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Bad Joke
1966, ordinary, b/w, 2795 m, 102 min.
Script by Leonid Zorin
Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Directed by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Camera by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Evstigneev, Victor Sergachyov, Georgy Georgiu,
Alexander Gruzinsky, Elizaveta Nikishchikhina, Pavel
Pavlenko, Gleb Strizhenov, Zoya Fyodorova
Made after Fedor Dostoevsky's story of the same name. A satirical
film, where tragedy of the small bureaucrat life, who is knoked down
by the class barriers and poverty, and cutting irony over the top
bureaucrats are closely mixed up.
The Elder Sister
1966, ordinary, b/w, 2788 m, 102 min.
Script by Alexander Volodin
Directed by Georgy Natanson
Camera by Valery Vladimirov
Music by Vladlen Chistyakov
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Doronina, Mikhail Zharov, Natalia Tenyakova,
Vitaly Solomin, Leonid Kuravlyov, Valentina Sharykina,
Eugeny Evstigneev
Made after A. Volodin’s play of the same name. It is a story
about two sisters, who grew up without parents, and about
difficult choice of their lives’ way.
The Tunnel
1966, w/s, b/w, 2679 m, 98 min, co-production:
“BUKURESHTI” (Romania)
Script by Georgy Vladimirov
Franchisk Muntyanu
Directed by Franchisk Muntyanu
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Chen Yu-Lan
Music by D. Grigoriu
Art Design by M. Bogos
Arnold Vaysfeld
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Loktev, Ion Dikisyanu, Valentina Malyavina,
Margereta Pyslaru, Lev Prygunov, Emmerikh Sheffer,
Victor Filippov
Six scouts, Russian and Romanian, at the expense of their lives
fended Hitlerites off from destroing the stratigic key site – tunnel
on the way of the Soviet Army offencive.
A Man Without a Passport
1966, w/s, b/w, 2716 m, 99 min.
Script by Vladimir Kuznetsov
Directed by Anatoly Bobrovsky
Camera by Vladimir Boganov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Zamansky, Gennady Frolov,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Lionella Skirda,
Alexey Eybozhenko, Mikhail Pogorzhelsky
About a dramatic life of a man who was recruited by a foreign
secret agency and who was sent to work in the USSR, and about
the way he was hounded down and accounted by our agents.
The Man I Love
1966, w/s, colour, 2560 m,, 93 min.
Script by Leonid Zavalnyuk
Yuly Karasik
Directed by Yuly Karasik
Camera by Era Saveleva
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Zhzhenov, Eugeny Gerasimov,
Nikolay Merzlikin, Tamara Syomina,
Alevtina Vitruk, Sergey Vanyashkin
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After A. Zavalnyuk's story “Rodka Muromtsev's Diary”.
Two sons of engineer Muromtsev early became motherless
and the whole burden of their education fell on their
father's sholders, who never married again.
A Devil With a Portfolio
1966, w/s, b/w, 1901 m, 69 min.
Script by Esfir Buranova
Vassily Katinov
with the participation of
Alexander Yakovlev
Directed by Vladimir Gerasimov
Camera by Galina Pyshkova
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Leonid Kozlov
S t a r r i n g
Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Nikolay Volkov,
Savely Kramarov, Lev Durov, Yury
Medvedev, Pavel Shpringfeld,
Vera Ivleva
A satiric comedy about a man of principle and courage reporter
of a rural newspaper who loses all his good qualities after he
becomes editor for one day.
I Am a Soldier, Mother
1966, w/s, b/w, 2429 m, 89 min.
Script by Leonid Rizin
Directed by Manos Zakharias
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by John Ter-Tatevosyan
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Valentin Zubkov, Sergey Shakurov, Adolf Ilin, Valery
Kuzmin, Vladimir Grammatikov, Vladimir Serobabin,
Vyacheslav Rebrikov
About a clash of two characters of the company sergeant major
and conscript under the new conditions of peaceful days of the
Soviet Army, where the necessity of becoming proficient in
technics is paramount.
1967
Anna Karenina
1967, w/f, colour, 3975 m., 145 min.
Script by Vassily Katanyan
Alexander Zarkhi
Directed by Alexander Zarkhi
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Rodion Shchedrin
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Samoylova, Nikolay Gritsenko, Vassily Lanovoy,
Yury Yakovlev, Boris Goldaev,
Anastasia Vertinskaya, Iya Savvina, Maya Plisetskaya
A two-part film made after L. Tolstoy's novel of the same name.
Arena
1967, colour, 3313 m, 97 min.
Script by Vladimir Kapitanovsky
Samson Samsonov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Mikhail Suslov
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art Design by Boris Blank
Vladimir Kamsky
S t a r r i n g
Margarita Volodina, Adolf Dymsha, Valentin Skulme,
Gleb Strizhenov, Kazimir Zabulionis, Yanis Melderis,
Peter Kvaskov
About tragic events during the war, which happened to the artists
of the circus on the territory occupied by the fascists, about unity
of the people of different nations and their resistance to the
invaders.
Women’s Kingdom
1967, ordinary, b/w, 2660 m, 97 min.
Script by Yury Nagibin
Directed by Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Rimma Markova, Nina Sazonova, Svetlana Zhgun,
Alexandra Dorokhina, Valentina Stolbova, Vera Popova,
Svetlana Sukhovey, Anatoly Kuznetsov
About Russian women, who knew much sorrow of the enemy
invasion, the whole burden of the Great Patriotic War and first
years of the reconsruction.
Ballad About a Commissar
1967, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 1911.7 m, 70 min.
Script by Victor Poteykin
Directed by Alexander Surin
Camera by Vladimir Osherov
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Leonid Pertsev
S t a r r i n g
Yury Nazarov, Galina Polskikh, Victor Shulgin,
Alexander Titov, Talgat Nigmatulin
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About courage of the Red Army commander, who was captured
by the white guard people on a small island.
Spring on the Oder
1967, w/s, b/w, 2799 m, 102 min.
Script by Leon Saakov
Nikolay Figurovsky
Directed by Leon Saakov
Camera by Valery Vladimirov
Music by Eduard Kolmanovsky
Art Design by Peter Pashkevich
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Kuznetsov, Anatoly Grachyov, Lyudmila
Chursina, Georgy Zhzhenov, Yury Solomin, Peter
Shcherbakov, Vladislav Strzhelchik
Based on E. Kazakevich's novel of the same name, about the last
days of the Second World War.
Viy
1967, ordinary, colour, 2124 m, 78 min.
Script by Alexander Ptushko
Konstantin Ershov
Georgy Kropachev
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Konstantin Ershov
Georgy Kropachev
Camera by Fedor Provorov
Vladimir Pishchalnikov
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Kuravlyov, Natalia Varley, Alexey Glazyrin,
Nikolay Kutuzov, Vladimir Zakharchenko, Peter
Vesklyarov, Vladimir Salnikov
Made after N. V. Gogol's story of the same name.
Retribution
1967, w/s, b/w, 3829 m, 140 min.
Script by Alexander Stolper
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Kirill Lavrov, Anatoly Papanov, Lyudmila Krylova,
Alexander Plotnikov, Yury Stoskov, Yury Vizbor,
Grigory Gay, Sergey Shakurov, Mikhail Ulyanov
After K. Simonov's novel “One Isn't Born a Soldier” about
German troops defeat on the Volga.
War and Peace
4th part “Pyer Bezukhov”
1966 (rest. in 1988), w/f, colour, 3428 m, 125 min.
Script by Sergey Bondarchuk
Vassily Solovyov
Directed by Sergey Bondarchuk
Camera by Anatoly Petritsky
Alexander Shelenkov
Chen Yu-Lan
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Semyon Valyushok
Said Menyalshchikov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Saveleva, Sergey Bondarchuk, Vyacheslav
Tikhonov, Viktior Stanitsyn, Boris Zakhava, Kira
Golovko, Seryozha Ermilov, Irina Gubanova, Anatoly
Ktorov, Antonina Shuranova, Anastasia Vertinskaya,
Boris Smirnov, Irina Skobtseva, Vassily Lanovoy
Pyer Bezukhov's psychologic searches and Natasha Rostova's
misery continue against tragic and dramatic events – the fire in
Moscow, robberies and marauding, the French Army retreat.
