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The New Moscow
The novels “Joyful Moscow” and “The Song of Moscow” 1938,
ordinary, b/w, (no information about the footage).
Script by Alexander Medvedkin
Directed by Alexander Medvedkin
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Valentin Kadochnikov
S t a r r i n g
Maria Blumental-Tamarina, Daniil Sagal, Nina Alisova,
Maria Barabanova, Pavel Sukhanov
An eccentric comedy about a travel of Alyosha, a young designer
who drafted a model of the future capital. The love adventures of
Alyosha and Zoya and of Fedya and Elly, a lyric-comic couple,
are on the background of Moscow reconstruction. The film was
not released. It is stored in the State film fund.
The Victory
1938, ordinary, b/w, 2325 m, 85 min.
Script by Natan Zarkhi
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Mikhail Doller
Camera by Anatoly Golovnya
Music by Yury Shaporin
Art design by Vladimir Ivanov
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Ekaterina Korchagina-Alexandrovskaya,
Vladimir Solovyov, Alexey Zubov, S. Ostroumov, N.
Sanov, Alexander Grechany
About the non-stop flight of three Soviet pilots around the world
on the "Victory I" stratoplane.
Ruslan and Ludmila
1938, ordinary, b/w, 1430 m, 52 min.
Script by Ivan Nikitchenko
Victor Nevezhin
Samuil Bolotin
Directed by Ivan Nikitchenko
Victor Nevezhin
Camera by Nikolay Renkov
Tamara Lobova
Alexander Priezhev
Peter Malanichev
Art design by Andrey Nikulin
Vladimir Nikitchenko
I. Meden
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Stolyarov, Lyudmila Glazova, Nikolay Bubnov,
Nikolay Chaplygin, B. Keropyan, Sergey Komarov, M.
Shlenskaya, V. Savitsky
A screen version of the poem of the same name by A. Pushkin
and opera by M. Glinka
The Oppenheims
1938, ordinary, b/w, 2823 m, 103 min.
Script by Serafima Roshal
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
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Vladimir Balashov, Iosif Tolchanov, Ada Voytsik,
Nikolay Plotnikov, Osip Abdulov, Solomon Mikhoels,
Nikolay Bogolyubov, Alexey Konsovsky, Mikhail
Astangov, Eugeny Karelskykh, Sergey Martinson
A screen version of the novel of the same name by Leon
Feuchtwanger. A good Jewish family is demolished under the
influence of fascism in Germany. The head of this family – Edgar
Oppenheim, a well-known surgeon-ophthalmologist, and friendly
and promising young people around him. The fascists initiate
persecution against them. Oppenheim is put in prison, his son
commits suicide, and Edgar's brother hands over his factory to
the fascists on humiliating bases. When Oppenheim is out, he
leaves Germany together with his daughter, realizing that this
merciless country is not his Motherland any longer.
Honour
1938, ordinary, b/w, 2191 m, 80 min.
Script by Lev Nikulin
Yuly Nikulin
Directed by Eugeny Chervyakov
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Music by Yury Shaporin
Art design by Vladimir Ivanov
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
O. Glazunov, E. Isaeva, Vassily Vanin, Ivan Peltser,
Leonid Volkov, Vladimir Solovyov, Osip Abdulov
The year of 1935. At one of the railway depots sabotage is being
prepared. Its aim is to disrupt a speedy test run, conducted by
Mitya Orlov, a young engine-driver who volunteered to
participate in it. For this reason the saboteurs try out to make up a
head-on collision of the trains ran by Mitya and Vassily Orlov,
his father. However the accident was prevented by the agents of
the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs who caught the
whole band during the detection and let the speedy run succed.
1939
In Search of Joy
1939 (rest. in 1974), ordinary, b/w, 2745 m, 100 min.
Script by Fedor Panferov
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Vera Stroeva
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Gribkov, Vladimir Solovyov, Pavel Olenev, A.
Zhiltsov, Eugeny Samoylov, Inna Fyodorova
After the novel "Beams" by F. Panferov. Nikita Guryanov, a
peasant who refused to take part in collectivization and yearned
to explore an unknown land – a favored country of Muraviya. He
returns to his native village after five years of unsuccessful
search. For that time a collective farm became a native home for
his home-folks. Nikita, known as a hard-working person and a
man of good faith, is not only accepted to their collective, but
also assigned a team leader.
A Girl with a Character
1939, ordinary, b/w, 2366 m, 86 min.
Script by Gennady Fish
Iosif Sklyut
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Dmitry Pokrass
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Serova, Emma Tsesarskaya,
Andrey Tutyshkin, Alexander Antonov, Pavel Olenev,
Peter Repnin, Vsevolod Sanaev,
Sergey Blinnikov
Trying to find justice to a director-bureaucrat who spoilt all the
work of a cattle farm in the Far East, Katya Ivanova comes to
Moscow. Having rendered a saboteur harmless on her way, she
also manages to work in a dining car, fur shop and even at the
record factory. And everywhere Katya who is fond of her native
land tells about the Far East. Meanwhile her complaint is being
answered and she is assigned a director of the cattle farm and is
singled out for a reward for catching a saboteur. Together with a
group of people agitated by her she leaves for the Far East.
The Golden Key
1939 (re-duped in 1959, ordinary, b/w, 2745 m, 81 min.
Script by Alexey Tolstoy
Lyudmila Tolstaya
Nikolay Leshchenko
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Nikolay Renkov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Yu. Shvets
S t a r r i n g
A. Shchagin, Tamara Adelgeym, Sergey Martinson, G.
Uvarov, M. Dagmarov, Olga Shaganova-Obraztsova,
Nikolay Bogolyubov
A screen version of the fairy-tale of the same name by Alexey
Tolstoy based on Italian fairy-tales. Karlo, a poor organgrinder,
makes Buratino, a speaking, long-nosed little man
from a simple chock. Having escaped from his home Buratino
found himself in a world of evil and brutal beings, was beat
and outwitted not once, but he kept up his courage in him,
betrayed nobody and always remembered his father's
goodness. In the end Buratino got a golden key and opened
for his friend a secret door that led to a country where only
good and fair people lived.
