917. For the first
time this film creates the image of V. I. Lenin, a leader of
Revolution.
The Fall of the Romanovs
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1803 m, 66 min.
Script by Esfir Shub
Directed by Esfir Shub
Camera by E. Demin
A. Vinogradov
V. Evstigneev
E.Gaman
Film reissue in 1967
Art director: Sergey Yutkevich
Playwright: Sergey Drobashenko
Camera by E. Demin
A. Vinogradov
V. Evstigneev
E. Gaman
Art design by A. Kobrin
A comparative documentary based on the newsreels depicting the
life of the ruling elite and the poverty of the people demonstrates
the acuteness of social contradictions in Russia before to the
Revolution.
Way to Damask (“Utrish”) *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1647 m, 60 min.
Script by Stanislav Ueyting
Alexander Rubinshteyn
Directed by Lev Shefer
Camera by G. Blyum
Art design by G. Bayzengerts
S t a r r i n g
N. Sinelnikov, V. Gryunberg, Alexander Antonov, Ivan
Kapralov
About the battle in the open sea between the Soviet sailors and a
group of White Guard officers.
Mr. Lloyd’s Trip *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1582 m, 58 min.
Script by Dmitry Smolin
Directed by Dmitry Bassalygo
Camera by Eugeny Slavinsky
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Olga Tretyakova, Nikolay Vitovtov, E. Lepkovsky, O.
Vadina, M. Arnazi, Ivan Khudoleev
The film is about a former Vrangel soldier who deserted the
foreign legion and returned to the USSR.
Third Meschanskaya Str.
(“The Loving Threesome”)
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2025 m, 74 min.
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Script by Victor Shklovsky
Abram Room
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Grigory Giber
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
Sergey Yutkevich
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Batalov, Ludmila Semenova, Vladimir Fogel,
Leonid Yurenev, E. Sokolova
Times of NEP. A typographer Fogel comes from the provinces to
Moscow and settles on a visit in his battle friend’s home at the
Meshyanskaya, 3. The master’s wife becomes enamoured of the
guest who is more gallant unlike her husband. But in spite of her
passion she still loves her husband.
The Knot *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1712 m, 62 min.
Script by Alexander Balagin
Directed by Vladimir Shirokov
Camera by Valery Alexeyev
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kutuzov, Valentina Kuindzhi, G. Muzalevsky,
Leonid Yurenev, Andrey Gromov,
M. Svetukhina
About the fight with shady dealers at the time of NEP.
Pot-holes (“Pot-holes of Life”) *
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2091 m, 76 min.
Script by Victor Shklovsky
Abram Room
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Art design by Victor Aden
S t a r r i n g
E. Olgina, Sergey Minin, Peter Repnin,
O. Malysheva, Alexander Gromov, Vera Baranovskaya,
Leonid Yurenev
About complicated relations in a family of Pavel and Tatyana:
their marriage, unfaithfulness and reconciliation.
Poison
1927, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1900 m, 69 min.
Script by Anatoly Lunacharsky
Eugeny Ivanov-Barkov
Directed by Eugeny Ivanov-Barkov
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Victor Aden
S t a r r i n g
Nina Shaternikova, Andrey Gromov, Vladimir
Gerasimov, Mikhail Narokov, Georgy Bobynin, O.
Malysheva
A screen version of the play of the same name by A.
Lunacharsky. About the exposure of a mysterious spy.
1928
Arsenal
1928 (rest. in 1972), ordinary, silent, b/w, 2550 m, 93 min.
Script by Alexander Dovzhenko
Directed by Alexander Dovzhenko
Camera by Daniil Demutsky
Music by Imre Belza
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
V. Myuller
S t a r r i n g
Semyon Svashenko, N.Kuchinsky, Dmitry Erdman,
Stefan Petrov, G.Kharkov, Amvrosy Buchma, Nikita
Mikhaylovsky, A. Evdakov
A historic-revolutionary film about the uprising of the “Arsenal”
plant workers against the Central Rada in Kiev in January, 1918.
Heroes of the Blast-Furnace
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2064 m, 75 min.