Doctor Vera
1967, ordinary, b/w, 2438 m, 89 min.
Script by Boris Polevoy
Alexey Leontev
Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Directed by Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Irina Tarkovskaya, Ninel Myshkova, Georgy Zhzhenov,
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Victor Korshunov, Klarina
Vorontsova, Artem Inozemtsev
About doctor's life, who during the War had to stay with injured
soldiers in the town occupied by fascists. Forced to live a double
life she deadly fought against hitlerites, saving injured soldiers.
The House and its Owner
1967, w/s, b/w, 2470 m, 90 min.
Script by Budimir Metalnikov
Directed by Budimir Metalnikov
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Lapikov, Alexandra Solovyova, Stefaniya Stanyuta,
Boris Novikov, Eugeny Shutov, Peter Lyubeshkin,
Valentina Ananyna
About dramatic life of a farmer, veteran, who has to gone off to
the town in search of living and to leave his family and farm.
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Evgeny Urbansky
1967, ordinary, b/w, 1990 m, 73 min.
Script by Alexander Rekemchuk
Directed by Ekaterina Stashevskaya-
Narodnitskaya
Camera by German Shatrov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Albert Rudachenko
S t a r r i n g
Dzidra Rittenberg, Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Eugeny
Leonov, Sofia Pavlova, Nina Drobysheva, Vassily
Livanov, Alexander Fadeev
A memorial film about one of the outstanding Russian actors,
who was brought to an early grave during camerawork of a film.
If You Prize Your House
1967, ordinary, b/w, 2557 m, 93 min.
Script by Eugeny Vorobyov
Vassily Ordynsky
Konstantin Simonov
Directed by Vassily Ordynsky
Camera by Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art Design by Arnold Vaysfeld
About the way Hitlerite Germany unleashed the Second World
War, attacked the USSR and about heroic defense of the capital
and German-fascists troops defeat near Moscow. Marshal G.
Zhukov, K. Rokossovsky and others pass the events in review.
The Iron Stream
1967, w/f, colour, 3676 m, 107 min.
Script by Arkady Perventsev
Efim Dzigan
Directed by Efim Dzigan
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Vano Muradeli
Art Design by Peter Kiselyov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Alexeev, Lev Frichinsky, Nikolay Denisenko,
Vladimir Ivashov, Nikolay Dupak, Irina Myrzaeva, Nina
Alisova
Made after A. Serafimovich’s novel of the same name about a
legendary campaign of the Tamanskaya Army in the summer of
1918, about struggle of Kuban people for Soviet power.
Stars and Soldiers
1967, w/s, b/w, 1944 m, 71 min, co-production:”MAFILM”
(Hungary)
Script by Georgy Mdivani
Dyula Khernadi
Miklosh Yancho
Directed by Miklosh Yancho
Camera by Tomash Shomlo
Art Design by Boris Chebotaryov
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Konyukhova, Kristina Mikolaevska, Tibor
Molnar, Ezhef Madarash, Andrash Kazak, Yukhas
Yatsint, Anatoly Yabbarov
About heroism of the Red Army soldiers, representatives of
different nations, who fought together during the Civil War.
The Outcome
1967, w/s, colour, 2460 m, 90 min, co-production:
“MONGOLKINO” (Mongolia)
Script by Yulian Semyonov
Bazaryn Shirendyb
Directed by Anatoly Bobrovsky
Buntar Zhamyangiyn
Camera by Vladimir Boganov
Damdin Khaltoryn
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
L. Murdorzh
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
L. Gava
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Zamansky, Alexander Lemberg, Natalia
Fateeva, Vladimir Muravyov, N. Dugarsanzha, D.
Damdinsuren, L. Lkhasuren
About a defeat of baron Ungern’s detachments by the units of the
Red Army and Sukhe-Bator’s troops in the Far East.
The Commissar
1967 (rest. in 1988), ordinary, b/w, 2965.8 m, 108 min.
Script by Alexander Askoldov
Directed by Alexander Askoldov
Camera by Valentin Ginzburg
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Sergey Serebrennikov
S t a r r i n g
Nonna Mordyukova, Roland Bykov, Vassily Shukshin,
Raisa Nedashkovskaya, Lyudmila Volynskaya
The film is based on V. Grossman narrative “In Berdichev
Town”. The main character, commissar Klavdiya Vavilova, is
going to birth a child in the climax of the combat operations in
Ukraine. In this difficult situation she finds support and home in
the family of poor craftsman Efim Magazannik, the father of
large family.
The End of “Saturn”
1967, w/s, b/w, 2651 m, 97 min.
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Script by Vassily Ardamatsky
Mikhail Bleyman
with the participation of
Vilen Azarov
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Volkov, Georgy Zhzhenov, Eugeny Kuznetsov,
Arkady Tolbuzin, Vladimir Kashpur, Vladimir
Muravyov, Nikolay Grabbe
About a continuation of the successful, full of danger, work of
our agent in the German subversive organization "Saturn".
A Hard Nut
1967, ordinary, colour, 2141 m, 78 min.
Script by Efraim Savela
Directed by Teodor Vulfovich
Camera by Samuil Rubashkin
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art Design by Sergey Voronkov
Artur Berger
S t a r r i n g
Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Vitaly Solomin, Vladimir
Lippart, Vitaly Abramov, Yury Sorokin, M. Levinton,
Pavel Vinnik
An adventure comedy. The scene is laid in 1941. The whole
anty-aircraft defense unit consists of girls. The smallest of them
is trouble enough to the commander. The leutenant tries to train
her to discipline.
Major Vikhr
1967, ordinary, TV film, colour, 5383 m, 196 min.
Script by Yulian Semyonov
Directed by Eugeny Tashkov
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Vadim Kislykh
Lev Semyonov
S t a r r i n g
Vadim Beroev, Anastasia Voznesenskaya, Alexander
Shirvindt, Eugeny Teterin, Vladislav Strzhelchik,
Vladimir Gusev, Vladimir Kenigson
About a group of Soviet scouts with major Vikhr in charge who
saved the Polish town of Krakow during the War.
It’s Quiet Here
1967, ordinary, b/w, 2328 m, 85 min.
Script by Georgy Svirsky
Georgy Shchukin
Directed by Georgy Shchukin
Camera by Victor Listopadov
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art Design by Tamara Antonova
Boris Tsaryov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Nikonenko, Mikhail Gluzsky,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Nikolay Timofeev,
Gennady Krasheninnikov, Boris
Yurchenko
About pilots of polar aviation, who during the War exhibited
bravery and heroism defending our country’s far frontiers from
fascist invaders incursions.
Sea Stories
1967, ordinary, b/w, 2043 m, 75 min.
Script by Alexander Svetlov
Alexey Sakharov
Directed by Alexander Svetlov
Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Victor Zadubrovsky, Nikolay Dostal, Lev
Durov, Vladimir Balashov, Rashid
Atamalibekov, Vladimir Balon,
Eduard Bredun
On the grounds of B. Zhitkov’s stories. Russian boy Nikolay and
Spaniard Hose’s adventures hold a lot of surprise and demand
considered decisions of the main characters.
The Unforgettable
1967, w/f, colour, 3182 m, 93 min.
Directed by Yulia Solntseva
Camera by Dilshat Fatkhullin
Dilshat Fatkhullin
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Nikolay Usachyov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Bondarenko, Zinaida Dekhtyaryova,
rina Korotkova, Yury Fisenko, Georgy
Taratorkin, Svetlana Kuzmina, Sergey
Plotnikov
On the grounds of A. Dovzhenko’s War stories. About
painfull cross of the first years of the War, which fell to
ordinary people, who got under the yoke of the fascist
occupation, and about heroic sruggle against the invaders.
