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1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1620 m, 59 min.
Script by Bella Zorich
Directed by Vassily Zhuravlev
Camera by Victor Semenov
Art design by Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Suteyev, I. Penzo, Vladislav Bykov, I.
Bakulin, Natasha Mikhaylova
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A comedy urging people to buy state loan bonds.
The Song about the First Girl ("The First
Girl") *
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2156 m, 79 min.
Script by Lev Golub
Nikolay Sadkovich
Directed by Lev Golub
Camera by Frants Shakh
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Altseva, Vladimir Chuvelev,
Nikolay Ivakin, P. Brezhnev, Mikhail Kalinin,
Ivan Kachalov
The film is about Sonja, a young woman, who headed the village
struggle with deserters. She had to leave her native village,
having failed to get support and understanding of her comrades.
The Way of Enthusiasts
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1993 m, 73 min.
Script by Georgy Pavlyuchenko
Nikolay Okhlopkov
Directed by Nikolay Okhlopkov
Camera by Mikhail Vladimirsky
Art design by Vassily Komardenkov
S t a r r i n g
N. Sibiryakov, V. Maslatsov, V. Panasyuk
The struggle waged by workers and peasants in the time of the
Civil War to strengthen the Soviet Power.
Revanche (“And We”, “The Print”)
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1756 m, 64 min.
Script by Mikhail Romm
Boris Altshuller
N. Zhinkin
Directed by Vassily Zhuravlev
Camera by Konstantin Strod
Art design by Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
V. Yaroslavtsev, Mikhail Viktorov, L. Korotkaya,
I. Vanyushkin, I. Sizov, Naum Rogozhkin
No information about the contents of the film.
Today
1930, ordinary, b/w, 2090 m, 76 min.
Script by Esfir Shub
Directed by Esfir Shub
Camera by Stepanov
Stilianudis
A documentary contrasting the life in the USSR and the life in
the capitalist countries.
The Remote Cossack Village (“The
Gridnevs Brothers”)
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1750 m, 64 min.
Script by Sergey Kazakov
Vladimir Kozlov
Directed by Sergey Kazakov
Vladimir Kozlov
Camera by V. Rudaevsky
Art design by Valentina Khmeleva
S t a r r i n g
A. Vanyukin, D. Zolts, T. Sokolovskaya, Zinaida
Markina, G. Melnik, F. Ivanov, N. Kopysov
About the struggle of the Gridnevs brothers and their father for
setting up a collective farm in Kuban in 1920.
Ashamed to Say...
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1600 m, 58 min.
Script by Pavel Trifonov
Pavel Armand
Directed by Pavel Armand
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Art design by Vassily Komardenkov
S t a r r i n g
Vera Maretskaya, Yu.Laptev, Inna Fyodorova,
D. Vinogradov, A. Safroshin, Peter Savin
A propaganda film about treatment of venereal diseases.
A Firm Character
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1741 m, 64 min.
Script by Alexey Dubrovsky
Boris Yurtsev
Directed by Boris Yurtsev
Camera by Vassily Khvatov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
M. Tribesova, P. Leontev, L. Filippov, Mikhail Bessonov
About young factory workers fight against heavy drinking, still
popular among older and more experienced workers.
Those Who Have Realized (“Yanosh is
Coming Tomorrow”)
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1630 m, 59 min.
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Script by Natan Zarkhi
Alexander Filimonov
Oleg Leonidov
Directed by Vladimir Kasyanov
Camera by Alexander Levitsky
Art design by Victor Aden
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Klyukvin, L. Bestayev, Antonin Pankryshev
A film about brotherhood of Soviet and Hungarian soldiers
during the imperialist war, in February-March, 1917.
Quiet Flows the Don
1930 (duped in 1933), ordinary, silent, b/w, 2388 m, 87
min.
Script by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Ivan Pravov
Sergey Bondarchuk
Directed by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Ivan Pravov
Sergey Bondarchuk
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Boris Epshteyn
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Podgorny, Andrey Abrikosov, Alexander
Gromov, Emma Tsesarskaya, R. Puzhnaya,
Georgy Kovrov, Elena Maximova
A screen version of the novel of the same name by Mikhail
Sholokhov.
Corpse de Jury *
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1553 m, 57 min.
Script by Georgy Kholmsky
Directed by Ivan Vinogradov
Camera by Valery Popov
Music by unknown
Art design by Yakov Feldman
S t a r r i n g
Peter Zinovev, Victor Uralsky, Natalya Vassilyeva, V.
Rizenko, L. Kulakov, M. Aleshchenko
No information about the contents of the film.
The Man Has Remained Alone (“The
Outline of the City”) *
1930, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2140 m, 78 min.