Script by Nikolay Lyashko
Eugeny Ivanov-Barkov
Directed by Eugeny Ivanov-Barkov
Camera by Grigory Giber
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Shtraukh, Natalia Kovaleva, E. Tokmakov, Sergey
Minin, V. Koroleva, Leonid Yurenev, Naum Rogozhkin,
Victor Aristov, Mstislav Kotelnikov
The end of the Civil War. The workers return to their
mettalurgical plant and start its reconstruction.
Captain’s Daughter
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2488 m, 91 min.
Script by Vistor Shklovsky
Directed by Yury Tarich
Camera by Mikhail Vladimirsky
Music by G. Dudkevich
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Prozorovsky ,Svyatoslav Kuznetsov, Ivan
Klyukvin, Ksenia Denisova, Boris Tamarin, V.
Streshneva, I. Arkanov, Nikolay Simonov
The drama of A.Pushkin’s novel of the same name whose authors
give its updated historical interpretation.
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Penal Servitude
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1736 m, 63 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Art design by Vassily Komardenkov
S t a r r i n g
P. Zhilinsky, P. Tamm, V. Popov, V. Taskin,
B. Linfanov
About the life of political convicts in one of the Siberia prisons
on the eve of Revolution in 1917.
Chinese Mill
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1772 m, 65 min.
Script by Isaak Babel
Directed by Alexander Babel
Camera by Valery Alexeyev
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Timontayev, Vassily Makarov,
A. Obertyukhin
Having visited Moscow and attended the meeting against the
brutality of Chinese imperialists, a Secretary of one of the village
Komsomol groups appealed to young people to help the
oppressed people. But having realized the fervor of it he manages
to canalize their energy into recon-struction of nearly destroyed
mill.
The Lace
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2100 m, 77 min.
Script by Y. Grolov
Sergey Yutkevich
Vladimir Legoshin
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Eugeny Shneyder
Art design by Viktor Aden
S t a r r i n g
Nina Shaternikova, Konstantin Gradopolov, Boris Tenin,
A. Shushkin, I. Mass, D. Maloletnov, I. Koznenkov, Boris
Poslavsky
Based on “Stengaz”, a story by M. Kolosov about the life of
working youth of the 20s. Petka and Marusya, the film’s main
characters, are the Comsomol leaders of the lace factory.
The Mad Gold
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1553 m, 57 min.
Script by Vladimir Yurenev
Directed by Vladimir Yurenev
Camera by V. Solodovnikov
P. Novitsky
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
V. Yaroslavtsev, Elena Egorova, Ivan Kachalov,
E. Kulganek, Grigory Levkoyev
About a hard life of gold-diggers in pre-revolutionary Russia.
The Little and Big Ones
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1675 m, 61 min.
Script by Alexander Filimonov
Dmitry Bassalyga
Directed by Dmitry Bassalyga
Camera by G. Blyum
Vladimir Popov
Art design by I. Sukiasov
S t a r r i n g
Olga Tretyakova, Ivan Kapralov, N. Sokolova, Sergey
Minin, Leonid Yurenev, N. Fursov, S. Libakov,
S. Ilovaisky, K. Polovtsev
Neglected children arranged a pet corner in the garret. Their
parents, worried about it get for them a vacant room on which a
NEP-man has a claim. At the house meeting it was decided to
consign not only a room to the kids but and to furnish the Youth
House.
The Torn-off Sleeves
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1647 m, 60 min.
Script by Boris Yurtsev
Ivan Pyriev
Directed by Boris Yurtsev
Camera by G. Blyum
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zhukov, Lebedev, Serpukhovitin, Alexander
Safronov, A. Vinogradov
About the pioneer’s struggle with children homelessness in the
time of NEP.
Chingiz-Khan’s Descendant
1928 (rest. in 1964), ordinary, silent, b/w, 2417 m, 88
min.
Script by Osip Brik
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Camera by Anatoly Golovnya
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Sergey Kozlovsky
M. Aronson
S t a r r i n g
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V. Ikinzhynov, A. Dedintsev, L. Belinskaya, Anel
Sudakevitch, Victor Tsoppy, Alexey Chistyakov, Boris
Barnet
Based on a novel of the same name by I. Novokshonov. The
episodes of Mongol national-liberate movement are the plot
of the film. It shows the life of a young hunter Amolgolan,
who possesses an amulet with an ancient manuscript
certifying that he is a Chingiz-Khan descendant. The British
occupants decide to make profit of him, having turned
Amogolan into a handy kinglet. However a young man
rebelled against the occupants and raised all the people.
