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The Mexican
1955, ordinary, colour, 2431 m, 89 min.
Script by Emil Braginsky
Directed by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Mikhail Chulaki
Art design by Konstantin Urbetis
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Strizhenov, Boris Andreev, Daniil Sagal, Mark
Pertsovsky, Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Vladimir Dorofeev,
Tatiana Samoylova, Mikhail Astangov, Georgy Vitsin,
Eugeny Morgunov
Based on the story of the same name by Jack London. The year
of 1910. The Mexican patriots prepare the revolt against Diaso's
dictatorship. They need money to purchase weapons. Felipe
Rivera volunteers to get the money by winning the ring-match
with Denny Word. He withstands a hard fight and wins.
A Busy Place
1955, ordinary, b/w, 2771 m, 101 min.
Directed by Elena Skachko
Olga Viklandt
Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Victor Dombrovsky
Music by Sergey Pototsky
Art design by Alexey Vassilev
Vladimir Kamsky
Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Nazvanov, Boris Terentev, Olga Viklandt,
Marianna Kuznetsova, S. Tikhonravov, Peter Berezov, V.
Mashkov, Boris Belov
A photo-film based on a play by A. Ostrovsky staged by the
Moscow Pushkin Theatre. Bessudny, an innkeeper, and Eugenia,
his wife, are snotty and avaricious people. Annushka, his
nephew, a modest and good young girl, loves Milovidov, a
landlord. Traduced by envious Eugenia the girl attempts to
commit a suicide. But her beloved saves and takes her to his
place in order to marry her.
Othello
1955, ordinary, colour, 2996 m, 109 min.
Script by Sergey Yutkevich
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Arnold Vaysfeld
Valery Darrer
Mikhail Karyakin
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Andrey Popov, Irina Skobtseva,
Vladimir Soshalsky, Eugeny Vesnik, Antonina
Maximova, Eugeny Teterin, Mikhail Troyanovsky
Screen version of the tragedy by Shakespeare. Dezdemona, a
daughter of Venice merchant, engages in secrecy with Othello, a
Venice Republic general. Yago hates Othello implicitly and
intends to brake his happiness and convinces the general of his
wife's infidelity. Mad with jealousy, Othello strangles
Dezdemona. And then, on realizing that he was outsmarted, he
stabs himself with a dagger.
The First Echelon
1955, ordinary, colour, 3112 m, 114 min.
Script by Nikolay Pogodin
Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Yury Ekelchik
Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Sanaev, Sergey Romodanov, Nikolay Annenkov,
Oleg Efremov, Izolda Izvitskaya, Eduard Bredun, Alexey
Kozhevnikov, Nina Doronina, Elza Lezhdey, Alexander
Kirillov, Vera Kuznetsova, Vyacheslav Voronin
A group of young enthusiasts arrives at one of Kazakhstan steppe
districts to break virgin soil. They have to survive in severe
frosts, overcome the spring mudflows, and live in untoward
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conditions. But finally they form an advanced collective farm and
settle their private lives.
The Hopper
1955, ordinary, colour, 2495 m, 91 min.
Script by Samson Samsonov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Vladimir Monakhov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Leonid Chibisov
Yury Volchanetsky
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Vladimir
Druzhnikov, Eugeny Teterin, Anatoly Alexin, Alexander
Bobrovsky, Vassily Bokarev, Grigory Georgiu, Mikhail
Gluzsky
Screen version of the story of the same name by Anton Chekhov.
A flibbertigibbet is married upon a gifted and modest doctor. She
can't appreciate her husband's inwardness, he is a poor company
for her and she has a short-term love affair with a young painter.
Meanwhile her husband, when curing a diseased, is infected with
diphtheria and dies. Only then did the "hopper" realize whom she
had lost.
Saltanat
1955, ordinary, colour, 2740 m, 100 min.
Script by Roza Budantseva
Directed by Vassily Pronin
Camera by Antonina Egina
Victor Masevich
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
Ippolit Novoderezhkin
S t a r r i n g
Baken Kydykeeva, Muratbek Ryskulov, Alty Karliev,
Nurmukhan Zhanturin, L. Kabegenov, Sydykbek
Dzhamanov, Sh. Tyumenbaev
The desert lands of Akzhar in Kirghizia suffer from murrain.
Saltanat, a zootechnician, and Dzhoomart, an agronomist, decide
to create the verdurous pastures. This idea is faced a large
number of opponents. The scientists confirm their idea and say
that the grass will grow green soon.
The Son
1955, ordinary, b/w, 2508 m, 92 min.
Script by Tatiana Sytina
Directed by Yury Ozerov
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Yury Levitin
Art design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Kharitonov, Peter Konstantinov, Varvara
Kargasheva, V. Geraskin, Vladimir Belokurov, Nadezhda
Rumyantseva, Konstantin Sorokin, Alexey Gribov, Rosa
Makagonova, Alexander Mikhailov, Pavel Vinnik
Andrey Goryaev, a nine-form schoolboy, is in jeopardy of
hooliganism. Due to the witness evidences he is free to go. After
the quarrel with his father he leaves home and roams around the
city till he accidentally finds himself in a construction…
The Mystery of Eternal Night
1955, ordinary, colour, 2192 m, 80 min.
Script by Igor Lukovsky
Directed by Dmitry Vassilev
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Music by Igor Morozov
Art design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Pereverzev, Konstantin Bartashevich, Mikhail
Astangov, Alexander Yachnitsky, Danuta Stolyarskaya,
Elena Izmaylova
An adventure film about life of scientists-oceanographers. The
underwater explosion at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean caused
the rapid grow of ocean vegetation. The scientist Denisov
supposes that this results under the exposure to radioactive
radiation caused by the explosion. At the bottom they found a
plant that has protection from radiation. They made a remedy for
radiation sickness of its stems, and cure Denisov who was
becoming blind.
The Lesson of Life
1955, ordinary, colour, 3075 m, 112 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Arkady Filippenko
Art design by Levan Shengeliya
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Kalinina, Ivan Pereverzov, Olga Aroseva,
Georgy Kulikov, Marina Yurieva, Victor Avdyushko,
Irina Aktasheva, Eugeny Vesnik, Alexander Mikhailov,
Nikolay Parfenov, Valentina Ananina
On falling in love with Sergey, Natasha gives up studies at
teacher's institute and accompanies him on his way to
construction. In a certain period of time she realizes that her
husband devotes his life to work. She parts from him, graduates
from the institute and works as a teacher. But Sergey is fired for
authoritarian ruling and Natasha realizes that she must be with
him at a pinch.
1956
Crazy Day
1956, ordinary, colour, 1846 m, 67 min.
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Script by Valentin Katayev
Directed by Andrey Tutyshkin
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Igor Ilynsky, Anastasia Georgievskaya, Serafima Birman,
Vladimir Volodin, Nina Doroshina, Sergey Martinson,
Irina Zarubina, Rostislav Plyatt, Tamara Loginova, Igor
Gorbachev, Olga Aroseva
Screen version of V. Kataev's comedy "Holiday". Zaytsev, a
modest serviceman who attempts vainly to get an appointment to
Miusov, a bureaucrat, to get his authorization for whiting supply
for painting the children beds in the kinder-garden where he work
as a steward. Zaytsev manages to get into the rest house where
the official spends the Saturdays. After a number of funny events
the steward gets the resolution and Miusov is put to shame.
The Immortal Garrison
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2672 m, 98 min.
Script by Konstantin Simonov
Directed by Zakhar Agranenko
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Makarov, Vladimir Emelyanov, Nikolay
Kryuchkov, Anatoly Chemodurov, Valentina Serova,
Lidia Sukharevskaya, Antonina Bogdanova, L.
Naryzhkina, Gennady Sayfulin, Nadya Fandikova
About the heroic defense of the Brest fortress during the period
from June 22 to July 20 in 1941. The defenders of that line were
run out of food, water, and ammunition. During the whole month
the fascists were talking the heroes to surrender, but the soldierspatriots
at their lives' cost preferred the fidelity to the oath to the
disgrace of betrayal.
The Spring at Zarechnaya Street
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2616,3 m, 95 min.
Script by Pheliks Mironer
Directed by Pheliks Mironer
Marlen Khutsiev
Camera by Radomir Vassilevsky
Peter Todorovsky
Music by Boris Mokrousov
Art design by V. Zaginaev
S t a r r i n g
Nina Ivanova, Nikolay Rybnikov, Vladimir Gulyaev,
Valentina Pugacheva, Gennady Yukhtin, Rimma
Shorokhova, Nikolay Klyuchnev, Marina Gavrilko, Yury
Belov, Valentin Bryleyev, Lyusya Maximova, Sasha
Moros
A teacher's institute graduate was sent the school of the working
youth of industrial dormitory. Her pupils are steelmakers, crane
attendants, and drivers. The steelmaker's pressing courtship
frightens the young woman and complicates her life. She refuses
him due to his attempt to affirm his love for her when being
drunk. In some time, having made sure that his love is true, the
girl is ready to answer his fillings.