Script by Alexander Usoltsev-Garf
Nikolay Bogdanov
Directed by Alexander Usoltsev-Garf
Camera by Alexander Buldakov
S t a r r i n g
N. Elshevskaya, Georgy Bobynin, A. Muravin,
P. Udalov, V. Muzykant, V. Bendikovsky
About Shvedov, a confectionery factory worker, who was
to blame for an accident and death of his young wife.
1931
Arpachayskaya Poem
("Kzyl Shark")*
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1922 m, 70 min.
Script by M. Maximovich
Directed by M. Maximovich
Camera by Viktor Epshteyn
No more information about the film.
Bombist (“The Dictator”)
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2120 m, 77 min.
Script by Natan Zarkhi
Alexander Filimonov
Directed by Vassily Zhuravlyov
Camera by K. Strod
Art design by Yakov Feldman
S t a r r i n g
Antonin Pankryshev, V. Reynin, Peter Zinovev,
Alexander Gromov, Alexander Antonov, Naum Rogozhin
The engine-driver's ten-year old son Lenka Zhukov actively
participates in the struggle against interventionists in the time of
the Civil War.
Heroes of Markhota (“115”, “Hold on to the
Cement”) *
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2020 m, 74 min.
Script by Boris Shelontsev
Directed by Boris Shelontsev
Camera by Yakov Leybov
Gavriil Egiazarov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
F. Ivanov
About the workers of a cement plant who insist on working out
the Markhot ridge rich in chalky clay, out of which cement is
made.
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Two Mothers (“The Fight of Floors”,
“Solomon's Judgement”)
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2035 m, 74 min.
Script by Lev Sheffer
Yury Vasilchikov
M. Belostotsky
Directed by Lev Sheffer
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Art design by Victor Aden
S t a r r i n g
D. Yurenev, L. Bazanova, Ivan Kapralov, Emma
Tsesarskaya, S. Levitina, K. Chebysheva
About the tragic fate of Yulia, a young woman who falls in love
with a married man and loses the only child of hers. (The 2nd and
3rd parts of the film are not extant).
The Manometer-2 (“Break-up Liquidation
at the “Manometer” Plant”) *
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1540 m, 56 min.
Script by Georgy Pavlyuchenko
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Alexey Kolyuzhny
Art design by Yakov Feldman
S t a r r i n g
Peter Repnin, M. Aleshenko, Samson Polyakov, O.
Olegov, Mikhail Zharov, N. Moskvin
No information about the contents of the film.
Sailors Defend the Motherland *
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1800 m, 66 min.
Script by Victor Gusev
Directed by Vladimir Korolevich
Camera by Igor Gelyen
Art design by Yakov Feldman
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Gladkov, N. Alifanova, S. Velikhov,
F. Ivanov, Eugenia Melnikova, Elena Maximova,
Alexander Gromov
No information about the contents of the film.
Peter Ivanovich (“Petka the Organizer”)
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1541 m, 56 min.
Script by M. Alibegova
Directed by Artashes Ay-Artyan
Camera by Pavel Bezborodov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
M. Shlenskaya, I. Bykov, Ilyusha Zhukov
No information about the contents of the film.
The Comprehended Error
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1700 m, 62 min.
Script by P. Ilyin
Directed by V. Shtraus
Camera by Vl. Solodovnikov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Chistyakov, Andrey Gromov, Tatiana
Barysheva, S. Levitina, Peter Zinovev, V. Savitsky
The film shows class struggle in the country at the time of first
collective farms.(Only the 1st part of the film is extant).
Around Us
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1600 m, 58 min.
Script by Victor Gusev
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Nikolay Bravko
Camera by Vl. Solodovnikov
Music by Mikhail Starokadomsky
Leonid Polovinkin
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Konstantin Bartashevich, B. Verbitsky, Georgy Millyar,
A. Bakhmetev, K. Soloveva
No information about the contents of the film.
Turner Alexeev *
1931, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1850 m, 68 min.
Script by Ivan Pyriev
Directed by Victor Shestakov
Camera by Alexey Solodkov
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Gromov, Samson Polyakov, Eugenia
Melnikova, Alexander Novikov, Alexander
Antonov,Victor Volodin
The retired turner realizes that his knowledge and experience are
vital for young workers and comes back to the plant.
Storm
1931, ordinary, b/w, 1600 m, 58 min.
Script by B. Yadin
Directed by Grigory Levkoev
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Music by Sergey Pototsky
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Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Yanshin, Alexander Antonov, Illarion Pevtsov
The fight of Komsomols for introduction of advanced methods in
construction industry.
1932
Anokha
1932, ordinary, sound, b/w, 1500 m, 55 min.