Russia of Nikolay II and Lev Tolstoy
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1700 m, 62 min.
Script by Esfir Shub
Subtitle by Mikhail Tseytlin
Camera by E. Shneyder
Dmitry Feldman
G. Blyum
A documentary.
A Town Full of Light
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1860 m, 68 min.
Script by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Ivan Pravov
Directed by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Camera by Alexey Solodkov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
R. Puzhnaya, V.Gnedochkin, Emma Tsesarskaya, Elena
Maximova, Vladimir Chuvelev, Alexander Antonov
About a peasant woman who couldn’t get used to living in
town on arriving there to her husband, who was a worker.
Friends and Strangers
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1700 m, 62 min.
Script by Yury Tarich
Khrisanf Hersonsky
Alexander Dubrovsky
Directed by Yury Tarich
Camera by G. Blyum
Art design by V. Stepanova
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Klyukvin, Alexander Zhukov,
P. Rozhitsky, Natalya Rozenel, Ada Voytsik,
K. Chebysheva, Galina Kravchenko
About the life of students. Love story of Alexey Rebrov and
Shura.
The Seventh Companion
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1708 m, 62 min.
Script by Vladimir Kasyanov
Victor Pertsev
Directed by Vladimir Kasyanov
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Victor Aden
S t a r r i n g
Antonin Pankratov, Victor Mikhaylov, Maria
Blyumental-Tamarina, Vladimir Tsoppy,
Svyatoslav Kuznetsov, Mark Prudkin
Based on a story of the same name by B. Lavrenev. 1918.
The Civil War. Eugeny Adamov, a czarist army general,
who after the ordeals and heart-searching, decides to direct
his efforts and experience to the Soviet power.
The Pub-Owner Tanka
1928, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1687 m, 62 min.
Script by K. Minaev
Boris Svetozarov
Directed by Boris Svetozarov
Camera by Vladimir Popov
Art design by Vassily Kovrigin
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Mukhina, K. Yastrbitsky, Lidia Nenasheva,
Alexander Antonov, Alexander Timontaev,
I. Ivanova-Tokmakova
The scene is laid in the time of NEP. The film is about Tanka, a
pub-owner’s stepdaughter prevented the murder of Sestrin, a
school teacher.
1929
The Island in Plight
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2100 m, 77 min.
Script by Katerina Vinogradskaya
Directed by Alexander Rasumny
Camera by Alexander Rasumny
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Y. Vassileva, A. Isaeva, Antonin Pankryshev,
A. Chekalov, V. Goffman, A. Otradin, Lidia Nenasheva,
O. Obolenskaya, S. Levitina,
Vladimir Chuvelev, Mikhail Komarov
A community of religious dissenters lives in the midst of the
taiga. The elders denied the parish contact with the outside
world. But in the first years of Soviet power young people
start leaving the community striving to a new life.
Her path
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1840 m, 67 min.
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Script by Dmitry Poznansky
Maria Smirnova
Directed by Alexander Shtrizhak
Camera by Viktor Semyonov
Art design by Viktor Aden
Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Emma Tsesarskaya, Alexander Zhukov,
A. Otradin, Karl Gurnyak, V. Rizenko
About a young woman from a poor peasant family whose
husband was killed in World War I. She fell in love with another
– a commander of Red Army unit and after his death took his
place in the fight.
Judas
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2185 m, 80 min.
Script by Pavel Blyakhin
Directed by Eugeny Ivanov-Barkov
Camera by Grigory Giber
Pavel Bezborodov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Boris Ferdinandov, Emma Tsesarskaya, Vassily
Kovrigin, E. Ilyushchenko, Ivan Shtraukh, Ivan
Klyukvin, Leonid Yurenev, Lev Ivanov
About a life of clergy in Kuban in the years of the Civil War.
Prince Tseren
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2046 m, 75 min.