Case No. 306
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2218 m, 81 min.
Script by Matvey Royzman
Directed by Anatoly Rybakov
Camera by Victor Dombrovsky
Alexander Zharinov
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
S t a r r i n g
Boris Bityukov, Mark Bernes, Tatiana Piletskaya,
Konstantin Nassonov, Ada Voytsik, Maxim Shtraukh,
Lyudmila Shagalova, Tatiana Tokarskaya, Eugeny
Vesnik
The criminal investigation bureau officers investigate the traffic
accident resulted in the death of a woman and a point duty
officer. Due to their adroitness, doggedness, and bravery they
manage not only to trace the driver that confused them but also to
expose the political background of what happened. This accident
turns out to be a calculated murder of a person who was able to
recognize the agent of one of the foreign intelligence agencies
that was thrown into our country.
A Long Road
1956, ordinary, colour, 2204 m, 80 min.
Script by Boris Brodsky
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Leonid Gayday
Valentin Nevzorov
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Yury Biryukov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Yakovlev, Kunna Ignatova, Leonid Gubanov,
Vladimir Belokurov, Nikifor Kolofidin, Alexander
Antonov, Ivan Ryzhov
Based on Siberian stories by V. Korolenko. Kruglikov, a railway
station master, was sent to a distant Siberian settlement many
years ego for shooting his chief, a general, that demanded that he
accompanied him on his way to Raya, the beloved girl of
Kruglikov, as a marriage broker. A political exile is delivered to
the station and she turned out to be Raya. For several minutes the
former bride and bridegroom were together and then they
continued their way to prisons.
Ilya Muromets
1956, w/s, colour, 2544,3 m, 93 min.
Script by Mikhail Kochnev
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
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Camera by Fedor Provorov
Yuly Kun
Music by Nikolay Morozov
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Andreyev, Andrey Abrikosov, Natalia Medvedeva,
Ninal Myshkova, A. Shvarin, Mikhail Pugovkin, Vassily
Solovev, Iya Arepina
The film is based on folk epic legends. About the feats of three
legendary defender of the Russian land from the foreign invaders
Ilya Muromets and his loyal assistants - Alyosha Popovich and
Dobrynya Nikitich. About Sokolnichek, Ilya's son, to whom he
handed over the sward to keep guarding the borders of the
Motherland.
The Carnival Night
1956, ordinary, colour, 2107 m, 77 min.
Script by Boris Laskin
Vladimir Polyakov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art design by Konstantin Efimov
Oleg Grosse
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Gurchenko, Igor Ilyinsky, Yury Belov, Georgy
Kulikov, Sergey Filippov, Olga Vlasova, Andrey
Tutyshkin, Tamara Nosova, Gennady Yudin, Boris
Petker, Vladimir Zeldin, Valentin Bryleyev
A new director of the club Ogurtsov, a bureaucrat and churl,
intencively interferes in the preparations to a New Year carnival
demanding that some witty and gifted performances. The party
organizers are in despair. But their desire and capability to have
fun help them to "account" for Ogurtsov, including him into the
program as a satiric character and he is unaware of it. Both the
concert and the ball succeeded. Together with the social the
personal problems were settled down either: at last Grisha
managed to affirm his love for Lena.
The Wings
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2814 m, 103 min.
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Konstantin Zubov
Camera by Semen Sheynin
Music by Vano Muradely
Art design by Boris Volkov
Vassily Sherbak
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Tsarev, Nikolay Komissarov, A. Salnikova,
Nikolay Svetlovidov, Elena Rubtsova, I. Vereysky, Ksenia
Tarasova, Victor Khokhryakov, Elena Gogoleva, Vitaly
Doronin, A. Yablochkina, Sfia Fadeyeva
Production of the Maly Theatre based on a play by Alex.
Korneichuk about complicated situation in the family of an
important region leader, participator of Romodan war.
On the Stage
1956, ordinary, colour, 2428 m, 89 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Vassily Shirinsky
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Merkuryev, Lilia Yudina, Tatiana Karpova,
Nikolay Afanasyev, Mikhail Yanshin, Yuly Lyubimov,
Sergey Blinnikov, Stanislav Chekan, Alexander Sashin-
Nikolsky, Elena Savitskaya
Screen version of the vaudeville "Lev Gurich Sinichkin" by D.
Lensky. About Sinichkin, an old actor, who after resignation,
tries to boost Lizonka, his talented daughter into stage. He
manages to do so by a trick – a false letter to the ungifted actress
that invites her to visit the lord in his estate. Lev Gurich
engineers the situation so that his daughter plays the actress's part
with flying colors. The audience applauds her to the echo.
An Unusual Summer
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2418 m, 103 min.
Script by Alexey Kapler
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Victor Korshunov, Roza Makagonova, Vladimir
Emelyanov, Yury Yakovlev, Mikhail Nazvanov, Vassily
Solovev, Boris Novikov, Eugeny Teterin, Olga Zhizneva,
Afanasy Kochetkov
Screen version of the second part of the novel by K. Fedin. The
year of 1919. Everything is perplexed: peaceful life in a theatre
studio and Annochka, a young actress, playing in it; the Civil
War and Izvekov and Ragozin at the front; Ragozin's little son –
Vanja, lost and found by the father again… And in the end – the
play " Craftiness and Love", with Annochka staring. Izvekov and
the girl declared their love to each other and decided to get
married.
An Ordinary Man
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2758 m, 101 min.
Script by Leonid Leonov
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Alexander Stolbov
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Vadim Yusov
Music by Boris Chaykovsky
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Art design by Nikolay Markin
Sovet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Merkuryev, Irina Scobtseva, Georgy Kulikov,
Eugenia Kozyreva, Serafima Birman, Peter
Konstantinov, Roza Makagonova
Screen version of the play of the same name by L. Leonov. In the
center of the plot – the ambitious intrigues: the singer Ladigin is
diffident about Svekolkin's, a suddenly arrived friend of his,
occupation and introduces him to the members of his family as a
sufficient scientist; the mother of Ladigin's nephew's bride named
Kira sets her and the groom at variance in order to match her to
the singer, by separating him from Vera, his wife; Svekolkin
persuades his daughter who is also in love with the nephew to
step aside.
The First Joys
1956, ordinary, colour, 2777 m, 101 min.
Script by Alexey Kapler
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art design by Sergey Voronkov
Ippolit Novoderzhkin
S t a r r i n g
Victor Korshunov, Olga Zhizneva, Vladimir Emelyanov,
Nina Menshikova, Tatiana Konyukhova, Vladimir
Solovev, Sergey Plotnikov,Lora Murasheva, Mikhail
Nazvanov, Vladimir Druzhnikov
Based on a novel by K. Fedin. Kirill Izvekov, a student of a
technical college, stands on the way of active revolutionary
struggle. Together with the experienced underground member
Ragozin he becomes an organizer of conspiratorial typography
then is caught by the gendarmes and sent to servitude. His
beloved girl is given in marriage for a rich merchant.
The Shepherd's Song
1956, ordinary, colour, 2446 m, 89 min.
Script by Dashrobdan Batozhabay
Directed by Andrey Frolov
Camera by Victor Maslennikov
Music by Vassily Solovev-Sedoy
Art design by Alexander Myagkov
A. Timin
S t a r r i n g
V. Mankelov, D. Dzhurabayeva, B. Ayushin, Muratbek
Ryskulov, Ch. Geninov, N. Tarov, A. Dambiev, Vitaly
Doronin, Afanasy Belov, Alexandra Popova, Svetlana
Druzhinina, Lev Durov
A young shepherd from Buryat-Mongolia comes to Moscow to
go up to the conservatoire. He is not admitted, as he doesn't know
a thing about musical literacy, but the native collective farm get a
telegram sent wrongly saying that he is admitted. The young man
is ashamed to return home. He works in militia, participates in
amateur performances and he is admitted to the conservatoire.
Now he proudly goes to his collective farm.
The Field, the Native Field
1956, ordinary, colour, 2763 m, 101 min.
Script by Maria Smirnova
Directed by Vera Stroeva
Camera by Antonina Egina
Music by Yury Sviridov
Art design by Pheliks Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Rufina Nifontova, Vera Maretskaya, Misha Merkulov,
Vsevolod Sanaev, Lilia Gritsenko, Alexander Anurov, T.
Sanko, Elena Sanko
Valya Chernysheva, an agronomist, fell in love with the new
chief agronomist Savitsky, widower with two little daughters.
After Valya nursed back to health one of the daughters he
understood that she had become a close friend to him. But the
girl left for work in another distant collective farm.
The Poet
1956, ordinary, colour, 2650,7 m, 97 min.
Script by Valentin Katayev
Directed by Boris Barnet
Camera by Vladimir Nikolayev
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Levan Shengelia
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Izolda Izvitskaya, Sergey Dvoretsky,
Zoya Fedorova, I. Kolin ,Olga Viklandt, Peter Aleynikov,
Vsevolod Larionov
During the Civil War in a port town the lyric parties are
organized where the to local lyrics Orlovsky and Tarasov are
starring. When they are involved in the severe events Orlovsky
becomes the participator of the White movement, and Tarasov
fights in the cause of the Reds. Having been enlisted to
Kotovsky's cavalry, he takes part in liberation of the town. Here
he falls in love with Olya Danilova.
