Todo sobre Rusia !!

Buscar este blog

Cargando...

Catalogo Peliculas RUSAS


In the Mountains of Yugoslavia
1946, ordinary, b/w, 2346 m, 86 min.
Script by Georgy Mdivani
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Yury Biryukov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Bersenev, Nikolay Mordvinov, Olga Zhizneva,
Vsevolod Sanaev, T. Likar,
L. Ivanovich, M. Mirkovich, B. Barozan
About the fight of Yugoslav partisans against fascist invaders
during the WW II. A Bosnian countryman Slavko Babich had no
thought of fighting. But the fascists get his home and Slavko rises
in arms. He forms a partisan detachment and leads it to join the
main rebellion force headed by Iosip Bros Tito. They met when
the partisans were encircled. Through the passages the partisans
pushed inland, setting free the villages and towns, and together
with the Soviet tanks they enter Belgrade.
Glinka
1946, ordinary, b/w, 3190 m, 116 min.
Script by Leo Arnshtam
Directed by Leo Arnshtam
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Vissarion Shebalin
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Boris Chirkov, A. Sobolev, Elena Kondratyeva,
L. Snezhnitsky, Valentina Serova, Klavdia Polovikova,
Mikhail Nazvanov, Boris Livanov, Peter Aleynikov,
Mikhail Derzhavin, Mikhail Yanshin, Vladimir
Druzhnikov, Vassily Merkurev
The film about Mikhail Glinka, the founder of Russian national
music. In the village of Novospasskoe of Smolensk region,
Glinka, being a child, plays piano in a serfdom orchestra without
his parents being the wiser. The tocsin of 1812 and the folk-songs
imprinted in his memory forever. In Petersburg he meets Pushkin
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
247
and other cultural figures. They encourage his desire to write
Russian national music. After the slaughter of the Decembrists he
goes abroad, but returns in contemplation of creating a national
opera about the heroic deed of Ivan Susanin, that is taken by the
advanced people of Russia as an event of great importance.
The Stone Flower
1946 (rest. in 1964), ordinary, b/w, 2254 m, 82 min.
Script by Pavel Bazhov
Iosif Keller
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Fedor Provorov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Ekaterina Derevshchikova, Vladimir Druzhnikov,
Tamara Makarova, Mikhail Troyanovsky, Slava Zaytsev,
Mikhail Yanshin
Based on the tales by Pavel Bazhov. In distant times there was
Procopych, the best stone-dresser, at the Urals plant. No one
could get the secrets of his skill except Danilushka, a herdboy,
who learnt everything and overcame the teacher soon.
Danilushka grew up, became a respected master, met his bride.
But on the wedding day he finds himself in durance of the
Hostess of the Copper Mountain. No matter how hard she treated
Danila he hadn't forgotten Katya, his bride. Katya went to search
for him and hit upon a magic catacomb. On seeing such an
allegiance, the Hostess of the Copper Mountain let the beloved
go, and gave them a malachite casket.
Our Heart
1946, ordinary, b/w, 2109 m, 77 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Boris Galin
Nikolay Denisov
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Sergey Uralov
Music by Nikolay Krukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Kuznetsov, Vladimir Druzhnikov, Nina
Zorskaya, Yury Lyubimov, Alexander Khanov
The Great Patriotic War. Sasha Samokhin, a fighter pilot, fights
at the forward edge of the battle area and works out a "dog-fight
formula", and Olya, his bride, works at the air plant and helps
Kazakov, a designer, to draft the models of the "Molnia"
supersonic aircraft. Nobody supports these know-how, however
soon the pilots realize that Sasha is right, and Kazakov gets from
Moscow authorization for a new plan construction. After the
victory over the Hitler Germany the "Molnia" aircraft makes a
round-the-world flight at the supersonic speed.
The First Glove
1946, ordinary, b/w, 2258 m, 82 min.
Script by Alexander Filimonov
Directed by Andrey Frolov
Camera by Fedor Firsov
Music by Vassily Solovev-Sedoy
Art design by Semyon Mandel
Ivan Stepanov
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Volodin, Anastasia Zueva, Ivan Pereverzev,
Nadezhda Cherednichenko, Sergey Blinnikov, Vladimir
Gribkov, Afanasy Belov, Pavel Olenev
Nikita Krutikov, a young Siberian, finds himself in Moscow, fells
in love with Nina, a sportsman, and starts going in for boxing. He
is strong and tough, they predict he'll be a champion, the coaches
quarrel with each other for him. But Nikita wants to marry Nina
and leave for home, the Siberian fur farm. Hoping that the taste
of victory will make Nikita change his mind, the coach persuades
Nina to hold over a decision till his spar with the capital
champion. However in spite of all the expectations, Nikita loses
the fight and the defeat makes him make a flat decision – he stays
in Moscow, and coaches and becomes a champion.
The Old Vaudeville
1946, ordinary, b/w, 1864 m, 68 min.
Script by Igor Savchenko
Directed by Igor Savchenko
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Music by Sergey Pototsky
Art design by Abram Freydin
M. Samorodsky
Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Maxim Shtraukh, E. Shvetsova, Anna Lisyanskaya,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Sergey Stolyarov, Alexandra Panova,
Anna Pavlova
Based on the vaudeville "Az and Fert" by Fedorov. 18-year old
Lyubochka is to inherit her auntie's fortune provided that she
marries a man whose initials are "az" and "fert". During
Napoleon's defeat celebration days Lyuba meets a young hussar,
Anton Fadeev, who has returned from the campaign. Her father
doesn't want to hear of his daughter's marriage to a poor officer.
After a chain of funny events the contradictions disappear to
everybody's happiness as the hussar's initials are "az" and "fert".
1947
Spring
1946, ordinary, b/w, 2850 m, 104 min.
Script by Grigory Alexandrov
Alexander Raskin
Moris Slobodskoy
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
MOSFILM CATALOG
248
Camera by Yury Ekelchik
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
Art design by Konstantin Efimov
Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Nikolay Cherkasov, Nikolay Konovalov,
Mikhail Sidorkin, Vassily Zaychikov, Rostislav Plyat,
Faina Ranevskaya, Rina Zelyonaya, Boris Petker,
Tatyana Guretskaya
A musical comedy. Professor Nikitina works on the problem of
using the sun energy. Gromov, a filmmaker, decides to make a
film about her, and stars Shatrova, an actress of operetta theatre
surprisingly resembling Nikitina. Due to a number of fanny
events both the women exchange their parts really that gives
them love and happiness.
Marite
1947, ordinary, b/w, 2781 m, 102 min.
Script by Fedor Knorre
Directed by Vera Sroyeva
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Galina Pashkova
Music by Balis Dvarionas
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Tatyana Lennikova, Mikhail Gromyko, N. Lautsius, L.
Binkite, Nikolay Chaplygin, B. Kiselis, N. Siparis, Mikhail
Astangov, Nikolay Grabbe, Y. Petrauskas, Nikolay
Plotnikov, Elena Kondrateva, Donatas Banionis
A heroic-adventure film about the heroism of a Lithuanian
woman-partisan, a Hero of the Soviet Union, Maria Melnikayte.