Script by Alexander Usoltsev-Garf
Directed by Alexander Usoltsev-Garf
Camera by Nikolay Yudin
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
Andrey Nikulin
S t a r r i n g
Samson Polyakov, D. Vlasov, A. Maseev, Vassily
Makarov, Vladimir Sladkopevtsev, K. Kukarin
No information about the contents of the film.
The Master of the World
1932, ordinary, b/w, 1800 m, 66 min.
Script by Mikhail Yudin
Directed by Mikhail Yudin
Peter Zinoviev
Camera by Grigory Giber
Art design by Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Yurenev, Mikhail Filippov, Mikhail Komarov,
Andrey Babushkin, Peter Zinovev, Tatiana Barysheva
Children in a small fishermen's village dream of constructing a
fantastic radioship they have read about in the children book
"The Master of the World".
Life and People
1932, ordinary, b/w, 2800 m, 102 min.
Script by Alexander Macheret
Directed by Alexander Macheret
Camera by Alexander Galperin
Music by Vissarion Shebalin
S. Germanov
Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Okhlopkov, Viktor Stanitsin, Alexander Geyrot,
Yakovleva, Vassily Kovrigin, Samson Polyakov, Fedor
Kurikhin, Pavel Olenev
The film is about the builders of the first five-year plan. In
the centre of the plot - the competition between the teams of
workers led by Zakharov and an American specialist.
High Life
1932 (duped in 1933), ordinary, silent, b/w, 1942 m, 71
min.
Script by Bella Zorich
Pavel Lin
Directed by Boris Yurtsev
Camera by Vladimir Popov
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
Andrey Nikulin
S t a r r i n g
Boris Tenin, Olga Zhizneva, E. Menshikova, Konstantin
Gradopolov, Ivan Tverdokhleb,
Tatiana Barysheva, Emmanuil Geller
Fred, a young British sailor who accidentually finds himself in
the USSR and after a number of comic adventures he, attracted
by Soviet youth enthusiazm, goes to take part in Dneprostroy
(building of Dnepr power station).
The Wings (“The Black Cat”) *
1932, ordinary, sound, b/w, 2031 m, 74 min.
Script by Alexander Filimonov
Directed by Ilya Kravchunovsky
Mikhail Gomorov
Boris Urtsev
Camera by Alexander Urnis
Alexander Brantman
Art design by Yakov Feldman
Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Konstantin Gradopolov, Antonin Pankryshev,
P. Rozhitsky, Peter Repnin, Alexander Antonov, Georgy
Bobynin
Sergey Sedov, a Soviet pilot engages an air fight with Baru, a
famous pilot in the years of the Civil War. Many years later they
meet again at the international compe-titions held in Teheran
where the Soviet pilot was once again the victor.
The Komsomol's Patron of Electrification
("KPE")
1932, ordinary, b/w, 2750 m, 101 min.
Script by Esfir Shub
Directed by Esfir Shub
Camera by V. Solodovnikov
The first sound documentary "The Komsomol's Patron of
Electrification", where the effect of "live cinema" is employed
for the first time in the scene of the meeting.
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The Black Barrack
(“The Barrack”) *
1932, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1783 m, 65 min.
Script by Ilya Ilf
Eugeny Petrov
Directed by Mikhail Yanshin
Nikolay Gorchakov
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
V. Toporkov, Ivan Bobrov, Tatiana Barysheva, Peter
Repnin, Mikhail Yanshin, Serafima Birman, Vera
Maretskaya
The film shows the time of the first five-year plan con-structions.
I am not a Baby (“Travka's Adventure”) *
1932, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1790 m, 65 min.
Script by S. Rozanov
Directed by Artashes Ay-Artyan
Camera by Konstantin Strod
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
A. Polunin, A. Gerr, E. Olgina, M. Tribesova
No information about the contents of the film.
1933
Harry Goes In For Politics ("Always
Ready")
1933, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2075 m, 76 min.
Script by Valentin Turkin
A. Kalugin
Boris Shelontsev
Directed by Boris Shelontsev
Camera by Yakov Leybov
Art design by Vladimir Ballyuzek
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Shelovtsev, Nikolay Gavrilov, Ivan Shtraukh, L.
Losev, Ivan Bobrov, Antonin Pankryshev, Konstantin
Gradopolov
The dockers of one of the West European ports of the 30s refuse
to unload weapons disguised for wine-barrels. Garry, a sevenyear
old boy is involved in the struggle. (The 5th part of the film
is not extant).
The City Under Strike
1933, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1950 m, 71 min.
Script by Yury Genika
Alexander Filimonov
Directed by Yury Genika
Camera by Lebedev
Art design by Yu. Shvets
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Bogolyubov, S. Sokolova, Boris Livanov, Nikita
Podgorny, Lev Fenin, V. Lavrentev, Anton Antonov
A propaganda film about the high standards of Soviet armaments.
