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People on the Bridge
1959, ordinary, colour, 2766 m, 101 min.
Script by Sergey Antonov
Directed by Alexander Zarkhi
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Rodion Shedrin
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
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Vassily Merkuryev, Natalia Medvedeva, Alexandra
Zavyalova, Oleg Tabakov, Lyudmila Kasyanova, Eugeny
Shutov, Vladimir Druzhnikov, Gleb Glebov
The end of the 50s. Bulygin, a former chief of the supreme
department, is delegated to Siberia for the river Severnaya bridge
construction. He takes his family with him: the wife, son,
daughter, and the daughter's fianc?. Some time ago Bulygin used
to be an experienced builder, now he is a powerful official not
able to contact the workers properly that makes people leave the
construction. However after spiritual trials Bulygin becomes a
skillful leader.
Mumu
1959, ordinary, b/w , 1953 m, 71 min.
Script by Khrisanf Khersonsky
Directed by Anatoly Bobrovsky
Eugeny Teterin
Camera by Anatoly Petrichenko
Music by Alexey Muravlev
Art design by Alexander Borisov
Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Afanasy Kochetkov, Nina Grebeshkova, Elena
Polevitskaya, Igor Bezyaev, Ivan Ryzhev, Eugeny Teterin,
Leonid Kmit, Varvara Myasnikova, Alexandra Denisova,
Agrippina Fedorova, Gavriil Belov, Alexey Dobronravov
Screen version of the story of the same name by Ivan Turgenev.
Russia in the middle of XIX century. A deaf-and-dumb serf
Gerasim is taken by an old barynya to the city to serve as wiper.
Gerasim is not happy in the city: Tatyana, a girl whom he fell in
love with is married off to the sewed up man named Kapiton, and
barynya orders to throw away the little dog that Gerasim loved
heartily. Then Gerasim sinks the dog and leaves the town for
village forever.
On the Eve...
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2410 m, 88 min, co-production: SOFIA'S
FEATURE FILMS STUDIO (BULGARIA).
Script by Vladimir Petrov
Orlin Vassilyev
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Vylo Radev
Mikhail Gindin
Victor Maslennikov
Art design by Levan Shengelia
S. Khalachev
A. Rudachenko
S t a r r i n g
Lyubomir Kabakchiev, Irina Milopolskaya, Boris
Livanov, Olga Androvskaya, Vsevolod Safonov, Oleg
Tabakov, Mikhail Yanshin, Eve Kivi
Screen version of the novel of the same name by Ivan Turgenev.
The end of the 50s of XIX century. Elena Stakhova and Dmitry
Insarov, a Bulgarian, love each other. Dmitry is a patriot and
fighter for liberation of his Motherland from the Turkish
invasion. In spite of the parents' resistance Elena and Dmitry stil
love each other. The young couple expect the news from
Bulgaria wishing to join the liberation movement but on the eve
of depArthure Insarov dies. Loyal to the husband's ideals Elena
sets out to Bulgaria together with Insarov's friends.
The Unsent Letter
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2668 m, 97 min.
Script by Grigory Koltunov
Valery Osipov
Victor Rozov
Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Tatiana Samoylova, Vassily
Livanov, Eugeny Urbansky, Galina Kozhakina
Based on the story of the same name by V. Osipov.
After a long and hard work when the food storage was running
out, the first autumn frosts came and there was no hope left, the
diamonds were found and unmapped the deposit. The next
morning the fire in taiga cut the way to the geologists to the boats
with food and equipment. There were four of them but only one
manages to get the frozen river through the fire. His half dead
body with the diamonds deposit charted on a map is found by the
rescue team. He gradually returns to life.
Incorrigible
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2198,4 m, 80 min.
Script by Tatiana Sytina
Directed by Yury chulyukin
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Antonio Spadavekkia
Kirill Molchanov
Art design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Yury Belov, Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Alexey
Kozhevnikov, William Kozlov, Vera Karpova, Svetlana
Kharitonova, Valery Egorov, Yury Nikulin, Konstantin
Nassonov
A comedy about Nadya Berestova, a Comsomol member, who
volunteered to redeem Grachkin and Gromoboyev the two
hooligans. Pretending that she loves her fosterlings she manages
to make Grachkin and Gromoboyev get engrossed with the work
and the plant's life and they become the true friends of the pretty
Nadya.
A Song about Koltsov
1959, ordinary, colour, 2416,2 m, 88 min.
Script by Vladimir Korablinov
Directed by Vladimir Gerasimov
Camera by Galina Pyshkova
Music by Vassily Dekhterev
Art design by Eugeny Svidetelev
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S t a r r i n g
Vitaly Konyaev, Vsevolod Sanaev, Elena Maximova,
Galina Maracheva, Tatiana Lavrova, Alexander
Zavyalova, Lev Zolotukhin, Alexey Gribov, Mikhail
Nazvanov, Eugeny Teterin, Vladimir Muravyev
The film depicts the life and artistic life of the Russian poet
Alexei Koltsov. The scene is laid in the 30s of XIX century. A
son of Voronezh merchant, Koltsov has to be engaged in father's
business for the whole of his short life. The father didn't
approved of the son's passion for poetry. Litterateur Stankevich
published Koltsov's poems in Petersburg and he became famous.
Alexey fell in love with Varya Lebedeva, a young widow and
intended to start a new life in Petersburg. However the severe
atmosphere in home and the baiting of the false litterateurs
caused Koltsov illness and lonely death at the age of 33.
Bosom Friends
1959, ordinary, colour, 2297,3 m, 84 min.
Script by Alla Belyakova
Directed by Vassily Ordynsky
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Pheliks Yasyukevich
Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Krylova, Lidia Fedoseyeva, Margarita
Kosheleva, Vladimir Kostin, Vsevolod Safonov, Kirill
Stolyarov, Victor Koretsky
The 50s. Three friends finished school. Tanya entered a medical
institute, Ira – a theatrical college, and Svetlana came to work at
the watch factory. They all fell in love with at once; Kira and
Tanya date the same young man – Arkady, an aspirant. When
Kira declares of her forthcoming marriage at the New Year Eve
the deception is exposed. Both the friends don't excuse Arkady
for the betrayal. And Svetlana who loves Vassily, an austere
master, learns that he loves her and is ready to follow her
anywhere.
The Snow Tale
1959, ordinary, colour, 1887,9 m, 69 min.
Script by Victor Vitkovich
Grigory Yagdfeld
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Eldar Shengelia
Camera by Victor Listopadov
Yury Skhirtladze
Music by Yury Levitin
Art design by Lev Milchin
S t a r r i n g
Igor Yershov, Alla Kozhokina, Klara Luchko, Z.
Naryshkina, Vera Altayskaya, Eugeny Leonov, Nikolay
Sergeyev, Mikhail Pugovkin
There was a boy called Mitya in a village in the vicinity of
Siniyarsk. In the last day of the year he made a snowman that
turned into a girl Lyelya, with Mitya's watch ticking inside as a
heart. An old man – the Old year – appeared, he wants to stop the
girl's heart beating, to stop the time. He made three snowmen and
turned them into the Money, Paper and Black souls and took the
watch. However hard he tried to brake the watch, he couldn't do
so. So the Old year had to leave and let the New Year come.
The Sun Is For All
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2545,9 m, 93 min.
Script by Semen Freylikh
Directed by Konstantin Voyanov
Camera by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Boris Chebotarev
Pheliks Yasukevich
S t a r r i n g
Valentin Zubkov, Liliana Aleshnikova, Tatiana
Konyukkhova, Eugeny Burenkov, Nikolay Sergeyev,
Elena Maximova, Vitaly Koltsov, Olga Narovchatova,
Victor Lobzov, Lusyena Ovchinnikova
Nikolay Savelyev was wounded in the battle on 9,May 1945 due
to the sergeant Korenev's cowardice and became blind as a result
of it. The nurse Svetlana brings him to the native city. The girl
fell in love with Nikolay but his wife Tasya waits for him.
Nikolay dreams of returning to the profession of a teacher.
Nikolay thought that Koren was dead but it turns out that he is
appointed school director and tries to get rid of the witness of his
betrayal. Having failed to withstand the difficulties of the life his
wife leaves him. But Nikolay steels to withstand all the strikes.
He makes up his mind to stay in school and Svetlana's
appearance in his life is a sign of happy future.
The Fate of a Man
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2807,8 m, 102 min.
Script by Yury Lukin
Fedor Shakhmagonov
Directed by Sergey Bondarchuk
Camera by Vladimir Monakhov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Pavlik Boriskin, Zinaida Kirienko,
Pavel Volkov, Yury Averin, Kirill Alexeyev, Pavel
Vinnikov, Eugeny Teterin, Anatoly Chemodurov
Based on the story of the same name by M. Sholokhov about the
fate of Andrey Sokolov, a Russian soldier, the suffered
difficulties and hardship of the war and imprisonment, having
been deprived of the family, but keeps his honor and destiny, and
a good heart.
Fortune
1959, ordinary, colour, 2896 m, 106 min, co-production:
STATE F/S "NOVAYA ALBANIA" IN TIRANA
(Albania)
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Script by Fatmir Gyata
Lazar Silichi
Arkady Perventsev
Yury Ozerov
Kristach Damo
Directed by Yury Ozerov
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Gavriil Popov
Ch. Zadeya
Art design by Alexander Magkov
K. Dilo
S t a r r i n g
Naim Frashery, Arben Ashiku, Ariadna Shengelaya,
Peter Gyoka, Lazar Filipy, Vangel Hebe, Filika Dimo,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Andrey Kuznetsov, Ilna Shute
Anatoly epic about the struggle of the Albanian people against
the fascism in the years of the World War II.
The Gloomy Morning
1959 (rest. in 1969), w/s, colour, 3067,8 m, 112 min.
Script by Boris Chirskov
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
Pavel Vinnikov, Rufina Nifontova, Nina Veselovskaya,
Vadim Medvedev, Nikolay Grishenko, Maya Bulgakova,
Lyubov Sokolova, Natalia Kustinskaya, Nonna
Mordyukova, Victor Avdyushko, Boris Andreyev,
Anatoly Solovev, Leonid Parkhomenko, Valery Matveev,
Vladimir Belokurov
Based on the novel by A.N. Tolstoy "The Ordeal". Part III of the
trilogy. The first part - "Sisters", the second - "1918".
Khovanshchina
1959, w/s, colour, 3323,6 m, 121 min.
Script by Anna Abramova
Dmitry Shostakovich
Directed by Vera Stroyeva
Camera by Victor Dombrovsky
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Krivchenya, Alexander Grigoryev, Alexey
Maslennikov, Sergey Koltypin, L. Ktitorov, D.
Bedrosyan, V. Gavrushev, Y. Gorbunov, Anatoly
Nikolayev,
M. Shkaptsov, Victor Petrov, Eugeny Kibkalo,
V. Nichipaylo, Mark Reyzen
Based on the opera of the same name by M. Musorgsky about the
strelets' uprising of 1682.
1960
Alyoshka's Love
1960, w/s, b/w, 2404 m, 88 min.
Script by Budimir Metalnikov
Directed by Semen Tumanov
Georgy Shukin
Camera by Konstantin Petrychenko
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art design by Vassily Sherbak
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Bykov, Alexandra Zavialova, Alexey Gribov,
Yury Belov, Ivan Savkin, Vladimir Gulyaev, Alexey
Zaytsev, Boris Balakin,
About the devoted love of a shy youngster Alyesha, a geologist,
to Zinka, a naughty and full of life railway points operator, that
caused the respondant felling.
Resurrection
1960, ordinary, b/w, 5730 m, 209 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Directed by Mikhail Shvveytser
Camera by Era Savelyeva
Music by Georgy Sviridov
Art design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Semina, Eugeny Matveyev, Pavel Massalsky,
Victor Kulakov, Vassily Bokarev, Lev Zolotukhin,
Vladimir Sez
Screen version of the novel of the same name by L. Tolstoy.
The Time of Summer Vacations
1960, w/s, b/w, 2587 m, 94 min.
Script by Alexander Rekemchuk,
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Andrey Eshpy
Art design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Raisa Kurkina, Valentin Zubkov, Tatiana Konyukhova,
Ivan Kuznetsov, Ivan Zhevago, Peter Pavlenko, Pavel
Tarasov, Victor Khokhryakov
Svetlana Panishko, a young engineer-geologist, intended to go in
vacation, but instead of it was assigned a chief of Un-Yaginsky
oil pipeline. Bryzgalov, a former chief, broke down all the work
but Svetlana together with the collective managed to succeed.
Eugenie Grandet
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2767 m, 101 min.
Script by Sergey Alexeyev
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Directed by Sergey Alexeyev
Camera by Victor Dombrovsky
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Semen Mezhinsky, Evdokia Turchaninova, Ariadna
Shengelaya, Mikhail Kozakov, Alexander Gruzinsky,
Eugeny Velikhov
Screen version of the novel of the same name by O. Balzak.
Ivan Rybakov
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2757 m, 101 min.
Directed by Elena Skachko
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Music by Sergey Solovev
Art design by Alexander Kuznetsov
Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Babochkin, Victor Korshunov, Vladimir Kenigson,
I. Vereysky, Lilia Yudina
The filmed Maly Theatre production of the play of the same
name by V. Gusev.
Probation Term
1960, ordinary, colour, 2739 m, 100 min.
Script by Igor Bolgarin
Directed by Vladimir Gerasimov
Camera by Galina Pyshkova
Music by Antonio Spadavekkia
Art design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Efremov, Oleg Tabakkov, Vyacheslav Nevinny,
Tatiana Lavrova, Vladislav Balandin, Eugeny Teterin,
Tamara Loginova
Based on the novel of the same name by P. Nilin about
comsomol members delegated to the criminal investigation
department in 1923.
Spongemen
1960, w/s, b/w, 2215 m, 81 min.
Script by Georgis Sevastikoglu
Directed by Manos Zaharias
Camera by Gavriil Egiazarov
Music by Edgar Oganesyen
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Nelly Kornienko, Yury Vassilyev, Otar Koberidze,
Georgy Chernovolenko, Mikhail Gluzsky, Pavel Pavlenko
Based on the novel "The Diver" by the Greek writer N.
Kazdaglis.
The film depicts the tragic fate of Nikolas, a young man engaged
in sponge snaring in order to marry Lenye, a pretty girl. He
becomes an invalid at this work and his marriage to the beloved
girl doesn't make him happy.
The Dead Souls
1960, w/s, b/w, 2836 m, 104 min.
Script by Leonid Trauberg
Directed by Leonid Trauberg
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Belokurov, Victor Stanitsin, Boris Livanov,
Alexey Gribov, Anastsia Zueva, Boris Petker, Yury
Leonidov
The Warrant Officer Panin
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2622 m, 96 min.