A Story of the “Furious”
1947 (rest. in 1975), ordinary, b/w, 2344 m, 86 min.
Script by Pavel Furmansky
Directed by Boris Babochkin
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Vissarion Shebalin
Art design by Mikhail Yuferov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Babochkin, Alexander Alexeev, Valery Mironov,
Cheslav Sushkevich, Ivan Pereverzev,
R. Frolova, Dima Dubov, V. Proklov, Ivan Kuznetsov,
Mikhail Gluzsky, Leonid Kmit
An heroic-adventure film about the heroic deed of the crew of the
destroyer “The Furious”, who fought in the Barents Sea during
the Great Patriotic War.
The East-Bound Train
1947 (rest. in 1970), ordinary, b/w, 2466 m, 90 min.
Script by Leonid Malyugin
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Lidia Dranovskaya, Leonid Gallis, Maria Yarotskaya, M.
Vorobyov, Konstantin Sorokin, V. Lyubimov, Vladimir
Lepko, Andrey Petrov
Lavrentev, a naval officer, and Zina, a gardener, met in the
compartment of Moscow-Vladivostok train and didn't like each
other at once. Having fallen behind the train they travel the rest
of the way together meeting people and studying the life of the
country. Living in each other's pockets they fell in love with each
other and made their relations determinedly clear having nearly
reached Vladivostok.
The Russian Issue
1947, ordinary, b/w, 2486 m, 91 min.
Script by Mikhail Romm
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Semyon Mandel
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Aksenov, Elena Kuzmina, Mikhail Astangov,
Mikhail Nazvanov, Maria Barabanova, Arkady Tsinman,
Boris Poslavsky, Boris Tenin, Gennady Yudin
Screen version of the play of the same name by K. Simonov.
USA. The year of 1946. Garry Smith, a gifted American
journalist, was to write a critical book about Russia ordered by
the editor of a prestigious newspaper for huge royalty. For the
prepayment he and Jessy purchase a house, furnishing, and a car
by installments. But Smith loves Russia and writes about it
truthfully and sincerely. It turned into drama for him – he loses
his job, property, and the woman he loves… But Garry Smith is
not broken-down – he travels around America and tells the truth
of the USSR at the meetings.
Light Over Russia
The film was not released. 1947, ordinary, b/w, 2061 m, 75 min.
Script by Nikolay Pogodin
Directed by Sergey Utkevich
Camera by Mark Magidson
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
N. Kolesnikov, Mikhail Gelovane, Valery Markov, Boris
Olenin, Nikolay Okhlopkov, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Veniamin Zuskin, Sergey Tsenin, Vassily Vanin, Boris
Tolmazov, Sergey Philippov, Lidia Sukharevskaya, Elena
Tyapkina, Rostislav Plyatt, Maxim Shtraukh
Based on the play “The Kremlin Chimes” by N. Pogodin about
the fate of Rybakov, the old sailor who took part in the
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
249
revolution, was among Lenin's guards, then built the Dnieper
power station and fought against fascists.
The Tale of the Siberian Land
1947 (rest. in 1966), ordinary, b/w, 3146 m, 115 min.
Script by Ivan Pyriev
Evgeny Pomeshchikov
Nikolay Rozhkov
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Arthur Berger
Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Druzhnikov, Marina Ladynina, Boris Andreev,
Vera Vassileva, Sergey Kalinin, Elena Savitskaya,
Vladimir Zeldin, Grigory Shpigel
Andrey Balashov, a pianist, who after being wounded during
the Great Patriotic War had to quit music. Having failed to
say goodbye to his friends and Natasha whom he loved he
left for Siberia. He worked at the integrated industrial
complex construction, and sang songs in a teahouse. He
accidentally met his friends and Natasha that changed his
life. Andrey left for the Arctic where being inspirited by the
heroic labor of the builders he wrote the symphonic oratory
“Tale of the Siberian Land” that got everybody's admiration
and made him popular in Moscow where Natasha looked
forward to see her truelove.
1948
Michurin
1948, (rest. in 1976), ordinary, colour, 2730 m, 100 min.
Script by Alexander Dovzhenko
Directed by Alexander Dovzhenko
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Yuly Kun
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Solovyov, Gavriil Belov, Anya Vassileva, N.
Shamin, F. Grigorev, Mikhail Zharov, Konstantin
Nassonov, Victor Khokhryakov, Gennady Pochnikov, V.
Isaev
About a gifted Russian scientist and nature reformer Ivan
Michurin. Already in the end of the XIX century the rumors of
the extraordinary tests of Michurin are spread not only in Russia
but also out of its borders. In spite of tempting offers to leave,
being fanatically obsessed by his work, he refuses and keeps
working meanwhile overtaking the colleagues disbelief,
indifference of the authorities, lack of money, his son’s death,
and the death of his beloved wife. Only after the October
Revolution Michurin’s inventions are made national property and
small Michurin’s garden is turned into a large arboretum.
The Story of a Real Man
1948, ordinary, b/w, 2570 m, 94 min.
Script by Maria Smirnova
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Mark Magidson
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Peter Kadochnikov, Nikolay Okhlopkov, Alexey Diky,
Vassily Merkurev, Tamara Makarova, Lyudmila
Tselikovskaya, Lev Sverdlin, Cheslav Sushkevich, Victor
Khokhryakov, Boris Babochkin, Lyubov Sokolova
Screen version of the novel of the same name by B.Polevoy
about Alexey Meresev, a pilot who lost both his legs fighting the
fascists but didn’t lose the spirit power and desire to come back
to action and take up the control stick of an airplane.
The Path of Glory
1948, ordinary, b/w, 2106 m, 77 min.
Script by Katerina Vinogradskaya
Directed by Boris Buneev
Anatoly Rybakov
Mikhail Shveytser
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Olga Ivanova, Victor Khokhryakov, Alexander Antonov,
Alexander Shirshov, G. Koryagin, Nadir Malishevsky,
Valentin Makarov
The year of 1934. Sasha Voronkova’s family life doesn’t go well,
house-work is not enough for her - she wants to work. Her
husband doesn’t approve of it and the couple has to divorce.
Sasha takes the course of engine-driver assistant and gets a right
to drive an engine on her own. In the years of war she is a driver
of military trains. Displaying heroism and resourcefulness, Sasha
timely delivers armament and ammunition and is honored the
Hero of Labour rank.
The Court of Honour
1948, ordinary, b/w, 2745 m, 100 min.
Script by Alexander Shtein
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Alexander Galperin
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Peter Kiselev
S t a r r i n g
Boris Chirkov, Antonina Maximova, Eugeny Samoylov,
Nikolay Annenkov, Olga Zhizneva, Nikolay Svobodin,
MOSFILM CATALOG
250
Lidia Sukharevskaya, Valentin Makarov, Ivan
Pereverzev, Maxim Shtraukh
Losev, a Soviet scientist, being in America with scientific
mission, neglected the interests of his motherland and made
public an unfinished work of his collective in the USA,
considering this deed as a “contribution to a world science”. But
his false patriotism was exposed and punished...