Spain
1939 (rest. in 1966), ordinary, b/w, 2310 m, 76 min.
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Script by Vsevolod Vishnyevsky
Directed by Esfir Shub
Camera by Roman Karmen
Boris Makaseev
Music by Gavriil Popov
A documentary about a civil war in Spain in the end of the 30s.
Lenin in 1918
1939 (rest. in 1956), ordinary, b/w, 3068.3 m, 112 min.
Script by Alexey Kapler
Tatiana Zlatogorova
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke
Vladimir Ivanov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Shchukin, Nikolay Bogolyubov, Nikolay Cherkasov,
Valery Markov, Leonid Lyubashevsky, G. Bogatov, Z.
Dobina, Nikolay Okhlopkov, Dmitry Orlov, Vassily
Vanin, Nikolay Plotnikov
A continuation of the film “Lenin in October”. The year of 1918,
the Civil War, foreign intervention, lack of bread and fuel in the
country. Matveyev, a commendant of the Kremlin discovers a
counterrevolutionary plot against Lenin, but dies in doing so. The
assaulters manage to avoid the arrest and Fanny Kaplan shot
Lenin after a meeting at the Mikhelson plant. However Lenin
recovers and ignoring the doctors' prohibition he returns to work.
Minin and Pozharsky
1939 (re-edited in 1963), ordinary, b/w, 2998 m, 133 min.
Script by Victor Shklovsky
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Mikhail Doller
Camera by Anatoly Golovnya
Music by Yury Shaporin
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Khanov, Boris Livanov, Boris Chirkov,
Anatoly Goryunov, Lev Sverdlin, Vladimir Moskvin,
Sergey Komarov, Mikhail Astangov, I. Chuvelev
Screen version of the novel "Russians in Early XVII" by V.
Shklovsky.
The year of 1611. Polish legionaries of hetman Khodkevich
approach Moscow. In Nizhny Novgorod Kuzma Minin, a
merchant, gathers citizens-in-arms and coupled with duke Dmitry
Pozharsky heads back the enemy. The citizens-in-arms defeat the
hand-picked troops of Poland.
A September Night
1939 (rest. in 1960), ordinary, b/w, 2372 m, 105 min.
Script by Igor Chekin
Directed by Boris Barnet
Camera by Naum Naumov-Strazh
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
Art design by Vladimir Ballyuzek
S t a r r i n g
E. Abkhaidze, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Daniil Sagal, Zoya
Fyodorova, Alexander Antonov, V. Okunyova, Alexander
Zrazhevsky, Peter Savin, Vladimir Batalov, Andrey
Tutyshkin
About the Stakhanov movement initiation in Donbass. Stepan
Kulagin, a young miner, makes up his mind to change the old
calculations and coiling recovery standards. The elder generation,
including the coal-mine director, takes it with a pinch of salt.
They provoke sabotage – an explosion at the coal mine. But in
spite of everything the Stakhanov movement is supported by the
workers all over the country.
Engineer Kochin's Error
1939, ordinary, b/w, 3042 m, 111 min.
Script by Alexander Macheret
Yury Olesha
Directed by Alexander Macheret
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Art design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Zharov, S. Nikonov, Lyubov Orlova,
Nikolay Dorokhin, Boris Petker, Faina Ranevskaya,
Leonid Kmit
Based on the play "Confrontation" by the Tur brothers and L.
Sheinin.
The scene is laid in Moscow in the 30-s in the rush of spy
operations. Kochin, an engineer-designer of an avionics plant
works on top secret drafts at home at night to make the latest
modifications in it. A foreign spy assisted by Ksenia Lebedeva, a
neighbor and love of Kochin, takes pictures of the drafts. But
Ksenia tells her love about her spy activities and decides to see
an investigator immedia-tely. The spy watching her pushes her
under the train wheels in order to cover up his tracks. Kochin's
statements help the agents of People's Commissariat for Internal
Affairs to expose the enemy.
The Foundling
1939, ordinary, b/w, 2082 m, 76 min.
Script by Agniya Barto
Rina Zelyonaya
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Semyon Sheynin
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Vassily Kamardenkov
S t a r r i n g
Veronika Lebedeva, Faina Ranevskaya, Peter Repnin,
Rostislav Plyatt, Rina Zelyonaya, Olga Zhizneva, Victor
Gromov, Tatiana Barysheva, Eleonora Bykovskaya
A comedy about Natasha, a 5-year old girl, who on her own set
out on a walk about Moscow and the people who helped her.
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The Virgin Land Upturned
1939, ordinary, b/w, 3236 m, 118 min.
Script by Mikhail Sholokhov
Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Georgy Sviridov
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
Mikhail Tiunov
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Boris Dobronravov, Mikhail Bolduman,
Lyubov Kolyuzhnaya, Vladimir Dorofeev,
A. Khovansky Sergey Blinnikov,
Gavriil Belov
Screen version of the novel of the same name by M. Sholokhov.
About the sharp contradictions, difficulties and tension in
collectivization process held in the Don.
Stepan Razin
1939, ordinary, b/w, 3324 m, 121 min.
Script by Alexey Chapygin
Ivan Pravov
Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Directed by Ivan Pravov
Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Alexander Varlamov
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Abrikosov, Vladimir Gardin, Mikhail Zharov,
Sergey Martinson, Ivan Peltser
About a peasant uprising in XVII century, led by S. Razin. With
numerous troops Razin moved to Moscow but due to betrayal of
his companion’s in arm he is caught and executed. The film is
full of the Don kazaks' folk songs.