Nikolay Bauman
1967, w/s, b/w, 2705 m, 99 min.
Script by Georgy Kapralov
Semyon Tumanov
Directed by Semyon Tumanov
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Camera by Georgy Kupriyanov
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Igor Ledogorov, Efim Kopelyan, Elina
Bystritskaya, Irina Miroshnichenko, Igor
Dmitriev, Vladimir Balon,, Sergey
Nikonenko
About two years of Nikolay Bauman’s life, V. Lenin companion,
from 1904 till 1905.
They Live Next to Us
1967, w/s, colour, 2889 m, 105 min.
Script by Vera Ketlinskaya
Directed by Grigory Roshal
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Alexander Simonov
Music by John Ter-Tatevosyan
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
Miron Karyakin
S t a r r i n g
Fedor Nikitin, Rufina Nifontova, Igor Kvasha, Tamara
Syomina, Alexander Borisov, Eugeny Evstigneev,
Vladimir Kenigson
About an eminent scientist and his son, who decided to go his
way in science, contrary to his father’s wishes.
Operation “Trust”
1967, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 7885 m, 288 min.
Script by Alexander Yurovsky
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Igor Gorbachyov, Donatas Banionis, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Artem Inozemtsev, Alexey Safonov,
Bruno Oya, Lyudmila Kasatkina, Vsevolod Yakut
On the grounds of Lev Nikulin’s novel "Swell". The purpose of a
hazardous, but elaborately prepared and conducted operation
"Trust" was to show up and eliminate monarchic underground on
Russian territory, what the chekists did successfully.
Autumn Weddings
1967, w/s, b/w, 2146 m, 78 min.
Script by Victor Govyada
Directed by Boris Yashin
Camera by Alexander Dubinsky
Music by Boris Tchaykovsky
Art Design by Leonid Platov
Leonid Platonov
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Telichkina, Vsevolod Safonov, Stanislav
Borodokin, Konstantin Sorokin, Inna Kondrateva,
Eugeny Perov
A poetic story about ordinary and beautiful human feelings,
about faithfulness of the main character Natasha to her suddenly
and tragically died fiance.
The First Courier
1967, ordinary, b/w, 2500 m, 91 min, co-production: Sofia’s
studio of feature films (Bulgaria)
Script by Konstantin Isaev
Directed by Vladimir Yanchev
Camera by Andrey Kuznetsov
Music by Peter Stupel
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
Nedelcho Nanev
S t a r r i n g
Stefan Danailov, Zhanna Bolotova, Venelin
Pekhlivanov,Vladimir Retsepter, Eugeny Leonov,
Valentin Gaft, Nikolay Gubenko
About an activity of Bulgarian freedom fighter Ivan Zagubansky,
who selflessly carried out courier's functions on delivery "The
Iskra" newspaper to Russia.
Human Miracles
1967, ordinary, b/w, 2176 m, 79 min.
Script by Alexey Leontev
Vladimir Monakhov
Directed by Vladimir Monakhov
Camera by Igor Bogdanov
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Antonina Bogdanova, Tamara Syomina, Mikhail Zimin,
Nina Drobysheva, Vitaly Konyaev, Ivan Lapikov, V.
Bozhko, Vladimir Sazonov
After G. Nikolaeva's story about belief in miracles, which light
up life. From her life experience the main character learned
several such miracles – honest people, their faithfulness, devotion
and self-sacrificing.
Way to “Saturn”
1967, w/s, b/w, 2278 m, 83 min.
Script by Vassily Ardamatsky
Mikhail Bleyman
with the participation of
Vilen Azarov
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
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Mikhail Volkov, Georgy Zhzhenov, Eugeny Kuznetsov,
Arkady Tolbuzin, Vladimir Kashpur, Vladimir
Muravyov, Nikolay Grabbe
About our agent entry in the leakproof organization “Saturn”,
who gained hitlerites special service center commanders’
confidence and gave an important report to Moscow.
Sophia Perovskaya
1967, w/s, b/w, 3108 m, 113 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Leo Arnshtam
Directed by Leo Arnshtam
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Chen Yu-Lan
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art Design by Said Menyalshchikov
Semyon Valyushok
S t a r r i n g
Alexandra Nazarova, Vladislav Tarasov, Boris
Khmelnitsky, Georgy Taratorkin, Alexander Lukyanov,
Vladimir Kolokoltsev
About revolutionary Sophia Perovskaya, member of the “People's
Will” organization, who participated in assassination of
Alexander II.
A Mysterious Wall
1967, w/s, b/w, 2161 m, 79 min.
Script by Alexander Chervinsky
Irina Povolotskaya
Nikolay Sadkovich
Directed by Irina Povolotskaya
Nikolay Sadkovich
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Oleg Zguridi
Music by Sergey Slonimsky
Art Design by Alexander Zharenov
Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Lev Krugly, Tatiana Lavrova, Irakly Uchaneyshvili,
Andrey Mironov, Valentin Nikulin, Sandro Zhorzholiani,
Nikolay Barmin
A science fiction film, the main characters meet a strange
phenomenon: a white cupola, carring a powerful electric
discharge, appearing and then disappearing over taiga. Young
scientists try to solve a riddle.
Mysterious Monk
1967, w/s, colour, 2841 m, 83 min.
Script by Alexey Nagorny
Gely Ryabov
Directed by Arkady Koltsaty
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Levan Shengeliya
Felix Boguslavsky
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Druzhnikov, Alexander Belyavsky, Valentin
Zubkov, Konstantin Sorokin, Eugeny Zharikov, Tatiana
Konyukhova
About a struggle of the Soviet chekists (members of the Security
Service) with Vrangel's intelligence agents in 1920.
Where Winters Are Long
1967, w/s, colour, 2489 m, 91 min.
Script by Eduard Topol
Directed by Alexander Davidson
Camera by Vladimir Minaev
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Foma Voronetsky, Sergey Plotnikov, Valentina
Malyavina, Fedor Chekhankov, Stepan Krylov,
Ivan Savkin, Felix Yavorsky
About a development of oil fields in Siberia, human persistence,
which triumphs over pessimism and the romantic work of
geologists.
Your Contemporary
1967, w/s, b/w, 4021 m, 147 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Yuly Rayzman
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Naum Ardashnikov
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Igor Vladimirov, Nikolay Plotnikov, Tatiana Nadezhdina,
Alexey Borzunov, Antonina Maximova, Nina Gulyaeva,
Nikolay Zasukhin
The main character of the film is a son of Vasily Gubanov from
film “Communist”. Half a century has passed since the events
described in that film and junior Gubanov became a leading
scientist, a forceful and characterful man, capable of confessing
his faults and announcing it. Succession of generations is the
main theme of the film.
Your Vast Siberia
1967, w/s, colour, 1728 m, 63 min.
Script by Vladimir Amlinsky
Anatoly Nitochkin
Directed by Anatoly Nitochkin
Camera by Timur Zelma
Anatoly Nitochkin
Art Design by Georgy Firtich
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A documentary film about Siberia, its people, their courage
struggle for present and future of their native land.
Conjurer
1967, w/s, b/w, 2169 m, 79 min.
Script by Alexander Volodin
Directed by Peter Todorovsky
Camera by Ilya Minkovetsky
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art Design by Valentin Konovalov
S t a r r i n g
Zinovy Gerdt, Alla Larionova, Olga Gobzeva, Eugeny
Leonov, Vladimir Basov, Leonid Dyachkov, Svetlana
Kharitonova
About an old circus artist, a kind-hearted man.
1968
Ambler’s Tred
1968, ordinary, b/w, 2225 m, 81 min.
Script by Chingiz Aytmatov
Directed by Sergey Urusevsky
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Nurmukhan Zhanturin, Baken Kydykeeva, Farida
Sharipova, Kapar Aliev, Sovetbek Dzhumadylov, Yury
Solomin
On the grounds of Chinghiz Aitmatov's story “Farewell, Gulsary”
about a horserider Tanabay Bakasov, uncompromising groper
after truth, and his faithul ambler Gulsary, whose lives seemed to
be spoiled by humanless power.