Three Meetings
1948, ordinary, colour, 2276 m, 83 min.
Script by Nikolay Pogodin
Sergey Ermolinsky
Mikhail Bleyman
Directed by Sergey Yutkevitch
Vsevolod Pudovkin
Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Fedor Provorov
Igor Geleyn
Arkady Kaltsaty
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Georgy Turylev
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Makarova, Boris Chirkov, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Yulia Borisova, Klara Luchko, Yury Lyubimov,
Alexander Panova, Mikhail Derzhavin, Andrey
Tutyshkin, Alexander Khvylya
About the peaceful life of three former soldiers who fought in
the war together and met in Moscow again many years later.
1949
Meeting on the Elba
1949 (rest. in 1965), ordinary, b/w, 2852 m, 104 min.
Script by Lev Sheynin
Tur brothers
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Vladlen Davydov, Ivan Lyubeznov,
Konstantin Nassonov, Boris Andreev, Mikhail Nazvanov,
Vladimir Vladislavsky, Faina Ranevskaya, Erast Garin,
Sergey Tsenin, Gennady Yudin, Victor Kulakov, Lidia
Sukharevskaya, Andrey Fait
The film created in the years of the "cold war" presents the
official state ideology of those years.
The last days of the World War II. The Soviet army soldiers
and the Americans-allies meet on the banks of the Elba that
separates the German city of Altershtadt. General Mac-
Dermot tries to get the patents of optic plants from professor
Ditrikh, the burgomaster of the Soviet area of the city. With
the help of Sherwood, an American spy, the patents stolen
from the safe falls into Shrank's, a fascist criminal, hands. But
Shrank fails to hand them over to Mac-Dermot in time, as the
Russian soldiers stop him at the border of the areas. Ditrikh
who was deceived by the Americans and ran to the western
bank returns to the Soviet area to build the new Germany.
The Cossacks of Kuban
1949 (rest. in 1968), ordinary, colour, 3026 m, 110 min.
Script by Nikolay Pogodin
Directed by Ivan Pyryev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
Art design by Yury Pimenov
Georgy Turylev
Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Marina Ladynina, Sergey Lukyanov, Alexander Khvylya,
Sergey Blinnikov, Klara Luchkko, Ekaterina Savinova,
Vladlen Davydov, Andrey Petrov, Yury Lyubimov, Boris
Andreev, Elena Savitskaya, Valentina Telegina, Vladimir
Dorofeev, Konstantin Sorokin, Vladimir Lepko
Kuban, the late 40s. At the autumn fair Nikolay, a brave horsebreeder,
wishes to marry Dasha Shelest, a pretty woman and a
Hero of Socialist Labor. But they have to overcome the
resistance of their leaders unwilling to lose the perfect workers.
Besides Gordey Voron, a leader of the collective farm where
Dasha lives, has been loving Galina Peresvetova,a leader of the
collective farm where Nikolay lives, for a long time, , but he can't
affirm his love for her. Galina has be the first to declare her love.
The musical comedy has happy end. The young couple prepares
for the wedding, and Voron and Peresvetova will follow their
example soon.
The Fall of Berlin
1949, ordinary, colour, 4581 m, 167 min.
Script by Peter Pavlenko
Mikhail Chiaureli
Directed by Mikhail Chiaureli
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Gelovani, Maxim Shtraukh, Alexey Gribov,
Nikolay Ryzhov, Grigory Belov, Ruben Simonov,
G. Pasechnik, Alexander Khanov, V. Lyubimov, Andrey
Abrikosov, Boris Tenin, Mikhail Sidorkin, Boris
Andreev, Marina Kovaleva, Yury Timoshenko, Sofia
Giatsintova, Nikolay Bogolyubov
A feature documentary epic film embraces the events of 1941-
1945. On the historical background the film shows the life of
Aleksey Ivanov, a steelmaker who volunteered for the war. All
the most important events of the war are shown through Alexey's
personal participation: from the famous military parade held in
November 1941 near the Kremlin walls to the planting down a
standard on Reichstag in May 1945. In the final scene Stalin
arrives at Berlin and people of many nationalities meet him
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
251
enthusiastically, and Aleksey with Natasha whom he met on
Victory Day are among them.
The Stalingrad Battle
1949, ordinary, b/w, 5251 m, 192 min.
Script by Nikolay Virta
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Yury Ekelchik
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Leonid Mamaladze
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Diky, Maxim Shtraukh, Yury Tolubeev, Mikhail
Derzhavin, Andrey Kryukov, G. Mushegyan, Nikolay
Ryzhov, Vassily Solovyov, Victor Khokhryakov, Nikolay
Dorokhin, Vassily Merkurev, Boris Livanov, Nikolay
Simonov, Victor Orlov, Nikolay Plotnikov, Boris
Dobronravov, Boris Smirnov, Nikolay Cherkasov, Victor
Stanitsin
An epic about the heroic defense of Stalingrad in 1942.
A Happy Trip
1949, ordinary, b/w, 2153 m, 79 min.
Script by Victor Ardov
Vladimir Nemolyaev
Directed by Vladimir Nemolyaev
Camera by Samuil Rubashkin
Music by Sigizmund Kats
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Mikhail Zharov, Vera Orlova, Olga
Viklandt, Vladimir Popov
A comedy about the drivers of the same enterprise: one – honest and
hardworking and another – slob and four-flusher.
1950
Far Away from Moscow
1950, ordinary, colour, 3038 m, 111 min.
Script by Mikhail Papava
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Okhlopkov, Lev Sverdlin, Pavel Kadochnikov,
Valerian Kvachadze, Alexander Khanov, Mark Bernes,
K. Kirillov, Tatiana Makhova, Ivetta Kiseleva, Sergey
Stolyarov, Leonid Kmit
Screen version of the novel of the same name by V. Azhaev. The years
of 1941-1942. After being wounded engineer Kovshov is transferred to
the Far East to construct pipelines. There was disagreement between
the construction leaders: some leaders were ready to cope with the task
for one year, the others expected its fulfillment only in 3 years.
Kovshov takes the firsts' side. On winning the first victory, it was he
who reported it in the capital.
Zhukovsky
1950, ordinary, colour, 2474.75 m, 90 min.
Script by Anatoly Granberg
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Dmitry Vassilev
Camera by Anatoly Golovnya
Tamara Lobova
Music by Vissarion Shebalin
Art design by Arnold Vaisfeld
Andrey Goncharov
Vassily Kovrigin
S t a r r i n g
Yury Yurovsky, I. Sudakov, Vladimir Belokurov,
Vladimir Druznikov, Sofia Geotsintova, Galina Frolova,
Alexander Khokhlov, Georgy Yumatov, Boris Smirnov,
Mikhail Nazvanov
About N. E. Zhukovsky, an outstanding Russian scientist, the
founder of Russian aviation. By watching the flight of kite he
started to design airplanes, thus having found the new science of
aerodynamics.