Tractor Drivers
1939 (rest. in 1964), ordinary, b/w, 2397 m, 88 min.
Script by Eugeny Pomeshchikov
Ivan Pyriev
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Anatoly Galperin
Music by Daniil Pokrass
Dmitry Pokrass
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Marina Ladynina, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Boris Andreev,
Stepan Kayukov, Peter Aleynikov, Vladimir Kolchin, E.
Borovikova, R. Dneprova-Chayka
A musical comedy.
The mid 30s. Klim Yarko, a demobilized tank driver from the Far
East returns to the Ukraine collective farm where Maryana
Bazhan, his long-standing love, lives. But Maryana is a famous
tractor-driver of the vicinity and her admirers are legion. In
attempt to get rid of them she fabricates a story of her love to
Nazar, a butch and bummer. Klim, a simple soul, finds himself in
a complicated situation but finely due to his sincerity and
industry he wins sympathies of the whole farm and the famous
Maryana's love.
1940
Women
1940, ordinary, b/w, 2416 m, 88 min.
Script by Maria Smirnova
Directed by Vladimir Batalov
Camera by Alexander Galperin
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Alla Tarasova, Andrey Abrikosov, Emma Tsesarskaya,
Vladimir Batalov,
N. Petropavlovskaya, A. Dolinin, Vladimir Novikov
About collective farmers of the Volga area who organized the
first fishing team made up of women.
It is headed by Varvara, a quite and soft woman suffering from
Stepan's, her husband, breach of faith. Finally her team overtakes
the one made up of men. It makes Stepan get a new angle on his
wife and to do justice to her.
Everyday Life
1940, ordinary, b/w, 2312 m, 84 min, co-production:
“SOVIETSKAYA BELARUS”.
Script by P. Golikov
Leonid Glazychev
Directed by Boris Shreyber
Camera by Konstantin Pogodin
Music by Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy
Art design by Vladimir Ivanov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Terentev, Galina Sergeeva, Ivan Novoseltsev,
Mikhail Derzhavin, Elena Kuznetsova, Antony
Khodursky
The year of 1940. Nikolay Slavin and Semyon Zubov, the pilots
in the civil air fleet, love the same woman - Elena. Slavin is a
quite and thinking person, Zubov - on the contrary, impetuous
and risky. Elena being the Slavin's wife wishes to leave him for
Zubov, as her husband seems too dull to her and Zubov,
romantic. However reckless Zubov is barred from flights, and
Slavin slowly but surely works to set up a record - high-altitude
flight at full load. Elena understands her mistake in time.
The Law of Life
1940, ordinary, b/w, 2774 m, 101 min.
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Script by Alexander Avdeenko
Directed by Boris Ivanov
Alexander Stolper
Camera by S. Uralov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
S t a r r i n g
Daniil Sagal, Nina Zorskaya, Osvald Glazunov, Elena
Kondrateva, Alexander Lukyanov, Grigory Shpigel, Ivan
Lyubeznov
A drama about moral counteraction between Ognerubov, the
Secretary of Obkom Komsomol, and Paromov, the Medical
College Comsomol leader.
20 Years of Cinema
1940, ordinary, b/w, 2451 m, 89 min.
Script by Yury Olesha
Alexander Macheret
Vsevolod Pudovkin
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Esfir Shub
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
A documentary about the development of Soviet cinema in the
first 20 years of its existence.
The Waltz-Concert
1940, ordinary, b/w, 1926 m, 70 min.
Script by Leonid Trauberg
Mikhail Dubson
Directed by Leonid Trauberg
Mikhail Dubson
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Leonid Kosmatov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Shostakovich, Ivan Kozlovsky, David Oystrakh,
Marina Semyonova, Olga Lepeshinskaya, Peter Gusev,
Asaf Messerer, Lyalya Chyornaya, Eddy Rozner, Andrey
Baturin
A concert of musical groups and soloists of the country.
The Beloved Girl
1940, ordinary, b/w, 2489 m, 91 min.
Script by Pavel Nilin
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Marina Ladynina, Vsevolod Sanaev, Leonid Kmit,
Alexander Zrazhevsky, Maria Yarotskaya,
Faina Ranevskaya, Alexander Sashin-Nikolsky
About the complicated relationships of a newly married couple –
Dobryakov, a worker, and Varya Lugina. Ill-treated Varya leaves
her husband. The attempts of making-up prove to be vain.
Dobryakov is jealous of Varya of Simakov, the department
Komsomol leader. Varya delivered a child, Dobryakov’s son.
The friends decide to make them up. They hit upon Dobryakov's
unshipped letter full of regrets of the break. They forward it to its
destination. Then after receiving the letter Dobryakov himself
comes to Varya.
The Bright Way
1940, ordinary, b/w, 2787 m, 102 min.
Script by Victor Ardov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Boris Petrov
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
Art design by Boris Knoblok
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Eugeny Samoylov, Elena Tyapkina,
Vladimir Volodin, Osip Abdulov, Nikolay Konovalov,
Anastasia Zueva, Rina Zelyonaya, Pavel Olenev
A story of a Soviet Cinderella. Tanya, an uneducated, but hardworking
peasant girl comes to a town and is engaged as a daily
maid first, then as a cleaning woman at the textile factory, then
starts studying. Soon she becomes an advanced weaver, and is
awarded the Order of Lenin, graduates from an institute. She is
elected deputy to the Supreme Soviet. Lebedev, an engineer who
became a director of the factory, still loves her. Having met him
at the opening ceremony of the All-Union agricultural exhibition,
Tanya realizes that she loves him too.