Script by Semen Lungin
Ilya Nusinov
Directed by Mikhail Shveytser
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Lev Milchin
Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Nikolay Sergeyev, Nikita
Podgorny, Leonid Kuravlev, Ivan Pereverzov, Lev
Polyakov, Oleg Golubitsky, Leonid Kmit
The film depicts the revolutionary activity of the Baltic fleet
sailors in the years preceding the World War I. The "Elizabeth"
destroyer's crew headed by the warrant officer Panin saved the
revolutionaries sentenced to death and helped them to escape
abroad.
Normandy-Neman
1960, ordinary, b/w, 3299 m, 120 min.
Script by Sharl Spaak
Elza Triole
Konstantin Simonov
Directed by Zhan Drevil
Camera by Zhack Natto
Music by Rodion Shedrin
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Rybnikov, Vitaly Doronin, Nikolay Lebedev,
Zhack Rishar, Vladimir Gusev, Yury Medvedev, Mark
Kasso, Zhan-Klod Mishel
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About the French "Normandia - Neman" squadron fighting
against fascists in the Soviet Armed Forces during the Great
Patriotic War.
The First Date
1960, ordinary, colour, 2506 m, 91 min.
Script by Tatiana Sytina
Directed by Iskra Babich
Camera by Antonina Egina
Music by Alexey Muravlev
Art design by Arnold Vaysfeld
Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Lidia Shaporenko, Georgy Yumatov, Valentin Grachev,
Afanasy Kochetkov, Olga Markina, Andrey Ladynin,
Tatiana Peltser, Nina Menshikova
Valya and Alyesha who met during the vacation got married
having failed to learn each other properly. It caused the quarrels
between them soon that made them divorce. The care of the
orphaned children of Valya's college helps her to forget her
personal problems, makes Alyesha completely learn and
understand his wife.
The Novel of the Fiery Years
1960, w/f, colour, 3587 m, 105 min.
Script by Alexander Dovzhenko
Directed by Yulia Solntseva
Camera by Fedor Provorov
Alexey Temerin
Music by Gavriil Popov
Art design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Andreyev, Sergey Lukyanov, Vassily Merkuryev,
Nikolay Vingranovsky, Svetlana Zhgun, Mikhail
Mayorov, Zinaida Kirienko
The Civil War. The year of 1941. The war is unleashed and Ivan
Orlyuk, a collective farmer from the Dnieper area, becomes a soldier,
reached Berlin, and on returning from the war performed the first
sawing of the liberated land.
The Last Salvoes
1960, w/s, b/w, 2640 m, 96 min.
Script by Yury Bondarenko
Leon Saakov
Directed by Leon Saakov
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Yury Nazarov, Valentina Kutsenko, O. Lozovsky,
Vladimir Lippard, A. Strelnikov, Yury Kireev, Valentin
Golub, Mikhail Kozakov
Based on the novel of the same name by Yu. Bondarev about an
incident on the Slovakian border in the last days of the World
War II. The Soviet soldiers and officers assumed the strike of the
German tanks having denied the enemy force entry into the city
where the Slovakian partisans rebelled.
Five Days and Nights
1960, ordinary, colour, 2895 m, 106 min.
Script by Leo Arnshtam
Volfgang Ebeling
Directed by Leo Arnshtam
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Y-lan Chen
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
G. Nitsshke
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Safonov, G. D. Knaup, Vsevolod Sanaev,
Annekatrin Burger, Eugenia Kozyreva, Marta Legal,
Mikhail Mayorov, Khooge Kokh
About the rescue of the Dresden gallery treasures by the Soviet
Army during World War II.
Contemporary of the Century
1960, w/s, b/w, 2664 m, 97 min.
Script by July Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Lebedev, Vladimir Solovyov, Gennady Yudin,
Yury Sarantsev, Margarita Volodina, Lyudmila
Shagalova, Peter Savin
About the destiny of a communist, who went all the way up from
a rank-and-file worker to the director of the biggest automobile
plant.
Russian Souvenir
1960, ordinary, colour, 2945 m, 107 min.
Script by Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Grigory Aizenberg
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art Design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Erast Garin, Andrey Popov, Pavel
Kadochnikov, Elina Bystritskaya, Alexander Baryshnoy,
Lyui Chzhi-Chan, Victor Avdyushko
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A plane with foreign tourists makes an emergency landing on the
bank of Lake Baikal. Thanks to this landing the passengers visit
new towns and electric power stations, getting to know the
everyday life, labour and recereation of the Soviet people.
The Northern Story
1960, ordinary, colour, 2115 m, 77 min.
Script by Eugeny Andrikanis
Directed by Eugeny Andrikanis
Camera by Semyon Sheinin
Music by Anatoly Alexandrov
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Eva Murnietse, Oleg Strizhenov, Valentin Zubkov,
Gennady Yudin, Nikolay Svobodin, Victor Kulakov,
Fedor Nikitin, Georgy Chernovolenko
On the grounds of K. Paustovsky's story of the same name about
the fate of Decembrists and their great-grandchildren, who are
our contemporaries.
Seryozha
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2193 m, 80 min.
Script by Vera Panova
Georgy Danelia
Igor Talankin
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Igor Talankin
Camera by Anatoly Nitochkin
Music by Boris Chaikovsky
Art Design by Valeria Nisskaya
S t a r r i n g
Borya Barkhatov, Sergey Bondarchuk, Irina Skobtseva,
Natasha Chechetkina, Seryozha Metelitsin, Yura Kozlov,
Alesha Dotsenko, Lyubov Sokolova, Vassily Merkuriev
Based on a story of the same name by Vera Panova about life of
small Seryozha, his first joys and sorrows.
A Blind Musician
1960, ordinary, colour, 2182 m, 80 min.
Script by Iosif Manevich
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Victor Masevich
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Boris Livanov, Vassily Livanov, Marina Strizhenova,
Larissa Kurdyumova, Yury Puzyrev, Alexey Gribov,
Sergey Blinnikov
Screen version of a story of the same name by V. Korolenko.
Thrice Resurrected
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2181 m, 80 min.
Script by Alexander Galich
Directed by Leonid Gaidai
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Alla Larionova, Georgy Kulikov, Natalia Medvedeva,
Vsevolod Sanayev, Konstantin Sorokin, Nikolay
Bogolyubov, Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Nina Grebeshkova
A film about Volga tug-boat "Orlenok" which connects life of
three generation of Komsomol members.
Clouded Skies Over Borsk
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2347 m, 86 min.
Script by Semyon Lungin
Ilya Nusinov
Directed by Vassily Ordynsky
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Alexey Muravlev
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
Miron Karyakin
S t a r r i n g
Inna Gulaya, Roman Khomyatov, Vladimir Ivashov, Nina
Antonova, Victor Rozhdestvensky, Peter Konstantinov,
Peter Lyubeshkin
The film is about the tragic fate of Olya Ryzhkova, a ten-form
school girl, who was misunderstood by neighbours and drawn
into the sect of Pentecostals.
Bread and Roses
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2636 m, 96 min.
Script by Aphanasy Salynsky
Directed by Fedor Filippov
Camera by Peter Emelyanov
Igor Chernykh
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art Design by Boris Chebotarev
Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Pavel Kadochnikov, Lyudmila Kasatkina, Alexandra
Zavyalova, Sergey Kalinin, Anatoly Soloviyov, Anatoly
Kubatsky, Gleb Glebov
Post-revolutionary years. The workers of Leningrad come to
remote steppe of Altai to found a commune. The film is about
love between communard Gavrila Ivushkin and kulak's daughter
Lyubasha Tiunova.
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The Thaumaturgic Icon
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2190 m, 80 min.
Script by Vladimir Tendryakov
Directed by Vladimir Skuybin
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Alexander Lokshin
Art Design by Tatiana Antonova
Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Volodya Vassiliyev, Nina Menshikova, Antonina
Pavlycheva, Klavdia Polovikova, Vladimir Pokrovsky,
Peter Savin, Ivan Ryzhov
Screen version of a story of the same name by V. Tendryakov.
The film is about the tragic fate of a village schoolboy Rodka,
who found an icon. His grand-mother Avdotia, who called the
icon thaumaturgic, began to threaten the boy and made him
thinking about suicide.
A Fussy Day
1960, w/s, b/w, 2721 m, 99 min.
Script by Victor Rozov
Directed by Georgy Natanson
Anatoly Efros
Camera by Victor Dombrovsky
Music by Antonio Spadavekkia
Art Design by Mikhail Kurilko
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Sperantova, Gennady Pechnikov, Tatiana
Nadezhdina, Vladimir Zemlyanikin, Oleg Tabakov, Lilia
Tolmacheva, Lev Krugly
Based on the comedy "In Search of Joy" by V. Rozov. The
film is about the youth of the 60s.
Yasha Toporkov
1960, ordinary, b/w, 2166 m, 79 min.
Script by Galina Kokina
Lev Kokin
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by Era Saleliyeva
Music by Moissey Vainberg
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
Mikhail Koryakin
S t a r r i n g
Stanislav Khitrov, Nina Mager, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Valentin Zubkov, Lidia Smirnova, Nikolay Novlyansky,
F. Davlatyan, Nikolay Smorchkov
The film narrates about life of young workers of one of largescale
construction. As a result of careless work of team led by
welder Yasha Toporkov a man died. Yasha has to make a
difficult choise: either to tell the truth and to be punished or to
keep silence.
1961
What If This Is Love
1961, w/s, b/w, 2190, 80 min.
Script by Iosif Olshansky
Nina Rudneva
July raizman
Directed by July Raizman
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Rodion Shchedrin
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Zhanna Prokhorenko, Igor Pushkarev, Alexandra
Nazarova, Nina Shorina, Julia Tsoglin, N. Batyreva,
Andrey Mironov, Eugeny Zharikov
The plot of the film is about friendship and incipient love
between the ten-form schoolchildren Ksenia and Boris. Rude and
hypocritical interference of the neighbors, who saw platitide and
even lechery in their feelings, spoilt their relationship, inflicted
heavy spiritual trauma, destroyed their feeling, which could have
grown into real big love.
Academician from Askania
1961, w/s, colour, 2750 m, 100 min.
Script by Victoria Kazanskaya
Directed by Vladimir Gerasimov
Camera by Galina Pyshkova
Music by Revaz Gabichvadze
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Yakovlev, Lyubov Sokolova, Georgy Yumatov,
Oleg Efremov, Pavel Massalsky, Alexander Alexeyev,
Lyudmila Karaush
The film is about life and scientific activities of academician,
scientist-zootechnitian Mikhail F. Ivanov, who created a new
breed of cattle within short period of time, which was of great
necessity during hungry post-revolutionary years. The new breed
was created by breeding of domestic low-efficient breeds of
cattle with elite foreign breeds.
Alyonka
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2438 m, 89 min.
Script by Sergey Antonov
Directed by Boris Barnet
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Natasha Ovodova, Irina Zarubina, Vassily Shukshin,
Nikolay Bogolyubov, Erast Garin, Nokolay Kryuchkov,
Eugeny Shutov, Anda Zatsis
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Kazakhstan, the 50s. The main heroine of the film is nine-yearold
girl Alyonka, who was sent to town to study by her parents.
The girl meets various companions on her long way. The story is
told on behalf of hers about people cultivating the virgin land,
their joys and sorrows, dreams and cares.
The Scarlet Sails
1961, w/s, colour, 2423 m, 88 min.
Script by Alexander Yurovsky
Alexey Nagorny
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Igor Morozov
Art Design by Levan Shengelia
S t a r r i n g
Anastasia Vertinskaya, Vassily Lanovoy, Lena
Sheremshanova, Ivan Pereverzev, Sergey Martinson,
Nikolay Volkov, Pavel Volkov
Based on the novel of the same name by Alexander S. Greene. A
romantic fairy tale about dreams coming true. Beautiful Assol is
waiting for a ship with scarlet sails, which should bring her
intended, as it was foretold in her childhood. Captain Arthur
Gray, who fell in love with Assol, makes her dreams come true.
Battle on the Way
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2432 m, 89 min.
Script by Galina Nikolayeva
Maxim Sagalovich
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Vitaly Nikolayev
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Natalia Fateyeva, Mikhail Nazvanov,
Vladimir Yavorsky, Lyudmila Krylova, Vladimir
Treshchalov, Nikolay Sergeyev
Based on the novel of the same name by Galina Nikolaeva. New
chief engineer of tractor plant Bakhirev, seeing the shortcomings
of outdated production and in the absence of the director, begins
to reconstruct shops of the plant at his own risk. He is assisted by
technologist Tina Karamysh. A deep feeling flashes between
them, but it makes them suffer, since Bakhirev is married.
In the World of Dance
1961, ordinary, b/w, 1855 m, 68 min.
Script by Sergey Vladimirsky
Konstantin Petrichenko
Levan Shengelia
Fakhri Mustafayev
Roman Takhomirov
Makhmud Esambayev
Leonid Yakobson
Pavel Antokolsky
Directed by Roman Tikhomirov
Fakhri Mustafayev
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Music by Georgy Firtich
Isaak Schwarz
Art Design by Levan Shengelia
S t a r r i n g
Makhmud Esambayev
A ballet made up 9 parts. Solo dances are stepped by people's
artist of Checheno-Ingushetian Autonomous Soviet Socialist
Republic, honored artist of Russian Soviet Federative Socialist
Republic Makhmud Esambayev. Artists of the ballet of the State
Academic Bolshoy Theater of the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics, dance group of Pyatnitsky Chorus and Checheno-
Ingushetian dance ensemble participate in the film.
At the Turn of the Century
1961, ordinary, b/w, 5437 m, 89 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Anatoly Rybakov
Camera by Victor Listopadov
Yury Skhirtladze
Music by Nikolay Peyko
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Kayurov, Elena Sitko, Nikolay Annenkov, Sophia
Pilavskaya, Vladimir Gorelov, Gleb Strizhenov, Lev
Stepanov
A historical-revolutionary film about young V.I. Lenin's life and
work in Siberian exile to the village of Shushenskoye and during
his first years of emigration.
Grown-up Children
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2058 m, 75 min.
Script by Valentina Spirina
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Camera by Sergey Zaitsev
Vladimir Meybom
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Gribov, Zoya Fyodorova, Liliana Aleshnikova,
Alexander Demianenko, Vsevolod Sanayev, Andrey
Tutyshkin, Gennady Bortnikov
The plot of the film is the problem of fathers and sons in the
Korolevs.
The Leap Year
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2575 m, 94 min.
Script by Vera Panova
Directed by Anatoly Efros
Camera by Peter Emelyanov
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Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Elena Fadeyeva, Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Vassily
Makarov, Elena Orlova, Victoria Ermolyeva, Mikhail
Logvinov, Valentin Nikulin
About the life of two generations of the Kupriyanovs, based on
the novel "The Seasons" by V. Panova.