The Plot of the Doomed
1950, ordinary, colour, 2828.5 m, 103 min.
Script by Nikolay Virta
Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Mark Magidson
Music by Vissarion Shebalin
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Skopina, Pavel Kadochnikov, Vladimir
Druzhnikov, Boris Sitko, Vsevolod Aksenov, Rostislav
Plyatt, Ivan Peltser, Sofia Pilyavskaya, Alexander
Vertinsky, Maxim Shtraukh, Oleg Zhakov, Valentina
Serova
Screen version of the play of the same name by N. Virta. The
film shows the ideology of the “cold war” in the early 50s. The
supporters of pro-American policy in one of the East-European
countries lay the plot to overthrow the communist government.
After the provoked food difficulties they try to carry through the
parliament the voting for acceptation of transoceanic aid
according to Marshal plan. But the workers arrest them and the
Soviet Union helps them with feedstock and bread supply.
The Cavalier of the Gold Star
1950, ordinary, colour, 3237.6 m, 118 min.
Script by Boris Chirskov
MOSFILM CATALOG
252
Directed by Yuly Raizman
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Anatoly Chemodurov, Maria
Yarotskaya, K. Kanaeva, Boris Chirkov, Nikolay
Komissarov, Vladimir Ratomsky, K. Svetlov, Nikolay
Gritsenko, Ivan Pereverzev
Screen version of the novel by S. Babaevsky. Sergey
Tutarinov, a tankman-veteran, who returns to his native
village, mobilizes the home-folks into constructing the
power station. Overcoming the difficulties he gets his
goals and the girl he loves accepts his proposal.
Secret Mission
1950 (rest. in 1969), ordinary, b/w, 2490 m, 86 min.
Script by Konstantin Isaev
Mikhail Maklyarsky
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Abram Freidin
Peter Kiselev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Komissarov, Sergey Vecheslov, Elena Kuzmina,
Valery Makarov. Alexey Gribov, Alexander Cheban,
Vladimir Savelev, P. Berezov, Vladimir Belokurov, Mark
Pertsovsky, A. Pelevin, Vladimir Gardin, Nikolay
Rybnikov, Mikhail Yanshin
The January of 1945. Senator Allen and Garvy from
Strategic Information Bureau come to Himler from America.
They develop the plan of capturing Europe and taking in
hand the patents of the German industrial enterprises. Our
intelligence officers Marta and Dementev obtain the
necessary information and frustrate the plot.
The Brave People
1950, w/s, colour, 2840.75 m, 104 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Music by Antonio Spadavekkia
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Gurzo, Alexey Gribov, Tamara Chernova,
Nikolay Mordvinov, Rostislav Plyatt, Grigory Shpigel,
Vladimir Dorofeev
The scene is laid in 1936-1947. Prior to the war Vasya
Govorukhin working at the southern horse-breeding farm made a
champion from studhorse Buyan. During the war the horse
helped to prevent an action organized by Beletsky, a former
coach, but a spy in fact, yofor distruct the train with the prisoners
where Nadya, Vasya's beloved girl, was. After the war Burelom,
Buyan's son, keeps winning the races.
1951
Gala Concert
1951, ordinary, colour, 2978 m, 109 min.
Script by Yakov Maximenko
Directed by Vera Stroeva
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Vladimir Nikolayev
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Peter Kiselev
Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Valeria Barsova, K. Dzerzhinskaya, Ivan Kozlovsky, Olga
Lepeshinskaya, Maxim Mikhailov, Alexander Pirogov,
Mark Reyzen, Galina Ulanova, Mikhail Gabovich, Vera
Davydova, E. Ermolaev, Maria Maxakova, A. Meserer,
Nikolay Ozerov, Sergey Koren
The performance of the soloists of the State academic Bolshoy
theatre of the USSR. The film includes fragments from operas
"Knyaz Igor", "Ivan Susanin", "Eugeny Onegin", and ballets "
Swan lake" and "Romeo and Juliet".
We Are for Peace
1951, ordinary, colour, 2790 m, 102 min, co-production:
"DEFA" (GDR).
Script by Ivan Pyriev
Andrey Frolov
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Ioris Ivins
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Timofey Lebeshev
Nikolay
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
A feature documentary, Leonid Khmara reads the text.
The Memorable 1919
1951, ordinary, b/w, 2961 m, 108 min.
Script by Vsevolod Vishnevsky
Mikhail Chiaureli
Alexander Filimonov
Directed by Mikhail Chiaureli
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Vladimir Nikolayev
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
253
Pavel Molchanov, Mikhail Gelovani, Boris Andreev,
Marina Kovaleva, Ivan Bobrov, Nikolay Komissarov,
Eugeny Samoylov, Alexander Popov, Sergey Lukyanov,
Vladimir Kenigson, Angelina Stepanova, Mikhail
Yanshin, Boris Bibikov, Pavel Massalsky, Victor Stanitsin
Screen version of the play of the same name by V.Vishnevsky
about the historic days of 1919, when the danger of military
intervention was looming over Petrograd. I.V. Stalin goes to
front, fusillades the "betrayers" and "nation enemies", controls
the assault of the Red Hill occupied by the White Guards. The
film created during Stalin's personality cult sings the leader's
merits in the Civil War.
Songs of the Youth
1951, ordinary, b/w, 2881 m, 105 min.
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Ivan Panov
Victor Maslennikov
Timofey Lebeshev
A feature documentary about the artistic contest of participants of
III International Festival of Youth and Students in Berlin.
Przhevalsky
1951, ordinary, colour, 3145 m, 115 min.
Script by Alexey Speshnev
Vladimir Shveytser
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Fedor Firsov
Music by Yury Sviridov
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Popov, Vsevolod Larionov, Boris Tenin, Tsiren
Shagzhin, Georgy Slabinyak, Nikolay Komissarov,
Vladimir Vsevolodov, Nikolay Svobodin, Sergey
Martinson
About Nikolay Przhevalsky, an outstanding Russian scientist and
traveller of the XIX century.
Sporting Honour
1951, ordinary, colour, 2927.5 m, 107 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Yuly Kun
Mark Magidson
Music by Matvey Blanter
Art design by Levan Mamaladze
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Gribov, Gennady Sergeev, Margarita Lifanova,
Lev Frichinsky, Nikolay Kryuchkov, V. Zotova, Vadim
Sinyavsky, Boris Sitko
The year of 1951. Football boom in the USSR. A conflict
between Vitaly Grinko and Nikolay Vetlugin, the two players of
the "Turbina" team, arises from envy and aspersion. When
Nikolay scored a defensive goal accidentally Vitaly spread the
rumor as if he had done it on purpose. The team managed to
make the situation clear. The heroes made it up with each other
and the team won the international match.
The Youth Sports Festival
1951, ordinary, colour, 1708,8 m, 67 min, co-production:
"DEFA" (GDR).