Hot Blood *
1933, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1920 m, 70 min.
Script by L. Barkhanov
Directed by Vladimir Korolevich
Camera by Igor Turovtsev
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
R. Puzhnaya, Georgy Kovrov, V. Arkasov, Mikhail
Filippov, Elena Maximova, S. Velikhov
Demobilized Red Army soldiers set up a collective farm in the
Far East in the late 20s.
Assembly Line of Death
(“The Goods of Squares”)
1933, ordinary, b/w, 2800 m, 102 min.
Script by Victor Gusev
Mikhail Romm
Ivan Pyriev
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Music by Sergey Ryauzov
Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
Nikolay Savitsky
S t a r r i n g
Ada Voytsik, Veronika Polonskaya, Tamara Makarova,
Peter Savin, Mikhail Bolduman, Mikhail Astangov,
Alexander Chistyakov
The action is laid in a fictional capitalist country in early 30s.
Young factory workers launch a strike in protest against working
on the “Assembly Line of Death” manufacturing weapons to be
sent to China and South America and be used there against the
peaceful population.
The Only Joy
1933, ordinary, b/w, 2700 m, 99 min.
Script by Boris Levin
Directed by Ivan Pravov
Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Alexander Varlamov
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Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Abrikosov, Sofya Garrel, Nikolay Plotnikov,
Emma Tsesarskaya
A psychodrama about personal family happiness as a perpetual
clog to public business.
None but Old Acquaintances *
1933, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1550 m, 57 min.
Script by Nikolay Ivakin
Mikhail Kalinin
Directed by Nikolay Ivakin
Mikhail Kalinin
Camera by Boris Volchek
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Morozov, F. Brest, Ivan Zhyvago,
F. Tarasov, Alexander Novikov
The film is about a good-for-nothing director and workers of a
factory producing inferior goods.
1934
The Merry Fellows
1934 (rest. in 1978), ordinary, b/w, 2622 m, 96 min.
Script by Nikolay Erdman
Vladimir Mass
Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Vladimir Nilsen
Music by Isaak Dunayevsky
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Leonid Utyosov, Maria Strelkova, Elena
Tyapkina, Fedor Kurikhin,
G. Arnold, Robert Erdman
An eccentric musical comedy about funny adventures of Kostya,
a young shepherd with an outstanding musical gift who becomes
a bandleader, and Anyuta, a maid who becomes a singer.
Spring Days ("Enthusiasts") *
1934, ordinary, b/w, 2400 m, 88 min.
Script by Ivan Popov
Ruben Simonov
Directed by Ruben Simonov
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Nikolay Sizov
Art design by Vladimir Ballyuzek
S t a r r i n g
Ruben Simonov, E. Tobiash, V. Gamurtsev, Galina
Sergeyeva, A. Inozemtseva, M. Zernov
A comedy about young workers of a Moscow plant, their
interests, friendship and love.
Joe (“The Son of the Master of the World”)
*
1934, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1740 m, 64 min.
Script by Alexander Litvinov
Camera by Alexey Solodkov
S t a r r i n g
Fun Dzhan, Valery Plotnikov, I. Bykov, Zhao Yun
The film shows life of Soviet and American chuckchas.
Alyona's Love (“A Song about Alyona”) *
1934, ordinary, silent, b/w, 2099 m, 77 min.
Script by L. Larsky
Boris Yurtsev
Directed by Boris Yurtsev
Camera by Alexander Brantman
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Karl Gurnyak, Lyubov Orlova, Galina Sergeeva,
Vladimir Chuvelev, Vassily Kovrigin, Alexander Antonov
A comedy about the Dzyubins, a village couple coming to settle
down in town and work at the construction of a plant.
Dreamers
1934, ordinary, b/w, 2660 m, 97 min.
Script by David Maryan
Directed by David Maryan
Camera by Nikolay Yudin
Music by Vassily Nechyaev
Art design by Vladimir Ballyuzek
S t a r r i n g
I. Neronov, Alla Tarasova, Nikolay Plotnikov,
Lev Sverdlin, Ivan Kudryavtsev, Mikhail Zharov, Sergey
Vecheslov
About an international detachment fighting in Donbass in the
years of the Civil War. People of various nationalities dreaming
about peaceful life start reconstruction of the ruined country.
Petersburg Nights
1934 (rest. in 1968), ordinary, b/w, 2893 m, 104 min.
Script by Serafima Roshal
Vera Stroeva
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Directed by Serafima Roshal
Vera Stroeva
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Music by Dmitry Kabalevsky
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Peter Beytner
S t a r r i n g
Boris Dobronravov, Ksenia Tarasova, Lyubov Orlova,
Anatoly Goryunov, Lev Fenin,
I. Doronin, Ivan Kudryavtsev
Based on F. Dostoevsky's "Netochka Nezvanova" and "White
Nights". Egor, a serf and a gifted violinist, dreams of visiting
Petersburg. When his landowner sets him at liberty he goes to the
capital but on the way he stays too long in the chief town of a
uyezd.