The Karamazov Brothers
1968, w/s, colour, 6325 m, 231 min.
Script by Ivan Pyrev
Directed by Ivan Pyrev
Camera by Sergey Vronsky
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Lionella Pyreva, Kirill Lavrov,
Alexander Myagkov, Mark Prudkin, Svetlana
Korkoshko, Valentin Nikulin
Made after F. M. Dostoevsky's novel. Tense tragedy of its heroes
is reconstructed against the life of different classes of Russian
society of 19th century. Relations between father and three
brothers, who remarkably differ from each other, are difficult and
conflicting. One of the brothers is charged with the murder of his
father, which he didn't commit. The brothers are not able to help
him. Only loving girl follows him to penal servitude.
The Diamond Arm
1968, w/s, colour, 2735 m, 100 min.
Script by Moris Slobodskoy
Yakov Kostukovsky
Leonid Gayday
Directed by Leonid Gayday
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Yury Nikulin, Andrey Mironov, Anatoly Papanov, Nina
Grebeshkova, Nonna Mordyukova, Svetlana
Svetlichnaya, Vladimir Gulyaev, Stanislav Chekan
An eccentric comedy about a modest clerk Semyon
Semyonovich, who during his tour abroad gets into the center of
the smuggling operation – he is taken for messenger and a plaster
of Paris with jewelry is applied on his hand to pass them through
the border. Eventually the main character helps the militia to
disclose the crime.
Meetings at Dawn
1968, w/s, b/w, 2533 m, 92 min.
Script by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Directed by Eduard Gavrilov
Valery Kremnev
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Pavel Aedonitsky
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
T. Degtyaryov, Yury Nazarov, Anatoly Kuznetsov,
Georgy Zhzhenov, Eugeny Shutov, Olga Aroseva,
Vladimir Andreev
On the grounds of A. Kuznetsov's story “At Home”. Galia
Makarova came to the country from the town and helps to
improve work at the farm, to rally a party and to find belief in her
strength.
Far in the West
1968, w/f, colour, 3049 m, 89 min.
Script by Georgy Mdivani
Directed by Alexander Fayntsimmer
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Vano Muradeli
Vasily Dekhterev
Art Design by Peter Kiselyov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Vsevolod Safonov, Nikolay
Merzlikin, Gennady Yukhtin, Anatoly Solovyov, Paul
Butkevich, Guram Pirtskhalova
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About freindship between Soviet war prisoners with fighters of
the French Resistance in the enemy's rear and about their joint
struggle and victory over the fascists.
Dzamila
1968, ordinary, colour, 2257 m, 82 min.
Script by Chingiz Aytmatov
Directed by Irina Poplavskaya
Camera by Kadyrzhan Kadyraliev
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
Art Design by Anatoly Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Arinbasarova, Suymenkul Chokmorov, Nasredin
Dubashev, Alima Dzhangorozova, Altynbek Kenzhekov,
Mukhtar Bakhtygereev
Made after Ch. Aitmatov's story of the same name. It is a poetic
story about love, creativity secrets, and national customs of
Kirghiz people. Famous artist Seit recollects his childhood, first
unrequited love of Dzamila, the wife of his elder brother, injured
soldier Daniyar, whose legend-songs tought him to see beauty.
Once Again About Love
1968, w/s, b/w, 2639 m, 96 min.
Script by Edvard Radzinsky
Directed by Georgy Natanson
Camera by Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Doronina, Alexander Lazarev, Oleg Efremov,
Elena Korolyova, Alexander
Shirvindt, Vladimir Komratov, Zhanna Vladimirskaya
After E. Radzinsky’s play “104 Pages About Love” about eternal
elevating force of love. Stewardess Natasha came to love young
scientist Evdokimov. At first he didn' t Tatiana put more thought
into their relations, but her authentic feeling opened his soul’s
qualities unbeknown to him. Waiting Natasha from the flight, he
first time kept a date with flowers. But Natasha died saving
passengers from the burning plane.
Thirst Over a Brook
1968, w/s, b/w, 2132 m, 78 min.
Script by Yuly Edlis
Directed by Yury Kalev
Konstantin Osin
Camera by Victor Sheynin
Music by Shandor Kallosh
Art Design by Alexey Lebedev
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Sovchi, Alexander Pavlov, Ekaterina Savinova,
Lev Durov, Vladimir Agureykin,
Vladimir Lippart, S. Guskov, Anatoly
Grachyov
Lesha and Liza are hydrologists, who live in Taymyr. The fellow
knows his own mind, what he wants from his life, Liza is always
in commotion of the spirits. Meeting of their characters, outlooks
on life and their place in it don't make their coexistance easy…
Little Crane
1968, w/s, b/w, 2327 m, 85 min.
Script by Dmitry Vasiliu
Directed by Nikolay Moskalenko
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Vasily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Chursina, Nonna Mordyukova, Tatiana
Pelttser, Rimma Markova, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan,
Nikolay Gritsenko, Georgy Zhzhenov
After M. Alekseev's story “Bread is a Noun”. Marfa's husband
didn't return from the War. All unspent feeling she gave to her
son, who will soon marry. And again she will be alone…
Zigzag of Luck
1968, w/s, b/w, 2394 m, 87 min.
Script by Emil Braginsky
Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Sergey Voronkov
Ippolit Novoderezhkin
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Leonov, Valentina Talyzina, Eugeny Evstigneev,
Irina Skobtseva, Georgy Burkov, Valentina Telichkina,
Svetlana Starikova, Gotlib Roninson, Alexey Gribov,
Nina Sazonova, Ekaterina Savinova
A satirical comedy, where the main character, photographer
Oreshnikov, won a large amount of money, taken money from
public cash. Fellow workers decide to divide the winnings, and to
exclude the photographer from the list of the lucky brighters.
The Golden Calf
1968, w/s, b/w, 4756 m, 174 min.
Script by Mikhail Shveytser
Directed by Mikhail Shveytser
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Yursky, Leonid Kuravlyov, Zinovy Gerdt, Eugeny
Evstigneev, Svetlana Starikova, Nikolay Boyarsky, Pavel
Vinnik
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Based on I. Ilf’s and E. Petrov’s novel. It is about Ostap Bender's
hunt for backstreet millionaire Koreyko, who lives in a small way
on a salary of an ordinary clerk.
A Member of Punitive Troop
1968, ordinary, b/w, 2333 m, 85 min.
Script by Oleg Stukalov
Directed by Manos Zakharias
Camera by German Lavrov
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Kindinov, Maria Vandova, Victor Voynichesku-
Sotski, Georgy Burkov, Sergey Shakurov, Svetlana
Orlova, Irina Paykina
About an honest, but politically passive man, who at the expense
of hard tests starts active paticipation in the struggle with
fascism, official power in Greece since the late 60-ies.
Collapse
1968, ordinary, b/w, 4937 m, 180 min.
Script by Vassily Ardamatsky
Edgar Smirnov
Vladimir Chebotaryov
Directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov
Camera by Yury Gantman
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Samoylov, Yury Yakovlev, Anatoly Falkovich,
Efim Kopelyan, Eugeny Matveev,
Leonid Kuravlyov, Mikhail Gluzsky
The plot of the film is the chekists (agents of the Security
Service) operation for liquidation of “The Union of
Motherland and Freedom Defense” led by Boris Savenkov.
Serafim Frolov’s Love
1968, w/s, b/w, 2296 m, 84 min.
Script by Nikolay Evdokimov
Directed by Semyon Tumanov
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Kuravlyov, Tamara Syomina, Larissa Luzhina,
Zhanna Prokhorenko, Gennady Yukhtin, Pavel
Shpingfeld, Alexandra Denisova
Made after N. Eudokimov's story “The Indispensable Man”. It is
about Serafim Frolov’s love for Nastya Silina, who lost her
fianc? during the War and belief in possible happiness. Cast-off
Frolov, whom the girl knew from the front-line correspondence,
gradually conquers her love by his patience, kindness and care.