The Old Rider
1940, ordinary, b/w, 2627 m, 96 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Boris Barnet
Camera by Konstantin Kuznetsov
Music by Vladimir Yurovsky
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Skuratov, Anna Komolova, A. Salnikova, Alexandra
Denisova, Sergey Blinnikov, Lidia Deykun, Leonid Kmit,
Ivan Lyubeznov, Vladimir Dorofeev
About Trofimov, a well-known rider who goes on taking part in
races in spite of the advanced age, until he realizes his time has
gone and passes his experience on to his granddaughter's fiance.
Suvorov
1940 (rest. in 1968), ordinary, b/w, 2942 m, 107 min.
Script by Georgy Grebner
Nikolay Ravich
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Mikhail Doller
Camera by Anatoly Golovnya
Tamara Lobova
Music by Yury Shaporin
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
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S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Cherkasov, Alexander Yachnitsky, Mikhail
Astangov, S. Kiligin, Vsevolod Aksyonov, Alexander
Khanov, Georgy Kovrov, Alexander Antonov
A historical film about the great general Alexander Suvorov who
established the glory of Russian arms at the time of Paul I.
1941
The Magic Seed
1941, ordinary, b/w, 2370 m, 87 min, co-production: CUFS
(Alma-Ata).
Script by Alexey Simukov
Directed by Valentin Kadochnikov
Fedor Filippov
Camera by Fedor Firsov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Pereverzev, Sergey Martinson, V. Tumalaryants, N.
Zavarova, G. Kireevskaya, Vladimir Gribkov, Stepan
Kayukov
A fairy-tale about the Giant and Jack of all trades who gives the
children Andreyka and Mariyka a magic seed bringing happiness
and prosperity to people.
Two Friends (“Two Commanders”)
1941, ordinary, b/w, 2140 m, 78 min.
Script by Lev Rubinshtein
Directed by Lev Brozhovsky
Lev Ishkov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Vladimir Kochetov
Art design by Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Neshcheplenko, Grigory Pluzhnik, Lidia
Smirnova, Alexander Zrazhevsky, Vera Orlova, Peter
Sobolevsky
About struggle of the Red Army commanders against the intrigue
of foreign intelligence agents.
The Artamonovs’ Case
1941 (rest. in 1968), ordinary, b/w, 2563 m, 94 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Marian Koval
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Romodanov, T. Chistyakova, Mikhail Derzhavin,
Vera Maretskaya, Vladimir Balashov, Alexander
Smirnov, Nina Zorskaya, Grigory Shpigel, Lyubov
Orlova
Screen version of the novel of the same name by M. Gorky.
After the abolition of serfdom Ilya Artamonov opens a linen
factory. He has an unlimited striving for its reinforcement and
development. He is a regular lad among the peasants and artisans.
Everything changes on his death. Peter, Ilya’s son, is aggrieved at
the necessity of managing the difficult plant. Strife is engendered
between Artomonov and workers. Revolutionary actions are
about to happen. Ilya Artamonov the junior, a heir of the huge
business leaves the family. In October Revolution days he takes
the side of proletariat.
The Dream
1941 (rest. in 1972), ordinary, b/w, 2731 m, 100 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Genrik Vars
Art design by Vladimir Kaplunovsky
S t a r r i n g
Elena Kuzmina, Vladimir Solovyov, Victor Shcheglov,
Faina Ranevskaya, Arkady Kislyakov, Ada Voytsik,
Mikhail Astangov, Mikhail Bolduman, Rostislav Plyatt
About the fate of Ann, a peasant girl who finds herself among the
inhabitants of the "Dream" furnished rooms in one of the town of
the Western Ukraine. They are unfortunate people who can't be
settled in life that shuts the door on them. Only Anne manages to
realize her dream of worthy existence: having overcome serious
difficulties she finds herself in the USSR.
Young Man from the Taiga
1941, ordinary, b/w, 2352 m, 86 min.
Script by Alexander Filimonov
V. Distler
Directed by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Ivan Pravov
Camera by Alexey Solodkov
Music by Alexander Varlamov
Art design by Vladimir Ivanov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Pereverzev, Vladimir Gardin, Alla Kazanskaya,
L. Zankovskaya, Rostislav Plyatt, Mikhail Derzhavin,
Alexander Cheban, Pavel Geraga
Stepan Potanin, a gold-digger, works at the "Tikhy" gold-field.
His father dreams of his return to his artel and gives him a bar of
gold that has been found at the unknown lucrative gold deposit.
Stepan is accused of steeling the bar. Offended by the disbelief,
Stepan joins his father and soon they hand over to the engineers
of the gold-field new gold deposits. Stepan is assigned chief of
the mines and he makes a declaration of his love to Galina
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Polevaya, an engineer, and his father leaves in search of new
deposits.
The First Mounted Army
1941, ordinary, b/w, not finished.
Script by Vsevolod Vishnevsky
Directed by Efim Dzigan
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Gavriil Popov
Art design by V. Panteleev
S t a r r i n g
S. Goldshtab, Nikolay Bogolyubov, Alexander Khvylya,
Mikhail Yanshin, Alexey Gribov
About the combat way of the First Mounted Army led by
Semyon Budenny.
The Pig-tender and the Shepherd
1941, ordinary, b/w, 2470 m, 90 min.
Script by Victor Gusev
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Marina Ladynina, Vladimir Zeldin, Nikolay Kryuchkov,
N. Kitaev, G.Shaslivtseva, Gennady Alexeev, Osip
Abdulov
A musical comedy about the friendship and love of Glasha
Novikova, a well-known pig-tender, and Musaib Gatuev, a brave
Daghestan shepherd. They met in Moscow at the All-Union
Agricultural exhibition, fell in love with each other and agreed to
meet in a year. If it were not for the hot love of Musaib this
meeting might fail to be happened because of intrigues of a
"good onion” who is in love with Glasha.
The Hearts of the Four
1941 (rest. in 1988), ordinary, b/w, 2617.1 m, 96 min.