The Free Wind
1961, w/s, colour, 2272 m, 83 min.
Script by Victor Vinnikov
Vladimir Krakht
Victor Tipot
Directed by Leonid Trauberg
Andrey Tutyshkin
Camera by Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Isaak Dunayevsky
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Lionella Skirda, Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Alexander
Lazarev, Nikolay Gritsenko, Mark Pertsovsky, Yury
Medvedev, Ernst Zorin
Based on the operetta of the same name by Isaak
Dunaevsky. The scene is laid in a small southern country
which has just been liberated from fascist invaders. The plot
of the film is love between Yango and beautiful Stella.
Resurrection (Part II)
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2970 m, 108 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Directed by Mikhail Schweitser
Camera by Era Saveliyeva
Music by Georgy Sviridov
Art Design by David Vinnitsky
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Semina, Eugeny Matveyev, Pavel Massalsky,
Victor Kulakov, Vassily Bokarev, Lev Zolotukhin,
Vladimir Sez
Screen version of the novel of the same name by Leo Tolstoy.
Girls
1961, w/s, b/w, 2676 m, 98 min.
Script by Boris Bedny
Directed by Yury Chulyukin
Camera by Timophey Lebeshev
Music by Alexandra Pakhmutova
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Nikolay Rybnikov, Lyusiyena
Ovchinnikova, Inna Makarova, Svetlana Druzhinina,
Nina Menshikova, Stanislav Khitrov
Based on the story by B. Bedny of the same name. Comedy. The
scene is laid in the 60s in one of the Ural integrated logginglumbering
enterprises. Tosya Kislitsina came to that enterprise to
work there. The darling of all women's hearts logger Ilya made a
bet that Tosya would fall in love with him. Having learnt that
Tosya broke off with him, and Ilya to his surprise realized that he
really loved that battlesome and laughsome girl.
Nine Days of One Year
1961, ordinary, b/w, 3030 m, 111 min.
Script by Mikhail Romm
Daniil Khrabrovitsky
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by German Lavrov
Music by John Ter-Tatevosyan
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Batalov, Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Tatiana
Lavrova, Nikolay Plotnikov, Sergey Blinnikov, Eugeny
Evstigneyev, Mikhail Kozakov
About young talented physicist Gusev, who selflessly and
attended by risk blazes new trails in the field of nuclear physics
for the mankind.
A Young Man's Day
1961, ordinary, b/w, 1505 m, 55 min.
Script by Rumen Grigorov
Stephan Kharitonov
Ishtvan Dverd
Sindo
Karl Gass
Valentina Kuznrtsova
Khorkhe Fraga
Directed by Yury Ozerov
Rumen Grigorov
Stephan Kharitonov
Ishtvan Dverd
Sindo
Karl Gass
Valentina Kuznrtsova
Khorkhe Fraga
Camera by Stephan Petrov
Khristo Kovachev
Nikola Zlatanov
Ivan Zhelev
Shandor Shara
Hanz Dumke
Victor Dombrovsky
Louis Martsoa
Music by Georgy Antonov
Ivan Potashich
Khayasi
Gerhard Rozenfeld
Dmitry Shostakovich
Leo Brauner
Khesis Ortega
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My Friend, Kolka!
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2400 m, 88 min.
Script by Alexander Khmelik
Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Alexander Mitta
Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Victor Maslennikov
Music by Lev Schwartz
Art Design by Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Sasha Kobozev, Alesha Borzunov, Vitya Onuchak, Tanya
Kuznetsova, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Antonina Dmitriyeva,
Vitaly Ovanesov
The school where children study is full of priggery, apathy and
boredom despite seeming welfare. Aggrieved children establish a
"secret society". A new senior counsellor interests them in new
interesting things.
Duel
1961, ordinary, colour, 2438 m, 89 min.
Script by Tatiana Berezantseva
Directed by Tatiana Berezantseva
Lev Rudnik
Camera by Antonina Egina
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art Design by Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Strizhenov, Vladimir Druzhnikov, Lyudmila
Shagalova, Alexander Khvylya, L. Kedrov, Georgy
Georgiu, Elena, Leonid Pirogov
Screen version on the play of the same name by A. Chekhov.
Live Anew
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2125 m, 78 min.
Script by Lidia Sukharevskaya
Nikolay Kovarsky
Directed by Lev Rudnik
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Music by Eugeny Krylatov
Art Design by Valeria Nisskaya
S t a r r i n g
Lidia Sukharevskaya, Ivan Dmitriyev, Stanislav Chekan,
Olga Krasina, Elza Lezhdey, Leonid Chubarov, Nina
Grebeshkova, Eugenia Melnikova
About the destiny of a strong-willed woman who found strength
to engage in an active social life in peacetime after experiences
and ordeals of the war.
The Cossacks
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2660 m, 97 min.
Script by Victor Shklovsky
Vassily Pronin
Directed by Vassily Pronin
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Vyacheclav Zakharov
Music by Gavriil Popov
Art Design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Gubanov, Boris Andreyev, Zinaida Kiriyenko,
Eduard Bredun, Boris Novikov, German Kachin, I. Men,
Vera Enyutina
Screen version of the novel of the same name by Leo Tolstoy.
Lubushka
1961, w/s, b/w, 2454 m, 90 min.
Script by Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Shutov, Oleg Efremov, Eugeny Evstigneyev,
Vladimir Vladimir Zamansky, Lavrenty Masokha,
Vladimir Koval, Igor Sretensky
Based on the story "Taliony's Grandson" by L. Shiryaev. The bandits
took away a perfect horse from peasant Nikita Lykov and left him a
decrepit horse. The peasant fostered the horse which appeared to be a
famous Orlov trotter, named Lyubushka. The mare died and left a
small colt, which won a prestigious international race in several
years.
Peace to the One Who Comes
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2636 m, 96 min.
Script by Leonid Zorin
Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Directed by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Camera by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyayev
S t a r r i n g
Victor Avdyushko, Alexander Demyanenko, Stanislav
Khitrov, Lidia Shaporenko, V. Bokadoro, Nikolay
Grinko, Ivan Ryzhov
About the last day of WW II, about the faithfulness to their duty
and noble souls of Soviet soldiers, saving a pregnant German
woman.
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Saucy Young Kipper
1961, ordinary, b/w, 1562 m, 57 min.
Script by Arnold Vitol
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by German Shatrov
Music by Vassily Dekhterev
Art Design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Vova Semyonov, Daniil Netrebin, Vera Burlakova, Daniil
Ilchenko, Peter Savin, Vladimir Gusev, Victor Kolpakov,
Vladimir Pitsek
Bolshevik Foma Korshunov returned to his village and made
friends with 7-year-old Mishka. When the bandits erupt into the
village and kill Foma, Mishka saddles a horse and tries to warn
Red Armymen about danger.
Our Mutual Friend
1961, ordinary, colour, 3346 m, 122 min.
Script by Victor Loginov
Ivan Pyriyev
Directed by Ivan Pyriyev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Victor Avdyushko, Natalia Fateyeva, Arkady Arkadiyev,
Ekaterina Litvinenko, Boris Yurchenko, Vladimir
Dorofeyev, Mikhail Kononov
A hard-working girl, the worker of calf breeding farm named
Liza fell in love with a party leader, who defended her from a
slanderer. but the party leader is married and he has a son. Liza
leaves the vilaage not to break the family of her beloved.
The Night Without Mercy
1961, w/s, b/w, 2636 m, 96 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Alexander Faintsimmer
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Sulkhan Tsintsadze
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Belyavsky, Larissa Sobolevskaya, Nikolay
Timofeyev, Yury Volkov, Boris Bibikov, Leonid Markov,
Oleg Golubitsky, Ilya Rutberg
Based on the novel of the same name by Kurt Zander. About an
American youth who dreamed of becoming a scientist but by dint
of circumstances became a war pilot. The scene is laid on one of
the US-NATO military bases. The main character and his friend
meet captain Freech, a former nazi, who managed to conceal his
past life.
Dead Serious
Almanac of comedy films
1961, ordinary, b/w, 1869 m, 68 min.
How Robinson was being created
Script by Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Papanov, Sergey Filippov
Based on the feuilleton of the same name by I. Ilf and E. Petrov.
Pie Story
Script by Emil Braginsky
William Kozlov
Directed by Naum Trakhtenberg
Camera by Savva Kulish
Music by Bogdan Trotsyuk
Art Design by Feliz Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Postislav Plyatt, Georgy Georgiu, Boris Novikov, Emma
Treyvas, Svetlana Kharitonova, Rina Zelyonaya
A funny story about a customer, who stepped in a supermarket
and couldn't pay for two pies, which were eaten by him before he
reached the cashdesk.
The Foreignners
Script by Boris Laskin
Directed by Eduard Zmoyro
Camera by Vladimir Boganov
Music by Eugeny Krylatov
Art Design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Valentin Kulik, Maria Mironova, M. Kravchunovskaya,
Alexander Belyavsky
A cine feuilleton, scathing cosmopolitans.
Bon Appetit
Script by Vladimir Dykhovichny
Moris Slobodskoy
Directed by Vladimir Semakov
Camera by Anatoly Nitochkin
Music by Arcady Ostrovsky
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Serafim Anikeyev, Maria Polbentseva, Olga Vikland
About pink collars – barmaid, waitress and visitor.
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Dog Barbos and Extraordinary Cross
Script by Leonid Gaidai
Directed by Leonid Gaidai
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by
S t a r r i n g
Yury Nikulin, Georgy Vitsin, Eugeny Morgunov
Based on the feuilleton by S. Oleynik about adventures of
poacher-fishers, punished by dog Barbos.
USSR - With the Open Heart
1961, w/f, colour, 4186 m, 122 min., co-production: CSDF
Script by Leonid Kristi
Sakko Runge
Directed by Vassily Katanyan
Leonid Kristi
Camera by Vladimir Vorontsov
Nikolay Generalov
Ilya Gutman
Anatoly Kaloshin
Sergey Medynsky
Music by Alexander Lokshin
Art Design by Lev Milchin
Vadim Ryndin
Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Galina Ulanova, Maya Plisetskaya, Raisa Struchkova,
Ekaterina Maksimova, Elena Ryabinkina, Marina
Kondratiyeva, A. Shcherbinina, Vakhtang Chabukiani,
Yaroslav Sekh, Vladimir Vassiliyev, Maris Liepa
During one of the days on the New Year's Eve the artists of the
Bolshoy Theater Ekaterina Maksimova and Vladimir Vassiliyev,
who are in love with each other, walk around winter Moscow,
and the cameraman always keeps them in the view finder. The
first part of the film narrates about everyday life of our capital in
winter. The second part of the film introduces the school of the
Bolshoy Theater, its creative laboratories, where the best
performances of the Soviet ballet are born.
The Court of Madmen
1961, w/f, b/w, 4078 m, 119 min.
Script by Grigory Roshal
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Moissey Vainberg
Art Design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Livanov, Irina Skobtseva, Viktor Khokhryakov,
Vladimir Belokurov, Vladimir Emelyanov, Andrey
Konchalovsky, Lidia Sukharevskaya.
The scene of the film is laid in the 60s in one of the capitalist
countries. The plot of the film is the destiny of a great German
physicist Iohannes Verner, who emigrated from Germany in the
30s. By changing his name he continues working on the
invention, which neo-fascists and their allies try to employ for
their own purposes. Verener enters the struggle with them.
Taming of the Shrew
1961, ordinary, b/w, 2526 m, 92 min.
Script by Sergey Kolosov
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Music by Alexander Golubentsev
Art Design by Nikolay Shifrin
Vassily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Kasatkina, Andrey Popov, Olga Krasina,
Vladimir Zeldin, V. Blagoobrazov, Antony Khodursky,
Mark Pertsovsky
Based on the comedy of the same name by W. Shakespeare.
A Man From Nowhere
1961, ordinary, colour, 2225 m, 81 min.
Script by Leonid Zorin
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art Design by Lev Milchin
Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Yursky, Yury Yakovlev, Anatoly Papanov,
Lyudmila Gurchenko, Ninel Myshkova, Anatoly Adoskin,
Vladimir Muravev
A comedy about a man from a wild tribe finding himself in the
60s and his rather fast adaptation to such a reality.
Clear Skies
1961, ordinary, colour, 3016 m, 110 min.
Script by Daniil Khrabrovitsky
Directed by Grigory Chukhray
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
S t a r r i n g
Nina Drobysheva, Eugeny Urbansky, Natalia Kuzmina,
Vitaly Konyayev, Georgy Kulikov, Leonid Knyazev,
Georgy Georgiu, Oleg Tabakov
A story of an all-forgiving, all-embracing and great love of Sasha
Lvova and pilot Alexey Astakhov, unscathed by ordeals and
trials.
1962
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Without Fear and Reproach
1962, ordinary, colour, 2328 m, 85 min.
Script by Semyon Lungin
Ilya Nusinov
Directed by Alexander Mitta
Camera by German Shatrov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Alla Vitruk, Vitya Glazkov, Nikolay Burlyayev, Savely
Kramarov, Nilkolay Volkov, Lev Zolotukhin, Marina
Strizhenova
Three seven-form schoolchildren found a parcel with money.
With great effort they managed to find the owner, who turns out
to be a young man on hisfirst visit to the capital.
Beat, Drum
1962, w/s, b/w, 2390 m, 87 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Alexander Khmelik
Directed by Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Artur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Alesha Krychenkov, Lyusya Slepneva, Alexander
Demianenko, Savely Kramarov, Vyacheslav Ovenesov,
Tatiana Konyukhova, Ivan Ryzhov
About foundation and activities of first pioneer units in postrevolutionary
Russia.
The Long Way
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2802 m, 102 min.
Script by Georgy Mdivani
Directed by Yury Ozerov
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Iozef Abrkham, Rudolph Grushinsky, Inna Gulaya,
Yaroslav Marvan, Yury Yakovlev, Alexander Kutepov,
Nikolay Grinko, Oleg Borisov
About great Czech satirist Yaroslav Gashek, who was imprisoned
by Russians during WW I. Not willing to fight for the interests of
Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Gashek enters the Red Army and
as a comissar of international brigade he worked his way up from
Samara to Irkutsk.
Initiation
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2761 m, 101 min.
Script by Vera Panova
Directed by Igor Talankin
Camera by Valery Vladimirov
Vladimir Minayev
Music by Alphred Shnitke
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Tokarev, Nina Urgant, Yury Volkov, Nikolay
Burlyayev, Nitalia Bogunova, Galya Vyalykh, Lyuda
Volkova, Lyubov Sokolova
Based on stories by V. Panova about the younger generation,
whose initiation into life fell upon the rough years of WW II.
The Sinner
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2197 m, 80 min.