People on the Nile
1968, ordinary, colour, 3000 m, 110 min.
Script by Nikolay Figurovsky
Fuad Khasmi
Directed by Yusef Shakhin
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Iolanda Chen
Music by Aram Khachaturyan
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
Rauf Megid
S t a r r i n g
Igor Vladimirov, Vladimir Ivashov, Yury Kamorny,
Valentin Kutsenko, Svetlana Zhgun, Salakh Zulfikar,
Emed Khamdi
About the Assuan dam construction on the Nile and Soviet Arab
constructers, who have kept their freindship for a long time.
The New Adventures of the Elusive
Avengers
1968, w/s, colour, 2249 m, 82 min.
Script by Edmond Keosayan
Artur Makarov
Directed by Edmond Keosayan
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Boris Mokrousov
Art Design by Vasily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Metyolkin, Vassily Vasilev, Victor
Kosykh, Valentina Kurdyukova, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Boris Sichkin,
Arkady Tolbuzin
About new exploits of the young agents, who carry out an
important mission, which success Budyenov’s Army depends on.
They must gain the scheme of the White Guard fortified area
from the safe of the White Guard counterintelligence chief, and
they do it after adventures full of hazards.
Liberation
Film I “The Bulge of Fire”
Film II “The Break Through”
1968, w/f, colour, 5124 m, 184 min, with the participa-tion of
“Dino De Laurentis Chinematografika SPA” (Italy)
Script by Yury Bondarev
Oskar Kurganov
Yury Ozerov
Directed by Yury Ozerov
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Yury Levitin
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Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Olyalin, Larissa Golubkina, Boris Zaydenberg,
Mikhail Ulyanov, Vladlen
Davydov, Eugeny Burenkov, Vladislav
Strzhelchik, Sergey Kharchenko, Bukhut
Zakariadze, S. Yaskevich, Y. Durov,
Frits Dits
The epic tells us about the heroic battle at Kursk Bulge, the
crossing of the Dneper by our Army, the capture of Kiev and
Tegeran meeting of allies.
The First Girl
1968, w/s, b/w, 1844 m, 67 min.
Script by Alexey Sakharov
Boris Yashin
Directed by Boris Yashin
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Boris Tchaykovsky
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Telichkina, Pavel Vasilev, Alexey Krychenkov,
Anatoly Linkov, Mikhail Rozanov, Nikolay Silvansky,
Gleb Strizhenov
Based on N. Bogdanov’s story of the same name. It is about the
life of village girl Sanya Ermakova, who led the struggle against
bandit-deserters and died at their hands in 1919.
The First Love
1968, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 2070 m, 76 min.
Script by Vasily Ordynsky
Directed by Vasily Ordynsky
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Music by Yury Butsko
Art Design by Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Vlasov, Irina Pechernikova, Innokenty
Smoktunovsky, Nadezhda Fedosova, Elizaveta Solodova,
Stanislav Lyubshin
After Ivan Turgenev's story of the same name. Yesterday
gymnasia pupil falls in love with a village neighbour, who
coquets with everybody including him. The juvenile suffers, but
he doesn't conjecture, that a happy rival is his father…
Across Russia
1968, w/s, b/w, 2608 m, 95 min.
Script by Alexey Simukov
Directed by Fedor Filippov
Camera by Era Saveleva
Music by Alexander Pirumov
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Loktev, Roman Filippov, Georgy Kavtaradze,
Lyudmila Chursina, Svetlana Savyolova, Natalia
Velichko, Elena Sanaeva
Made after M. Gorky's narratives. It is about Russia of the 19th
century, seen by the eyes of young writer Alesha Peshkov, whose
formation as a man and artist was through knowing of people and
their lives. On his path he met tramps, workers, bakers, Gipsies,
soldiers, Cossacks, mongers, priest and students. In a moment of
despair he nearly shot himself, so gloomy his life seemed to him.
By the Road
1968, ordinary, TV film, colour, 2946 m, 108 min.
Script by Yury Nagibin
Directed by Valery Uskov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Camera by Peter Emelyanov
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Rimma Markova, Natalia Feklenko, Stanislav Borodokin,
Stepan Krylov, Georgy Kavtaradze, Ivan Ryzhov, Leonid
Chubarov
After Y. Nagibin's story about an important moral question of
what the true good is.
Seven Old Men and a Girl
1968, ordinary, TV film, colour, 2258.1 m, 82 min.
Script by Alexander Ivanov
Eugeny Karelov
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Adoskin, Alexander Beniaminov, Boris Novikov,
Nikolay Parfyonov, Andrey Smirnov, Valentin
Smirnitsky, Boris Chirkov, Elizaveta Solodova
An eccentric musical comedy about adventures of young coach
Lena Velichko, who became a supervisor of the "Health" group
for old people.
Heart’s Longings
1968, ordinary, TV film, colour, 1809 m, 66 min.
Script by Dmitry Ivanov
Vladimir Trifonov
Directed by Nikita Orlov
Tatiana Antonova
Camera by Mikhail Suslov
Music by Georgy Pantyukov
Grigory Ponomarenko
Eugeny Kuznetsov
Yury Shchyokotov
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Art Design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
L. Sharokha, T. Goltsova, N. Rostovshchikova,
Z. Kondrateva, Yury Chivilgin, G. Verskaya,
G. Bazilevsky, Vladimir Martynov
A filmed concert, made of music turns perfomed by the artists of
the State Omsk Russian Folk Song Chorus.
Two Army Comrades
1968, ordinary, b/w, 2692 m, 98 min.
Script by Yuly Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by Mikhail Ardabevsky
Victor Belokopytov
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art Design by Lev Semyonov
Boris Tsaryov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Yankovsky, Rolan Bykov, Vladimir
Vysotsky, Irina Savvina, Anatoly Papanov,
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Nikolay Burlyaev,
Alla Demidova
About difficult frienship between Andrey Nekrasov and Ivan
Karyakin with different characters and education, who met each
other during the Civil War. They were assigned to adjust aerial
reconnaissance, shooting enemy fortifications by a captured
camera from an aeroplane. Their first flight ended in a crash and
Makhno people took them prisoners, then another captivity and
always they were under the threat of shooting. That time they
survived. In the end the cameraman died by an accidental bullet,
but the film he shot lives…
At Home
1968, w/s, b/w, 2576 m, 94 min.
Script by Andrey Kuznetsov
Directed by Eduard Gavrilov
Valery Kremnev
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Pavel Aedonitsky
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Degtyaryova, Yury Nazarov,
Andrey Kuznetsov, Georgy Zhzhenov,
Eugeny Shutov, Olga Aroseva,
Vladimir Andreev
After a long absence Galya Makarova returns to her native
village. She faces difficultes, but she manages to organize a
business, to rally collective, to defeat the lazy and negligent
manger of the farm and to help people to find belief in their
strength. She has only been crossed in love – her authentic
and anxious feeling became to hang heavy on her lover and
she found strength to part with him.
Class in Literature
1968, w/s, colour, 2091 m, 76 min.
Script by Victoria Tokareva
Directed by Alexey Korenev
Camera by Vladimir Meybom
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art Design by Sovet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Steblov, Inna Makarova, Leonid Kuravlyov,
Valentina Malyavina, Eugeny Leonov, Larissa Pashkova,
Victoria Fyodorova
Made after V. Tokareva’s narrative "The Day Without Lies". It is
a story of the young school teacher, who finds courage to tell
everybody the truth about his life and to start everything from the
beginning after he spent a day according to his conscience – he
told everybody the truth.
The Master of the Taiga
1968, w/s, colour, 2267 m, 83 min.
Script by Boris Mozhaev
Directed by Vladimir Nazarov
Camera by Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Valery Zolotukhin, Vladimir Vysotsky, Lionella Pyreva,
Mikhail Kokshenov, Dmitry Masanov, Leonid Kmit,
Eduard Bredun
Militia sergeant and district inspector Serezhkin renders power
and law in his district, which extends for many taiga kilometers.