Script by Alexey Fayko
Anatoly Granberg
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Nikolay Vlasov
Music by Yury Milyutin
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Serova, Eugeny Samoylov, Lyudmila
Tselikovskaya, Pavel Shprigfeld, Irina Murzaeva, Andrey
Tutyshkin, Alexander Antonov, Vsevolod Sanaev,
Emmanuil Geller
A musical comedy about love. Shurochka loves Kolchin, a
lieutenant.Her elder sister Galina, a scientific worker, takes her to
the summer military camp, where she delivers lectures. By good
fortune Kolchin and Gleb Zavartsev,a zoologist, who loves
Galina attend the camp. Gradually Galina falls in love with
Kolchin, and Gleb falls in love with Shura. In the end after a
chain of funny adventures every of the “four hearts” finds peace
and happiness in reciprocal love.
Fascism will Fall
1941, ordinary, , b/w, no more information available.
Script by Boris Agapov
Esfir Shub
Directed by Esfir Shub
A propaganda film.
ANNEX TO 1941
Film programme No. 1
(“The Day is ours”)
Novel “The Three in a Crater”
Directed by Ivan Mutanov
Alexander Olenin
Three people find themselves in a bomb crater: a wounded Soviet
soldier, a nurse and a wounded German soldier. The nurse helps
both of them. The fascist trying to kill the girl is shot dead by the
Soviet soldier.
Film programme No. 3
(“The Day is ours”)
Novel “Courage”.
Directed by Boris Barnet
About Soviet scouts, discovering the secret German weapon
displacement.
Novel “Antosha Rybkin”
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
About Antosha, a cook, who wants to become a scout.
Film programme No. 4
(“The Day is ours”)
Novel “The Order is Fulfilled”.
Directed by Efim Aron
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About the heroic deed of Soviet soldier Bakov who managed to
deliver the tractor with ammunition to his unit.
Film programme No. 5
(“The Day is ours”)
Novel “Our Moscow”
Directed by Mikhail Slutsky
Documentary about Moscow.
Film programme No. 6
(“The Day is ours”)
Novel “Celebration in Zhirmunka”
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
M. Doller
About the heroic deed of a Soviet woman, destroying the fascist
invaders.
Novel “The Song to the Glory of Russian Arms”
Script by Vladimir Vainstock
The song to the Glory of Russian arms is illustrated by shots
from historical films "Alexander Nevsky", "Peter I", "Suvorov",
etc.
1942
Kotovsky
1942, ordinary, b/w, 1960 m, 72 min, co-production: CUFS
(Alma-Ata).
Script by Alexey Kapler
Directed by Alexander Faintsimmer
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Music by Sergey Prokofev
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Mordvinov, Vassily Vanin, Nikolay
Kryuchkov, Vera Maretskaya, Mikhail
Astangov, Konstantin Sorokin
A historical film about a legendary Red Army commander, hero
of the Civil War, Grigory Ivanovich Kotovsky (1881-1925)
Mashenka
1942 (rest. in 1985), ordinary, b/w, 2113 m, 77 min, coproduction:
CUFS (Alma-Ata).
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Mikhail Tiunov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Kuznetsov, Valentina Karavaeva,
D. Pankratova, Vera Altayskaya,
Georgy Svetlani
In a small town during the alarm exercise Masha Stepanova and
Alyosha Solovyov met each other. Having appointed the date,
Alyosha didn't come as he had fallen badly ill. Masha, having
found him in a hostel, started curing him. The cure of the
deceased grew into a real feeling. Alyosha also fell in love with
Masha, but his carelessness parted them. They meet again during
the White-Finland war.
Novgorod Citizens
1942, ordinary, b/w, no information about the footage
available.
Script by Peter Pavlenko
Directed by Boris Barnad
Camera by Sergey Ivanov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Lev Milchin
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Grigoryev, S. Yakunina, E. Sipavina, Nikolay
Bogolyubov, Victor Dobrovolsky,
T. Kachev, Nikolay Stepanov
About the British pilot hit on the Soviet territory and saved by
our partisans.
A Fellow from Our Town
1942, ordinary, b/w, 2543 m, 93 min, co-production: CUFS
(Alma-Ata).
Script by Konstantin Simonov
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Boris Ivanov
Camera by Sergey Uralov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Lidia Smirnova, Nikolay
Bogolyubov, Nikolay Mordvinov, Vladimir Kandelaki,
Nina Zorskaya, Vladimir Stepanov
Based on the play of the same name by K. Simonov. The scene is
laid in the early 30-s. Sergey Lukonin, known for his bravery in
his town. On graduating from school he marries Varya Burmina
and is enlisted to the tank troops. Having volunteered to go to
Spain he is taken prisoner, but escapes and avoids shooting.
Meanwhile Varya who became an actress by that time, is looking
forward to see her love. Sergey fights from the very beginning of
the Great Patriotic War, and there is no message from him –
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Varya is in despair. Once during her performance in a hospital
she finds Sergey among the wounded.
Secretary of the District Committee
1942 (rest. in 1973), ordinary, b/w, 2504 m, 91 min, coproduction:
CUFS (Alma-Ata).
Script by Iosif Prut
Directed by Ivan Pyryev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Art design by M. Krotkin
Fedor Krasny
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Vanin, Mikhail Astangov, Marina Ladynina,
Mikhail Zharov, Mikhail Kuznetsov, Boris Poslavsky,
Victor Kulakov
The scene is laid in the first year of the Great Patriotic War. The film is
about the fight of a partisan detachment led by Stepan Kochet, the
secretary of district Party Committee, against the German army
Colonel Makenau. According to a witty plan of Makenau that
outwitted Kochet, a spy enters the camp of the partisans. Their
operations fail, people are killed, Kochet himself is under arrest. But he
manages to escape. The partisans expose a spy, annihilate the German
unit and take Colonel Makenau captive.
Killers Come Out On the Road
The film was not released. 1942, ordinary, b/w, co-production:
CUFS (Alma-Ata).