Script by Nikolay Evdokimov
Directed by Fedor Filippov
Gavriil Egiazarov
Camera by Gavriil Egiazarov
Music by Vladislav Bunin
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Iya Savvina, Nikolay Dovzhenko, Alexandra Panova,
Daniil Ilchenko, Konstantin Zheldin, Victor Chekmarev,
Olga Markina
About a young girl, who left the religious sect her parents had
drawn her into for the sake of big love.
The Hussar Ballad
1962, ordinary, colour, 2620 m, 96 min.
Script by Alexander Gladkov
with participation of
Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art Design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Yakovlev, Larissa Golubkina, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Tatiana Shmyga, Yury Belov, Igor Ilyinsky, Valery
Koltsov, Alexey Polevoy
Based on the play "Long-long Ago" by A. Gladkov about a
hussar girl Shurochka Azarova, fighting at the front during
Patriotic war of 1812.
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Two in the Steppe
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2236 m, 82 min.
Script by Emmanuil Kazakevich
Directed by Anatoly Efros
Camera by Peter Emelianov
Music by John Ter-Tatevosyan
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Valery Babyatinsky, Asul Nurekenov, V. Batalova,
Svetlana Konovalova, E. Presnikova, Anatoly
Verbitsky, Lev Durov
Screen version of the play of the same name by E. Kazakevich,
about a young lieutenant Ogarkov sentenced to be shot by
military tribunal, and his guard Dzhurabayev.
Businessmen
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2314 m, 85 min.
Script by Leonid Gaidai
Directed by Leonid Gaidai
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Vladlen Paulus, Alexander Shvorin, Alexey Smirnov,
Georgy Vitsin, Seryozha Tikhonov, Rostislav Plyatt, Yury
Nikulin
Based on stories "The Roads We Choose", "Red Chief",
"Hundred Souls" by O'Henry.
Ivan's Childhood
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2638 m, 96 min.
Script by Vladimir Bogomolov
Mikhail Papava
Directed by Andrey Tarkovsky
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyayev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Burlyayev, valentin Zubkov, Eugeny Zharikov,
Stepan Krylov, Nikolay Grinko, Dmitry Milutenko,
Valentina Malyavina
Based on the story "Ivan" by V. Bogomolov about the tragedy of
a child, who lost his parents during the war and became a scout in
the enemy's rear.
Nylon Nets
1962, w/s, b/w, 2002 m, 73 min.
Script by Yury Tomin
Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Gennady Poloka
Levan Shengelia
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Music by Gennady Saveliev
Art Design by Konstantin Khodatayev
S t a r r i n g
Lyonya Kharonsky, Kolya Ashikhmin, Pavel Luspekayev,
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Leonid Kharitonov, Alevtina
Rumyantseva, Anatoly Soloviev
About fearless boys who helped detain a poacher.
Collegues
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2845 m, 104 min.
Script by Alexey Sakharov
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Vladimir Nikolayev
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Livanov, Vassily Lanovoy, Oleg Anofriyev, Nina
Shatskaya, Tamara Syomina, Rostislav Plyatt, Vladimir
Kashpur, Vladimir Maruta
Based on the novel of the same name by V. Aksenov about
young doctors at the onset of their careers.
My Younger Brother
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2845 m, 104 min.
Script by Vassily Aksenov
Mikhail Ancharov
Alexander Zarkhi
Directed by Alexander Zarkhi
Camera by Anatoly Petritsky
Music by Mikael Tariverdiyev
Art Design by Lev Milchin
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Marchenko, Alexander Zbruyev, Oleg Dal,
Andrey Mironov, Oleg Efremov, Ivan Savkin
Based on the novel "A Ticket to the Stars" by V. Aksenov. After
leaving examinations four friends went to Tallinn for the first
time without annoying custody of parents to taste serious life.
Young and Unexperienced
1962, w/s, b/w, 2639 m, 96 min.
Script by Alexander Rekemchuk
Konstantin Voinov
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Moissey Vainberg
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
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S t a r r i n g
Oleg Tabakov, Asya Sheremetiyeva, Ivan Pereverzev,
Valentin Grachev, July Nikulin, Eugeny Evstigneyev,
Vladimir Zemlyanikin, Lyudmila Krylova
Based on the story by A. Kremenchuk about a young lad,
working in far Pechora taiga, who met his love there.
The Coin
1962, ordinarry, b/w, 2527 m, 92 min.
Script by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Directed by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Camera by Anatoly Kuztetsov
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Popov, Valery Slapoguzov, Rostislav Plyatt, Gleb
Strizhenov, Erast Garin
Based on stories by American writer Albert Malz about the tragic
fate of a man of no importance in America.
Pavlukha
1962, ordinary, b/w, 1931 m, 70 min.
Script by Radiy Pogodin
Directed by Semyon Tumanov
Georgy Shchukin
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Kolya Kozlov, Raisa Kurkina, Nikolay Lebedev,
Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Vladimir Soloviev, Vladimir
Gusev, Nonna Mordyukova
Movie story about a village boy, who sets out to work in town
and finds out the real worth of human kindness and friendship.
The Freshet
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2654 m, 97 min.
Script by Roza Budantseva
Directed by Iskra Babich
Camera by Antonina Egina
Savva Kulish
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
Novella Matveyeva
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Galina Yatskina, Valentin Zubkov, Eugeny Shutov, Vera
Kuznetsova, Sophia Garrel, N. Nikonova, Rufina
Yakovleva, Valentina Berezutskaya
Young milkmaid Dasha married Zinovy, who dreamt of leaving
the village and living in town. Having sent his wife to maternity
hospital he decided that it was time to make his dreams come true
and left. But Dasha with a child came home and cherished hopes
that her husband would change his mind and come back home.
The Way to the Moorage
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2435 m, 89 min.
Script by Victor Konetsky
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Camera by Anatoly Nitochkin
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Andreyev, Oleg Zhakov, Lyubov Sokolova,
Alexander Metyolkin, Valentin Nikulin, Bruno Oya, Asya
Sheremetiyeva, Igor Bogolyubov
In search of real manlike life 16-year-old Vaska reached Arctic
and got a job of cleaner. The sailors got to like him and took him
to an expedition to Novaya Zemlya.
Seven Cooks
1962, ordinary, colour, 2092 m, 76 min.
Script by July Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Rolan Bykov
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by David Vinnitsky
S t a r r i n g
Semyon Morozov, Vladimir Ivashov, Valentin Burov,
Tatiana Nadezhdina, Mikaela Drozdovskaya, N.
Batyreva, Valentina Grigorieva
A team of young workers of watchmaking plant determined to
reform a juvenile delinquent. Cunning and artful child deceived
his naive and credulous nurses for a long time. But in the end he
finds himself ashamed and settles down.
Forty Nine Days
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2356 m, 86 min.
Script by Grigory Baklanov
Yury Bondarev
Vladimir Tendryakov
Directed by Genrikh Gabay
Camera by Arcady Koltsaty
Music by Alexey Muravlev
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
Arnold Vaisfeld
S t a r r i n g
V. Buyanovsky, Vitaly Pivnenko, Vladimir
Shibankov, Gennady Krasheninnikov
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About the courage of Soviet sailors, forced to spend 49 days on a
drifting ice-loe without food and water during a severe storm in
the ocean.
The Trial
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2064 m, 75 min.
Script by Vladimir Tendryakov
Directed by Vladimir Skuybin
Aida Manasarova
Camera by Vladimir Boganov
Music by Alexander Lokshin
Art Design by Sergey Voronkov
Ippolit Novoderezhkin
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Oleg Zhakov, Valery Koltsov, Pavel
Volkov, Stepan Krylov, Konstantin Lylov, Anatoly
Chemodurov
The film shows that nothing good comes of a compromise with
one's conscience, conscience being the most demanding of
judges.
The Third Period
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2416 m, 88 min.
Script by Alexander Borshchagovsky
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by Sergey Zaitsev
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Yury Volkov, Vladimir Kashpur, Leonid Kuravlev, Yury
Nazarov, Vyacheslav Nevinny, Gleb Strizhenov, Gennady
Yukhtin
The film is based on a historical fact: a football match between
Soviet prisoners of war and German invaders. It happened in
Kiev in 1942. The price of victory for the Soviet team is death. In
case of victory of the Germans the Russian prisoners were
promised to be liberated.
The Threshold
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2150 m, 78 min.
Script by Semyon Nagorny
Directed by Vassily Ordynsky
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
Arnold Vaisfeld
S t a r r i n g
Nadezhda Fedosova, Peter Lyubeshkin, Lilia Dzyuba,
Boris Yurchenko, Yury Gorobets, Nikolay Grabbe,
Roman Khomyatov, Victor Filippov
About the heavy fighting of autumn 1941 on the outskirts of
Moscow, about an anti-aircraft crew placed next to a small town
where a woman, mother of three children, lives.
The Leave
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2403 m, 88 min.
Script by Felix Mironer
Directed by Felix Mironer
Camera by Yury Zubov
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Ariadna Shengelaya, Lev Prygunov, Vassily Makarov,
Svetlana Konovalova, Vladimir Vysotsky, Vladimir
Treshchalov
During his leave sailor Nikolay Valezhnikov fulfilled many tasks
of his mates and met a girl who promised him to wait for him
until he is back.
A Clever Move
1962, ordinary, colour, 2254 m, 82 min.
Script by Vladislav Radolensky
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Victor Masevich
Music by Roman Ledenev
Art Design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Borya Kuznetsov, Savely Kramarov, Afanasy Kochetkov,
Mikhail Pugovkin, Anatoly Papanov, Tatiana Peltser,
Victor Khokhryakov
A comedy about a 15-year-old boy, who dreamt of being a
machine operator, but he was too small. Then he played cunning
and using his friend's papers he enters a college to acquire his
favourite profession.
Chain Reaction
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2292 m, 84 min.
Script by Lev Sheinin
Directed by Ivan Pravov
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Vitaly Geviksman
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Kenigson, Lev Ivanov, Eduard Bredun,
Izolda Izvitskaya, E. Nellin, Nikolay gagarin, Gurgen
Tonunts, Peter Repnin, Vsevolod Yakut
An old pick-pocketer comes to the capital during International
Youth and Students Festival to make a gang. But having met an
old professor he decides to break with his thievery.
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The Apple of Discord
1962, ordinary, b/w, 2573 m, 94 min.
Script by Mikhail Biryukov
Valentin Pluchek
Georgy Shtain
Directed by Valentin Pluchek
Ekaterina Naroditskaya
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Alexandra Pakhmutova
Art Design by Vassily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Tenin, Eugeny Vesnik, Tatiana Peltser, Vladimir
Lepko, Anatoly Papanov, Eugeny Suponev, Lidia
Sharapova, Olga Aroseva
A comedy about the chairman of a collective farm, who tried to
improve the collective farmers' life by various ways, as well as
by sending a heavy crop of apples to the North. This idea is not
popular among the collective farmers.
1963
We Call Fire Upon Ourselves
The first part
1963, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 8614 m, 314 min.
Script by Sergey Kolosov
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Music by Alphred Shnitke
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Kasatkina, Elena Koroleva, Izolda Izvitskaya,
Alexander Lazarev, Stanislav Chekan, Oleg Efremov,
Eugeny Shutov, Anna Pavlova
About a Soviet girl scout, her Russian and Polish friends engaged
in an active struggle against fascists in WW II.
A Shot in the Fog
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2377 m, 87 min.
Script by Valery Alexeyev
Mikhail Maklyarsky
Directed by Anatoly Bobrovsky
Alexander Sery
Camera by Vladimir Boganov
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Krasnopolsky, Lionella Skirda, Yury Gorobets,
Roman Khomyatov, Bruno Oya, Mikhail Mayorov,
Vladimir Kolchin, Boris Kozhukhov
An adventure film about state security agents curbing attempts of
foreign secret services to recruit or kill a young Soviet scientist
Panteleyev.
The Blue Light
1963, ordinary, TV/ f, b/w, 1931 m, 70 min.
Script by Eduard Abalov
Larissa Kocharyan
Boris Purgalin
Ilya Rutberg
Directed by Eduard Abalov
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Victor Maslennikov
Art Design by Valentin Antonov
A New Year Eve concert featuring major Soviet performers.
The Living and the Dead
1963, w/s, colour, 5482 m, 200 min.
Script by Alexander Stolper
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Kirill Lavrov, Anatoly Papanov, Alexey Glazyrin, Oleg
Efremov, Lyudmila Krylova, Lev Lyubetsky, L.
Lyubimova
Based on the novel of the same name by Konstantin Simonov
about the first and the most difficult battles against fascist
invaders in WW II. The plot of the film is difficult destiny of
military correspondent Sintsov.
In the Name of the Revolution
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2396 m, 87 min.
Script by Mikhail Shatrov
Yury Timofeyev
Directed by Genrikh Gabay
Camera by Sergey Zaitsev
Music by Mikhail Chulaki
Art Design by Felix Yasyukovich
S t a r r i n g
Boris Smirnov, Anatoly Romashin, Alexander
Alexeyev, Alyosha Batenin, Rafik Sabirov, Volodya
Borisychev, Valery Denisov
A historical-revolutionary film about one of the stages in the
Civil War when the future of the young Soviet republic was
touch-and-go.
Irakly Andronnikov Stories
1963, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 2228 m, 81 min.
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Script by Irakly Andronnikov
Andrey Donatov
Directed by Arkady Koltsaty
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Nikolay Peyko
Art Design by Nikolay Dvigubsky
S t a r r i n g
Irakly Andronnikov
About the wonderful story-teller, famous writer and expert on
Lermontov's art.
The End and the Beginning
1963, w/s, b/w, 2475 m, 90 min.
Script by Georgis Sevastikoglu
Directed by Manos Zakharias
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Klimova, Gennady Voropayev, Alexey Safonov,
M. Vaintraub, Oleg Khabalov, Sotiris Belevendis, Andrey
Mayorov
About the struggle of Greek patriots with fascist invaders in
1941.
The Short Summer in the Mountains
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2283 m, 83 min.
Script by Nikolay Atarov
Directed by Aida Manasarova
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Roman Ledenev
Art Design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Gleb Strizhenov, Nokifor Kolorifin, Alla Chernova, S.
Sukhbator, Vladimir Kashpur, Elena Maksimova,
Eugeny Teterin, Boris Bityukov
About a young girl Galya Ustinovich, who came to a remote
region on her geologic practical work.
Dunaevsky Melodies
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2116 m, 77 min.
Script by Erik Pyriyev
Mikhail Matusovsky
Directed by Erik Pyriyev
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Mikhail Gindin
Music by Irina Lukashevich
Art Design by Felix Boguslavsky
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Marina Ladynina, Nikolay Cherkasov,
Igor Ilyinsky, Leonid Utesov, Vladimir Volodin, Sergey
Lukianov
About creations of outstanding composer I.O. Dunaevsky.
A True Story
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2508 m, 92 min.