The goods and the money were stolen from the local shop. One
of the rafters is suspected, but eventually the inspector finds that
dashing brigade-lider Ryaboy is concerned with it and catches
him.
The Sixth of July
1968, w/s, b/w, 3079 m, 112 min.
Script by Mikhail Shatrov
Directed by Yuly Karasik
Camera by Mikhail Suslov
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Yury Kayurov, Vladimir Tatosov, Vassily Lanovoy, Boris
Ryzhukhin, Georgy Kulikov, Vladimir Samoylov, Alla
Demidova, Ivan Solovyov
About the Congress of Soviets held on July 5, 1918, where the
leader of the left socialist-revolutionaries Maria Spiridonova
made a speech and called for breaking off Brest peace treaty.
After the congress the rebellion of the left socialistrevolutionaries
started with a murder of the German ambassador
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Mirbakh. The presence of the devision of Lattish riflemen, which
entered the capital, let repress the rebellion.
The Shield and the Sword
part I “Without Right to Be Oneself”
2283 m, 83 min.
part II “The Order to Survive”
2966 m, 108 min.
part III “Without Right of Appeal”
2125 m, 78 min.
part IV “The Last Line”
2050 m, 75 min.
1968, w/s, b/w
Script by Vadim Kozhevnikov
Vladimir Basov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Stanislav Lyubshin, Oleg Yankovsky, Alla Demidova,
Anatoly Verbitsky, Khelga Gering, Mikhail
Pogorzhelsky, Algimantas Masylis, Lyudmila Chursina,
Nikolay Zasukhin, Alexey Glazyrin
Made after V. Kozhevnikov’s novel of the same name. The main
idea of the film is the character of the courageous agent
Alexander Belov, who went through the severe trials, when he
worked for Third Reikh under the name of Iogan Vais. He
renders sabotage groups, sent to our territory. He has a possibility
to predict the beginning of large operations, after he enters the
Empire Security Service Command. He works more confidently
and risky.
1969
Adam and Heva
1969, w/s, colour, 1949 m, 71 min.
Script by Akhmetkhan Abu-Bakar
Directed by Alexey Korenev
Camera by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Music by Murat Kazhlaev
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
S t a r r i n g
Frunze Mkrtchyan, Ekaterina Vasileva, Georgy
Gegechkori, Avet Avetisyan, Eugeny Lebedev, Lyubov
Dobrzhanskaya, Bariat Muradova
Made after A. Abu-Bakar's story “Snow People”. According to
the sheriat law a husband, who divorced his wife hastily, can
return her back only if she spend one night in another man's
saklya. Adam is a decent man, that is why he is worth to trust
somebody else's wife. However, neither Adam, nor Heva don't
want to part from each other…
His Excellency’s Adjutant
1969, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 10781 m, 394 min.
Script by Igor Bolgarin
Georgy Seversky
Directed by Eugeny Tashkov
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
Valery Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Solomin, Sasha Milokostny, Vladislav Strzhelchik,
Vladimir Kozel, Tatiana Ivanitskaya, Eugeny Shutov,
Nikolay Timofeev
A sharp, fascinating television serial tells about a Soviet
intelligence officer, former the Czarist Army captain, Pavel
Koltsov, who operated in the White Guard rear, entered the
headquarters of one of Denikin's Armies and became his adjutant.
Ballerina
1969, w/f, colour, 1902 m, 56 min.
Directed by Vadim Derbenyov
Camera by Vadim Derbenyov
Art Design by Levan Shengeliya
S t a r r i n g
Maya Plisetskaya, Nikolay Fadeechev, Sergey
Radchenko, Alexander Lavrenyuk
A ballet-film, which widely shows ballet-dancer Maya
Plisetskaya's art.
The White Sun of the Desert
1969, ordinary, colour, 2323 m, 85 min.
Script by Valentin Ezhov
Rustam Ibragimbekov
Directed by Vladimir Motyl
Camera by Eduard Rozovsky
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Valery Kostrin
Bella Manevich
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Kuznetsov, Pavel Luspekaev, Spartak Mishulin,
Kakhi Kavsadze, Raisa Kurkina, Nikolay Godovikov,
Galina Fedotova, Musa Dudaev
The Civil War finished. An ex-serviceman Fedor Sukhov goes
home through the sands of Turkestan and meets a troop of the
Red Army soldiers, who assign him to protect from bandit
Abdula his harem, which he threatens to destroy. Many
sharpness, adroitness and courage demanded of Sukhov to gain a
victory over the band.
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The Waltz
1969, ordinary, TV film, colour, 1732.6 m, 63 min.
Script by Elena Kaplinskaya
Directed by Victor Titov
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Galina Shabanova
Lev Semyonov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Nikonov, Irina Varley, Olga Gobzeva, Alla
Meshcheryakova, Ekaterina Vasileva, Igor Yasulovich,
Nikita Podgorny
1941 year. A teenager Peter is taken by the neighbourly family
after his mother death. The boy goes to work to a plant, and when
his young brother Vovka is found, Peter strives to substitute their
father for him.
Attention, Tortoise!
1969, ordinary, colour, 2357 m, 86 min.
Script by Semyon Lungin
Ilya Nusinov
Directed by Rolan Bykov
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by A. Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Alyosha Ershov, Andrey Samotolkin, Misha Martirosyan,
Galya Budanova, Lena Ryabukhina, Galya Verbitskaya,
Maryana Smirnova
Two first grade schoolchildren decided to steal a tortoise from
the pet's corner for an experiment – to put it under a tank. An
active girl Tania prevents them from doing it and draws children
and adults in rescuing of the tortoise.
Godsend Time
1969, ordinary, colour, 2060 m, 75 min.
Script by Fazil Iskander
Genrikh Gabay
Directed by Genrikh Gabay
Camera by Alexander Dubinsky
Music by Leonid Chepelyansky
Art Design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Zhora Tarkil, Oleg Avidzba, Mikhail Badzagua, Ruslan
Basariya, Timur Dzidziguri, Boris Piastro, Zurab
Sanguliya, Pavel Fanidis
On the grounds of Fazil Iskander's stories. 12 year-old Sandro,
who is an inventor, naughty boy and philosopher, could convince
himself and other people of his ability to find lost things. His
fantasy makes the boy's life joyous and fascinating.
Yesterday, Today and Always
1969, ordinary, TV film, colour, 1658 m, 61 min.
Script by Mikhail Grigorev
Directed by Mikhail Grigorev
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Yury Chichkov
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Elizaveta Nikishchikhina, Alexander Borisov, Arkady
Raykin, Victor Koretsky, Vera Orlova, Frunze
Mkrtchyan, Anatoly Papanov, Georgy Vitsin, Alisa
Freyndlikh
Musical film-review made up of comic stories about different
types of women's reaction against different situations.
The Main Witness
1969, w/s, b/w, 1914 m, 70 min.
Script by Arnold Vitol
Alexander Vitov
Directed by Aida Manasarova
Camera by Eugeny Vasilev
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
Art Design by Yury Terebilov
S t a r r i n g
Elena Sanaeva, Alexander Belyavsky, Larissa Luzhina,
Larissa Danilina, Mikhail Kislov, Vsevolod Sanaev,
Alexandra Denisova, Alexey Lebedev, Pavel Vinnik, Boris
Yurchenko, Gleb Strizhenov
Made after A.P. Chekhov’s stories “Peasant Women”, “Trubnaya
Square”, “Siren” and “In the Court”.
Shine Brightly, My Star
1969, ordinary, colour, 2583 m, 94 min.
Script by Yuly Dunsky
Valery Frid
Alexander Mitta
Directed by Alexander Mitta
Camera by Yury Sokol
Music by Boris Tchaikovsky
Art Design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Tabakov, Oleg Efremov, Eugeny Leonov, Elena
Proklova, Leonid Dyachkov, Leonid Kuravlev, Vladimir
Naumov, Pavel Vinnik
A young actor Vladimir Iskremas, an enthusiast and
romantic, comes to a little provincial town with an aim to
introduce Blok’s and Shakespeare's writings to its
inhabitants. But there are now the Whites, now the Reds.