The Prologue
1956 (rest. in 1969), ordinary, colour, 2907 m, 106 min.
Script by Alexander Shteyn
Directed by Efim Dzigan
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Peter Kiselev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Plotnikov, Maria Pastukhova, Pavel
Kadochnikov, Vassily Solovev, Inna Kondrateva, Victor
Avdyushko, Danuta Stolyarskaya, Natalia Rodionova,
Pavel Vinnik, Zinaida Vorkul, Nikolay Grabbe
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About the first Russian revolution of 1905. On the bloody
Sunday the worker Kruglov's daughter was wounded that made
him fight the monarchy.
The Heart Beats Anew
1956, ordinary, colour, 2552 m, 93 min.
Script by Alexander Galich
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Mikhail Chulaki
Art design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Nikolay Simonov, Andrey
Abrikosov, Kirill Stolyarov, Lyudmila Gurchenko, Ninel
Myshkova, Grigory Abrikosov
About one of the first operations on the heart, made by a Soviet
field surgeon.
The Forty First
1956, ordinary, colour, 2536 m, 93 min.
Script by Grigory Koltunov
Directed by Grigory Chukhray
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Vladimir Kamsky
Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Izolda Izvitskaya, Oleg Strizhenov, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Nikolay Dupak, Georgy Shapovalov, Peter Lyubeshkin
Screen version of the story of the same name by B. Lavrenev
about love of a young girl, a Red Army Soldier, and a white
guard officer.
The Tight Knot ("Beginning of Life")
1956 (rest. in 1988), ordinary, colour, 2886 m, 105 min.
Script by Vladimir Tendryakov
Directed by Mikhail Shveytser
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Tabakov, Nikolay Sergeyev, Victor Avdyusko, Ivan
Pereverzov, Pavel Volkov, Valentina Pugacheva,
Valentina Berezutskaya, Eugeny Burenkov, Peter
Kiryutkin, Nikolay Khryashikov, Maya Bulgakova
Based on the story of the same name by V. Tendryakov. The
chairman of the collective farm took Sasha, a son of the deceased
Secretary of the district party committee. The lad started working
in the collective farm and entered an institute as a part-time
student. He fell in love with Katya but she was attracted by the
new Secretary of the district party committee, who was unlike
Sasha brave and determined.
The Murder on Dante Street
1956, ordinary, colour, 2865 m, 104 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Boris Chaykovsky
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Eugenia Kozyreva, Mikhail Kozakov, Nikolay
Komissarov, Maxim Shtrukh, Rostislav Plyatt, Vladimir
Muravev, Georgy Vitsin, Alexander Pelevin, Anatoly
Kubatsky, Pavel Shpringfeld, Elena Ponsova
France. The year of 1945. Madlen Tibo, an actress is fatally
wounded. Before she dies she recollects the story of her relations
with Sharl, her son, who was enlisted by the fascists and committed a
lot of crimes. Madlen insists on her son acknowledge his crimes.
Being afraid of the disclosures Sharl's friends shoot Madlen before
his very eyes.
A History Lesson
1956, ordinary, colour, 2474 m, 90 min.
Script by Leo Arnshtam
Directed by Leo Arnshtam
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Kara Karaev
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
A. Grozev
S t a r r i n g
S. Savov, Ts. Arnaudova, I. Tonev, Gennady Yudin, Velta
Line, Borya Burlyaev, A. Yachnitsky, Yury Averin,
Eduard Bocharov, Peter Berezov
The year of 1933. Germany. The fascists are in power. They
provoke the incendiary of Reichstag and accuse of it Georgy
Dimitrov, the leader of Communist Party of Bulgaria. In court he
behaved as if he was not the accused but the prosecutor. The
fascist court had to acquit him.
The Innkeeper
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2457 m, 90 min.
Script by Mikhail Nazvanov
Directed by Mikhail Nazvanov
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Music by K. Akimov
Art design by Alexander Zharinov
S t a r r i n g
Olga Viklandt, A. Myagkikh, Mikhail Nazvanov,
Vsevolod Yakut, Ivan Voronov, Emmanuil Geller,
Radner Muratov
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Screen version of the comedy of the same name by K. Goldoni.
Florence in the middle of the XVIII century. A sprightful, joyful
and perky innkeeper desides to teach a lesson to a cocksy
nobleman, a woman-hater, and makes a dead set at him. Then she
holds him up to ridicule.
A Man Is Born
1956, ordinary, b/w, 2617 m, 96 min.
Script by Leonid Agronovich
Directed by Vassily Ordinsky
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Venamin Basner
Art design by Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Olga Bgan, Vladimir Gusev, Vladimir Andreyev,
Alexander Khanov, N. Serebrennikova, Nina Doroshina,
Grigory Abrikosov, V. Maklashin
Nadya Smirnova came to Moscow to enter an institute but failed
the examinations. The first love with Vitaly resulted in the birth
of son. Vitaly cut loose from the girl with the baby. The young
mother is in despair. But good people helped her. Finally she
married a man who fell in love with her and the baby long time
ago.
1957
A Wrestler and a Clown
1957, ordinary, colour, 2743 m, 100 min.
Script by Nikolay Pogodin
Directed by Boris Barnet
Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Yury Biryukov
Art design by Vassily Sherbak
Boris Erdman
S t a r r i n g
Stanislav Chekan, Alexander Mikhailov, Andrey Solovev,
Boris Petker, Iya Arepina, Georgy Vitsin, K. Ishatova,
Grigory Abrikosov
Odessa in the threshold of 19-20 centuries. Ivan Poddubny, a
longshoreman, and Anatoly Durov, a clown, are employed to
Odessa circus. They are far from the glory and they both are
exploited by the circus masters, facing meanness and craftiness.
In Petersburg Poddubny lost the fight by refusing to fight with
Bushe, a Frenchman,who rubbed oil to into your skin. Having got
the spiritual trauma he decided to quit sport. But returns and wins
the fight with Bushe in Paris.
The Altitude
1957, ordinary, colour, 2558 m, 93 min.
Script by Mikhail Papava
Directed by Alexander Zarkhi
Camera by Vladimir Monakhov
Music by Rodion Shedrin
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Rybnikov, Inna Makarova, Gennady Karnovich-
Valua, Vassily Makarov, Marina Strizhenova, Boris
Sitko, Elena Maximova
Based on the novel of the same name by E. Vorobev. Nikolay
Pasechnik, a young steel erector after having mounted a red little
flag at the pick of the blast furnace installed by the high-scalers
team, slipped down and found himself in the hospital. Katya,
who prior to this moment was repelling his advances, started
seeing him. As a result of their dates the young people realized
that they love each other and decided to get married.
A Rubber Boy
1957, ordinary, colour, 2095 m, 76 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Directed by Vladimir Gerasimov
Camera by Galina Pyshkova
Music by Antonio Spadavekkia
Art design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Gribov, Mikhail Nazvanov, Alexander Popov,
Inna Fedorova, Olga Viklandt, Anna Pavlova, Ivan
Koval-Samborsky, Marina Strizhenova, Alla Popova,
Sergey Filippov
Screen version of the story of the same name by D. Grigorovich.
Petya became a flat orphan after his mother's death and was sent
to serve the apprenticeship of Bekker, a circus strong man, and a
cruel and unfair person. Clown Edvards sympathized and loved
the boy and taught him the real circus skills in sicresy. But the
boy frightened by the shouts of Bekker during the performance
fell from the attitude to his death.
A Girl Without an Address
1957, ordinary, colour, 2475 m, 90 min.
Script by L. Leng
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Anatoly Leypin
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Svetlana Karpinskaya, Nikolay Rybnikov, Erost Garin,
Vassily Toporkov, Yury Belov, Stepan Sherbak, Zoya
Fedorova, Sergey Filippov, Pavel Tarasov, Rina
Zelenaya, Svetlana Kharitonova
A province girl that failed to enter the theatrical institute learns
the advantages and disadvantages of metropolitan way of life
alternating the work of lift operator with housemaid and even a
model in the Fashion House. A lad whom she met on a train
vainly tries to find her in a large city and meets her at the railway
station at the moment she is getting into the train to leave the
capital.
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The Star Boy
1957, ordinary, b/w, 2093 m, 76 min.
Script by Yury Davydov
Natalia Davydova
Directed by Anatoly Dudarov
Eugeny Zilbershtein
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Nikolay Timofeyev
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Maria Vinogradova, Sergey Golovanov, Elizaveta
Kuzyurina, Nina Grebeshkova, Elena Koroleva, Vova
Guskov, Mikhail Troyanovsky, Afanasy Kochetkov
Screen version of a fairy tale by O. Wilde. Once a poor logger
found a baby wrapped in a coat embroidered in stars. Ten years
passed away. The boy was very handsome but cruel. He roughly
refused his mother as she worn the beggar's clothes. He got the
punishment for his mercilessness – he became a monster. He set
out to a difficult and long way to find his mother and implore her
forgiveness.