Script by Izold Zamdberg
July Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Vladimir Gerasimov
Camera by Galina Pyshkova
Music by Alexey Muravlev
Art Design by Yury Kladiyenko
S t a r r i n g
Zhanna Prokhorenko, Georgy epifantsev, Leonid
Kuravlev, Vitaly Doronin, Valentina Berezutskaya, Rolan
Bykov
A love story of a newly married couple at a construction project
in Donbass.
An Optimistic Tragedy
1963, w/s, colour, 3319 m, 121 min.
Script by Sophia Vishnivetskaya
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Vladimir Monakhov
Music by Vassily Dekhterev
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Margarita Volodina, Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Boris
Andreyev, Vsevolod Sanayev, Orvo Bjerninen, Vsevolod
safonov, Ivan Zhevago, Daniil Netrebin, Erast Garin,
Oleg Strizhenov
Based on the play of the same name by Vsevolod Vishnevsky.
About a young woman-commissar at one of the fronts during the
Civil War. About strength of mind, courage and will.
A Small Station
1963, ordinary, b/w, 1937 m, 71 min.
Script by Rady Pogodin
Boris Barnet
Directed by Boris Barnet
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Merkuriyev, Ekaterina Mazurova, Nadezhda
Rumyantseva, Boris Novikov, Elizaveta Nikshikhina,
Alexander Potapov
About an academician, who spent his vacation not at a resort, but
in a remote village. However, he did not manage to practise
painting, as he planned. He gets involved in the villagers' life.
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A Lost Summer
1963, w/s, b/w, 2164 m, 79 min.
Script by Avraam Zak
Isay Kuznetsov
Directed by Nikita Orlov
Rolan Bykov
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Boris Chaikovsky
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Volodya Evstafiev, Seryozha Gudko, Zoya fedorova,
Antonina Dmitriyeva, Lyudmila Chernyshova, Volodya
Shvets, Yura Smirnov, Alyosha Popov
A comedy about funny adventures of two six-form schoolboys
who came to the country for their summer vacations.
The Russian Wood
1963, w/s, colour, 4720 m, 172 min.
Script by Leonid Leonov
Vladimir Petrov
Yury Lukin
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Georgy Sviridov
Art Design by Peter Kiselev
S t a r r i n g
Boris Tolmazov, Rufina Nifontova, Nina Drobysheva,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Maria Pastukhova, Elena Fadeyeva
Screen version of a novel of the same name by L. Leonov about
the destiny of scientist Vikhrov.
The Secretary of the Regional Committee
1963, ordinary, b/w, 3208 m, 117 min.
Script by Vsevolod Kochetov
Edgar Smirnov
Vladimir Chebotarev
Directed by Vladimir Chebotarev
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Alexey Muravlev
Dmitry Tolstoy
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Samoylov, Andrey Abrikosov, Anatoly
Falkovich, Lyudmila Khityayeva, Kirill Stolyarov, Vitaly
Abramov, Alexander Khvylya
Based on the novel of the same name by V. Kochetov.
Lis-ten!..
1963, ordinary, b/w, 1860 m, 68 min.
Script by Alexey Leontiyev
Directed by Mary Andzhaparidze
Camera by Era Saveliyeva
Music by Alexander Pirumov
Art Design by I. Vvedensky
S t a r r i n g
July Balmusov, Gennady Bortnikov, Svetlana Savelova,
Peter Lyubeshkin, Nikolay Prokopovich, Leonid kmit,
Misha Polyak
About the Chairman of the Emergency Commission
F.E. Dzerzhinsky.
An Officer of the Emergency Commission
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2800 m, 102 min.
Script by Boris Volchek
Alexander Lukin
Dmitry Polyanovsky
Directed by Boris Volchek
Camera by Vladimir Minayev
Music by Eduard Lazarev
Art Design by Abram Freydin
Orest Alikin
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Demianenko, Eugeny Evstigneyev, Vladimir
Keningson, Valentina Malyavina, Oleg Efremov,
Vladimir Zamansky
About a Red Army Soldier Alexey Mikhalev, sent to work to the
Emergency Commission, about difficult everyday work of its
officers in their struggle with brigandage.
The USSR As Seen by Italians
1969, w/s, colour, 2130 m, 78 min.
Script by Mauricio Ferrara
Georgy Mdivany
Ennio de Concini
Romohho Marcellini
Leonardo Korteze
Directed by Romolo Marcellini
Leonardo Korteze
Elliana de Sabata
Tamara Lisician
Camera by Guilliermo Mankori
Sergey Vronsku
Victor Dombrovsky
Victor Listopadov
Music by Gavriil Popov
Art Design by D. Banneri
Lev Milchin
Andrey Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
E. Kaminka, Rostislav Plyatt
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Two Italians are touring the Soviet Union. One of them has
already been here, that is why he acts as a guide to the other.
Let Him Leave Now
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2851 m, 104 min.
Script by Sergey Alexeyev
Directed by Sergey Alexeyev
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art Design by Artur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Yury Koltsov, Vladlen Davydov, Irina Gosheva, Nina
Gulyayeva, Igor Yasulovich, Sergey Blinnikov, A.
Kolomiytseva, Vyacheslav Shalevich
Based on a play by J.B. Priestley about the fate of an artist.
Silence
1963, w/s, b/w, 5710 m, 208 min.
Script by Yury Bondarev
Vladimir Basov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Vitaly Konyayev, Georgy Martynyuk, Larissa Luzhina,
Natalia Velichko, Vladimir Emelianov, Nikolay Volkov,
Lilia Gritsenko
Based on the novel of the same name by Yu. Bondarev about the
fate of a demobbed captain, whose father was arrested on a
framed-up charge.
You're Not Alone
1963, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 1918 m, 70 min.
Script by Kirill Rappoport
Directed by Eduard Gavrilov
Valery Kremnev
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Sovet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Metelkin, Yury Belov, Tatiana Konyukhova,
Yury Bogolyubov, Valentina Khmara, Boris Kordunov,
Peter Lyubeshkin
About an orphan teenager, who came to work in a plant, about
the first knowledge of life and the people, both good and bad, he
met.
Morning Trains
1963, w/s, colour, 2468 m, 90 min.
Script by Avraam Zak
Isay Kuznetsov
Directed by Frunze Dovlatyan
Lev Mirsky
Camera by Sergey Vronsky
Music by Leonid Afanasiyev
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Malyavina, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Lev Prygunov,
Valery Malyshev, Leonid Reutov, Larissa Vikkel,
Lyusiyena Ovchinnikova, Lyudmila Chursina
About the youth of a big Moscow plant. About young girl Asya,
who had to overcome lots of disappointment before she found
real friends and love.
A Man Who Doubts
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2307 m, 84 min.
Script by Leonid Agranovich
Directed by Leonid Agranovich
Vladimir Semakov
Camera by Yury Zubov
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyayev
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Kulikov, Oleg Dal, Georgy Frolov, Ilya Kiselev,
Dmitry Masanov, Fedor Korchagin, Yury Volkov, Boris
Kordunov, Valentina Talyzina
About a major investigator from the procurator's office, who
managed to unravel an intricate case and justify the innocent man
suspected of murder.
It Happened in the Militia
1963, w/s, b/w, 2386 m, 87 min.
Script by Israel Metter
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Sanayev, Mark Bernes, Vyacheslav Nevinny,
Alexander Belyavsky, Oleg Golubitsky, Zoya Fedorova,
Vova Dubinsky
About a major of militia Sazonov, a quiet elderly man, devoting
his life to the return of children lost in the war to their parents.
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I Walk Around Moscow
1963, ordinary, b/w, 2132 m, 78 min.
Script by Gennady Shpalikov
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Nikita Mikhalkov, Alexey Loktev, Eugeny Steblov, Galina
Polskikh, Vladimir Basov, Irina Skobtseva, Inna
Churikova
A comedy about young Muskovites, their short one-day
friendship with installer Volodya, who has come from a
construction project in Siberia. About mutual help and the first
love.
1964
The Ore
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2440 m, 89 min.
Script by Georgy Vladimov
Directed by Vassily Ordynsky
Camera by German Lavrov
Music by Mikael Tariverdiyev
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
Arnold Vaisfeld
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Sanayev, Stanislav Lyubshin, Boris Yurchenko,
Mikhail Gluzsky, Roman Khomyatov, Yury Legkov,
Larissa Luzhina, Inna Makarova
Based on the story of the same name by G. Vladimov about
people, who harness iron ore mines in the area of Kursk magnetic
anomaly.
The Vassiliev Brothers
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2289 m, 84 min.
Script by Daria Shpirkan
Directed by Daria Shpirkan
Camera by Nikolay Renkov
Victor Maslennikov
Music by Gavriil Popov
Art Design by Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Babochkin, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Yury Levitan, Nina
Nikitina, G. Pankov, Felix Yavorsky
About creations of two film directors homonyms Georgy and
Sergey Vasiliev, the authors of a well-known film "Chapaev",
working later under the pen-name "The Vassiliev Brothers".
We Call Fire Upon Ourselves
the second – fourth parts
1964, ordinary, TV film,, b/w, 8614 m, 314 min.
Script by Sergey Kolosov
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Music by Alphred Shnitke
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Kasatkina, Elena Koroleva, Izolda Izvitskaya,
Alexander Lazarev, Stanislav Chekan, Boris Chirkov,
Rolan Bykov
About the Soviet secret service woman Anya Morozova; about her
Russian and Polish friends, fighting courageously against the fascists
during the Second World War.
The Lovers Need Carnations
1964, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 1683 m, 61 min.
Script by Ivan Mendzheritsky
Anatoly Nitochkin
Directed by Anatoly Nitochkin
Camera by Anatoly Nitochkin
Music by Edison Denisov
S t a r r i n g
Documentary film, whose main character, who tours around
Europe visiting the places, where his father fought 20 years ago...
Where Are You Now, Maxim?
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2206 m, 81 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
William Kozlov
Directed by Edmond Keosayan
Camera by Sergey Zaitsev
German Shatrov
Music by John Ter-Tatevosyan
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Tokarev, Lyudmila Gladunko, Irina Gubanova,
Nina Menshikova, Inna Churikova, Nikolay Sergeyev,
Yury Nazarov
About young people, entering adult life during the hard postwar
years. 17-year-old Maxim leaves his village and goes to the town,
where he spent his childhood. He enters training school, meets
new friends and a girl, he falls in love with.
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The Garnet Bracelet
1964, w/s, colour, 2493 m, 91 min.
Script by Abram Room
Anatoly Granberg
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Art Design by Oleg Alikin
Abram Freydin
Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Ariadna Shengelaya, Igor Ozerov, Oleg Basilashvili,
Vladislav Strzhelchik, Natalia Malyavina, Yury Averin,
Olga Zhizneva
Based on Alexander Kuprin's story of the same name.
Goodbye, Boys
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2252 m, 82 min.
Script by Boris Balter
Mikhail Kalik
Directed by Mikhail Kalik
Camera by Levan Paatashvili
Music by Mikael Tariverdiyev
Art Design by Tatiana Antonova
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Bogunova, Eugeny Steblov, Anna Rodionova,
Nikolay Dostal, Victoria Fyodorova, Mikhail Kononov,
Angelina Stepanova
A screen version of Boris Balter's story of the same name, which
is about the friendship of boys, the first love and sense of life, in
which war is to brake out soon, but they do not know anout it at
the moment.
Welcome, or No Admittance
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2040 m, 74 min.
Script by Semyon Lungin
Ilya Nusinov
Directed by Elem Klimov
Camera by Anatoly Kuznrtsov
Music by Mikael Tariverdiyev
Igor Yakushenko
Art Design by Vladimir Kamsky
Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Evstigneyev, Arina Aleynikova, Ilya Rutberg,
Lidia Smirnova, Alexey Smirnov, Vitya Kosykh,
Ekaterina Mazurova, Yura Bondarenko, Lida Volkova
A satiric comedy. For swimming in a forbidden place Kostya
Ivochkin is expelled from a pioneer camp. Not to upset his grand
mother the boy returns to the camp secretly. After a number of
adventures the boy was found and with the help of counsellors he
was returned to the camp.
The Marriage of Balzaminov
1964, ordinary, colour, 2453 m, 90 min.
Script by Konstantin Voinov
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Georgy Kupriyanov
Music by Boris Chaikovsky
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Vitsin, Lyudmila Shagalova, Ekaterina Savinova,
Lidia Smirnova, Zhanna Prokhorenko, Lyudmila
Gurchenko, Tamara Nosova, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Rolan
Bykov, Inna Makarova, Nadezhda Rumyantseva
Based on A.N. Ostrovsky's trilogy about little clerk Misha
Balzaminov, ignorant and naive, dreaming of a profitable
marriage.
There Lived an Old Man and an Old
Woman
1964, ordinary, b/w, 3807 m, 139 min.
Script by July Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Grigory Chukhray
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Alexandra Pakhmutova
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Marin, Vera Kuznetsova, Georgy Martynyuk,
Lyudmila Maksakova, Galina Polskikh, Anatoly
Yabbarov, Victor Kolpakov
A drama about the life a Russian village, about the Gusakovs
- an old man and an old woman, who faced new difficulties at
the end of their life: because of fire they lost their shelter and
went to the North to their daughter Nina, whose life is not as
good as she wants.
The Enchanted Desna
1964, ordinary, colour, 2763 m, 101 min.
Script by Alexander Dovzhenko
Directed by Julia Solntseva
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Gavriil Popov
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Samoylov, Vova Goncharov, Eugeny
Bondarenko, Zinaida Kiriyenko, Boris Andreyev, Ivan
Pereverzev, Vladimir Gusev
During the Second World War a writer participates in the
crossing of the Desna river together with other Soviet
soldiers. He spent his merry childhood here and the
reminiscences about those years arose in his memory.
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The Green Light
1964, w/s, b/w, 2010 m, 73 min.
Script by Valentina Spirina
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Eugeny Andrikanis
Camera by
Music by Victor Listopadov
Art Design by Alexander Flyarkovsky
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Kuznetsov, Svetlana Savelova, Anatoly Papanov,
Tatiana Bestayeva, Ivan Ryzhov, Vsevolod Sanayev,
Vyacheslav Nevinny
A comedy about workdays of a young taxi driver Segrey, his
constant readiness to help people.
Executed At Dawn
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2376 m, 87 min.
Script by Alexey nagorny
Geliy Ryabov
Alexey Khodanov
Directed by Eugeny Andrikanis
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Vadim Ganshin, Elizaveta Solodova, Tatiana
Konyukhova, Vladimir Chestnokov, Svetlana Shvayko,
sergey Kurilov, Konstantin Khudyakov
About Alexander Ulianov's and his friends' fighting against the
Russian autocracy.
The Crimimal Shall Not Escape!
1964, w/s, b/w, 2257 m, 82 min.