Directed by Andrey Torndayk
Dmitry Vassilev
Camera by Yury Monglovsky
Anatoly Krylov
Ivan Sokolnikov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
S t a r r i n g
V. Sinyavsky
A documentary about XI World Students Games in Berlin.
Leonid Khmara reads the text.
1952
Composer Glinka
1952, ordinary, colour, 3067 m, 112 min.
Script by Peter Pavlenko
Natalia Treneva
Grigory Alexanderov
Directed by Grigory Alexanderov
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Vladimir Shcherbachev
Vissarion Shebalin
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Boris Smirnov, Lyubov Orlova, Leonid Durasov, Yuly
Lyubimov, Georgy Vitsin, Konstantin Nassonov, I.
Litovkin, Andrey Popov, Yury Yurovsky, Sergey
Vecheslov, S. Rikhter, Mikhail Nazvanov
About the life and oeuvre of Glinka, a great Russian composer,
about his studies in Italy, about creation of the operas "Ivan
Susanin" and "Ruslan and Lyudmila". On having learned that the
latter is devoted to A. S. Pushkin, Nikolay I considers sedition in
it. The composer's confederates – the progressive-minded people
of Russia, brighten up his oppressive sorrows.
At the Bottom of Life
1952, ordinary, b/w, 4435 m, 162 min.
MOSFILM CATALOG
254
Directed by Andrey Frolov
Konstantin Stanislavsky
Camera by Boris Petrov
Valentin Zakharov
Art design by Victor Simov
S t a r r i n g
Iosif Raevsky, Faina Shevchenko, Kira Ivanova, Vladimir
Gotovtsev, Sergey Yarov, A. Zhiltsov, Natasha
Tikhomirova, Alla Tarasova, Anna Dmokhovskaya,
Sergey Blinnikov, Pavel Massalsky, Alexey Gribov,
Vladimir Batalov
Based on the play of the same name by M. Gorky. A photoplay
of the Moscow Art Theatre. About tragic life of doss-house
dwellers, people who were deprived of their social status and
even their names. Luka, a stranger, tries to becalm them by
"pious fraud", but his attempts do not succeed. All the heroes,
that lost the incentive to life, die.
The Government Inspector
1952, ordinary, colour, 3605 m, 132 min.
Script by Vladimir Petrov
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Yury Ekelchik
Music by Nikolay Timofeev
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Yury Tolubeyev, Anastasia Georgievskaya, Tamara
Nosova, Pavel Pavlenko, Sergey Blinnikov, Mikhail
Yanshin, Erost Garin, A. Polinsky, V. Kornukov, Igor
Gorbachev, Alexey Gribov, Nikolay Rybnikov, Ivan
Ryzhov, Sergey Kalinin
Screen version of the play of the same name by N. Gogol.
The governor of a small town of a district receives a secret
warning message about the forthcoming arrival of the
government inspector. Meanwhile Khlestakov, an ordinary
official, whom the dishonest and corrupted local officials
take for the inspector, visits the town. They shower gifts on
him, hug and bribe him, and are sure that they have paid off,
but suddenly a real inspector appears.
Sadko
1952 (rest. in 1986), ordinary, colour, 2454 m, 90 min.
Script by Konstantin Isaev
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Fedor Provorov
Music by Vissarion Shebalin
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Stolyarov, Alla Larionova, Mikhail Troyanovsky,
Nadir Malishevsky, B. Surovtsev, Yury Leonidov, Ivan
Pereverzev, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Sergey Martinson,
Mikhail Astangov, Lev Fenin, Olga Vikland, Ninel
Myshkova, Lidia Vertinskaya
Based on folk fairy-tales from Onezh. Sadko, a tradesman,
together with his detachment pushes off for quest of a "happiness
bird". After travelling about a lot of countries and visiting the sea
bottom and a King of Sea he returns to Great Novgorod firmly
determined that there is no a land better than the native one.
The Dance Teacher
1952, ordinary, b/w, 4009 m, 146 min.
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Vladimir Kantsel
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Semyon Sheynin
Music by Alexander Kreyn
Art design by Ivan Fedotov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Zeldin, Mark Pertsovsky, Georgy Sorokin, B.
Lesovoy, Lyubov Dobrzhanskaya, Tatiana Alexeeva, V.
Blagoobrazov, Mikhail Mayorov
Based on the play of the same name by Lope de Vega. A
photoplay of the Central Soviet Army theatre.
School for Scandal
1952, ordinary, b/w, 4407 m, 161 min.
Directed by Abram Room
Nikolay Gorchakov
P. Largin
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Dmitry Kabalevsky
Art design by Nikolay Akimov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Yanshin, Olga Androvskaya, Vladimir Ershov,
Anatoly Ktorov, Pavel Massalsky, T. Mikheeva, Maria
Durasova, E. Aleeva, Vladimir Popov
The filmed production of the Moscow Art Theatre after the play
of the same name by R. Sheridan.
1953
Admiral Ushakov
1953, ordinary, colour, 2945 m, 107 min.
Script by Alexander Shtein
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
Arnold Vaysfeld
Levan Shengelia
S t a r r i n g
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
255
Ivan Pereverzev, Boris Livanov, Nikolay Svobodin, N.
Chistyakov, Gennady Yudin, Vladimir Druzhnikov,
Alexander Alexeev, Sergey Bondarchuk, Mikhail
Pugovkin, Nikolay Khryashchikov, Georgy Yumatov
A historic biography film about Ushakov, the great Russian
admiral, founder of the Black Sea fleet, patriot and outstanding
military organizer. Count Potemkin, Ekaterina's favorite,
committed shipbuilding industry into young Ushakov's trust. In
spite of the epidemic plague and fires the Black Sea fleet was
formed in the shortest time. Ushakov becomes a national hero,
destroyed the Turkish fleet. But the intriguants managed to
poison Ekaterina's mind against him. (Continuation is the film
"The Men-of-War Storms Bastions").
Anna Karenina
1953, ordinary, b/w, 4516 m, 165 min.
Script by Nikolay Volkov
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Vladimir Nemirovich-
Danchenko
Vassily Sakhnovsky
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Semyon Sheynin
Art design by Vladimir Dmitriev
Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Alla Tarasova, Nikolay Sosnin, Pavel Massalsky, Victor
Stanitsin, E. Aleeva, A. Zakalinsky, Angelina Stepanova,
Maria Durasova, N. Slastenina, G. Konsky, Irina
Gosheva, Boris Petker, E. Khavanskaya, Sofia
Pilyavskaya, Nikolay Svobodin
A photo-film of the Moscow Art Theatre.
Arena for the Brave
1953, ordinary, colour, 2069.7 m, 76 min.
Script by Sergey Gurov
Yury Ozerov
Directed by Sergey Gurov
Yury Ozerov
Camera by Era Saveleva
Fedor Firsov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art design by V. Pereletov
Vassily Sherbak
Starring the circus performers
Oleg Popov, E. Sereda, B. Vyatkin, M. Popyan, V. Kiss,
A. Kiss, I. Sidorkina, V. Samokhvalov, I. Korolyova,
Marika Korolev
A filmed circus show with the best young Soviet circus
performers.