To the Black Sea
1957, ordinary, colour, 2027 m, 74 min.
Script by Leonid Malyugin
Directed by Andrey Tutyshkin
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art design by Peter Kiselev
Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Izolda Izvitskaya, Andrey Kuznetsov, Eugeny Samoilov,
Eugenia Melnikova, Eugeny Teterin, Sergey Lukyanov,
Margarita Zharova, Leonid Pirogov, Nina Agapova, Yury
Leonidov
In the center of the plot: misunderstandings, resentments,
quarrels and reconciliation between the beloved, Crimea and
Caucasus roads by which the heroes travel in a funny confusion.
The Communist
1957 (rest. in 1975), ordinary, colour, 3045 m, 111 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Directed by Ylia Rayzman
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Rodion Shedrin
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Urbansky, Sofia Pavlova, Boris Smirnov, Eugeny
Shutov, Sergey Yakovlev, Valentin Zubkov,Victor
Kolpakov, Andrey Smirnov
Vassily Gubanov, a young communist, arrives at the
construction of power station in Zagora after the Civil War.
He has to struggle with the peculators, to get the building
materials. He fell in love with the married woman Anyuta.
After she was severely beaten by her husband he took her to
his place. When defending the train that delivered bread
Gubanov dies and Anyuta gives the birth to a child.
A Legend of a Heart of Ice
1957, ordinary, colour, 2045,3 m, 75 min, co-production:
Frunzenskaya f/s.
Script by Victor Vitkovich
Grigory Yagdfeld
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Eldar Shengelaya
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Yury Levitin
Art design by Vladimir Kamsky
Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
D. Ibragimova, Arsen Umuraliev, K. Bektenov, Muratbek
Ryskulov,A. Bataliev, Sabira Kumushalieva
Based on Kirghiz folk fairy-tale staged in the modern manner.
Aynakan, an actress, singer and dancer, can't fall in love because
of her cold heart. With the help of magician, Meerkan, a tractor
driver who loves her, manages to fill her heart with the sounds of
fistula – chor. The avaricious director of the theatre burns the
pipe but the young man gladdens the girl's heart with the fire of
his love.
The Leningrad Symphony
1957, ordinary, colour, 2665 m, 97 min.
Script by Zakhar Agronenko
Directed by Zakhar Agronenko
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Solovev, O. Malko, Sergey Kurilov, E. Stroeva,
R. Bushkov, Zhanna Sukhopolskaya, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Maxim Shtraukh, Mark Pertsovsky, Mikhail
Tumanishvily, Yury Krotenko, Yury Kireev
The summer of 1942. Leningrad's Radio House gets a musical
score of Shostackovich "Seventh Symphony". The orchestra can't
play it due to the lack of musicians. The command sends the
musicians from all the front sectors. The day Hitler sworn to
capture Leningrad the symphony was first time broadcast by the
radio.
Cranes are Flying
1957 (rest. in 1973), ordinary, b/w, 2679 m, 98 min.
Script by Victor Rozov
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Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Samoylova, Alexey Batalov, Vassily Merkuryev,
Alexander Shvorin, Svetlana Kharitonova, K. Nikitin,
Valentin Zubkov, Antonina Bogdanova, Boris Kokovkin,
Valentina Ananina, Valentina Vladimirova
Based on the play by V. Morozova "Alive Forever". Boris and
Veronika, two people in love drawn apart by the war. He
volunteered for front, and her parents died during the
bombardment, and she settled in Boris' family. The young man
was missing. Being broken down under the burden of sorrow she
marries Mark, Boris' brother. In evacuation she serves in a
hospital headed by the father of Boris and Mark. The husband
books in illegally, gives a bunny-toy, a Boris' gift, for a present to
a pickup. Veronika, reprobating herself for the betrayal, leaves
the husband. The war is over. Veronika still waiting for Boris
meets the veterans at the railway station. Stepan, the hero's
friend, tells her that he saw Boris dying. She gives the flowers
intended for Boris to the soldiers returned.
On the Ruins
1957, ordinary, b/w, 1884,3 m, 69 min.
Script by Igor Bolgarin
Vladimir Skuybin
Directed by Vladimir Skuybin
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Mikhail Meerovich
Art design by Leonid Chibisov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Soshalsky, Boris Novikov, Georgy Gumilevsky,
Irina Fedorova, Anatoly Novikov, Valery Erofeev, Semen
Morozov, Vanya Troshin, Gennady Sergeyev, Elizaveta
Kuzyurina
Screen version of the novel by A. Gaidar. The first years after the
Civil War.Dergach, a homeless boy who escapes from a gang of
bandits and hides himself in the ruins of former earl's house. The
two friends, the village inhabitants, bring food to him. The
bandits intending to find treasures in the estate appear in the
house. They meet Dergach. The boy is in danger. The boys bring
the Special committee officers that disarm the criminals and save
the boy.
The Inimitable Spring
1957, ordinary, colour, 2565 m, 94 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Eugenia Kozyreva, Izolda Izvitskaya, Arkady Mikhailov,
Igor Dmitryev, I. Skoyutseva, Svetlana Kharitonova,
Nina Doroshina
Anya and Zhenya got married and left for Central Asia to
archeological sites. Before the depArthure they met Anya's father
who divorced her mother 16 years ago. On arriving at the work
Zhenya had to deliver the plague infected driver to hospital and
found himself in an isolator. Both Anya and her father and
mother worry about his life. Finally Zhenya is out of danger, the
father tries to make up with the mother, but the years spent apart
made them drifting apart.
The Fiery Miles
1957, ordinary, colour, 2318 m, 85 min.
Script by Nikolay Figurovsky
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Savkin, Margarita Volodina, Mikhail Troyanovsky,
Antony Khodursky, Vladimir Kenigson, Eugeny
Burenkov, Vladimir Stepanov, Mikhail Pogorzhelsky
The Civil War. The southern steppes of Russia. It happens that
the different people are brought together: a security agent,
professor, artist, nurse, and White Guard officer passing himself
off as a veterinary. By means of two tachankas they reach the
city. The mission of the "vet" is to get into the town and organize
the sabotage against the Soviet power. The security agent
manages to disrupt the plot and prevent the rebel.
They Met on the Way
1957, ordinary, b/w, 2362 m, 86 min.
Script by Alexey Panteleev
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Semen Sheinin
Music by Vassily Dekhterev
Art design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Victor Abdyusko, Roza Makatonova, Nikolay
Komissarov, Mikhail Merkulov, Nina Doroshina, Alexey
Kozhevnikov, Larisa Sobolevskaya, Peter Sherbakov,
Elena Tyapkina, Vera Vassilyeva, Nikolay Svetlovidov
Tasya goes to Leningrad to enter the institute. On her way she
meets Makar who dreams of becoming a teacher. She enters the
institute, but he fails to. Tasya goes to studies and helps a young
man to read up for exams. Makar's fosterling Vovka escapes
from home. The girl and the young man search for him together
with Tasya's mother came to visit the daughter. During the search
they become close to each other. In autumn Makar enters the
institute.
Pigmalion
1957, ordinary, b/w, 2627,6 m, 96 min.
Script by Bernard Show
Directed by Sergey Alexeyev
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Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Music by Mikhail Chulaki
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Tsarev, Evdokia Turchaninova, Eugeny
Velikhov, Konstantsia Roek, Vladimir Vladislavsky, N.
Grigorovskaya, N. Stoyanova, Elena Elanskaya, Prov-
Sadovsky
The Mali Theatre production of the play of the same name by B.
Shaw. London in the beginning of the XX century. Higgins, an
expert in phonetics, makes a bet with colonel Pikkering that for
six mounts he will be able to transfer a simple folk woman into a
lady. So Eliza Doollittle enters his house. He manages to do so,
but it was not only the behavior and manners of the girl that
changed but also her innermost world. At first Higgins, being a
confirmed bachelor, doesn't want to acknowledge that he fell in
love with his creature, that became an independent person, but
then he does it.
A Duel
1957, ordinary, b/w, 2862 m, 104 min.
Script by Vladimir Petrov
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Komissarov, Andrey Popov, Yury Puzyrev,
Mikhail Nazvanov, Irina Skobsteva, Lidia
Sukharevskaya, Sergey Blinnikov, Nikolay Bogolyubov,
Vladimir Belokurov, Eugeny Evstigneev
Screen version of the novel of the same name by A.Kuprin. The
beginning of the XX century. The regiment roomed in a small
town drinks and yawns its life away. Corporal Romashev fell in
love with Shurochka, the captain's wife. The rumors about it are
spread around. There is a quarrel between the captain and the
corporal. Romashev talks captain Nikolayev into imitation of a
duel in order to save "the husband honor". The duel ends
tragically – Nikolaev fatally wounds Romashev.