Script by Israel Metter
Directed by Semyon Tumanov
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Nikulin, Vladimir Emelianov, Leonid Kmit, Yury
Belov, Alla Larionova, Fedor Nikitin, Nikolay Kryuchkov
A film about militia workdays. The plot of the film is a
story of tracker dog Mukhtar and his guide Glazichev.
The Snowstorm
1964, w/f, colour, 2724 m, 80 min.
Script by Vladimir Basov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Sergey Vronsky
Music by Georgy Sviridov
Art Design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Titova, Georgy Martynyuk, Oleg Vidov,
Marina Pastukhova, Seryozha popov, Vladimir
Marenkov, Nina Vilvovskaya, Nikolay Burlyayev
A screen version of A.S. Pushkin's poetic story under the same
name.
We, Russian People
1964, w/f, colour, 4227 m, 123 min.
Script by Sophia Vishnevetskaya
Alexander Mariamov
Vera Stroyeva
Directed by Vera Stroyeva
Camera by Antonina Egina
Victor Dombrovsky
Music by Roman ledenev
Art Design by Nikolay Usachev
Yury Kladiyenko
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Smirnov, Nikolay Grinko, Ivan Savkin, Valentin
Gaft, Gennady Nekrasov, Vladimir Treshchalov, Nikolay
Pogodin
The historico-revolutionary film about birth of the Soviet Army.
The Fire That Can't Be Stopped
1964, w/s, b/w, 4008 m, 146 min.
Script by Georgy Berezko
Directed by Efim Dzigan
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Valentin Pavlov
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Volkov, Elina Bystritskaya, Boris Zubov, Viktor
Chekmarev, Nikita Podgorny, Sophia Fadeyeva, Olga
Levinson
About a hard fate of former political prisoner, who came to find
his son in the place where he lived during his imprisonment.
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Love Uninvited
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2526 m, 92 min.
Script by Arnold Vitol
Directed by Vladimir Monakhov
Camera by Vladimir Zakharchuk
Igor Bogdanov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Lapikov, Yury Nazarov, Natalia Bogoyavlenskaya,
Roman Khomyatov, Ivan Zhevago, Anna Kedrova, Peter
Savin, German Kachin
Based on a story "Alien Blood" by M. Sholokhov. About an old
cossak Gavrila, who rescued a Red Army soldier and got
attached to him like to his son.
New Year Fair
1964, orinary, TV film, b/w, 4092 m, 149 min.
Script by Tatiana Popova
Maya Soymanova
Victor Cherkasov
Directed by Eduard Abalov
Vladimir Ivanov
Camera by Victor Maslennikov
Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Eduard Kolmanovsky
Vano Muradeli
Mark Fradkin
Art Design by Arnold Vaisfeld
Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Arcady Raikin, Lev Mirov, Mark Novitsky, Yury
Timoshenko, Efim Berezin, Pavel Rudakov, V. Lavrov,
Oleg Popov, Rina Zelyonaya
Musical review with participation of Soviet starring singers.
They Moved East
1964, ordinary, b/w, 4176 m, 152 min, co-production:
"GALATEYA SPA" (Italy)
Script by Sergey Smirnov
Ennio de Concini
Guizeppe de Santis
Augusto Frassinetti
Directed by Guizeppe de Santis
Dmitry Vassiliyev
Camera by Antonio Sekki
Valentina Khovanskaya
Music by Armando Travayoli
Art Design by David Vinnitsky
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Samoylova, Andrea Kkki, Rafaele Pizu, Zhanna
Prokhorenko, Arthur Kennedy, Peter Falk, Riccardo
Kuchola, Grigory Mikhailov
A military drama about officers and soldiers of Italian divisions,
killed on the territory of the Soviet Union during the Second
World War.
Magic Isle
1964, ordinary, b/w, 1863 m, 68 min.
Script by Eugeny Ryss
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Victor Masevich
Music by Antonio Spadavekkia
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Volkov, I. Zhuravel, Alexey Zaitsev,
Tanya Demushkina, Yura Bondarenko, Yura Leshov,
Boris Yurchenko, Raissa Kurkina
A captain takes several boys to a safe coastal sailing. But in the
sea a storm broke out and the boat is turned out to be cast away
on a bare rocks – Wizard island. In the long run they are saved by
a sweep vessel.
Ward
1964, ordinary, colour, 2468 m, 90 min.
Script by Samuil Aleshin
Directed by Georgy Natanson
Camera by Yury Zubov
Music by Vladlen Chistyakov
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Popov, Eugeny Perov, Vitaly Doronin,
Yury Puzyrev, Rufina Nifontova, Natalia
Fateyeva, Yury Averin, Inna Makarova
About four patients, staying in one hospital ward, their different
characters and ways of thinking.
Chairman
1964, w/s, b/w, 4541 m, 166 min.
Script by Yury Nagibin
Directed by Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Vitaly Nikolayev
Music by Alexander Kholminov
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Nonna Mordyukova, Ivan
Lapikov, Vyacheslav Nevinny, Valentina Vladimirova,
Kira Golovko, Antonina
Bogdanova, Vladimir Etush
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About restoration of farming economy during hard times of
the after-war devestation. About difficult fate of Egor
Trubnikov, demobbed on the grounds of heavy wound and
who became the chairman of his native collective farm.
The Little Acre of Land
1964, ordinary, b/w, 2267 m, 83 min.
Script by Grigory Baklanov
Directed by Andrey Smirnov
Borist Yashin
Camera by Yury Skhirtladze
Music by Alexander Pirumov
Art Design by Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zbruyev, Ella Sukhanova, Eugeny Urbansky,
Sergey Kurilov, Mikhail Vorontsov, Alexander Titov
About heroism and humanism of a small group of soldiers under
command of a young lieutenant defending a little lodgement on
the bank of the Dnestr during the Second World War.
Secret of Success
1964, ordinary, colour, 2704 m, 99 min.
Script by Leo Arnshtam
Leonid Lavrovsky
Alexander Shelenkov
Directed by Leonid Lavrovsky
Alexander Shelenkov
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Nikolay Yakovlev
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Raissa Struchkova, Alla Osipenko, Ekaterina Maximova,
Natalia Bessmertnova, Elena Kholina, Natalia Kasatkina,
Nina Timofeyeva
Film-ballet about the difficult and beautiful art of dancing.
Tale of Lost Time
1964, ordinary, colour, 2193 m, 80 min.
Script by Vladimir Lifshits
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Samuil Rubashkin
Music by Nikolay Morozov
Art Design by Artur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Anofriyev, Rina Zelyonaya, Lida Konstantinova,
Savely Kramarov, Vsevolod Plotkin, Sergey Martison,
Pasha Kupanev
A fairy tale film about malicious wizards who collected the time
wasted by sluggards and idlers and turned into boys, and the
children became old people.
The Republic Treasure
1964, ordinary, colour, 2158 m, 79 min.
Script by Alexey Leontiyev
Directed by Ivan Pravov
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Vano Muradeli
Art Design by Vassily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
July Balmusov, Boris Savchenko, Ivan Pereverzev,
Andrey Abrikosov, Mikhail Nazvanov, Olga Krasina,
Svetlana Konovalova
About Soviet chekists during the first years of Soviet Power, who
prevented the works of Old Masters from being smuggled out of
the country.
Three Sisters
1964, ordinary, b/w, 3297 m, 120 min.
Script by Samson Samsonov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Vassily Dekhterev
Art Design by Sergey Voronkov
Ippolit Novoderezhkin
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Sokolova, Margarita Volodina, Tatiana
Malchenko, Leonid Gubanov, Alla Larionova, Lev
Ivanov, Leonid Gallis
A screen version of A.P. Chekhov's work of the same name.
Hockey Players
1964, ordinary, colour, 2732 m, 100 min.
Script by Yury Trifonov
Directed by Rafail Goldin
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Leonid Afanasiyev
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Shalevich, Elza Lezhdey, Gennady Yukhtin,
Nikolay Rybnikov, Georgy Zhzhenov, Mikhail Gluzsky,
Vladimir Ivanov
Based on Yu. Trifonov's story. About the captain of a hockey
team whose name is Duganov - a famous sportsman and an
outstanding person.
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Fantasy
1964, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 1828 m, 67 min.
Script by Dmitry Ivanov
Vladimir Trifonov
Directed by Eduard Abalov
Camera by Vladimir Meybom
Alexander Panasyuk
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
Felix Boguslavsky
S t a r r i n g
Yury Belov, Natalia Fateyeva, Afanasy Belov, Georgy
Vitsin, Artur Eizen, Monika Vail, Nikolay Slichenko
Concert-review with the participation of young gifted artists.
I am a "Birch Tree"
1964, ordinary, b/w, 1844 m, 67 min.
Script by Leonid Zabitsky
Directed by Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Fateyeva, Vladimir Ivashov, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Felix Yavorsky, vadim Zakharchenko, Ivan Zhevago,
Konstantin Bartashevich
After Boris Polevoy's story "We are Soviet People". About a
scout-girl, her dangerous work in the enemy's rear during the
Second World War.
I Am Cuba
1964, ordinary, b/w, 3906 m, 143 min, co-production.:
"IKAIK" (Cuba)
Script by Eugeny Evtushenko
Enrike Barnet
Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Karlos Farinias
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Serjio Corrieri, Salvador Wood, Jose Galiardo, Raul
Garsia
A film-poem about the beginning and birth of Cuban revolution.
1965
War and Peace
1st series "Andrey Bolkonsky"
2nd series "Natasha Rostova"
1965 (rest. 1988), w/f, colour, 6975 m, 255 min.
Script by Sergey Bondarchuk
Vassily Soloviev
Directed by Sergey Bondarchuk
Camera by Anatoly Petritsky
Alexander Shelenkov
Yu-lan Chen
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
Semyon Valyushok
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Saveliyeva, Sergey Bondarchuk, Vyacheslav
Tikhonov, Victor Stanitsin, Kira Golovko, Oleg Tabakov,
Kolya Kodin, Seryozha Ermilov, Irina Gubanova,
Anatoly Ktorov, Antonina Shuranova, Anastasia
Vertinskaya, Boris Smirnov, Irina Skobtseva, Vassily
Lanovoy
A screen version of Leo Tolstoi's novel of the same name. In the
first two parts a wide panorama of life in Russia from 1805 till
1809 is shown. On this background images of Andrey Bolkonsky
and Natasha Rostova are described.
Past Midnight
1965, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 2225 m, 81 min.
Script by Lev Lukianov
Directed by Yury Saakov
Camera by Vladimir Fastenko
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Muslim Magomayev, tatiana Shmyga, Maya
Kristallinskaya, Julia Pashkovskaya, Iosif Kobzon, Pavel
rudakov, Larissa Mondrus, Arcady Raikin, Eddy Rozner,
Leonid Engibarov, Eduard Khil, Yury Nikulin, Georgy
Vitsin, Eugeny Morgunov
New Year TV musical review with participation of popular
artists.
Time, Forward march!
1965, w/s, b/w, 4325 m, 158 min.
Script by Valentin Katayev
Mikhail Shveitser
Directed by Mikhail Shveitser
Sophia Milkina
Camera by Naum Ardashnikov
Yury Gantman
Music by Georgy Sviridov
Art Design by Abram Freidin
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S t a r r i n g
Inna Gulaya, Tamara Semina, sergey Yursky, Leonid
Kuravlev, Alexander Yanvarev, Nikolay Fedortsov,
Vladimir Kashpur
A screen version of Valentin Kataev's novel-chronicle of the
same name about builders of one of the first Soviet industrial
cities of the 30s.
Life Time in a Year
1965, w/s, colour, 2833 m, 103 min.
Script by Galina Serebryakova
Grigory Roshal
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Alexander Simonov
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art Design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Igor Kvasha, Andrey Mironov, Rufina Nifontova, Alexey
Alexeyev, Vassily Livanov, Vassily Soloviev, Svetlana
Kharitonova, Lev Zolotukhin
About early years of the revoltionary activities of Karl Marx and
Frederik Engels.
Complaints Book, Please
1965, ordinary, colour, 2472 m, 90 min.
Script by Alexander Galich
Boris Laskin
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art Design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Borisov, Larissa Golubkina, Anatoly Kuznetsov,
Anatoly Papanov, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Nikolay Parfenov,
Tatiana Gavrilova
A satiric comedy about a young and enterprising woman, who
makes a cosy cafe out of a notorious restaurant with the help of
her friends.
Twenty Years After
1965, w/s, b/w, 2233 m, 82 min.
Script by Mikhail Svetlov
Aida Manasarova
Directed by Aida Manasarova
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Aida Manasarova
Art Design by Alexey Lebedev
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Kulikov, Zhanna Prokhorenko, Lyudmila
Gnilova, A. Nosikova, Anatoly Shalyapin, Lev Vainstain,
Yury Epstain
After M. Svetlov's play of the same name. Lads and lasses in the
atmosphere of revolutionary enthusiasm defended gains of Soviet
Republic in 1919.
26 Baku Commissars
1965, w/s, b/w, 3973 m, 145 min.
Script by Isa Guseynov
Adzhar Ibragimov
Mark Maximov
Directed by Adzhar Ibragimov
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Music by Arif Melikov
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir samoylov, Melik Dadashev, Tengiz Archvadze,
Gennady Boitsov, Semyon Sokolovsky, Guzh manukyan,
Valerian Vinogradov
Historical-revolutionary film about heroic struggle of 26 people's
commissars for Soviet Power in Baku and their tragic death.
Children of Don Quixote
1965, ordinary, colour, 2127m, 78 min.
Script by Nina Fomina
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Papanov, Vera Orlova, Natalia Fateyeva,
Vladimir korenev, Nikolay Parfenov, Natalia Sedykh,
Natalia Zorina, Lev Prygunov
A lyrical story about life of family of doctor Bondarenko's, who
was called Don Quixote for his kindness and self-forgetfulness.
His sons, having been brought up in accordance with high moral
principles turn out to be as good as their father.
Way to the Sea
1965, ordinary, colour, 2075 m, 76 min.
Script by Iosif Olshansky
Directed by Irina Poplavskaya
Camera by Victor Sheynin
Music by Boris Chaikovsky
Art Design by Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
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Maria Barabanova, Lyudmila Krylova, Oleg Tabakov,
Boris Tokarev, Igor Pushkarev, Georgy Vitsin, Savely
Kramarov
Based on story "Meeting with Miracle" by I. Lavrov. A lyrical
comedy, whose main characters, twin sisters, decided to enter
nautical college and become a seagoing navigators at all costs.
Gone Astray
1965, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 2156 m, 79 min.
Script by Yury Petukhov
Directed by Semyuon Tumanov
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Lidia Smirnova, Klara Luchko,
Larissa Barabanova, Ivan Zhevago, Klavdia
Khabarovan, Anatoly Shalyapin
Based on the story "Nests" by Yu. Petukhov. The plot of the film
is a dramatic fate of collective farmer Pelageya and her husband
Evsey, who left his family and went to the town to earn money,
but who gradually perceived his mistake and returned home.