Skanderberg, the Great Soldier of Albania
1953, ordinary, colour, 3296 m, 120 min, co-production: State
f/s "NOVAYA ALBANIA".
Script by Mikhail Papava
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Music by Yury Sviridov
Ch. Zadeya
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Akaky Khorava, Bessa Imamy, Adivie Alibaly, Semyon
Sokolovsky, Veriko Andzhaparidze, Georgy
Chernovolenko, Naim Frashery, Boris Tenin, Nikolay
Bubnov, Oleg Zhakov, Vladimir Belokurov, Sergey
Zakariadze
About the liberation struggle of the Albanian people in the XV
century led by Georgy Kastriot (Skanderberg) against Turkish
invaders.
The Hostile Whirlwinds
1953, ordinary, colour, 3452.6 m, 126 min.
Script by Nikolay Pogodin
Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Mark Mogidson
Music by Dmitry Kabalevsky
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
M. Kondratev, Vladimir Emelyanov, Leonid
Lyubashevsky, Vladimir Solovyov, Ivan Lyubeznov, Alla
Larionova, Victor Avdyushko, Georgy Yumatov,
Vladimir Boriskin, Sergey Lukyanov, Sergey
Romodanov, Nikolay Gritsenko
About the life and work of F. Dzerzhinsky in 1918-1921.
The Return of Vassily Bortnikov
1953 (rest. in 1974), ordinary, colour, 2966 m, 108 min.
Script by Galina Nikolaeva
Eugeny Gabrilovich
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art design by Abram Freydin
Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Lukyanov, Natalia Medvedeva, Nikolay Timofeev,
Anatoly Chemodurov, Inna Makarova, Anatoly Ignatev,
Vsevolod Sanaev, Klara Luchko, G. Stepanova, Nona
Mordyukova, Nikolay Dobronravov
Based on a novel "The Harvest" by G. Nikolayeva. After
contusion, having spent several years in a hospital, Vassily
returns to the collective farm where he used to be a chairman. His
wife, thinking he was dead, was inconsolable for her loss, but
unlimited love of a local engineman charmed her and she
MOSFILM CATALOG
256
introduced him into her home. Vassily's return was difficult for
everybody. He threw himself into the work and then returned to
the family.
Yegor Bulychev and Others
1953, ordinary, b/w, 4361 m, 159 min.
Directed by Yulia Solntseva
Boris Zakhava
Camera by Ivan Panov
Antonina Egina
Art design by Vladimir Dmitriev
Abram Freydin
Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Lukyanov, D. Andreeva, Larissa Pashkova,
Galina Pashkova, Nina Rusinova, L. Snezhnitsky, Yuly
Lyubimov, I. Kashirin, Nina Nikitina, Alla Kazanskaya,
Mikhail Dadyko, Nikolay Pazhitnoy
A photo-film of the Moscow Vakhtangov theatre based on a play
by M. Gorky.
Frontier-Post in the Mountains
1953, ordinary, colour, 2838 m, 104 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Antonio Spadavekkia
Art design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Vladlen Davydov, Mariana Kuznetsova, Elena Shatrova,
Sergey Gurzo, Stanislav Chekan, Alexander
Shcherbakov, Alexander Susnin, Mikhail Mayorov,
Vladimir Popov, L. Lobov, Mukhamedzhan Kasymov
The early 50s. Senior lieutenant Lunin arrives at the frontier-post
where he has to take the command of it at once. Foreign spies
passing themselves off as archeologists try to organize Ismailbek's
band attack in order to facilitate border crossing for spies
Stenly and Marrow. The wicked designs are disrupted: the
violators are arrested, and the rest of the band is thrown behind
the river.
The Men-of-War Storms Bastions
(Continuation of the film "Admiral
Ushakov")
1953, ordinary, colour, 2572 m, 94 min.
Script by Alexander Shtein
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
Arnold Vaysfeld
Levan Shengelia
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Pereverzeov, Nikolay Svobodin, Gennady Yudin,
Vladimir Druzhnikov, Alexander Alexeev, Sergey
Bondarchuk, Mikhail Pugovkin, Nikolay Khryashchikov,
Georgy Yumatov, Ivan Solovyov
Continuation of the film "Admiral Ushakov" about Ushakov, the
famous Russian admiral.
The Sponger
1953, ordinary,b/w, 2745 m, 100 min.
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Mstislav Korchagin
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art design by Konstantin Efimov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Chirkin, Sergey Kurilov, Lidia Dranovskaya, Pavel
Shpringfeld, Sergey Komarov, Stepan Krylov, Georgy
Georgiu, Victor Uralsky
A photo play based on Ivan Turgenev's play of the same name
staged in the Actors' Theatre-Studio. Kuzovkin, a poor nobleman,
is a sponger at the Eletskies' home where young landlady Olga
and her husband arrive. The neighboring landlords laugh at the
old man. Having failed to endure the mockeries, Kuzovkin
declares that Olga is his daughter.
Songs of the Native Land
1953, ordinary, b/w, 1918 m, 70 min.
Script by Andrey Frolov
Directed by Andrey Frolov
Camera by Victor Maslennikov
Valentin Zakharov
Art design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Maria Mardasova, Alexander Ognivtsev, Maria
Maksakova, M. Selivanova, Mikhail Mikhailov
A concert of established song and dance collectives.
Wedding with the Trousseau
1953 (rest. in 1972), ordinary, colour, 3397.5 m, 124 min.
Script by N. Dyakonov
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Boris Ravenskikh
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Semyon Sheynin
Music by Nikolay Budashkin
Boris Mokrousov
Art design by Alexander Zharinov
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
257
S t a r r i n g
Vera Vassileva, Valentin Ushakov, Vladimir Dorofeev,
Galina Kozhakina, L. Kuzmicheva, K. Kanaeva, Dima
Dubov, Gennady Ivanov, Tatiana Peltser, Boris Runge,
Nikolay Dorokhin, Vitaly Doronin
A photo-play staged at the Moscow Satire Theatre. The two
leaders of neighboring collective farms are in love with each
other. The quarrel between them could have separated them, but
for the competition between the collective farms that caused
plenteous harvest in each farm and led to a traditional autumn
wedding.
Silvery Dust
1953, ordinary, colour, 2803.7 m, 102 min.
Script by Alexander Filimonov
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Mikhail Chulaki
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Bolduman, Sofia Pelyavskaya, Valentina
Ushakova, Nikolay Timofeev, Vsevolod Larionov,
Vladimir Belokurov, Rostislav Plyatt, Grigory Kirillov,
Alexander Khanov, V. Lekarev, Gennady Yudin
Screen version of the play "Jackals" by A. Jackobson about an
American scientist-inventor of a mighty weapon of mass
destruction.
The Steppe Dawns (“The Government
Eye”)
1953, ordinary,b/w, 1669 m, 61 min.