Stories About Lenin
1957, ordinary, colour, 3147 m, 115 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Eugeny Gabrilovich
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Andrey Moskvin
Amina Akhmetova
Art design by Arthur Berger
Peter Kiselev
S t a r r i n g
Maxim Shtraukh, Maria Pastukhova, Anna Lisyanskaya
,Oleg Efremov, Alexander Kutepov, Vsevolod
Sanaev,Gennady Yukhtin, L. Studneva, Boris Bibikov,
Pavel Sukhanov, Lev Polyakov
The film is made up of two different episodes from the last year
of Lenin's life. The first shows the events of 1917 when Lenin
hides in Finland, the second – the events of 1923-24, the last
months of his life in Gorky.
Beginning of Life
1957 (rest. in 1988), ordinary, colour, 2886 m, 105 min.
Script by Vladimir Tendryakov
Directed by Mikhail Shveytser
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Tabakov, Nikolay Sergeyev, Victor Avdyushko, Ivan
Pereverzov, Pavel Volkov, Valentina Pugacheva,
Valentina Berezutskaya, Eugeny Burenkov, Peter
Kiryutkin, Nikolay Khryashikov, Maya Bulgakova, Elena
Maximova
Based on the novel "The Tight Knot" by V. Tendryakov. The
chairman of the collective farm took Sasha, a son of the deceased
Secretary of the district party committee. The lad started working
in the collective farm and entered an institute as a part-time
student. He fell in love with Katya but she was attracted by the
new Secretary of the district party committee, who was unlike
Sasha brave and determined. There is a conflict between the
leader of a collective farm and the district authorities.
The Ulyanovs Family
1957, ordinary, colour, 2277,3 m, 83 min.
Script by Ivan Popov
Directed by Valentin Nevzorov
Camera by Era Savelyeva
Music by Alexandra Pakhmutova
Art design by Semen Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Sofia Geotsintova, Vladimir Korovin, Pheliks Yavorsky,
Lyudmila Sokolova, Natalia Krachkovskaya, Nikolay
Burlyaev, Irina Kalyagina, Afanasy Kochetkov,Elena
Kuzmina, Vladimir Gulyaev
The film depicts the youth of V.I. Lenin, about his becoming a
politician, about the conclusions he drew from the activity of his
elder brother who was executed. About his mother trying to
qualify the severity of a judgement to her son Alexander who
refused to persuade him to betray his comrades.
The Sisters
1957, w/s, colour, 2950,8 m, 108 min.
Script by Boris Chirskov
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Dmitry Kabalevsky
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
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S t a r r i n g
Rufina Nifontova, Nian Veslovskaya, Vadim Medvedev,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Victor Sharlakhov, Vladimir
Muravyev, Vladlen Davydov, V. Vinnikov, Sergey
Yakovlev, VAdim Yakovlev
The first part of a trilogy based on the novel by Alexei Tolstoy
"The Ordeal" devoted to the Bulavins, the noble family, in the
period from the beginning of World War I till the end of the Civil
War. Katya, the elder sister, depressed and distracted, leaves her
husband. Dasha, the junior, attends the futurists club. She meets
engeneer Telegin. The World War scattered the heroes of the
film. After the husband's death Dacha is in depression and the
acquaintance with Vadim Roshin prevents her from committing
suicide.
The Incident at Mine No. 8
1957, ordinary, colour, 2529,8 m, 92 min.
Script by Yuly Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art design by Sergey Voronkov
Ippolit Novoderezhkin
S t a r r i n g
Fateeva, Nikolay Bogomolov, Georgy Kulikov, Boris
Kordunov, Yury Sarantsev, Afanasy Kochetkov, L.
Kachanova, Nikolay Grabbe, Nikolay Parfenov
A young expert comes to work at a small coal plant in the North.
Both his new chief and his daughter like him. In some time it
becomes clear that the chief and his subordinate differ in views:
one is trying to cover the drawbacks so that the plant would be
considered advanced, another, Volodya, stands in favor of
honesty in everything. The collective supports the young man
and Alla tries to bring together the father and the husband.
Travels Beyond the Three Seas ("Afanasy
Nikitin")
1957, w/s, colour, 4147,6 m, 151 min, co-production: f/s
"Naya Sansar"(India).
Script by Akhmat Abbas
Maria Smirnova
Directed by Vassily Pronin
Akhmat Abbas
Camera by Vladimir Nikolayev
Eugeny Andrikanis
Ramchandra Singh
Music by Boris Chaykovsky
Amil Bisvas
Art design by Mikhail Bogdanov
Gennady Myasnikov
Aghrekar
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Strizhenov, Nargis, Balrasdzh Sakhni, Kapur
Pritkhviradzh, Dzhayradzh Devid, Krishna-Agla Man-
Makhan, Varvara Obukhova, Vitaly Belyakov, Stepan
Kayukov
The first Soviet-Indian staging. About a Russian merchant,
Afanasy Nikitin, the first European to travel to India in XV
century thus having found the trade route from Europe.
The Aim of Life
1957, ordinary, b/w, 2440 m, 89 min.
Script by Alexander Merculov
Vadim Ivanov
Directed by Anatoly Rybakov
Camera by Victor Dombrovsky
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Safonov, Lyudmila Shagalova, Mark Bernes,
Andrey Abrikosov, Vladimir Emelyanov, Sofia Fadeeva,
Anatoly Chemodurov, Peter Savin, Khoren Abramyan,
Eugeny Teterin
The main character – Alexey Kostrov – makes his way through
the success and defeats to his sacramental goal – to become a test
pilot.
The Four of Them
1957, ordinary, colour, 2495 m, 91 min.
Script by Daniil Khrabrovsky
Directed by Vassily Ordynsky
Camera by Vladimir Monakhov
Music by Andrey Eshpy
Art design by Alexander Zharinov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Gribkov, M. Anastasyeva, Mikhail Mayorov,
Vladimir Gusev, Nikolay Timofeev, Daniil Netrebin,
Boris Terentyev, Znanna Sukhoplskaya, Lidia
Sukharevskaya, Ivan Ryzhov
The epidemic of rear disease – endemic fever - flashed in an area
of a large Siberian construction. The four scientists engaged in
the development of a vaccine from this disease, and whose
laboratory is to be closed, set out to Siberia. Their hard work
resulted in determination of the source of the infection and invent
the vaccine.
1958
The Wind
1958, ordinary, b/w, 2729 m, 100 min.
Script by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Directed by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art design by Eugeny Svidetelev
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S t a r r i n g
Eduard Bredun, Tamara Loginova, Elza Lezhdey,
Alexander Demyanenko, Alexey Krychenkov, Anatoly
Romashin, Yury Yakovlev, Alexander Baranov, Leonid
Gayday
The autumn of 1918. Fedor together with Mitya, a gymnasium
student and the worker Nastya is sent by the underground
revolution committee to the first All-Union Youth Congress as a
delegate from railway depot of a small southern town occupied
by the White Guards. On their way Okurok, a homeless boy, and
Mary join them. They have to overcome a lot of problems on
their way to Moscow: Mitya is killed, Mary is executed together
with the group of Bolsheviks, Nastya is killed by a bandit…
Badly wounded Fedor arrives at the Congress were he addresses
the audience on behalf of the killed comrades and those left
behind the front line.
1918
1958, w/s, colour, 2867 m, 104 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
Rufina Nifontova, Nina Veselovskaya, Vadim Medvedev,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Maya Bulgakova, Victor Avdyushko,
Sergey Yakovlev, Pavel Vinnikov,Vadim Yakovlev,
Eugeny Matveev, Grigory Kirillov, Vladimir Muravev,
Leonid Parkhomenko, Eugeny Teterin, Mikhail Kozakov
Screen version of the novel "The Ordeal" by Alexei Tolstoy. The
second part of the trilogy. Part I – "Sisters", Part III – "The
Gloomy Morning".
The Girl with a Guitar
1958, ordinary, colour, 2526 m, 92 min.
Script by Boris Laskin
Vladimir Polyakov
Directed by Alexander Faintsimmer
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Arkady Ostrovsky
Yury Saulsky
Art design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Gurchenko, Mikhail Zharov, Faina
Ranevskaya, Boris Petker, Sergey Blinnikov, Vladimir
Gusev, Oleg Anofriev, Larisa Sobolevskaya, Boris
Novikov, Sergey Filippov, Mikhail Pugovkin, Georgy
Vitsin, Vladimir Kandelaky, Pavel Vinnik, Svetlana
Kharitonova
The lyric musical comedy takes place during the VI-th World
Yourth Festival which was organized in Moscow in 1957. The
plot also included some documentary shots of this great event.
Tanya Fedosova whose charm, vivacity and nice voice attract
customers, works at a music house in a record department.
Svirtinsky, a manager of the house, likes it very much and does
his best to make Tanya continue working. But she dreams of
becoming a dramatic actress. Tanya overcomes many
misapprehensions before she finds her true vocation - singing.
The Motley Case
1958, ordinary, b/w., 2790.4 m, 102 min.