During a performance he manages to rescue spectators
sitting in the hall from a bandit machine-gun, but he dies.
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Nest of the Nobility
1969, ordinary, colour, 3040 m, 111 min.
Script by Valentin Ezhov
Andrey Mikhalkov-
Konchalovsky
Directed by Andrey Mikhalkov-
Konchalovsky
Camera by Georgy Rerberg
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Alexander Boym
Nikolay Dvigubsky
Mikhail Romadin
S t a r r i n g
Irina Kupchenko, Leonid Kulagin, Beata Tyshkevich,
Tamara Tchernova, Victor Sergachyov, Vassily
Merkurev, Alexander Kostomolotsky
Made after I. S. Turgenev's novel of the same name. A rich
landowner Lavretsky returns to Russia from Paris, having
divorced his faithless wife Varvara, with an aim to start
agriculture business. Here he meets not very rich girl Liza.
Lavretsky and Liza fall in love, but the girl's mother wants to
marry her to a rich influential official, and it is difficult for
Lavretsky to obtain a divorce from his wife. The girl goes to a
monastery, and her lover stays alone in his estate.
Director
1969, w/f, colour, 2187 m, 64 min.
Script by Yury Nagibin
Directed by Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Gubenko, Svetlana Zhgun, Boris Kudryavtsev,
Vladimir Sedov, Alexey Krychenkov, Valentina
Berezutskaya, Vera Popova
The end of the Civil War. A sailor Alexey Zvorykin is appointed
a director of the car plant. After his education, given by Ford, in
America, he finishes the production of the first Soviet thirtyhundred-
weight lorry and personally participates in the
international auto-racing in Kara-Kum sands, where our
automobile takes first prize.
The Road to Home
1969, ordinary, colour, 2209 m, 81 min.
Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Directed by Alexander Surin
Camera by Vladimir Osherov
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Leonid Pertsev
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Virolaynen, Vladimir Ivashov, Igor Klass,
Mikhail Kislov, Leonid Iudov, Maria Vinogradova
A driver at the building Masha fell in love with Nikolay and was
happy untill she saw his wife with two children. The meeting
undeceived her and she returned to her village, where she
married. But she wasn't happy. Masha began to drink. Knowing,
that she is pregnant, she sincerely wanted to improve her family
life…
Gold
1969, w/s, b/w, 2722 m, 99 min.
Script by Boris Polevoy
Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Directed by Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Eugeny Tchernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Varley, Alexander Plotnikov, Larissa Luzhina,
Victor Perevalov, Alexander Yanvaryov, Nikolay
Kryuchkov
After B. Polevoy's novel of the same name. The bank of a little
provincial town received valuables in gold and precious stones
from the train destroyed by bombing. It is necessary to bring
them out from the territory occupied by the Germans. The
difficult way lasts seven months for a young typist of the bank
Musya, but eventually our soldiers-skiers find the girl and a
soldier, escorting her.
The Golden Gate
1969, w/s, colour, 2198 m, 80 min.
Script by Julia Solntseva
Valery Karen
Directed by Julia Solntseva
Camera by Georgy Rerberg
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Alexander Boym
S t a r r i n g
Roman Tkachuk, Nikolay Grinko, Peter Shcherbakov,
Valentina Telichkina, Nikolay Gubenko, Sergey
Nikonenko, Boris Sichkin
A film-recollection about A. P. Dovzhenko, shot according to his
diaries, where he writes about himself, his accomplished and
unaccomplished creative plans, sources of his inspiration, and his
films.
Every Night at Eleven
1969, w/s, b/w, 2223 m, 81 min.
Script by Edvard Radzinsky
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Anatoly Petritsky
Music by Eduard Artemev
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Art Design by Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Margarita Volodina, Mikhail Nozhkin, Larissa Vikkel,
Izolda Izvitskaya, Alla Budnitskaya, Antonina
Tsygankova, Mikhail Bovin
After Anar's story “I, You, He and the Telephone”. Since once
for fun Stas called up a chance telephone number, the pleasant
voice of a woman answered him every evening. As a result of
their talks the young people revealed their souls to each other,
and when they met, it turned out, that they had known each other
for a long time, as they worked together.
Lanfier Colony
1969, w/s, b/w, 2336 m, 85 min, co-production:
“BARRANDOF” (CSSR)
Script by Yan Shmidt
Directed by Yan Shmidt
Camera by Irzhi Makhane
Music by Irzhi Shust
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Yuozas Budraytis, Zuzana Kotsurikova, Vatslav
Netskazh, Bolotbek Beyshenaliev, Mikhail
Docholomansky, Iozef Elsner, Andrey Fayt
After A. Green's story of the same name. Gorn escaped the
continent from his unsuccessful career and unhappy love to an
island, where a small colony of people lived. Beautiful Ester and
simple work – fishing and agriculture, cured him of his mental
disease. But when he found gold, again he became vainglorious
and betrayed his love and friends. As a result the main character
is gone during skirmish.
King of the Arena
1969, w/f, colour, 2536 m, 74 min.
Script by Yury Kazakov
Yury Tchulyukin
Igor Gostev
Directed by Yury Tchulyukin
Camera by Mikhail Ardabevsky
Victor Belokopytov
Music by Anatoly Lepin
Art Design by Boris Tchebotaryov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Kudryavtsev, Vladimir Pitsek, A. Abert, Alexander
Kashperov
The story of a circus bear Gosha, who incidentally left his cage
during his removal and found himself in a forest, where
everything was strange to him. He missed his kind trainer Kolya.
The fellow, who spent three months in search of him, stopped the
search, because of the winter, and decided to continue it in the
spring.
Red Tent
1969, ordinary, colour, 4344 m, 159 min, co-production:
“VIDES CHINEMATOGRAFIKA” (Italy)
Script by Robert Bolt
Enio de Konchinni
Mikhail Kalatozov
with the participation of
Yury Nagibin
Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Peter Fing, Shon Konnori, Klaudia Kardinale, Khardi
Kryuger, Eduard Martsevich, Grigory Gay, Nikita
Mikhalkov, Luidzhi Vannutstsi
It is 1928 year. The Nobile arctic expedition on a dirigible goes
to the North Pole, but met with an accident. The Swedish pilot
argued Nobile into flying away with him and organizing a rescue
operation of the other members of the expedition from the
continent. And they did that way, but the rest of Nobile's life the
filling of guilt ate his heart out, and in the dreams the ghosts of
the participants of that events visited and blamed him…
Moscow in Notes
1969, ordinary, TV film, colour, 1801 m., 66 min, coproduction:
“BAVARIYA-ATELYE-GEZELSHAFT”
(FRG)
Script by Dmitry Ivanov
Vladimir Trifonov
Khaynts Lizendal
Directed by Khaynts Lizendal
Igor Gostev
Camera by Ernst Vild
Music by Vadim Lyudvikovsky
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Ekaterina Maximova, Vladimir Vasilev, Ekaterina
Shavrina, Muslim Magomaev, Edita Pekha, Nani
Bregvadze, Lyudmila Gurchenko, Irina Rodnina
A film-concert, which shows Moscow through the eyes of
foreigners.
Cheer Up
1969, ordinary, colour, 2578 m, 94 min.
Script by Rezo Gabriadze
Directed by Georgy Daneliya
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Georgy Kancheli
Art Design by Dmitry Takaishvili
S t a r r i n g
Sergo Zakariadze, Vakhtang Kikabidze, Sofiko
Tchiaureli, Anastasia Vertinskaya, Liya Gudadze, Veriko
Andzhaparidze, Sesiliya Takayshvili
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After Claude Tillier's novel “My Uncle Benjamin”. A young
doctor Benjamin returns to a small Georgian town. His sister
wants to marry Benjamin and Mary, but the girl loves lieutenant
Ishkhneli and is waiting a baby from him.