Script by Manuel Bolshintsov
Vsevolod Pudovkin
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Yury Tarich
Camera by Boris Volchek
Era Saveleva
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Arthur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Astangov, S. Magarill, Boris Blinov,
A. Violinov, Olga Zhizneva, Ada Voitsik,
Oleg Zhakov
Based on Bertold Brecht's works.
ANNEX TO 1942
Film programme No. 10
Novel “Invaluable Head”
Directed by Boris Barnet
About a Polish patriot whose head is valued for five thousand
marks by fascists.
Novel “Young Wine”
Directed by Boris Aron
About resistance to fascists on the territory of the occupied
Rumania.
Film programme No. 12
Novel “The Fighter's Son”
Script by Vera Stroeva
A Soviet soldier adopts the baby-son of a woman killed by
fascists.
1943
In the Name of the Motherland
1943, ordinary, b/w, 2626 m, 96 min, co-production: CUFS
(Alma-Ata).
Directed by Dmitry Vassilev
Vsevolod Pudovkin
Camera by Boris Volchek
Era Saveleva
Art design by Abram Veksler
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Elena Tyapkina, Mikhail Zharov,
Maria Pastukhova, Olga Zhizneva,
Fedor Kurikhin, Peter Aleynikov, Vsevolod Pudovkin
Screen version of the play "The Russian People" by K. Simonov.
Captain Safonov, in spite of his deep feelings to the girl scout,
sends her with the mission to the town occupied by the fascists.
A betrayer reports them of the girl's crossing point and she gets
into the Hitler prison. Safonov sends Globa, an old and
experienced soldier, to help the girl. He manages to relax the
enemy's vigilance and to save the girl at his own life.
Wait for Me
1943, ordinary, b/w, 2479 m, 90 min, co-production: CUFS
(Alma-Ata).
Script by Konstantin Simonov
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Boris Ivanov
Camera by Samuil Rubashkin
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Yury Biryukov
Art design by Arthur Berger
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Boris Blinov, Valentina Serova, Lev Sverdlin, Pavel
Geraga, Mikhail Nazvanov, Nina Zorskaya, Elena
Tyapkina, Andrey Martynov
Melodrama based on the play of the same name by K. Simonov.
Nikolay Ermolov, a pilot, underwent all the ordeals the Great
Patriotic War: he was put out of action and burnt in the plane,
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fought the enemy alone and as a member of the partisan
detachment, was hit by a bullet not once. His closest friends left
no hope on his return. But his wife Liza in spite of the message
of her husband’s death, believed and hoped. And her faith and
love were rewarded.
Film-Concert Dedicate
to the 25th Anniversary
of the Red Army
1943, ordinary, b/w, 1771 m, 65 min.
Directed by Sergey Gerasimov
Efim Dzigan
Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Mikhail Gindin
Eugeny Efimov
Art design by Semyon Mandel
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Aksyonov, Ivan Kozlovsky, Maxim Mikhaylov,
A. Redel, M. Khrustalyov, D’Ash. Karan, Sergey
Lemeshev, Lidia Ruslanova
A film-concert with the participation of Red Banner Choir
directed by professor A.V.Alexandrov, the People's artist of the
USSR, Pyatnitsky chorus, I. Moiseev's folk dance group, circus
artists, Obraztsov's puppet theatre. The program includes the
performances of famous singers, dancers, and artists in words of
pre-war and wartime: such as I. Kozlovsky, S. Lemeshev, M.
Mikhaylov, L. Ruslanova, V.Aksenov, and others.
Kutuzov
1943, ordinary, b/w, 2799 m, 102 min.
Script by Vladimir Solovyov
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Music by Yury Shaporin
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Diky, Nikolay Okhlopkov, Sergey Zakariadze,
Vladimir Gotovtsev, Semyon Mezhinsky, Nikolay
Brilling, Nikolay Ryzhov, Sergey Blinnikov, K. Shilovtsev,
Boris Chirkov, Vladimir Ershov, Mikhail Pugovkin
A historico-biographic film about Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov
(1745-1813), lordship Smolyensky – Russian warlord, Generalfield
marshal, the follower of A.V. Suvorov. The film shows
events of the war of 1812.
1944
The Mainland
1944 (rest. in 1974), ordinary, b/w, 2261 m, 83 min.
Script by Sergey Gerasimov
Directed by Sergey Gerasimov
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Art design by Ivan Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Makarova, Victor Dobrovolsky, Peter Aleynikov,
Sofya Khalyutina, Vladimir Solovyov, Mark Bernes,
Nikolay Konovalov
An epic of the wartime. August 1941. Residents of a small town
in the Urals see their husbands and sons off to the front. Women
take their husbands' and sons' place in plants and factories
showing extraordinary leader capabilities and will. The refugees
arrive at the town together with the evacuated factory. Anne, the
main character of the film, takes a woman with children to her
house and all the rest follow her example.
At 6 O'clock P. M. after the War
1944 (rest. in 1969), ordinary, b/w, 2536 m, 93 min.
Script by Victor Gusev
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
Boris Chebotaryov
S t a r r i n g
Maria Ladynina, Eugeny Samoylov, Ivan Lyubeznov, A.
Lysak
Kudryashov, an artillerist and Varya, a kindergarten nurse were
dreaming of this day for the whole war as they promised to each
other to meet at 6 o'clock p. m. after the war. Varya went to front
as an antiaircraft warfare soldier, Kudryashov was badly
wounded, lost a leg, and decided that he was no match for a
young woman. Let her think that he was killed. But his fate and
friend help Kudryashov, and his dream of meeting Varya comes
true.
Days and Nights
1944, ordinary, b/w, 2462 m, 90 min.
Script by Konstantin Simonov
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Morits Umansky
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Solovyov, Daniil Sagal, Yury Lyubimov, Anna
Lisyanskaya, Lev Sverdlin, Mikhail Derzhavin
Screen version of the novel of the same name by K. Simonov.