Script by Arkady Adamov
Anatoly Granberg
Directed by Nikolay Dostal
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Mikhail Chulaki
Art design by Levan Shangelia
Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Abrikosov, Vladimir Kenigson, Vsevolod
Safonov, Alexey Gribov, Eugeny Matveyev, Natalia
Fateyeva, Tamara Loginova, M. Kazakova, Eduard
Bredun, Oleg Tabakov, Yury Prokopovich, Vladimir
Yemelyanov, Ivan Pereverzev, Mikhail Pugovkin, Zoya
Fedorova
The film is based on the title story by A. Adamopv. Upon the
recommendation of the Communist Party local committee
discharged officer Sergey Korshunov contrary to his beloved girl
wishes becomes an officer of the criminal investigation
department. After a range of failures he succeeded in
investigating complicated crimes committed by a motley band
and make up with his fiancee.
Rains
1958, ordinary, b/w, 1491 m, 54 min.
Script by Alexander Gorodetsky
Directed by Sergey Kazakov
Camera by Vadim Yakovlev
Music by Yury Biryukov
Art design by Arnold Vaisfeld
S t a r r i n g
lidia Sukharevskaya, Valery Koltsov, Mikhail Kuznetsov,
Mikhail Gluzsky, Elena Maksimova
The story is about young, active construction chief who gains
success under rough weather and heavy rain conditions.
Life Has Passed By...
1958, ordinary, b/w, 2558 m, 93 min.
Script by Maro Yerzinkyn
Pavel Nabokov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Grigory Gai, Liliya Tolmachyova, Yury Sarantsev,
Nikolay Parfyonov, Vitaly Belyakov, Valentin Brylev,
Igor Bezyaev, Anatoly Vedenkin
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A criminal-psychological drama. 50-th years. Nikolay Smirnov
alias Shark, a robber-recidivist, escapes from a work camp and
searches for a friend dealing with robbery. But his friend settled
down and do not want to review the past. The Shark assemble a
band consisting of petty criminals but during the raid on a shop
everybody besides him are fallen into the police hands. The
Shark comes to his old girl-friend Ninka and finds out that she
brings up their own son. He curls up at this news and decides to
come back in order to do a spell in prison and be back home.
Idiot ("Nastasia Philippovna")
1958, ordinary, colour, 3394 m, 124 min.
Script by Ivan Pyriev
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Yakovlev, Julia Borisova, Nikita Podgorny, Leonid
Parkhomenko, Raisa Maksimova, Vera Pashennaya,
nikolay Pazhitnov, Klavdia Polovikova, Ivan Lyubeznov,
lyudmila Ivanova, Vladimir Muravyov, Sergey Martinson
Screen version of the novel of the same name by F. Dostoevsky.
The first part of novel "Nastasia Philippovna" is at the heart of
the film. The groundwork of the film is the following: prince
Myshkin having come back to Russia from Switserland gets
aquatinted with Nastasia Philippovna, a woman of exceeding
beauty and a love-mate of landlord Totsky. Totsky is going to get
married with another woman and offers Nastasia Philippovna
75000 rubles and marriage to official Ivolgin. Rogozhin, a
merchent, is ready to give 100,000 rubles for her. Prince
Myshkin wants to rescue a beauty woman from the evil circuit of
purchase and sale. But Nastasia Philippovna considering herself
abandoned and dishonoured throws money to the fire place and
leaves with millionaire Rogozhin being in love with her.
Captain Daughter
1958, w/s, b/w, 2905 m, 106 min.
Script by Nikolay Kovarsky
Directed by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Strizhenov, Sergey Lukyanov, Iya Arepina,
Vladimir Doropheyev, A. Shishkov, Irina Zarubina,
VyacheslavShalevich, Pavel Pavlenko, Yury Katin-
Yartsev
A historical drama baed on novel of the same name by A.
S.Pshkin. Peter Grinyov, a young gentleman, goes to the station
of his military service to Belogorodskaya fortress and looses his
way during a snowstorm. A casual traveler helps him and in
gratitude for it Grinyov gives him a rabbit jacket. When
Belogorodskaya fortress is taken by Pugachyov's forces Grinyov
recognizes in a terrible impostor his casual traveler. And
Pugachyov is the man who Grinyov is deeply indebted to for his
life and happiness.
A Concert
1958, ordinary, colour,2521 m, 92 min.
Directed by Tatiana Berezantseva
Camera by Semyon Sheinin
Art design by Arthur Berger
Alexander Zharenov
The film-concert is intended to show a sowiet art at Brussels
exhibition in 1958.
The Avalanche
1958, ordinary, colour, 2756 m, 101 min.
Script by Alim Keshokov
Vladimir Kreps
Directed by Vassily Zhuravlyov
Camera by Victor Maslennikov
Music by Vano Muradeli
Art design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Dubrovin, Georgy Chernovolenko, Alexander
Shvorin, Serey Popov, Galina Grigoryeva, Inna
Vykhodtseva, Vladimir Belokurov, Andrey Fait, Gurgen
Tonunts
A spring of 1917. The soldiers of former Wild division of
Kabardin regiment come back from Russia to their motherland.
Anzor, a servant of prince Naurbek who was saved by him, is
among them. He faces with beggary and devastation at home.
Talks with a neighbour-Bolshevik and a meeting with Sergey
Kirov let Anzor understand a place in the loife. Prince Naurbek
and ataman Shkuro decided to defeat highlanders' meeting.
Anzor with other people disperse Shkuro's Cossacks then Anzor
kills the prince in a duel. Highlanders go to the meeting to listen
to Kirov and elect delegates for the second convention of Soviets.
A Sailor From "The Comet"
1958, ordinary, colour, 2582 m, 94 min.
Script by Peter Gradov
Eugeny Pomeshchikov
Gleb Romanov
Directed by Isidor Annensky
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Music by Oskar Feltsman
Art design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Gleb Romanov, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Nikolay Svobodin,
Tatiana Bestayeva, Maya Menglet, Vladimir Soshalsky,
Ivan Lyubeznov, Anna Lisyanskaya, Georgy Gumilevsky,
Aleksander Sorokin
A musical-review. Sergey Chaikin, a sailor, lives in a small
southern town. Friends like to listen to his cheerful and soulful
songs. Sergey falls in love with Lena, a sportsgirl. Vadim, a
manager of a sailors' cultural center, is susceptible to her too.
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Lena and Vadim leave for Moscow in order to take part in the VI
World Youth Festival. Sergey follows them with an ensemble of
sailors having stepped into a diseased soloist shoes. During the
Festival Lena finds out that Vadim has no guts in him and a
bashful and inconspicuous appearance of Sergey hides a kind,
big-hearted soul and a clean heart.
On the Road of War
1958, ordinary, b/w, 2384 m, 87 min.
Script by Leon Saakov
Nikolay Figurovsky
Directed by Leon Saakov
Camera by Igor Gelein
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Sanayev, Anatoly Kuznetsov, yury Solovyov,
Eugeny Shutov, Iua Arepina, Yury Kireyev, Oleg
Mokshantsev, Gennady Yukhtin
1945, the final day of war. A small Polistown. Soldiers of
Muromtsev's battery see in a familiar old car not their fellow
soldier Sushkov, a cameraman but another man, Krylenko. The
latter tells about Sushkov death and his last wish toi make a
picture of the friend in the last day of war. The audience sees a
battle way of cameraman captaion Sushkov who became a
collective character of all military cameraman having sacrificed
their life in order to get invaluable chronicle shots over to the
descendants
On The Tissa
1958, ordinary, colour, 2295 m, 84 min.
Script by Alexander Avdeenko
Directed by Dmitry Vassilev
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Afanasy Kochetkov, Tatiana Konyukhova, Nina Nikitina,
Andrey Goncharov, Alexander Khvylya, Dmitry Dubov,
Leonid Chubarov, V. Solomatin, Vladimir Gusev,
Valentin Zubkov
This is an adventure film based on the title novel written by A.
Avdeenko. The action takes place at the end of 50s in
Zakarpatye. Two diversionists cross the Soviet boundary near
Tissa. One of them dies during the arrest and the second one
appears in a sovkhoz under the mask of serviceman Ivan
Belogray and starts pays attentions to Terezia whom got
acquainted by correspondence. Frontier guard Andrey
Smolyarchuk who falls in love with Terezia was the first who
started to suspect Belogray. Owing to the vigilance of the lawenforcement
agencies the spy’s cover was blown and a
prearranged explosion of the railway bridge was prevented.
On The Other Side
1958, ordinary, colour, 2752 m, 100 min.
Script by Alexey Simukov
Tsetsilia Kin
Directed by Fyodor Filippov
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Alexandra Pakhmutova
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Safonov, Yury Pusyryov, Lyudmila Kasatkina,
E. Muratova, Gavriil Belov, Sergey Kalinin, Vladimir
Emelyanov, Sergey Filippov, Eugeny Shutov
The film is based on the title novel written by Victor Kin. The
action takes place at the Far East in 1921. Two komsomolets
Matveev and Bizays have to cross the line of battle in the
Khabarovsk region to pass the money and a cipher message to
guerillas. Matveev wants to meet with komsomolka Liza whom
he falls in love with but he got a serious hurt en rout and becomes
a cripple. Liza chucks Matveev but Varya whom he saved from
the anarchists loves him. When pasting up the hate sheets and
proclamations, Matveev gets the lead.