Bouble de Suif
1934, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1844.9 m, 67 min.
Script by Mikhail Romm
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Mikhail Chulaki
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Peter Beytner
S t a r r i n g
Galina Sergeeva, Andrey Fayt, Faina Ranevskaya,
Anatoly Goryunov, E. Mezentsova, M. Mukhin, Tatjana
Okunyevskaya, Peter Repnin
Screen version of G. de Maupassant's story of the same name.
Happiness (“Money-Grubbers”)
1934, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1819 m, 66 min.
Script by Alexander Medvedkin
Directed by Alexander Medvedkin
Camera by Gleb Troyansky
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Peter Zinovyev, Elena Yegorova, Lidia Nenasheva,
Vladislav Uspensky, G. Mirgoryan, Lavrenyev
Khmyr, a poor peasant who for many years searches good life
anywhere in the world. He finds a burse with money, buys a
horse and gathers the plenteous harvest, but the landowner and
priest deprive him of everything, and police lashes and sends him
to the war. After the victory of Revolution Khmyr becomes a
collective farmer and once saves bread-corn from thieves.
Respect of the collective farmers makes Khmyr realize, that it is
the very place where he has found his happiness.
Private Life of Peter Vinogradov
1934, ordinary, b/w, 2500 m, 91 min.
Script by Lev Slavin
Directed by Alexander Macheret
Camera by Eugeny Slavinsky
Music by Lev Knipper
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Boris Livanov, V. Tsishevsky, Konstantin Gradopolov,
Galina Pashkova, Nadezhda Ardy
Three young men come to Moscow from a remote provincial
town to work at an automobile plant.
1935
Airtown
1935 (rest. in 1971), ordinary, b/w, 2296 m, 84 min, coproduction:
UKRAINFILM
Script by Alexander Dovzhenko
Directed by Alexander Dovzhenko
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Mikhail Gindin
Nikolay Smirnov
Music by: Dmitry Kabalevsky
Art design by Alexey Utkin
V. Panteleev
S t a r r i n g
Stepan Shagayda, Sergey Stolyarov, Eugenia Melnikova,
Stepan Shkurat, M. Tabunasov,
I. Kim, Boris Dobronravov
The early 30s. The Far East. In the center of the plot – a struggle
of Siberian people against samurai-saboteurs, attempting to
disrupt the construction of Soviet defense outpost on the eastern
border of the USSR.
Enemy Passages
1935, ordinary, b/w, 2783 m, 102 min.
Script by Ivan Shukhov
Ivan Pravov
Directed by Olga Preobrazhenskaya
Ivan Pravov
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Nikolay Vlasov
Music by Daniil Pokrass
Art design by Dmitry Kolupaev
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Narokov, Andrey Abrikosov, Boris Tenin, Emma
Tsesarskaya, Nikolay Plotnikov, Marina Ladynina
Based on the novel "Hate" by I. Shukhov about the
organization of first collective farms in the Kazakh steppe.
The Cosmic Flight
1935, ordinary, b/w, 1915 m, 70 min.
Script by Alexander Filimonov
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Directed by Vassily Zhuravlyov
Camera by Alexander Galperin
Art design by Alexey Utkin
Mikhail Tiunov
Yu. Shvets
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Komarov, Vassily Kovrigin, Nikolay Feoktistov,
V. Gaponenko, K. Moskalenko
A science-fiction film about interplanetary flights of Soviet
scientists.
Pilots
1935, ordinary, b/w, 2200 m, 80 min.
Script by Alexander Macheret
Directed by Yury Rayzman
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Shchukin, Ivan Koval-Samborsky, Eugenia
Melnikova, Alexander Chistyakov, Grigory Levkoev,
Inna Fyodorova
A narrative about the future pilots, cadets of the general aviation
flying school.
The Football and the Heart (“Not Even a
Namesake”) *
1935, ordinary, silent, b/w, 1815 m, 66 min.
Script by I. Vershinin
L. Lukatsky
Directed by Boris Yurtsev
Camera by Alexander Brantman
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
V. Panteleev
S t a r r i n g
Galina Sergeeva, Peter Sobolevsky,
S. Makutonin, Alexander Antonov, Andrey Tutyshkin
A comedy about two rival football teams, one of which nearly
lost the game because their goal-keeper had fallen in love.
The New Gulliver
1935 (rest. in 1960), ordinary, b/w, 1877 m, 80 min.