The year of 1942. The battalion of captain Saburov dislodges the
fascists who penetrated in our defense from the three houses. The
Germans, having drawn the reserve force, seize this position
again. Autumn comes and ammunition delivery by the Volga
river is stopped. Being careful of every cartridge the soldiers
keep holding back the enemy. One night the Saburov's soldiers
hear the growing throb of gunfire that indicates the decisive
attack of the army at Stalingrad. Saburov's battalion goes into
assault also. The red flag is aflutter over the three houses.
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Ivan the Terrible
Part 1
1944 (rest. in 1987), ordinary, b/w, 2745 m, 100 min.
Script by Sergey Eisenstein
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Camera by Andrey Moskvin
Eduard Tisse
Music by Sergey Prokofiev
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Cherkasov, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Serafima
Birman, Pavel Kadochnikov, Mikhail Zharov, Amvrosy
Buchma, Mikhail Kuznetsov, Mikhail Nazvanov, Andrey
Abrikosov, Vsevolod Pudovkin
Historical drama.
Eisenstein referred Ivan the Terrible to as “a poet of the
state essence”, thereby stressing the main thing in the
Russian autocrat –striving to national strength and unity of
Russia, and stopping at nothing in doing so. The film
covers more than 20 years of reign of Ivan the Terrible
(1547-1567), it consists of a number of series narrating the
key episodes of his life and the infancy of the Russian
state. The first part starts with the inauguration of Ivan IV.
Then marriage to Anastasia, conquest of Kazan, Ivan's
decease, and death of tsaristza Anastasia poisoned by the
boyars, monarch reclusion to Alexandrov Sloboda and his
return.
Ivan Nikulin, the Russian Sailor
1944, ordinary, colour, 2462 m, 90 min.
Script by Leonid Solovyov
Directed by Igor Savhcenko
Camera by Fedor Provorov
Music by Sergey Pototsky
Art design by Konstantin Yuon
M. Samorodsky
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Pereverzev, Boris Chirkov, Stepan Kayukov, Erast
Garin, Zoya Fyodorova, Vsevolod Sanayev
The Great Patriotic War. Ivan Nikulin and Vassily Klevtsov, the
sailors of the Chernomorsky fleet, hurry back to their crews from
the hospital in summer 1942. In the train other sailors join them.
The fascist landing party stops the train. The sailors defeat the
landing party and form a partisan detachment. Storming their
way forward to the Black Sea, the detachment becomes a
formidable force that supports the Red Army offensive.
Invasion
1944 (rest. in 1968), ordinary, b/w, 2729 m, 100 min.
Script by Boris Chirskov
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Sergey Ivanov
Music by Yury Biryukov
Art design by Lev Milchin
L. Shildknekht
S t a r r i n g
V. Gremin, Olga Zhizneva, Oleg Zhakov, Lyudmila
Glazova, Z. Morskaya, Lyudmila Shabalina,
V. Valersky, Vassily Vanin, Grigory Shpigel
Screen version of the play of the same name by Leonid Leonov.
Fedor Talanov, a doctor, returns from imprisonment to the town
occupied by fascists. Fedor is suspected of treachery, his relatives
don't believe him. Talanov has to prove his honesty at the price
of his own life…
The Moscow Sky
1944, ordinary, b/w, 2400 m, 88 min.
Script by Mikhail Bleyman
Manuel Bolshintsov
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Art design by Nikolay Suvorov
Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Peter Aleynikov, Nina Mazaeva, Nikolay Bogolyubov,
Peter Sobolevsky, Ivan Kuznitsov, Eugeny Nemchenko
Based on the play of the same name by G. Mdivany.
The year of 1941. Ilya Streltsov, a young lieutenant, graduated
from a flying school, is appointed to a fighter unit guarding the
sky of Moscow. Friendly collective accepts Ilya to their team.
The new friends and Zoya, a young woman he loves witness his
success. For courage displayed during the combat flights Ilya is
honored the rank of the Hero of the Soviet Union.
The Native Fields
1944 (rest in 1974), ordinary, b/w, 2484 m, 91 min.
Script by Mikhail Papava
Directed by Boris Babochkin
Anatoly Bosulayev
Camera by Alexander Sigaev
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Boris Babochkin, Vassily Vanin, Olga Viklandt, Nina
Nikitina, Anastasia Zueva, Elizaveta Kuzyurina, Nina
Zorskaya
About the selfless labor of the Soviet collective farmers in the
years of the Great Patriotic War who helped the army to defeat
the fascism.
Wedding
1944, ordinary, b/w, 1770 m, 65 min.
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Script by Isidor Annensky
Directed by Isidor Annensky
Camera by Yury Ekelchik
Music by Valery Zhelobinsky
Art design by Semyon Mandel
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Gribov, Faina Ranevskaya, Erast Garin, Zoya
Fyodorova, Nikolay Konovalov, Mikhail Yanshin, Sergey
Martinson, Vera Maretskaya,
Osip Abdulov, Nikolay Plotnikov, Sergey Blinnikov,
Vladimir Vladislavsky, Lev Sverdlin, Irina Murzaeva,
Mikhail Pugovkin
Screen version of Anton Chekhov's play of the same name.
Dashenka's father hardly managed to persuade her ambitious
fiance to propose her. He gave in and specified that a general
should be certain to attend the wedding. At last the wedding
came. On the momentous occasion the distinguished guest
arrived. The fact that the general is not a general at all, but just a
captain II class, has caused a scandal at the very culmination of
the party. That frustrated the wedding.