Script by Boris Bedny
Directed by Leon Saakov
Camera by Yuly Kum
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Iya Arepina, Lev Frichinsky, Nikolay Moskalenko, Yury
Sarantsev, Boris Runte, Rimma Shorokhova, Valentina
Telegina, Grigory Gumilevsky, Victor Uralsky, Leonid
Kmit
From the life of the advanced young team working afield.
1954
Certificate of Education
1954, ordinary, colour, 2619 m, 96 min.
Script by Liay Geraskina
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Semyon Sheynin
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Alexander Zharinov
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Lonovoy, Valentin Grachev, Galina Lyapina, T.
Kirsanova, Antonina Bogdanova, Vladimir Andreev,
Tatiana Lennikova, Leonid Gallis, Vladimir Kenigson,
Tatiana Peltser, Lev Borisov, Vladimir Zemlyanikin
Valentin Listovsky, a senior pupil, who has sneering and arrogant
attitude towards others provoked a conflict, let down the fellows,
insulted the teacher. His comrades decided to expel him from
Komsomol that shocked him much. The young man steeled
himself to acknowledge his mistakes and apologize to the
collective.
Boris Godunov
1954, ordinary, colour, 3038 m, 111 min.
Script by Nikolay Golovanov
Vera Stroeva
Directed by Vera Stroeva
Camera by Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Modest Musorgsky
Art design by Peter Kiselev
Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Pirogov, N. Khanaev, Georgy Nelepp, Mikhail
Mikhailov, Ivan Kozlovsky, Alexander Krivchenya,
Valentin Shvetsov, A. Turchina
Screen version of a folk musical drama by M. Musorgsky
performed by the Bolshoi soloists, choir and orchestra.
On A Holiday Night
1954, ordinary, colour, 1900 m, 69 min.
Script by Yury Ozerov
Directed by Yury Ozerov
Camera by Era Saveleva
Fedor Dobronravov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
David Oystrakh, Igor Oystrakh, Leonid Kogan, Igor
Bezrodny, Yu. Sitkovetsky, Galina Barinova, Kirill
Kondrashin, M. Golovnya, Svyatoslav Rikhter
A concert of best masters of Soviet Art.
True Friends
1954, ordinary, colour, 2799 m, 102 min.
Script by Alexander Galich
Konstantin Isaev
Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Mark Magidson
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
MOSFILM CATALOG
258
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Merkurev, Boris Chirkov, Alexander Borisov,
Alexey Gribov, Lilia Gritsenko, Lyudmila Shagalova,
Alexander Pokrovsky, Yury Sarantsev
A lyric comedy. The three friends from Moscow suburb grew up
and each of them got a certain position in life. Twenty years later
they decided to meet and spend a vacation together by rafting.
Every one took the core from the most sudden situations they
were involved in, and one of the friends met his distant love and
felt the respondent sentiments.
Merry Stars
1954, ordinary, colour, 2806 m, 102 min.
Script by Eugeny Pomeshchikov
Victor Tipot
Directed by Vera Sroyeva
Camera by Vladimir Nikolayev
Mikhail Gindin
Music by Isaak Dunayevsky
Alexander Tsfasman
Art design by Peter Kiselyov
Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Timoshenko, Efim Berezin, Lev Mirov, Mark
Novitsky, Nikolay Smirnov-Sokolsky, Maria Mironova,
Alexander Menaker, Leonid Utesov, Vadim
Lyudvikovsky, Klavdia Shulzhenko, Rina Zelyonaya
A film-concert composed of the performances with a simple plot
played by "Tarapunka" and "Shtepsel".
Golden Apples
1954, ordinary, colour, 2149 m, 78 min.
Script by Victoria Kazanskaya
Directed by Fedor Filippov
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
E. Agurov, Mikhail Troyanovsky, Lidia Nikonova,
Vladimir Salnikov, Ya. Atadzhanov, Igor Bristol,
T. Blokvadze, A. Salnikova
The early 50s. Sudden frosts unusual for the Black Sea shore
killed the orange trees in the botanic experimental station. The
only exemplar was left and it was necessary to pollinate it. The
young naturalists set out in search of a garden supposedly held by
a stockkeeper, to whom Natasha's father who was dead had
handed over the seeds once. Having found the stockkeeper, the
children take the pollen and perform the pollination successfully.
In autumn the trees gave the "golden apples".
The Test of Faithfulness
1954, ordinary, colour, 3221 m, 118 min.
Script by Ivan Pyriev
Tur brothers
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Romodanov, Marina Ladynina, Leonid Gallis,
Vassily Toporkov, Nina Grebeshkova, Alexander
Mikhailov, Stanislav Chekan, Oleg Golubitsky, Yury
Medvedev, Yury Puzyrev
About the family of an old worker, his two daughters, not too
happy in their personal life. Based on the play of I. Pyriev and
the Tur brothers "The Lutonins"
The Sea Hunter
1954, ordinary, colour, 1934 m, 71 min, co-production: "Black
Sea f/s".
Script by Vladimir Nemolyaev
Directed by Vladimir Nemolyaev
Camera by Fedor Firsov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art design by Vladimir Kamsky
Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Pavel Volkov, Yury Puzyrev,
Olga Khorkova, Yury Leonidov, Peter Chernov, Eugeny
Leonov
Screen version of the play of the same name by N.
Chukovsky. The year of 1942. The Soviet sailors try to
find a German submarine that mystically disappears after
every attack. Katya, a senior pupil, together with
boatswain finds a wounded captain-lieutenant who kindled
a watch-fire every time the submarine entered into the bay.
The sailors destroy the German submarine.
We've Met Before
1954, ordinary, colour, 2611 m, 95 min.
Script by Vladimir Polyakov
Directed by Nikolay Dostal
Andrey Tutyshkin
Camera by Yury Ekelchik
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Yury Volchanetsky
S t a r r i n g
Arkady Raikin, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Mikhail
Yanshin, Vassily Mercurev, Alexander Beniaminov,
Maria Mirinova, Vladimir Lepko, Olga Aroseva,
Vladimir Gulyaev, Andrey Kuznetsov, Sergey Filippov
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
259
An exciting story about the popular Soviet variety actor Arkady
Raikin.
Folk Talents
1954, ordinary, colour, 2120 m, 77 min.
Script by Semyon Nagorny
Directed by Sergey Gurov
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Victor Masevich
Art design by Vassily Sherbak
Concert of amateur performers and collectives.
Dangerous Paths
1954, ordinary, colour, 1726 m, 63 min.
Script by Georgy Mdivani
Directed by Alexander Alexeev
Eugeny Alexeev
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Igor Morozov
Art design by Abram Freidin
Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Nikifor Kolofidin, Tatiana Mukhina, Vladimir
Druzhnikov, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Vladimir Vsevolodov,
Lilia Yudina, Ivan Voronov, Roza Makagonova
Saboteur Vorobev, passing himself off as Mayboroda, an
entrapper killed by him, intrudes a village where a scientific
expedition works. He tries to disrupt the invention of taiga
diseases vaccine. But young scientist and Ministry of Internal
Affairs officers expose him.