Script by E. Kleyn
Directed by Boris Mikhin
Camera by Alexander Lemberg
Music by G. Rukevich
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
O. Eldashev, Zula Nakhashkiyev,
B. Erdeniyeva, S. Shapkaev, Dalla Bain
The Kalmyk prince Tseren demands that his people send their
horses to the Provisional Government. The prince is killed in the
clash, and a Red Army unit comes to his estate.
When the Fields Blossom
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1776 m, 65 min.
Script by Ilya Kravchunovsky
Boris Altshuler
Directed by Ilya Kravchunovsky
Camera by Vladimir Popov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
V. Marinich, Ivan Klyukvin, K. Yastrebitsky,
E. Olgina, Alexander Antonov, Georgy Bobynin
The film about young people who set up a collective community
in the place of the former monastery garden.
The Run of Death
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1438 m, 54 min.
Script by Vladimir Legoshin
Directed by Alexander Usoltsev-Garf
Camera by Grigory Giber
Art design by Viktor Aden
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Chistyakov, Konstantin Efimov,
V. Semenova, Y. Terpilin, M. Shlyonskaya, Mikhail
Komarov
The film is about Gavrilin, an ordinary engine-driver, who
realizes his destination in the new epoch under the influence of
the Civil War events.
The Last Attraction
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2083 m, 76 min.
Script by Victor Shklovsky
Directed by Ivan Pravov
Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Camera by Alexey Solodkov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Naum Rogozhkin, Elena Maximova,
R. Puzhnaya, Alexander Sashin, Leonid Yurenev,
I. Bykov
The Civil War. A circus company tours the country in these
difficult times.
A Strange Woman
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2285 m, 83 min.
Script by Nikolay Erdman
Anatoly Mariyengof
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by V. Solodovnikov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
G. Muzalevsky, Olga Zhizneva, Konstantin Gradopolov,
E. Olgina, Alexander Zhukov, Peter Galadzhev, Ivan
Kachalov
The film denounces philistine attitude to family relations.
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The Ghost that Does Not Return
1929 (rest. in 1968), ordinary, silent, b/w, 1937 m, 71
min.
Script by Valentin Turkin
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Music by Alexander Shenshin
Art design by Victor Aden
S t a r r i n g
Boris Ferdinandov, Olga Zhizneva, Maxim Shtraukh, D.
Kara-Dmitriev, Daniil Vvedensky, Leonid Yurenev
Based on a story “A Rendezvous that Never Happened” by Anry
Barbusse about Jose, a revolutionary worker, who was sentenced
to life imprisonment but returns to revolutionary activity.
The Old and the New
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2469 m, 90 min.
Script by Sergey Eisenstein
Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Art design by Vassily Kovrigin
Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Marfa Lapkina, M. Ivanin, V. Buzenkov, Nezhnikov,
Chukhmarev, Ivan Yudin, E. Sukharev, M. Paley,
Mikhail Gomorov
Marpha Lapkina, a horseless peasant unwilling to subject herself
to poverty organizes a dairy artel together with local agronomist
and poor men. The workers-patrons help them to get a first
tractor, and a little bit later dozens of tractors cultivate the artel
land.
The Happy Rings *
1929, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1780 m, 65 min.
Script by Lev Golub
Nikolay Sadkovich
Directed by Lev Golub
Nikolay Sadkovich
Camera by Frants Shakh
Art design by N. Valerianov
Valentina Khmeleva
S t a r r i n g
E. Ratinskaya, Ivan Chuvelev, K. Nechaeva,
F. Chikago, P. Berezhnev
Based on the story “The Knifes” by V. Kataev about a young
worker who fell in love with the daughter of a circus performer
and despite the parents’ opposition he gains her hand and heart.
1930
Ayna (“The Sand Teacher”) *
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1970 m, 72 min.
Script by Maria Smirnova
Directed by Nikolay Tikhonov
Camera by Nikolay Frantsisson
Art design by Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Zinaida Zanoni, I. Kuchenkov, N. Vigandt,
E. Zhakhovsky, A. Eberyukhtin, I. Ivanova-Tokmakova
Based on the story by A. Platonov “The Sand Teacher” about the
changes in a life of an eastern woman in the years of the Soviet
power.
Be Like This (“RVS”, “Pace-Two Crosses”)
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1996 m, 73 min.