No. 217
1944, ordinary, b/w, 2776 m, 101 min, co-production:
TASHKENT STUDIO.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Era Saveleva
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art design by Eugeny Eney
Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Elena Kuzmina, Anna Lisyanskaya, Vassily Zaychikov,
Nikolay Komissarov, Grigory Mikhailov, Vladimir
Vladislavsky, Lidia Sukharevskaya
In 1942 Tanya, the main character of the film, is sent to Germany
under number 217 together with a regular batch of soviet people
driven there. She found herself in a family of Krauss, a grocer,
who exploited Sergey Ivanovich, a soviet mathematician, as a
wiper. Helping each other they dreamed of escape and return to
motherland in spring. The death of Sergey Ivanovich, murdered
by master's son Max and his friend Kurt, infused her with
determination to revenge his death and fight for freedom. Having
bloodlessly killed Max and Kurt, Tanya escapes during the
Soviet air attack.
1945
Guilty without Guilt
1945 (rest. in 1966), ordinary, b/w, 2696 m, 98 min.
Script by Vladimir Petrov
Directed by Vladimir Petrov
Camera by Vladimir Yakovlev
Music by Nikolay Krukov
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Alla Tarasova, Viktor Stanitsin, Boris Livanov, Olga
Viklandt, Vladimir Druzhnikov, Alexey Gribov, Pavel
Massalsky
Screen version of the play of the same name by A. N. Ostrovsky.
Russia in the middle of XIX. Elena Kruchinina, a famous big-city
actress, visits a provincial town where she used to live and was
left by her lover with a newly born baby. She had a strong nerve
shock, and after recovery learned about her baby's death. On
becoming an actress, Kruchinina became famous. In her native
town she gives several performances and renders help to Grigory
Neznamov, a young actor. She meets Murov, her baby's father,
again and learns that her son is alive. After a chain of dramatic
events it turns out that Neznamov is her son.
Twins
1945, ordinary, b/w, 2281 m, 83 min.
Script by Yakov Yaluner
Mikhail Vitukhnovsky
Directed by Konstantin Yudin
Camera by Alexander Tarasov
Music by Oskar Sandler
Art design by Ivan Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Zharov, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Vera Orlova,
Andrey Tutyshkin, Pavel Shpringfeld, Dmitry Pavlov,
Konstantin Sorokin, Irina Murzaeva, Vladimir Gribkov,
Inna Fyodorova
A comedy. Having found two twins at the railway station, Lyuba
Karasyova decides to adopt them. Everybody, except Eropkin, a
Chief of city trade office, who has set his cap at the girl, tries to
help her. With his help the children disappear from Lyuba’s
room. Due to lots of funny events and confusions a real mother
of the twins appears, and Eropkin turns out to be their father.
Hello, Moscow
1945 (rest. in 1967), ordinary, b/w, 2679 m, 98 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Mark Magidson
Music by Anatoliy Lepin
Art design by Sergey Voronkov
Peter Beytner
S t a r r i n g
A. Stravinskaya, Nikolay Leonov, Leonid Pirogov, Ivan
Lyubeznov, Boris Tenin, Sergey Philippov
At the amateur performance contest of the trade schools Kolya
Leonov sings a song about Moscow accompanying himself on
the accordion. The director of the school tells his friend, who is a
writer, a story about this accordion that makes the plot of the
film.
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Ivan the Terrible
Part 2
1945 (rest. in 1986), ordinary, b/w, 2378 m, 87 min.
Script by Sergey Eisenstein
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Camera by Andrey Moskvin
Eduard Tisse
Music by Sergey Prokofiev
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Cherkasov, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Serafima
Birman, Pavel Kadochnikov, Mikhail Zharov, Amvrosy
Buchma, Mikhail Kuznetsov, Mikhail Nazvanov, Andrey
Abrikosov, Alexander Mgebrov, Mikhail Mikhailov,
Vsevolod Pudovkin
The second part of the film is devoted to oprichnina. When Ivan
Vassilevich returned from Alexandrov Sloboda the boyars
together with the King of Poland Sigizmund laid a plot. Prince
Kurbsky, his intimate, defected to the Poles. The scenes of
slaughter of the boyars and insubordinate metropolit Philip
Kolychev alternate with Ivan’s the Terrible reminiscences of his
childhood. The czar is surrounded by oprichniks headed by
Malyuta Scuratov. Ivan the Terrible revenges Efrosinya
Staritskaya, a boyar, killing her son Vladimir who claimed the
throne.
1946
Admiral Nakhimov
1946, ordinary, b/w, 2542 m, 93 min.
Script by Igor Lukovsky
Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin
Camera by Anatoly Golovnya
Tamara Lobova
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
Arnold Vaysfeld
Mikhail Yuferov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Diky, Ruben Simonov, Leonid Knyazev, Boris
Olenin, Eugeny Samoylov, Vladimir Vladislavsky,
Vsevolod Pudovkin
A historico-biographic film about life of P.S. Nakhimov, a gifted
Russian admiral (1802-1855), under whose command the
Russian fleet achieved outstanding victories in the Crimean War
of 1853-1855.
The Troublesome Unit
1946, ordinary, b/w, 2311 m, 84 min.
Script by Tyr brothers
Directed by Mikhail Zharov
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Yury Milutin
Art design by Boris Chebotarev
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Alexander Grave, Mikhail
Zharov, Vitaly Doronin, Yury Lyubimov, Vladimir
Balashov, Georgy Svetlani, Vladimir Uralsky, Sergey
Philippov
A touching comedy about the common soldiers of the Great
Patriotic War who service a false airfield that dissipates enemy's
attention. Tonya, a senior solder, and private Ogurtsov are placed
under master sergeant Semibab's orders. Ogurtsov who is in love
with Tonya, begins to have rivals in love – the pilots, and he
confides his sufferings to his diary. Tonya and Semibab
successfully expose a German spy lied up in a village, and
Ogurtsov even manages to capture a column of the enemy's
troops. And Tonya herself writes in Ogurtsov's dairy the words of
affection.

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