Romeo and Juliet
1954, ordinary, colour, 2544.5 m, 93 min.
Directed by Leo Arnshtam
Leonid Lavrovsky
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Sergey Prokofiev
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Galina Ulanova, Sergey Koren, Yury Zhdanov, A.
Ermolayev, A. Lapaury, Alexander Radunsky, E.
Ilyushchenko, I. Olenina, L. Lozhilin
Filmed ballet by S. Prokofiev after the tragedy of the same name
by W. Shakespeare performed by the Bolshoi Theatre Company.
The Swedish Match
1954, ordinary, colour, 1534.7 m, 56 min.
Script by Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Vassily Shirinsky
Art design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Gribov, Andrey Popov, Mikhail Yanshin,
Marianna Kuznetsova, Mikhail Nazvanov, Ksenia
Tarasova, Nikolay Gritsenko, Tamara Nosova
Screen version of the story by A. Chekhov. A burnt match found
under the bed of Klyauzov, a hellbender and wencher, the rumor
of whose murder ran through the town, becomes an evidence that
leads Dyukovsky, the coroner assistant, who suspects the comers
and goers, to a washhouse, where the dead drunk "victim" sleeps
quietly. The abashed detectives edged off.
The School of Courage
1954, ordinary, colour, 2722.7 m, 99 min.
Script by Solomon Rozen
Konstantin Semyonov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Mstsilav Korchagin
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Kharitonov, Mark Bernes, Vladimir Emelyanov,
Grigory Mikhailov, Peter Chernov, Eugeny Melnikova,
Roza Makagonova, Mikhail Pugovkin, Mikhail Grabbe,
Emmanuil Geller, Rolan Bykov, Yury Kati-Yartsev,
Leonid Kharitonov
About life of a provincial fellow who found himself out in the
center of the Revolution and Civil War events.
1955
In Square 45
1955, ordinary, colour, 1874 m, 68 min.
Script by Emil Braginsky
Directed by Yury Vyshinsky
Camera by Alexander Simonov
Mark Dyatlov
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Platov, Margarita Lifanova, Vladimir Gulyaev,
Ivan Kuznetsov, Nikolay Khryashikov, Valentin Bryleev,
Mikhail Mayorov, Tatiana Zabrodina, Ivan Solovyov,
Vladimir Zeldin
A "spy" film about pilots and parachutists of the frontier region
assisting the frontier guards to catch the intruders.
MOSFILM CATALOG
260
Spring Voices
1955, ordinary, colour, 1945 m, 71 min.
Script by Boris Laskin
Directed by Sergey Gurov
Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art design by Boris Knoblok
Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Salnikov, Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Tigran
Davydov
A concert dedicated to the All-Union contest of amateur
performers.
Free-men
1955, ordinary, colour, 2912 m, 106 min.
Script by Leonid Trauberg
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Dmitry Kabalevsky
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Misha Merkulov, Rufina Nifontova, Vsevolod Platov,
Tatiana Konyukhova, Arthur Eizen, Vera Enyutina,
Leonid Parkhomenko, N. Gladkov, Vladimir Balashov,
Alexander Khvylya, Alexander Borisov, Maya Bulgakova
Screen version of the novel of the same name by F. Gladkov. A
drama from the life of a peasant family that came to Astrakhan
for fishery.
A Visitor from Kuban
1955, ordinary, colour, 1991 m, 73 min.
Script by Yury Nagibin
Directed by Andrey Frolov
Camera by Victor Masevich
Antonina Egina
Music by Oskar Sandler
Art design by Mikhail Tiunov
Sovet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Kuznetsov, Tamara Loginova, Tamara Nosova,
Lev Durov, Afanasy Belov, Ivan Lyubeznov, Pavel
Volkov, Elena Tyapkina, Olga Aroseva
A comedy. A young combine driver Nikolay Vorontsov can't
cope with the work at the harvest. A female combine driver
challenges him and it injures his pride. He proves to everybody
that he's got a good command of his profession.
Good Morning
1955, ordinary, colour, 2485 m, 91 min.
Script by Leonid Malyugin
Directed by Andrey Frolov
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Music by Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy
Art design by Abram Freidin
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Konyukhova, Isolda Izvitskaya, Yury Sarantsev,
Vladimir Andreev, Lev Durov, Eugeny Matveev, Ivan
Lyubeznov, Afanasy Belov, Nina Agapova, Mikhail
Pugovkin
Quite and shy Katya finds herself in a company of young people
constructing a big motorway. She likes Vasya, a joyful skinner.
But he cares of his personal success only. Katya is transferred to
another place where she displays her firm character and becomes
a forward soon.
The Way
1955, ordinary, colour, 2808 m, 102 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Popov, Vitaly Doronin, Nikolay Gritsenko,
Tamara Loginova, Lev Sverdlin, Victor Avdyushko,
Eugeny Matveev, Eugeny Leonov, Pavel Vinnik
At one of the mountainous roads due to the snowy weather
dozens of vehicles with people and load were jammed at the car
station. Next morning everybody decides to move through the
passage to the village. A state security captain escorting the
detained spy is among them. The criminal escapes on the way.
People assist the captain in catching the enemy.
Behind the Shop Window
1955, ordinary, colour, 2573 m, 94 min.
Script by Alexey Kapler
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Vladimir Monakhov
Music by Alexander Tsfasman
Art design by Boris Chebotarev
Leonid Chibisov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Dmitriev, Natalia Medvedeva, Mikaela
Drozdovskaya, Oleg Anofriev, Svetlana Druzhinina,
Anatoly Kuznetsov, Boris Tenin
Mikhail Krylov, a chief of garment section of a capital
department store refuses the suppliers of out-of-spec costumes
produced at the garment factory headed by Anna Andreeva. The
Catalogo de Peliculas Rusas del Cine de la Union Sovietica
261
court decision for the department store sharpens the conflict
between them. But when the thieves tried to spatter his good
name Andreeva helped him. That caused first sympathy, then
love between them.
Collapse of the Emirate
1955, ordinary, colour, 2681.5 m, 98 min, co-production:
Tashkent f/s.
Script by Vladimir Kreps
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Litif Faiziev
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Dzhamshid Zakirov
Art design by Arthur Berger
Arnold Vaysfeld
Peter Veremenko
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Samoylov, Vladimir Krasnopolsky, K.
Alimdzhanov, Sanat Divanov, N. Ataullaeva, Georgy
Yumatov, Roza Makagonova, Razzak Khamraev, A.
Rakhimov, Mukhamed Cherkezov, Grigory Mikhailov
The year of 1920. Central Asia. The members of the
underground, the people arisen against Bukhar Emirate, white
guard officers, V. Kuybyshev and M. Frunze, struggle and love,
and as a result of it, the retreat of Bukhar Guard headed by the
Emir having failed to resist the attack of revolutionary
detachments. The Red Banner is over Bukhara. The Soviet Power
is established.

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario en la entrada

Entradas populares