Trap
1965, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 1705 m, 62 min.
Script by Vladimir Nemolyayev
Directed by Victor Zhilin
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Yury Saulsky
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Otar Koberidze, Zhanna Bolotova, L. Menshova, Dmitry
Masanov, Felix Yavorsky
After T. Draizer's stories. About dramatic fate of a progressive
journalist in America, whose professional honour fully depends
on a group of political gangsters.
Open the Door When the Bell Rings!
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2131 m, 78 min.
Script by Alexander Volodin
Directed by Alexander Mitta
Camera by Alexander Panasyuk
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Peter Kiselev
S t a r r i n g
Elena Proklova, Rolan Bykov, Vladimir Belokurov,
Sergey Nikonenko, Olya Semyonova, Victor Kosykh
12-year-old Tanya Nechayeva, who decided to become a
"pathfinder" and find the people spearheaded the pioneer
movement. The impressions taken from these meetings are saved
ih her soul. She gradually grows up and says goodbye to her
childhood.
How Should I Call You Now?
1965, w/s, b/w, 2810 m, 103 min.
Script by Yury Lukin
Mikhail Prudnikov
Vladimir Chebotarev
Directed by Vladimir Chebotarev
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Azo, Vladislav Strzhelchik, Mikhail Gluzsky,
Efim Kopelyan, Gennady Voropayev, Larissa Golubkina,
Lev Polyakov
About the victory of Soviet chekist, who concealed himself under
the mask of a Belgian cook, in the fight with clever and cunning
fascist intelligence officer during occupation of Povolzhsk.
Lebedev Against Lebedev
1965, w/s, b/w, 2559 m, 93 min.
Script by Felix Mironer
Directed by Genrikh Gabai
Camera by Valery Vladimirov
Music by Edison Denisov
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Retsepter, Alexey Eibozhenko, Natalia Zorina,
Mikhail Derzhavin, Leonid Satanovsky, Leonid
Bronevoy, Georgy Slabinyak
A modest, naive and hesitating character dreams of being strong,
brave and honest. Two Lebedevs are difficult to live in one body,
they bacome antagonists, but in the end Lebedev, who is in
possession of better qualities, gains the victory.
Lenin in Poland
1965, w/s, b/w, 2636 m, 96 min., co-production.: "STUDIO"
(Poland)
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Sergey Yutkevich
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Yan Lyaskovsky
Music by Adam Valyachinsky
Art Design by Yan Grandys
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Maxim Shtraukh, Anna Lisyanskaya, Antonina
Pavlycheva, Edmund Fetting, Ilona Kusmerska,
Kshishtov Kalchinsky
About V.I. Lenin's stay in a small Polish place named Poronino
in August 1914.
Lenin in Switzerland
1965, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 2740 m, 100 min.
Script by Grigory Alexandrov
Konstantin Kuzakov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Dmitry Vassiliev
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Victor Maslennikov
Music by Igor Yakushenko
Art Design by Albert Rudachenko
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Elena Sitko, Edvin Knausmuller,
G. Sukharnikov
A feature documentary about V.I. Lenin's stay in emigration in
Switzerland.
In Tomorrow Street
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2778 m, 102 min.
Script by Ivan Kupriyanov
Directed by Fedor Filippov
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Kulikov, Vladimir Samoylov, Nikolay Barabanov,
Lyusiyena Ovchinnikova, Nikolay Abrashin, Vladimir
Vysotsky
A party leader Bolshakov fights against a power loving head of
hydro electric power station Platonov to make the working
conditions of the workers better and he wins the battle.
Our Home
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2714 m, 99 min.
Script by Eugeny Grigoriev
Directed by Vassily Pronin
Camera by Era savelieva
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Livan Shengelia
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Papanov, Nina Sazonova, Ivan Lapikov, Vadim
Beroyev, Alexey Loktev, Gennady Bortnikov, Sasha Sesin
About workdays in an ordinary Moscow family, personal
relationships, leaving of sons for big independent life.
The New Year Calendar
1965, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 3228 m, 118 min.
Script by Victor Cherkasov
Maya Soymonova
Directed by Fakhri Mustafayev
Camera by Antonina Egina
Victor Dombrovsky
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Matveyev, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Vassily
Merkuriyev, Mikhail Ulyanov, Tamara Milashkina,
Sergey Zakariadze, Nikolay Slichenko, Lyudmila
Khityayeva, Nikolay Mordvinov, Kirill Lavrov, Arcady
Raikin
The NewYear television musical review with participation of
popular theater, variety, circus artists.
Ordinary Fascism
1965, (rest. 1988), ordinary, b/w, 3770 m, 138 min.
Script by Mikhail Romm
Maya Turovskaya
Yury Khanyutin
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by German Lavrov
Music by Alemdar Karamanov
A feature documentary, showing canniballic essence of fascism,
the basis, it was based on.
They Wouldn't Get Through
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2259 m, 82 min.
Script by Alexander Rekemchuk
Directed by Zigfrid Kyun
Camera by Vladimir Minayev
Music by Moissey Vainberg
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Jurgen Frorip, Lidia Shpara, Sergey Stolyarov, Inna
Makarova, Eugeny Gerasimov, Vladimir Glazkov, Lida
Volkova, Elya Romanova
Austrian antifascist Huns, who was in emigration due to his
political views, found his second home in the Soviet Union. He
found his big love and made a family here. But nevertheless
Vienna attracts him and he goes to Austria to fight with fascists.
Operation "Laughter"
1965, ordinary, colour, 2624 m, 96 min.
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1st novella "Partner"
2nd novella "Obsession"
3rd novella "Operation Y"
Script by Yakov Kostyukovsky
Moris Slobodskoy
Leonid Gaidai
Directed by Leonid Gaidai
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Artur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Demianenko, Alexey Smirnov, Mikhail
Pugovkin, Vladimir Basov, Natalia Selezneva, Zoya
Fedorova, Victor Pavlov, Yury Nikulin, Eugeny
Morgunov, Georgy Vitsin
Eccentric comedies, whose main character, student Shurik,
either reforms an idler on the construction site, or
frantically prepares for exam with his friend without
noticing the friend is a girl, or without any help catches
three burglars, who decided to rob a warehouse.
From Seven Till Twelve
1965, ordinary, colour, 2069 m, 76 min.
Script by Yury Sotnik
Agnia Barto
Rozalia Amusina
Directed by Khasan Bakayev
Ekaterina Naroditskaya
Yury Fridman
Camera by Victor Tarusov
Eugeny Vassiliev
Music by Georgy Firtich
Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Victor Kharitonov
I. Lyagin
Peter Veremenko
S t a r r i n g
Stasik Lykhin, Tatiana Sapozhnikova, Slava Tyrlov,
german Kachin, Sasha Gurov, Misha Molokoedov, Igor
Agapkin, Zhenya Orlov, Yura Titov, Zoya Fedorova
Almanac of comedy films for children about solidarity within
small children's collective – pioneer group, about mercy in
connection with animals, about honesty and obligingness.
Package
1965, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 1956 m, 71 min.
Script by Eugeny Kotov
Directed by Vladimir nazarov
Camera by Vadim Yakovlev
Music by Alexey Muravlev
Art Design by Leonid Platov
Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Valery Zolotukhin, Boris Yurchenko, Pavel Shpringfeld,
Boris Novikov, Andrey Kuznetsov, Leonid Chubarov,
Alexey Bakhar, Ivan
Based on a story of the same name by L. Panteleyev. About a
heroic deed of a young Red Army soldier Peter Trofimov, who,
when accomplishing his task, delivers a package with a message
to the headquarters of Budenny's army.
The First Teacher
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2753 m, 100 min, co-production: f/s
"KIRGIZFILM"
Script by Chingiz Aitmatov
Boris Dobrodeyev
Andrey Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky
Directed by Andrey Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky
Camera by Georgy Rerberg
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Mikhail Romadin
S t a r r i n g
Bolotbek Beyshenaliyev, Natalia Arinbasarova, Darkul
Kuyukova, Idris Nogaybayev, M. Kyshtobayev, K.
Zharkimbayev
Based on the story of the same name by Ch. Aitmatov. The plot
of the film is Kirghiz teacher Dyuishen, who brought the light
of knowledge to his people, about his love to girl named Altynai.
Adventure of a Dentist
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2236 m, 82 min.
Script by Alexander Volodin
Directed by Elem Klimov
Camera by Samuil Rubashkin
Music by Alphred Shnitke
Art Design by Boris Blank
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Myagkov, Vera Vassilieva, Alisa Freyndlikh,
Panteleymon Krymov, Andrey Petrov, Olga Gobzeva,
Igor Kvasha
A comedy about a young dantist, who becomes well-known
in his town and who suddenly loses faith in himself.
The Light of a Distant Star
1965, w/s, b/w, 3943 m, 144 min.
Script by Ivan Pyrev
Directed by Ivan Pyrev
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Lionella Skirda, Nikolay Alexeyev, Alexey Batalov,
Andrey Abrikosov, Olga Viklandt, Alla Konstantinova
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A screen version of A. Chakovsky's story. Young characters got
acquainted before war. Then a message about death of a girl was
received. In several years after the end of the war the main
character saw a picture of hers in one of the magazines and began
searching his beloved.
Through Icy Mist
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2226 m, 81 min.
Script by Dmitry Vassiliu
Directed by Arcady Koltsaty
Lev Rudnik
Camera by Arcady Koltsaty
Music by Natan Rokhlin
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Kayurov, Lilia Okhotnikova, Afanasy Kochetkov,
Nikolay Smorchkov
About the years of "close emigration" (years of 1906-1907) of
V.I. Lenin, when he lived in Finland in conspiratorial quarters.
Conscience
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2333 m, 85 min.
Script by Budimir Metalnikov
Directed by Sergey Alexeyev
Camera by Yury Zubov
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art Design by Artur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Kuznetsov, Svyatoslav Astafiev, Nikifor Kolfidin,
Alla Larionova, Tamara Semina, Vsevolod Safonov,
Mikhail Gluzsky
Based on the novel of the same name by D. Pavlova. About
people of a scientific research institute; about complicated
relations of party leader with the director of the institute.
Sleeping Lion
1965, w/s, colour, 2056 m, 75 min.
Script by Klimenty Mints
Directed by Alexander Faintsimmer
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Konstantin Sorokin, Sergey Martinson, Natalia
Kustinskaya, Yury Belov, Sergey Filippov, Tamara
Nosova, Mikhail Pugovkin
A comedy. The manager of a bank department of a small
provincial town is a bureaucrat and an illiterate. The
personnel of the bank, including shy cashier Tsvetkov, rebel
against him. Gradually courage and vigour overruled him
and the cashier wins the battle with the enemy.
Building a Bridge
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2922 m, 107 min.
Script by Naum Melnikov
Oleg Efremov
Directed by Oleg Efremov
Gavriil Egiazarov
Camera by Gavriil Egiazarov
Art Design by David Vinnitsky
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Efremov, Igor Vassiliev, Galina Volchek, Lyudmila
Gurchenko, Lyudmila Krylova, Tatiana Lavrova, Oleg
Tabakov
About difficult, but interesting fates of builders, participating in a
big construction project, not only about construction of a bridge
across a wide and strong river, but about construction of bridges
between hearts of people.
The Cook
1965, ordinary, colour, 1937 m, 71 min.
Script by Anatoly Sofronov
Directed by Edmond Keosayan
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Boris Mokrousov
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Svetlana Svetlichnaya, Lyudmila Khityayeva, Inna
Churikova, Konstantin Sorokin, Georgy Yumatov, Ivan
savkin, Lyudmila Marchenko, Vladimir Vysotsky
Based on the comedy of the same name by A. Sofronov about
workdays of people of a Kuban collective farm, search of
personal happiness.
The Taiga Task Force
1965, w/s, colour, 2574 m, 94 min.
Script by Victor Orlov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Valery Uskov
Directed by Valery Uskov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Camera by Peter Emelianov
Music by Leonid Afanasiev
Art Design by Vassily Golikov
Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Val. Filippov, Vladimir Salnikov, Valentina Telichkina,
Vladimir Gulyayev, Erik Vaisberg, Yury Gorobets,
Nikolay Erofeyev
Based on the novel "Salt Watermelon" by V. Orlov. About young
builders of the Taiga road Abakan-Taishet, about their life and
work.
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Three Seasons
1965, w/s, b/w, 2506 m, 91 min.
Script by Yury Polukhin
Leon Saakov
Nikolay Figurovsky
Directed by Leon Saakov
Camera by Nikolay Vasilkov
Music by Oscar Feltsman
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Semyonov, Vladimir Samoylov, Elza Lezhdei,
Sergey Plotnikov, Daniil neterbin, Ksenia Minina,
Valentin Grachev
A brigade of young workers, overcoming all troubles of the harsh
land, break through the Taiga woods to the hill, which should be
blown up to cut the shortest way to the mine, plant and future
town.
Thirty Three
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2109 m, 77 min.
Script by Valentin Ezhov
Victor Konetsky
Georgy Danelia
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Camera by Sergey Vronsky
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Leonov, Nonna Mordyukova, Inna Churikova,
Lyubov Sokolova, Victor Avdyushko, Gennady Yalovich,
Nikolay Parfenov, Vyacheclav Nevinny, Vladimir Basov,
Frunze Mkrtchyan, Kolya Danelia
A satiric comedy about making a splash in connection with
technologist Travkin, who was said to have 33 teeth and he was
made a national hero. But when he had his tooth pulled out the
main character did not interest anyone.
Black Business
1965, ordinary, b/w, 2792 m, 102 min.
Script by Nikolay Zhukov
Vassily Zhuravlev
Directed by Vassily Zhuravlev
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Music by Edison Denisov
Art Design by Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Pereverzev, Gennady Yudin, Yury Sarantsev,
Stanislav Mikhin, Margarita Volodina, Arcady Tolbuzin,
Muza Krepkogorskaya
An experienced intelligence agent, who came to our country as a
tourist organizes criminal connections on the territory of the
USSR. The KGB people perform operation aimed at disclosure
of the spy.
The Clean Ponds
1965, w/s, b/w, 2207 m, 81 min.
Script by Bella Akhmadulina
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zbruyev, Eugenia Filonova, Lyudmila
Gladunko, Tamara Syomina, Svetlana Sbetlichnaya,
Volodya Evstafiev, Nina Agapova
Based on the stories by Yu. Nagibin. A romantic film-poem
about young people, who went up to the line durind WW II,
about their fates both during the war and after it.
1966
Doctor Ouch 66
1966, w/s, colour, 3421 m, 100 min.