Script by Grigory Roshal
Alexander Ptushko
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Nikolay Renkov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Sarra Mokil
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Konstantinov, I. Yudin, Ivan Bobrov, F. Brest
Based on “The Gulliver's Travels” by J. Swift.
Old Luven's Cabin *
1935, ordinary, b/w, 1733 m, 63 min.
Script by Mikhail Prishvin
Directed by Alexander Litvinov
Camera by Pavel Mershin
Sergey Uralov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Vladimir Ballyuzek
S t a r r i n g
N. Pokhorni, K. Ennings, P. Smirnov, Tu Si
Based on the novel "Ginseng" by M. Prishvin (“The Root of
Life”), depicting the setting-up of a deer-breeding collective
farm in the Ussury region before the end of the Civil War.
1936
A Girl from Kamchatka
1936, ordinary, b/w, 1938 m, 71 min.
Script by Mikhail Dubson
Directed by Alexander Litvinov
Camera by V. Serebrenyakov
Boris Petrov
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Mikhail Tiunov
S t a r r i n g
Zinaida Zanoni, Nikolay Khryashchikov,
I. Yudin, A. Safroshin, Mikhail Victorov
An adventure film about a geological expedition exploring
the South of Kamchatka for oil, who finds itself in a
situation of emergency in the area of the active volcano.
Captain Grant's Children
1936, ordinary, b/w, 2390 m, 87 min.
Script by Oleg Leonidov
Directed by Vladimir Vaynshtok
Camera by Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
Art design by Vladimir Ballyuzek
Yakov Rivosh
S t a r r i n g
Yura Yurev, Olga Bazanova, Yakov Segel, Maria
Strelkova, Nikolay Vitovtov, Nikolay Cherkasov, Ivan
Chuvelyov, Mikhail Romanov
After the novel of the same name by Jule Verne.
Convicts
1936, ordinary, b/w, 2595 m, 95 min.
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Script by Nikolay Pogodin
Directed by Eugeny Chervyakov
Camera by Mikhail Gindin
Boris Petrov
Music by Yury Shaporin
Art design by Boris Knoblok
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Astangov, Alexander Cheban, Boris
Dobronravov, Vera Yanukova, Nadezhda Ermakovich,
Mikhail Yanshin, Boris Tamarin
A troop train with the group of convicts arrives to NKVD
(People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs) camp situated in the
North. Among them – Sadovsky, an engineer-wrecker, and
Kostja the Captain, a criminal, who becomes a ringleader soon
and forbids everybody to come to work. The chekists start to
reform them.
Paris Dawns
1936 (rest. in 1970), ordinary, b/w, 2772 m, 101 min.
Script by Grigory Shakhovkoy
Grigory Roshal
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Plotnikov, Antonina Maksimova,
Andrey Abrikosov, Viktor Stanitsyn, D. Dorlnak, Anatoly
Goryunov, Vladimir Belokurov,
Vera Maretskaya
A film about a heroic struggle of the Paris Commune against the
Versailles.
We Come from Kronstadt
1936 (rest. in 1969), ordinary, b/w, 2488 m, 91 min.
Script by Vsevolod Vishnevsky
Directed by Yefim Dzigan
Camera by Naum Naumov-Strazh
Ya. Berliner
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Zaychikov, Georgy Bushuev,
Nikolay Ivakin, Oleg Zhakov, Raisa Esipova,
Peter Kirillov
About a heroic struggle of Baltic fleet sailors against Yudenich's
units. The film characters are created from the real sailors' letters
and old military songs.
The Party Card
1936 (rest. in 1972), ordinary, b/w, 2742 m, 103 min.
Script by Katerina Vinogradskaya
Directed by Ivan Pyriev
Camera by Anatoly Solodkov
Music by Valery Zhelobinsky
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
S t a r r i n g
Ada Voytsik, Andrey Abrikosov, Igor Maleev,
Maria Yarotskaya, E. Chesnokova, Inna Fyodorova,
Sergey Tsenin
The year of 1932. A new man is employed by one of the Moscow
plants. Being a hard-working and mentally agile person, he
becomes a forward worker soon and wins love of Ann, an
activist. However, this man turns out to be a spy, and Ann herself
exposes him.
The Generation of Victors
1936 (rest. in 1976), ordinary, b/w, 3882 m, 110 min.
Script by Grigory Roshal
Vera Stroeva
Directed by Vera Stroeva
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Music by Nikolay Kryukov
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Shchukin, Nikolay Khmelyov, Vera Maretskaya,
Ksenia Tarasova, Anatoly Goryunov, Nikolay Plotnikov,
Osip Abdulov, Vassily Solovyov, Vladimir Kandelaki
The film is about the revolutionary struggle against tsarism
during the first Russian Revolution.