The Poem Of The Sea
1958, w/s, colour, 3010 m, 110 min.
Script by Alexander Dozhenko
Directed by Yulia Solntseva
Camera by Gavriil Egiazarov
Music by Gavriil Popov
Art design by Alexander Borisov
Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Boris Livanov, Boris Andreev, Mikhail Tsaryov, Mikhail
Romanov, Zinaida Kirienko, Ivan Kozlovsky, Leonid
Tarabarinov, Georgy Kovrov, M. Vital, Eugeny
Bondarenko, Valentina Vladimirova
This is a cinema poem with philosophical lyrical thinking about
the building of Kakhovskaya hydroelectric plant, Dnepr’s floor,
birth of the Kakhovskoye Sea and also about the human destinies
involved into this great turn over of the region’s life.
The action takes place in 1956-57. To the chairperson’s
call the people born in the village located near the Dnepr
river and prepared to be drown come to say good-buy to
their small fatherland. It is very difficult for senior citizens
to destroy their native houses and demolish the gardens.
All their memories of the happy life and the dangerous war
associate with them. The young people on the contrary
smash down the past being sure that draws the bright
future. The spring Dnepr spates impetuously and the
Ukraine village sinks to the bottom of the new
Kakhovskoye Sea.
Sampo
1958, w/s, colour, 2678.5 m, 98 min, co-production with
“SUOMI-FILM” (Finland)
Script by Victor Vitkovich
Grigory Yagdfeld
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Gennady Tsykavy
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Victor Yakushev
Music by Igor Morozov
Art design by Lev Milchin
S t a r r i n g
U. Somersalmi, A. Orochko, Ivan Voronov, Andris Oshin,
Ada Voytsyk, Eve Kivi, Georgy Millyar, Mikhail
Troyanovsky, L. Laurmaa
This is a screen version tale based on the motives of runs.
A black-hearted Loukhi spirited off Annika, the sister of
hammerer Ilmarinen with the aid of a magic cloak. To save his
sister Ilmarinen makes the magic mill “Sampo” for Loukhi. Now
the people of the shiny Kalevala are aggrieved. Annika’s
sweetheart Lemminkyainen decided to take the “Sampo” from
Loukhi but it turned out a very difficult task. A lot of awful and
tragic events taken place before the magic mill’s fragment got by
Leminkyainen helped to take the sun stolen by Loukhi back to
the Kalevala’s land. Only after that a happiness and love settled
here.
Soldier’s Heart
1958, ordinary, b/w, 2554.1m, 93 min.
Script by Kirill Rapoport
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Antonina Egina
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Zemlyanikin, Roza Makagonova, Nikolay
Pogodin, A. Osmolsky, Pavel Vinnik, Eugeny Kuznetsov,
Gennady Karnovich-Valua, Girt Yakovlev, Vladimir
Gulyaev, Peter Konstantinov, Ada Voytsik
On the eve of depArthure to the military service Fyodor Zemskov
committed an imprudent action that could end tragically for the
girl whom he loved with. He goes to the military service with an
aching heart and a service in the army is very difficult for him: he
cannot obey orders and will go better to the black hole himself
than betray the real author. However Fyodor finds good friends
and once saves a woman from the burning house. His name is
written into the regiment’s “Book of Honour” and he is not afraid
of the trial for misadventure with Tonya. She is well again and
comes to see him to his unit.
Magpie, The Thief
1958, ordinary, b/w, 2269.7 m, 83 min.
Script by Nikolay Kovarsky
Directed by Naum Trakhtenberg
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Vassily Dekhteryov
Art design by Valeria Nisskaya
S t a r r i n g
Zinaida Kirienko, Nikolay Afanasev, Vladimir
Pokrovsky, Victor Korshunov, Anatoly Kubatsky, Sergey
Kalinin, Alexander Grave
The movie is based on the title novel written by A.I. Gertsen. The
action takes place at the first half of XIX century. The famous
actor Shchepin comes to duke Skalinsky’s theatre to participate
in a play “Magpie, the Thief” and gets acquainted with the
talented bonded actress Aneta. She is a woman of a very tragic
destiny. According to the last will of her former master she had
to get an affranchisement but was sold to duke Skalinsky who
solicits her love now. Aneta’s sweetheart Stepan has to become a
recruit and her child has to be born as an indigent. Shchepin
wants to help her but is late. She commits suicide.
The Three From The Forest
1958, ordinary, b/w, 2644.9 m, 97 min.
Script by Iosif Olshansky
Nina Rudneva
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Boris Chebotaryov
Feliks Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Lidia Smirnova, Valentin Zubkov, Mikhail Pogozhelsky,
Boris Smirnov, Eugeny Burenkov, Zoya Stepanova,
Semyon Morozov
After partisans Julia, Pavel and Sergey went to perform a combat
mission their party was surrounded and annihilated by
castigators. Many years passed and in 50s the investigation
agencies found a document indicating that the party was
annihilated with the aid of one who survived. Julia is sure that
her friends are innocent however Pavel starts suspecting Sergey.
The latter felt aggrieved at the insult from his friend. Pavel is also
tormented with remorse and he asks his friend sorry him. It is
becomes clear during the investigation who is the real traitor.
Combat friends find each other again.
Difficult Luck
1958, ordinary, colour, 2836 m, 104 min.
Script by Yury Nagibin
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Kazakov, V. Ashurov, Victor Avdyushko,
Eugeny Leonov, Nina Golovina, Veriko Andzhaparidze,
A. Gunchenko, N. Lutsenko, Radner Muratov, Oleg
Efremov
During the Civil War the little Gipcy Kolya Nagorny travelling
with his folks along the steppes of the southern Russia strayed
from the camping-ground and got to the Russian village. He
overcame all difficult periods in the country life: sabotages of
kulaks, murders, fire-raisings. Kolya becomes a komsomolets
and bandits killed his sweetheart. He was forced to pass the
difficult way of struggle for his happiness and understand his
place in the life. At the end of the film we meet with Nikolay
Nagorny at the approaches of Berlin.
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Safe Refuge
1958, ordinary, colour, 2003.5 m, 73 min.
Script by Afanasy Belov
Directed by Eduard Abalov
Tamaz Maliava
Camera by German Lavrov
Sergey Shemakhov
Music by Sergey Tulikov
Art design by Vladimir Kamsky
Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Ratomsky, Vassily Merkurev, Tatiana
Guretskaya, Afanasy Belov, Anatoly Kubatsky, Boris
Novikov, Emmanuil Geller
A comedy about the two active, partial to life, old menpensioners.
The 50s. The old worker Kolyachkin and the former
actor Pushkov can't reach the river and to fish something always
interferes with their plans: one time they lead the children to the
garden, another boost the old woman to the pensioner's house.
They pushed the chief of the construction into the dirt of
unrepaired road, weaned the barrator from grassing, and soused
the hooligan and drunken man dog in a river till the moment of
their complete rehabilitation. The district veterans appreciated the
old men's actions and invited them to their club aimed at
canalizing the young generation into the proper way of becoming
deserving citizens of the society.
A Man to Man...
1958, ordinary, colour, 2122,7 m, 77 min.
Script by Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Grigory Aizenberg
Music by Andrey Volkonsky
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Arthur Eizen, Bella Rudenko, Ekaterina Maximova, T.
Taole, K. Beldy, O. Gvarany, N. Akef, Tasle Tutty
A film-concert composed of the performances of foreign art
collectives that visited the USSR during the VI International
youth and students' festival held in 1957, and also the
performances of Pytnitsky chorus and the young actors of the
Bolshoy Theatre such as Bella Rudenko, Ekaterina Maximova,
Arthur Eyzen, etc. The Soviet and foreign artists go to Moscow
through Siberia showing their skills on the background of the
Baykal Lake, the Angara, Bratskaya and Ircutsk hydroelectric
power stations; by the way the achievements of the Soviet
country in the area of science technologies (such as
synchrophasatron, robots, satellites, etc) are demonstrated. In the
end the audience admires the holiday festival Moscow.
The Soldiers Were Marching
1958, ordinary, b/w, 2350,7 m, 86 min.
Script by Leonid Trauberg
Directed by Leonid Trauberg
Camera by Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art design by Levan Shengelia
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Andrey Petrov, Erast Garin, Elza
Lezhdey, Mikhail Ulyanov, Maria Pastukhova, Tatiana
Doronina, Vladimir Belokurov, Oleg Efremov,
Konstantin Adashevsky, Vera Altayskaya
The October of 1917. The Russian and German soldiers
distressed by the 3-year war started fraternizing. The officer's
bullets killed them. Those alive – Ilya, Matvey, Olga, a nurse,
and a German soldier Yakob – sworn addressing the killed
soldiers to reach Petersburg and get peace for everybody…
1959
Annushka
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2444,8 m, 89 min.