Script by Ivan Pyriev
Leonid Solovev
Directed by Victor Shestakov
Camera by Mikhail Insarov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
N. Goloulina, Alexander Gromov, Sergey Gusev,
Alexander Zhukov, Ya. Rykov, S. Ermakov, G. Stepanov
Based on the story by A. Gaidar “RVS” about children
participation in the Civil War. The film is not fully extant.
A Civil Servant
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1946 m, 71 min.
Script by Vsevolod Pavlovsky
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Alexey Solodkov
Art design by Victor Aden
S t a r r i n g
Maxim Shtraukh, Lidia Nenasheva, Naum Rogozhkin,
Leonid Yurenev, Alexander Antonov
Apolon Fokin, a cashier of a railway’ board who keeps stricktly
to the working hours and disregards the visitors’ requests. The
leader of a sabotage gang, who has managed to be on the board,
arranges a robbery of the cashier. Fokin offers resistance and the
handbag with the money noticed by nobody is turned out to be
under the staircase. The cashier’s wife finds it, and that enables
Fokin to misappropriate the money…
Tomorrow Night
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1870 m, 68 min.
Script by Georgy Grebner
Directed by Ilya Kravchunovsky
Camera by Alexander Urnis
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
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S t a r r i n g
Konstantin Gradopolov, Olga Knipper-Chekhova, V.
Marinich, Elga Bazanova, Vsevolod Axyonov, Vassily
Kovrigin, Alexander Antonov
About the release of a group of workers sentenced to death
after the defeat of the first Russian Revolution.
Remember Their Faces
(Mr. Surkov’s Crime)
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2003 m, 73 min, SOUZKINO (M)
and GTK co-production
Script by Alexander Kreyn
N. Loyter
Ivan Mutanov
Directed by Ivan Mutanov
Camera by Boris Monastyrsky
Art design by Valentina Khmeleva
S t a r r i n g
A. Genin, Vassily Bokarev, A. Duletov,
E. Bondina, T. Sokolovskaya, Nikolay Akimov
A private businessman wants to buy the secret of leather dressing
from its inventor Beychek and when the latter refuses, sets
hooligans against him.
Sound Film, Program I *
1930, ordinary, b/w, the information of the footage is not
preserved
1) Documentary: A. Lunacharsky’s speech about the
importance of sound cinema.
2) “Plans for great work” (“5-year Plan”)
Director A. Ellm
3) “Tip-Top – Inventor of Sound”
Directors Abram Room
G. Levkoev
4) Documentary – S. Prokofiev. March from the “Love
for Three Oranges”
Sound Film, Program II *
1930, ordinary, b/w, 2000 m, 73 min.
1) Fairy-tale by A. Tolstoy “About Pig Painting a
Picture
Director Nikolay Ekk
2) M.Glinka “I Recollect the Marvelous Moment”
3) Documentary “Enthusiasm” (“The Symphony of
Donbass”)
Director Dziga Vertov
Sound Film, Program III *
1930, ordinary, b/w, the information about footage is not
preserved.
1) Newsreel “The Fortieth May”
2) “A Section of the Front”
Director Morskoy,
A. Golovnya
3) Study film “Sound ABC”
Ddirector Boris Altshuler
4) “Champion in Spite of Himself”
Concert items recorded on the tape
Big Trouble ("The Golden
Charriot")
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1826 m, 67 min.
Script by Alexey Popov
Directed by Alexey Popov
Camera by Vladimir Solodovnikov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Konstantin Gradopolov, D. Moshevitin,
V. Shukhmin, Andrey Voynovsky, E. Elgin
A comedy about residents of a remote provincial town visited
simultaneously by a propagandist and bishop who get in no end
of funny situations. (The 3rd and 6th parts of the film are not
extant)
The World-Famous Name (“The Third
Morning”, “The Star”, “How Storms are
Made”) *
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1800 m, 66 min.
Script by Vladimir Plonsky
Boris Teytelbaum
Alexander Filimonov
Directed by Nikolay Verkhovsky
Camera by Yakov Tolchan
Art design by Vassily Komardenkov
Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
V. Virskaya, Vera Maretskaya, G. Muzalevsky, I.
Zalessky, Ivan Klukvin
About the film-studio director struggling with a producer
shooting a film catering to the tastes of Nepmen
The Person Unknown
("The Unknown") *

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