The Last Night
1936 (rest. in 1985) , ordinary, b/w, 2700 m, 98 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Yuly Rayzman
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Dmitry Feldman
Music by Alexander Veprik
Art design by Alexey Utkin
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Peltser, Maria Yarotskaya, Nikolay Dorokhin,
Vladimir Popov, Alexey Konsovsky, Vladimir Gribkov,
Nikolay Rybnikov, Sergey Vecheslov, Tatiana
Okunevskaya
Based on the story "Quite Brovkin" by E. Gabrilovich. The last
night of Russian Impair – October, 1917. The film shows the life
of two people – Leontev, a capitalist, and Zakharkin, a worker.
The Motherland Calls You
1936, ordinary, b/w, 2333 m, 85 min.
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Script by Valentin Kataev
Alexander Macheret
Directed by Alexander Macheret
Camera by Nikolay Renkov
Music by Gavriil Popov
Valerian Bogdanov-Berezovsky
Art design by Vassily Rakhals
Peter Beytner
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Kedrov, Eugenia Melnikova, Alla Garder,
Anatoly Goryunov, E. Shakhet, Peter Berezov
The film is about patriotism of the Soviet people ready to defend
their motherland from fascist aggressors at the first call.
Thirteen
1936 (rest. in 1985), ordinary, b/w, 2355 m, 87 min.
Script by Iosif Prut
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Anatoly Alexandrov
Art design by Vladimir Egorov
Mikhail Karyakin
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Novoseltsev, Elena Kuzmina, Alexander Chistyakov,
Andrey Fayt, Ivan Kuznetsov, A. Dolinin, Peter Masokha
About a heroic deed of thirteen Soviet frontier guards who are
killed in a battle with a numerous band of basmaches. The scene
is laid in the 20s.
Circus
1936 (rest. in 1970), ordinary, b/w, 2578 m, 94 min.
Script by Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Vladimir Nilsen
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Eugenia Melnikova, Vladimir Volodin,
Sergey Stolyarov, Pavel Massalsky, Alexander
Komissarov, Fedor Kurikhin
A musical film based on the comedy "Under the Big Top" by I.
Ilf and E. Petrov. In the mid-30s Marion Dikson, an American
woman, escapes from the USA with her little black son. Being
aware of her private life fon Kneishits, a circus artist, blackmails
her forcing her to work with him. Having performed an offbeat
attraction in the USSR, Marion finds new friends, meets her love
and makes a decision to stay here forever.
Wonder-Worker
1936, ordinary, b/w, 2187 m, 80 min.
Script by Alexander Medvedkin
Directed by Alexander Medvedkin
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by I. Meden
S t a r r i n g
Z. Bokareva, S. Bulaevsky, E. Ibragimova-
Dobrzhanskaya, Z. Sazhin, V. Smetana-Tolstova, Leonid
Alexeev, Ivan Shtraukh
About Zina, a milkmaid in a cattle-breeding farm who was called
a "wonder-worker" among the people.
1937
Bezhin Meadow
1935 – the first version of the film.
1937 – the second version of the film.
Script by Alexey Rzheshevsky
Revised by Isaak Babel
Sergey Eisenstein
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Art design by Alexey Utkin
Abram Vaysfeld
Music by Gavriil Popov
S t a r r i n g
Vitya Kartashov, Boris Zakhava ( in the 1st version),
Nikolay Khmel (in the 2nd version), Vassily Orlov, Peter
Arzhanov (in the 2nd version), Ekaterina Teleshova,
Yakov Zaytsev
The film was not released. In 1968 Naum Kleyman and Sergey
Yutkevich, using the cuts saved by the cutter E. Tobak, made a
photographic film that contains the main episodes of Sergey
Eisenstein's unfinished film. Music is taken from Sergey
Prokofev's compositions.
Gavroche
1937 (rest. in 1976), ordinary, b/w, 2043 m, 76 min.
Script by Grigory Shakhovskoy
Directed by Tatiana Lukashevich
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Music by Yury Nikolsky
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
Alexander Zharenov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Smorchkov, Ivan Novoseltsev, Nina Zorskaya,
Dima Popov, A. Korablyov, Pavel Massalsky
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Based on the novel "Les Miserables" by V. Hugo, about
Gavroche, a Paris boy killed at the barricades during the French
revolution.
Lenin in October
1937 (rest. in 1964), ordinary, b/w, 1813 m, 103 min.
Script by Alexey Kapler
Directed by Mikhail Romm
Camera by Boris Volchek
Music by Anatoly Alexandrov
Art design by Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke
N. Solovyov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Shchukin, S. Goldshtab, Vladimir Pokrovsky,
Nikolay Okhopkov, Vassily Vanin, K. Korobova, Andrey
Kovalevsky, Nikolay Sokolov
Lenin returns from Finland and together with his comrades starts
working out a plan of an armed uprising. The film depicts the
events of October, 1917.