Script by Efrain Sevela
Directed by Boris Barnet
Camera by Victor Masevich
Music by Yury Biryukov
Art design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Irina Skoptseva, Anastasia Georgievskaya, Boris
Babochkin, G. Tokareva, Lev Barashkov, Eduard
Martsevich, Olga Aroseva, Elena Koroleva
The war deprived Annushka of her husband, home, but a simple
Russian woman steeled to rise her children and made real people
of them.
The Ballad of a Soldier
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2452 m, 89 min.
Script by Valentin Ezhov
Grigory Chukhray
Directed by Grigory Chukhray
Camera by Vladimir Nikolayev
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art design by Boris Nemechek
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Ivashov, Zhanna Prokhorenko, Antonina
Maximova, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Eugeny Urbansky, Elza
Lezhdey, Marina Kremneva, Valentina Telegina
The war is going on. Alyesha Skvortsov, a young soldier who
performed a heroic deed in the last battle goes to his mother for
two-day vacation. He helps everybody on his way home: helps a
one-legged invalid to meet his wife, a girl Shura – to get her
auntie, and even the last night of the vacation Alyesha spends
saving the children from the bombardment. Helping everybody
Alyesha didn't manage to do much for himself. Failed to affirm
his love to Shura, just passingly saw the mother. And again to the
front where Alyesha dies.
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The White Nights
1959, ordinary, colour, 2655 m, 97 min.
Script by Ivan Pyryev
Directed by Ivan Pyryev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Art design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Marchenko, Oleg Strizhenov, Anatoly
Fedorinov, Elena Popova, Svetlana Kharitonova, Irina
Skobtseva, Ariadna Shengelaya
Screen version of the novel of the same name by F.M.
Dostoyevsky.
Petersburg of the 40s of XIX century. Summer, the white nights.
At the bank of Niva the Dreamer meets Nastenka. For five-night
walking the city the young people tell each other about
themselves. Having stopped trusting the fillings of a man whom
she loves Nastenka promises the loving Dreamer to marry him
but… the other man appears and Nastenka is happy again, and
the Dreamer is alone at once. Now his loneliness is more
depressing as he realized the richness of life and emptiness of the
dreams that occupy the days.
The United Ranks
1959, w/s, colour, 2696 m, 98 min, co-production:
CHANCHUNSKA F/S (CPR).
Script by Vadim Kozhevnikov
Efim Dzigan
Lin-Shan
Sue Gan
Directed by Efim Dzigan
Sue Gan
Camera by Arkady Koltsaty
Dze Bao
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Khuan Le
Art design by Peter Kiselev
Tao Van
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Kondratyev, Fan Tyan, Ivan Dmitryev, Dzhi
Lin, S. Godzy, Inna Kondratyeva, Vey Tsuy, Ke Pu, V.
Radunskaya, Dzin Ma, Khuey Dzan
About Soviet and Chinese builders constructing a power station
in China.
In the Quiet Steppe
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2630,4 m, 96 min.
Script by Maxim Sagalovich
Directed by Sergey Kazakov
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Peter Kuznetsov
Music by Alexander Kholminov
Art design by Alexander Zharinov
S t a r r i n g
Nina Gulyaeva, Eduard Izotov, Mikhail Kuznetsov,
Vladislav Balandin, Vsevolod Sanayev, Victor
Khokhryakov, Andrey Tutyshkin, Eugenia Koxyreva
Based on the "Story about the director of MTS and the
agronomist" by G. Nikolayeva.
The end of the 50s. A new agronomist Nastya Kovshova, a slight
girl, comes to Zhuravinskaya MTS. Chalikov, the director of the
MTS is disappointed thinking that such a girl doesn't know a
thing about the work. For all the days Nastya goes around the
fields talking to the collective farmers and finally finds a way-out
from a complicated problem in the MTS. In distantly located
Moscow Zhuravinskaya MTS' work is highly commended and
Chalikov seems to lose calmness due to his new agronomist.
Vassily Surikov
1959, ordinary, colour, 2562 m, 94 min.
Script by Emil Braginsky
Directed by Anatoly Rybakov
Camera by Gavriil Egiazarov
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Lazarev, Larisa Kadochnikova, Leonid Gallis,
Gennady Yudin, Georgy Vitsin, Ivan Kudryavstev,
Anatoly Fedorinov, Vladimir Maruta, Vladimir
Belokurov
A film about the life and art of a famous Russian painter V.I.
Surikov (1848 - 1916).
All Begins with the Road
1959, w/s, b/w, 2408 m, 88 min.
Script by Daniil Khrabrovitsky
Directed by Villen Azarov
Nikolay Dostal
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Yury Levitin
Art design by Boris Tsarev
S t a r r i n g
Victor Avdyushko, Lyudmila Khityaeva, Sergey Gurzo,
Alexander Demyanenko, Tamara Semina, Ivan Ryzhev,
Valentin Vladimirova, Peter Konstantinov, Nonna
Mordyukova
A builder Stepan Bokov meets joyful and pretty young woman
Annushka on the train and suddenly decides to work at the
construction of the power station where Annushka works as a
concretor. But they don't need the erectors and Stepan is assigned
to the position of the leader of the road construction team legging
behind the others. He paid no efforts to lead the team to the
leading position, but he coped with everything. He manages to
form a friendly collective and to find his happiness of course.
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The Town at Dawn
1959, ordinary, b/w, 4800 m, 175 min.
Directed by Elena Skachko
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Yulia Borisova, Mikhail Ulyanov, Galina Pashkova, Yury
Yakovlev, Vyacheslav Dugin, Antonina Dadyko,
Alexander Grave
The play by A. Arbusov "The Irkutsk Story" staged at the
Vakhtangov' Theater.
Cruelty
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2525,5 m, 92 min.
Script by Pavel Nilin
Directed by Vladimir Skuybin
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Mikhail Meerovich
Art design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Yumatov, Boris Andreyev, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
Alexander Susnin, Vladimir Andreyev, Margarita
Zhigunova, Klavdia Khabarova, Alexander Yachnitsky,
Nikolay Pogodin, Vyacheslav Bogachev
A criminal drama based on story of the same name by Pavel
Nilin.
The first years of the Soviet power in East Siberia. Malyshev, the
chief Criminal Investigation Department assistant, a comsomol
member, leads to the Soviet power side the former workhand,
and now the bandit Lazar Baukin and the letter tells him about
Vorontsov, the leader of the band. Malyshev guarantees Baukin's
freedom. However the chief arrests him and in order to reap
laurels of catching the leader of the band. Malyshev is in despair
– he pushed the man that fully trusted him to execution. The
situation get worse due to his personal drama and Malyshev
commits suicide.
Ahead to the Dawn
1959, ordinary, b/w, 2714 m, 99 min.
Script by Alexander Antokolsky
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Semen Sheinin
Music by Boris Chaykovsky
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Victor Mazayev, Yury Yakovlev, Tatiana Konyukhova,
Eugeny Samoylov, Irina Skobtseva, Marina Shteinbrekht,
Oleg Zhakov, Afanasy Kochetkov, Staanislav Chekanov
Based on the novel of the same name by V. Kozhevnikov.
The scene is laid in 1916-1917. Sapozhkov, a Bolshevik, after
serving the exile term organizes propaganda and propaganda in a
small Siberia town. His wife Varya helps him. After the February
revolution the Bolsheviks' Party is still illegal Sapozhnikov and
Varya hide as they are under the threat of the arrest. The security
agents manage to catch their son Tima. After the October
revolution the parents meet the son and never lose him again.
The Stars Meet in Moscow
1959, ordinary, b/w, 1869 m, 68 min, co-production:
CENTRAL STUDIO OF DOCUMENTARY FILMS.
Script by Semen Nagorny
Iosif Sklyut
Directed by Vassily Katanyan
Camera by Lev Mikhailov
Pavel Russanov
Georgy Serov
Art design by M. Artamonov
Konstantin Savitsky
Mikhail Morozov
A documentary about the First World Film Festival held in
Moscow in 1959.
The House of Gold
1959, ordinary, colour, 2034 m, 74 min.
Script by Gombozhab Tsydynzhapov
Valentin Ezhov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Baudorzha Yampilov
Art design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Boris Semenov, Mila Mansheeva, L. Linkhovain, M.
Fedorov, Adolf Ilyin, Vladimir Brezhnev, V. Badayev, Ts.
Damdinov, Marina Stepanova
About the revolutionary events in Buryat-Mongolia.
Arslan, a little shepherd, worked for the evil Nayon Elo and
had a friend – a girl Dolson. When the main lama brought the
news of the Bolshevik's victory and ordered Nayon to take the
flocks abroad, Arslan found the detachment of his friend
Comissar Ignatyev in the fields and informed him of it. Nayon
was caught and destroyed at the very border and the flocks
were distributed between the poor buryats. Arslan manages to
disrupt the engagement of Dolson and Nayon's son and finally
he joyfully rides a horse with her.

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