Script by Vadim Korostylev
Rolan Bykov
Directed by Rolan Bykov
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Boris Chaikovsky
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Efremov, Lidia Knyazeva, Eugeny Vassiliev, Rolan
Bykov, Andrey Smirnov, Frunze Mkrtchyan, Ilya
Rutberg, Ruslan Akhmetov
An eccentric musical comedy, facetious and inventive, with the
elements of circus and pantomime, about a kind doctor Ouch,
monkey Chichi and dog Avva and aboud evil, but at the same
time abject bandit Barmalei and his not a bit frightful assistants.
Andrey Rublev
1966, w/s, b/w, 5179 m, 189 min.
Script by Andrey Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky
Andrey Tarkovsky
Directed by Andrey Tarkovsky
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyaev
Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Solonitsin, Nikolay Burlyaev, Yury Nazarov,
Rolan Bykov, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolay Grinko, Yury
Nikulin, I. Raush
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The film contains a wide panorama of Russia at the end of the
XIV century and the beginning of the XV century – the time,
when artist Andrey Rublev, a Russian genius, lived and created
his masterpieces.
Watch Out For Automobile
1966, ordinary, b/w, 2567 m, 94 min.
Script by Emil Braginsky
Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
Lev Semyonov
S t a r r i n g
Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Oleg Efremov, Eugeny
Evstigneev, Andrey Mironov, Olga Aroseva, Anatoly
Papanov, Georgy Zhzhenov
A comedy. Insurance agent Yury Detochkin – an honest and
naive person – impelled by a feeling of justice, steals cars from
bribers, sells them and transfers the money to orphanages.
War and Peace
3rd series “1812”
1966 (rest. in 1988), w/f, colour, 2854 m, 104 min.
Script by Sergey Bondarchuk
Vassily Solovyov
Directed by Sergey Bondarchuk
Camera by Anatoly Petritsky
Alexander Shelenkov
Chen YU-Lan
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Semyon Valyushok
Said Menyalshchikov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Saveleva, Sergey Bondarchuk, Vyacheslav
Tikhonov, Victor Stanitsyn, Boris Zakhava, Kira
Golovko, Seryozha Ermilov, Irina Gubanova, Anatoly
Ktorov, Antonina Shuranova, Anastasia Vertinskaya,
Boris Smirnov, Irina Skobtseva, Vassily Lanovoy, Oleg
Russian border crossing by Napoleon, Pyer and Natasha’s
meeting, Kutuzov’s visit to the Army are the contents of this part,
but the Battle of Borodino is the main scene of the canned drama.
Shot
1966, ordinary, colour, 2123 m, 77 min.
Script by Nikolay Kovarsky
Directed by Naum Trakhtenberg
Camera by Semyon Sheynin
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Kozakov, Yury Yakovlev, Oleg Tabakov,
Ariadna Shengelaya, Valery Babyatinsky, Vladlen
Davydov, Boris Novikov, Lev Polyakov
A screen version of one of “Belkin’s novels” by A. S. Pushkin.
Silvio, who fights a duel against the count, was put in a fume by
his indifference to the fact of a possible death during the duel and
left a shot. He waited and came to pay back, when the count
knew happiness of the marriage life.
Summer Residents
1966, ordinary, b/w, 2841 m, 104 min.
Script by Boris Babochkin
Directed by Boris Babochkin
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Annenkov, Rufina Nifontova, Genrietta Egorova,
Eugeny Anufriev, Boris Babochkin, Nikita Podgorny,
Elina Bystritskaya
A screen version of A. Gorky’s play of the same name. About
Russian intelligence life on the eve of 1905.
Girl on a Ball
1966, w/s, colour, 1740 m, 64 min.
Script by Victor Dragunsky
Directed by Levan Shengeliya
Gleb Komarovsky
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Murad Kazhlaev
Art Design by Levan Shengeliya
Sovet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Irakly Tsirgiladze, Olya Ryabtseva, Misha Kislyarov,
Yury Yakovlev, Alla Budnitskaya, Galina Kravchenko,
A. Strogonova, Irina Murzaeva
For the first time Denis Korablev, a 8-year-old boy, visited the
circus and was dazed by seeing a girl on a ball. It seems to him
that he can repeat the tricks, he saw. Only after a large number of
unsuccessful attempts he realized that good results were followed
dogged work.
Wild Honey
1966, w/s, b/w, 2684 m, 98 min.
Script by Leonid Pervomaysky
Directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov
Camera by Alfredo Alvares
Yury Gantman
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
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Alla Larionova, Vladimir Samoylov, Vladimir
Emelyanov, Gurgen Tonunts, Valentin Zubkov, Stanislav
Chekan, Lev Ivanov, Vsevolod Safonov
On the grounds of L. Pervomaysky’s novel of the same name. In
the center – military correspondent Varvara Knyazhich’s life, her
exploit, hard destiny and love.
Daylight Stars
1966, w/s, colour, 2568 m, 94 min.
Script by Igor Talankin
Olga Berggolts
Directed by Igor Talankin
Camera by Margarita Pilikhina
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Nikolay Usachev
Alexander Makarov
S t a r r i n g
Alla Demidova, Konstantin Baranov, Andrey Popov,
Tatiana Lennikova, Alla Malysheva, Lena Borisova,
Ivan Ufimtsev
Based on Olga Bergolts’s book of the same name. About Soviet
poetess’s life, whose writing peaked in the severe time of
Leningrad blockade.
Sweetheart
1966, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 2160 m, 79 min.
Script by Sergey Kolosov
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Vadim Yakovlev
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Kasatkina, Rolan Bykov, Roman Tkachuk, M.
Konstantinov, Valentin Nikulin,
Valentina Berezutskaya
Based on A. P. Chekhov’s story of the same name about a
woman, who each time when marrying dissolves in her new
husband, implicitly accepting his opinion, hobbies and point of
view…
The Uncle’s Dream
1966, w/s, colour, 2353 m, 86 min.
Script by Konstantin Voinov
Lidia Vilvovskaya
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Georgy Kupriyanov
Music by Roman Ledenyov
Art Design by Boris Blank
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Martinson, Lidia Smirnova, Zhanna
Prokhorenko, Nikolay Rybnikov, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Lyudmila Shagalova, Alla Larionova
Based on F. M. Dostoevsky’s story about meanness and
generousness, state peacockery of some people and soul’s purity
of the others.
Asia Klyachina’s Love Story
1966 (rest. in 1987), ordinary, b/w, 2712.4 m, 99 min.
Script by Yury Klepikov
Andrey Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky
Directed by Andrey Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky
Camera by Georgy Rerberg
Art Design by Mikhail Romadin
S t a r r i n g
Iya Savina, Lyubov Sokolova, Alexander Surin, Gennady
Egorychev, Ivan Petrov
About a beneficial force of love. Asia loves good-for-nothing
Semyon and decides to give birth to a child, regardless the fact
that the fellow doesn’t think to merry her.
July Rain
1966, ordinary, b/w, 2995 m, 109 min.
Script by Anatoly Grebnev
Marlen Khutsiev
Directed by Marlen Khutsiev
Camera by German Lavrov
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Eugenia Uralova, Alexander Belyavsky, Yury Vizbor,
Eugenia Kozyreva, Alexander Mitta,
I. Bylinkin, Yury Ilchuk
Lena and Volodya are going to merry, but the girl in time finds
out that her fianc? is a base and ignoble man. Leaving him the
girl meets Zhenya in the rain, which washes all unnecessaries
from her former life.
The Caucasian Prisoner
1966, ordinary, colour, 2238 m, 82 min.
Script by Yakov Kostyukovsky
Moris Slobodskoy
Leonid Gayday
Directed by Leonid Gayday
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Demyanenko, Ruslan Akhmetov,
Yury Nikulin, Georgy Vitsin, Eugeny Morgunov,
Natalia Varley, Vladimir Etush, Frunze
Mkrtchyan
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An eccentric comedy. Student Shurik goes for practice to
Caucasus and meets local chief Saakhov full of guile, who with
an assistance of famous crooks Trus, Balbes and Byvaly abducts
beautiful Nina.
Stone Visitor
1966, ordinary, colour, 2405 m, 88 min.
Script by Vladimir Gorikker
Andrey Donatov
Directed by Vladimir Gorikker
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by A. Dargomyzhsky
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Atlantov, Irina Pechernikova,
Tamara Milashkina, Eugeny Lebedev,
Alexander Vedernikov, Georgy Shevtsov,
Maxim Kiselyov
A movie-opera based on A.S. Pushkin’s and A.S.
Dargomyzhsky’s fictions.
Royal Regatta
1966, w/f, colour, 2497 m, 91 min.
Script by Boris Vasilev
Semyon Listov
Kirill Rapoport
Directed by Yury Chulyukin
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
German Shatrov
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Kustinskaya, Valentin Smirnitsky, Alexander
Gruzinsky, Alexander Khanov,
Georgy Kulikov, Vyacheslav Zakharov
A sport comedy. Central figures – rowers, students, members of
the institute team, which came to the international competition of
the Large Royal Regatta. They didn’t won a prize, but gained
their friendship and belief in better human qualities.
Red, Blue, Green
1966, ordinary, TV film, colour, 1703 m, 62 min.
Script by Dmitry Ivanov
Vladimir Trifonov
Directed by Mikhail Grigorev
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Mikhail Presnyakov
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Leonid Pertsev
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Reshetnikova, Georgy Vitsin, Alexey Smirnov,
Savely Kramarov
A musical-movie-review – first one for the color television.
The Wings
1966, ordinary, b/w, 2356 m, 86 min.
Script by Valentin Ezhov
Natalia Ryazantseva
Directed by Larissa Shepitko
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Roman Ledenyov
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Maya Bulgakova, Zhanna Bolotova, Panteley Krymov,
Leonid Dyachkov, Sergey Nikonenko, Vladimir Gorelov,
Yury Medvedev
About two days of not young woman Nadezhda Petrukhina’s life,
who was a pilot, at the moment when the daughter suddenly left
her and an aggrieved boy ran off the college, where she was a
director. These events force the heroine to reconsider her life.
Moonlit Nights
1966, w/s, b/w, 1923 m, 70 min.
Script by Efraim Sevela
Directed by Yury Reshetnikov
Camera by Vladimir Zakharchuk
Mikhail Koroptsov
Music by Roman Ledenyov
Art Design by Peter Veremenko
Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Vadim Grachyov, Lyubov Korneva, Tatiana
Konyukhova, Peter Lyubeshkin, Vladimir
Malyshev, Nikolay Sergeev, Nikolay Smirnov
Young fellow Sasha has to pass off a hard way from coldbloodedness
and inaction to the fight with evil, stagnancy,
criminal attitude towards the national wealth.
Passing Trains
1966, w/s, b/w, 2676 m, 98 min.
Script by Lyubov Kabo
Alexander Khmelik
Directed by Valery Kremnev
Eduard Gavrilov
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Lev Krugly, Maria Sternikova, Ella Nekrasova,
Inna Vykhodtseva, Roman Khomyatov, Sergey Yakovlev,
Arkady Trusov, Ekaterina Mazurova
A young teacher of literature comes to a provincial boarding
school. Her immediacy in interloping the school’s life,
causes the director and the administrative arm chief’s
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resistance. As a result the teacher leaves the school and her
pupils cry out – the administration lose the fight.
On the Eve
1966, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 1846.4 m., 67 min.
Script by Konstantin Kuzakov
Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Dmitry Vasilyov
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Victor Maslennikov
Music by Igor Yakushenko
Art Design by Albert Rudachenko
A semidocumentary about the last years of V. I. Lenin’s
emigration before the revolution from 1914 to 1917.
No and Yes
1966, w/f, stereoscopic, colour, 2530 m, 74 min.
Script by Eugeny Pomeshchikov
Directed by Arkady Koltsaty
Camera by Konstantin Novikov
Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Konstantin Khodataev
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Gurchenko, Vsevolod Abdulov, Vladimir
Gulyaev, Konstantin Sorokin, Eugeny Zharikov, Igor
Yasulovich, Larissa Luzhina
About a tragicomic love story of Lenya Pankin and Lyusya
Korableva, who came to Moscow to enter the physical training
institute.
Elusive Avengers
1966, w/s, colour, 2137 m, 78 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Edmond Keosayan
Directed by Edmond Keosayan
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Boris Mokrousov
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
Vassily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Vasya Vasilev, Vitya Kosykh, Misha Metyolkin, Valya
Kurdyukova, Efim Kopelyan, Vladimir Treshchalov, Lev
Sverdlin, Vladimir Belokurov, Boris Sichkin, Savely
Kramarov, Inna Churikova
An adventure film about participation of audacious, brave and
courage boys in the Civil War.
Along Thin Ice
1966, sound, b/w, 4791 m, 175 min.
Script by Ivan Bakurinsky
Yulian Semyonov
Directed by Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art Design by Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Victor Korshunov, Alexey Eybozhenko, Felix Yavorsky,
Izolda Izvitskaya, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Mikhail Gluzsky,
Alexander Shvorin
Made after G. Bryantsev’s story of the same name about struggle
of the State Security agents during the pre-war period and in the
German rear during the Patriotic War.
The Travel
Novella I “Father, Fold!”
Novella II “The Breakfasts of 1943”
Novella III “Halfway to the Moon”
1966, ordinary, b/w, 2794 m, 102 min.
Script by Vassily Aksyonov
Directed by Inessa Selezneva
Inessa Tumanyan
Dzhemma Firsova
Camera by Eugeny Vasilev
Arkady Koltsaty
Alexander Dubinsky
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Yury Terebilov
Felix Boguslavsky
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Retsepter, Svetlana Skoraya, Alexey
Eybozhenko, Anatoly Azo, Elena Bratslavskaya
The main characters of all three novellas are shown at the time,
when they seriously think about their lives, analyse their pasts,
strive to answer the question, how to live.
The Tale of Tzar Saltan
1966, w/s, colour, 2366 m, 86 min.
Script by Alexander Ptushko
with the participation of
Igor Geleyn
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Gavriil Popov
Art Design by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Konstantin Khodataev
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S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Andreev, Larissa Golubkina, Oleg Vidov,
Kseniya Ryabinkina, Sergey Martinson, Olga Viklandt,
Vera Ivleva, Nina Belyaeva
Made after A. S. Pushkin’s tale. About courage, soul beauty,
nobleness and forgiveness of a Russian man.
Russian Forest Tales
1966, ordinary, b/w, 3676 m, 134 min.
Script by Yury Saakov
Nina Fomina
Directed by Yury Saakov
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Art Design by Felix Boguslavsky
S t a r r i n g
E. Andreeva, Oleg Anofriev, Mark Bernes, V. Karzakov,
V. Lavrov, Eugeny Leonov, Polad
Byul-Byul-Ogly, Georgy Vitsin
A New Year TV music review with the participation of famous
artists of cinema, theatre and stage.

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