In the Far East
1937, ordinary, b/w, 2774 m, 101 min.
Script by Peter Pavlenko
S. Ueyting
Directed by David Maryan
Camera by Valentin Pavlov
Music by Yury Milyutin
Art design by Vassily Kamardenkov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Bogolyubov, Lev Sverdlin, Mikhail Bolduman, N.
Koshkina, Vassily Zaychikov, N. Ivanin, Vladimir
Uralsky
About the construction of an important frontier road in the Far
East, which is to go across the Golden Pass.
Country of the Soviets
1937, ordinary, b/w, 1945 m, 71 min.
Script by Boris Agapov
Esfir Shub
Directed by Esfir Shub
Camera by Eduard Tisse
B. Krymov
D. Feldman
Music by L. Shteinberg
Nikolay Kryukov
A chronicle documentary about the first years of Soviet
power.
The Youth
1937 (rest. in 1973), ordinary, b/w, 1702 m, 67 min.
Script by N. Nechvolodova
Directed by Leonid Reznichenko
Camera by Alexey Solodkov
Music by Eugeny Zharkovsky
Art design by Mikhail Tiunov
S t a r r i n g
I. Aleychenkov, Eugenia Melnikova, Ya. Rykov, Ivan
Bobrov, Semyon Svashenko, S. Kelesidi
About the struggle against the Vrangel troops in the Crimea in
1920.
1938
Alexander Nevsky
1938 (rest. in 1986), ordinary, b/w, 3025 m, 111 min.
Script by Peter Pavlenko
Sergey Eisenstein
Directed by Sergey Eisenstein
Dmitry Vassilev
Camera by Eduard Tisse
Music by Sergey Prokofev
Art design by Iosif Shpinel
N. Solovyov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Cherkasov, Nikolay Okhlopkov, Andrey
Abrikosov, Dmitry Orlov, Vladimir Novikov, N. Arsky,
Varvara Massalitinova, Valentina Ivashova
A historico-biographic film about the outstanding Russian
warlord who won the bright victory in the battle with dogsknights
of the Teuton order on the Chudskoe Ozero in 1242.
Soldiers of the Marsh
1938, ordinary, b/w, 1958 m, 71 min.
Script by Yury Olesha
Alexander Macheret
Directed by Alexander Macheret
Camera by Eugeny Andrikanis
Music by Lev Shvarts
Art design by Arthur Berger
Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Semyon Mezhinsky, Oleg Zhakov, S. Shirokova,
Alexander Zrazhevsky, Alexey Konsovsky, I. Doronin,
Alexey Gribov, Vassily Vanin, Ivan Koval-Samborsky
About the fight of German Communists against fascism in
Germany in mid-30s. The prisoners of the concentration "labour
camps" were referred to as the "Soldiers of the Marsh". An
underground communist finds himself in such a camp. His
friends at the expense of their own lives help him to escape. Paul
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keeps struggling and becomes an organizer of a strike at the
avionics plant.
The Volga River
1938 (new version in 1961), ordinary, b/w, 2904 m, 106 min.
Script by Mikhail Volpin
Nikolay Erdman
Grigory Alexandrov
Directed by Grigory Alexandrov
Camera by Boris Petrov
Music by Isaak Dunaevsky
Art design by Georgy Grivtsov
Miron Karyakin
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Igor Ilinsky, Pavel Elenev, Andrey
Tutyshkin, Sergey Antimonov, Vladimir Volodin, Maria
Mironova, Nikita Kondratev, A. Dolinin, Vsevolod
Sanaev, Ivan Chuvelev
A musical comedy about the adventures of two amateur
theatricals choirs of a small Ural town who yearned to compete
sailing the rivers Chusovaya, Volga, and the channel of Moscow.
A song written by Dunya nicknamed Strelka wins the contest
despite the interference of Byvaly, a bureaucrat.
If War Begins Tomorrow
1938, ordinary, b/w, 1805 m, 66 min.
Script by Mikhail Svetov
Efim Dzigan
Georgy Beryozko
Directed by Efim Dzigan
Lazar Antsy-Polovsky
Georgy Beryozko
Camera by Eugeny Efimov
Music by Daniil Pokrass
Dmitry Pokrass
Art design by Mikhail Tiunov
A propaganda film of the year of 1938 about the readiness of the
USSR to rebuff any aggressor. In the first days of the intended
war the powerful meetings of the capitalist countries industrial
centers' proletariat supported the Red Army's success. The enemy
is routed in the nearest time. The film is based on the
documentary episodes taken during the exercise maneuvers of the
Red Army.

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