During the childbirth Mary dies, and Benjamin adopts her
baby.
Outside the Jurisdiction
1969, w/s, b/w, 2387 m, 87 min.
Script by Konstantin Isaev
Directed by Valery Uskov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Camera by Peter Emelyanov
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Strizhenov, Lyudmila Maxakova, Leonid
Kuravlyov, Olga Soshnikova, Svetlana Svetlichnaya,
Peter Glebov, Sergey Nikonenko
A pilot Egorov, who was slandered by his friend Sorokin and
couldn't prove his innocence, left giving up his girl to the
slanderer. After a long time he finds out, that his son is educated
in the Sorokin’s family…
Memory
1969, ordinary, b/w, 2443 m, 89 min.
Script by Grigory Tchukhray
Naum Korzhavin
(commentary)
Directed by Grigory Tchukhray
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Oleg Zguridi
Music by Mikhail Ziv
A documentary-publicistic film about the events of Stalingrad
battle.
The Last Vacation
1969, w/s, b/w, 2437 m, 89 min.
Script by Alexander Korin
Directed by Valery Kremnev
Camera by Igor Tchernykh
Music by Pavel Aedonitsky
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Vdovin, Andrey Udovik, Irina Borisova, Maya
Bulgakova, Lev Krugly, Boris Kudryavtsev, Yury
Nazarov
The pictures of little Danilka Davydov were sent to an exhibition
in India, and his eldest brother 9 year-old pupil Boris decided to
work at a fish-factory in summer. Together with the real job his
growing up came too and when Danilka was informed, that he
hadn't taken the prize, Boris found convincing arguments to
console him.
Ambassador of the Soviet Union
1969, w/s, b/w, 2509 m, 92 min.
Script by Ariadna Tur
Peter Tur
Directed by Georgy Natanson
Camera by Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Yuliya Borisova, Anatoly Ktorov, Gunar Tsilinsky,
Voldemar Panso, Ants Eskola, Eugenia Kozyreva, Yury
Puzyryov
The film main character Koltsova's prototype is a womanambassador
A. M. Kollontay. Working in a neutral country, she
managed to expose the German provocation and didn't allow to
draw the country into the conflict.
About Klava Ivanova
1969, ordinary, TV film, colour, 2234 m, 82 min.
Script by Victor Poteykin
Directed by Leonid Maryagin
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Rychagova, Gennady Sayfulin, Boris
Kudryavtsev, Andrey Manke, Elizaveta Nikishchikhina,
Lev Krugly, Valentina Berezutskaya
A telefilm made after V. Chivilikhin's story about young workers
of the railway depot relations.
Five Days of Rest
1969, w/s, colour, 2576 m, 94 min.
Script by Iosif Gerasimov
Directed by Eduard Gavrilov
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Nikolay Usachev
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Kuznetsova, Oleg Efremov, Ivan Lapikov,
Nikolay Boyarsky, Alexander Mikhaylichenko, Victor
Markin, Andrey Manke
It describes Leningrad blockade. During five days of the rest
between battles Alesha met, fell in love and married Olya, who
lost hope to survive. After it the soldier again went to fight. But
Olya had hope of his return and together with it of a long happy
life.
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One of Our People
1969, w/s, b/w, 2400 m, 88 min.
Script by Leonid Agranovich
Alexander Shpeer
Directed by Leonid Agranovich
Camera by Roman Veseler
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Alla Pokrovskaya, Oleg Efremov, Galina Volchek, Irina
Dyomina, Eugenia Uralova, Peter Konstantinov,
Vladimir Muravev
An investigator Sergeeva takes upon herself a difficult task to
prove innocence of a slandered colleague, her former lover. As a
result she found out the truth and dismissed all charges from him.
Family Bliss
1969, ordinary, b/w, 2442 m, 89 min.
Script by Sergey Solovyov
Arkady Stavitsky
Andrey Ladynin
Directed by Sergey Solovyov
Alexey Sheynin
Andrey Ladynin
Camera by Roman Veseler
Alexander Pyabov
Alfredo Alvares
Vladimir Chukhnov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Leonid Pertsev
Alexander Kuznetsov
Arnold Vaysfeld
Leonid Pertsev
S t a r r i n g
Alisa Freyndlikh, Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Nikolay
Gritsenko, Raisa Kurkina, Lidia Sukharevskaya, Andrey
Mironov, Alla Budnitskaya, Anatoly Papanov, Ekaterina
Vasileva, Georgy Burkov
Based on A.P. Chekhov’s early writings “Because of Nothing to
Do”, “The Proposal”, “The Avenger” and “Nerves”.
An Old Pal
1969, w/s, colour, 2363 m, 86 min.
Script by Boris Laskin
Vladimir Polyakov
Directed by Arkady Koltsaty
Igor Ilinsky
Camera by Alfredo Alvares
Arkady Koltsaty
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Levan Shengeliya
Felix Boguslavsky
S t a r r i n g
Igor Ilinsky, Nikolay Rybnikov, Felix Yavorsky, Sergey
Filippov, Anatoly Vedenkin, Gennady Yalovich, Vladimir
Ferapontov
A satiric comedy about an old pal of Ogurtsov from “The
Carnival Night”, who continues to work in the sphere of culture
and rest, “culturing” the leisure-time of inhabitants by new beer
places. As a result he is retired, but threatens to return…
Subject for a Little Story
1969, w/f, colour, 2367 m, 69 min.
Script by Leonid Malyugin
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Camera by Naum Ardashnikov
Music by Rodion Shchedrin
Art Design by Arnold Vaysfeld
Alina Speshneva
Nikolay Serebryakov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Grinko, Eugeny Lebedev, Alexandra Panova,
Rolan Bykov, Irina Savina, Marina Vladi, Yury Yakovlev
The film consists of A. P. Chekhov’s reminiscences about “The
Sea-gull” premiere failure, unhappy love for Lika Mizinova and
newspapers, which foretold the writer's death “under the
fence”…
Only Three Nights
1969 (rest. in 1988), w/s, b/w, 2252 m, 82 min.
Script by Alexander Borshchagovsky
Directed by Gavriil Egiazarov
Camera by Gavriil Egiazarov
Nikolay Nemolyaev
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Nina Gulyaeva, Valery Kozinets, Irina Korotkova,
Volodya Vorobey, Nikolay Grinko, Alexey Glazyrin, Vera
Kuznetsova, Oleg Efremov
operator Nikolay meets his former lover Lyuba and realizes, that
he still loves her in spite of his successful marriage. But Lyuba
decides to move to another village, as Nikolay and his wife are
waiting for a baby, and she doesn't want to destroy their family.
Belated Flowers
1969, w/s, colour, 2772 m, 101 min.
Script by Abram Room
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Art Design by Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Irina Lavrenteva, Alexander Lazarev, Olga Zhizneva,
Valery Zolotukhin, Alexander Khanov, Inna Ulyanova, I.
Shalyapina
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Made after A. P. Chekhov's story. Princess Marusya fell in love
with her attending physician Toporkov, who didn't notice her
love and married a rich merchant. In several years he had to treat
her again and at last her strong feeling melted his hard heart, but
it was late – Marusya died.
Tchaikovsky
1969, w/f, colour, 4284 m, 125 min.
Script by Budimir Metalnikov
Yury Nagibin
Igor Talankin
Directed by Igor Talankin
Camera by Margarita Pilikhina
Music by Dmitry Tyomkin
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Antonina Shuranova, Eugeny
Leonov, Maya Plisetskaya, Vladislav Strzhelchik, Alla
Demidova, Kirill Lavrov
About the greatest Russian composer’s life. The core of the film
is Tchaikovsky’s correspondence with Baroness fon Mekk, who
played an important role in his creative work.
Echo of Distant Snows
1969, w/s, b/w, 2629 m, 96 min.
Script by Sergey Voronin
Edgar Smirnov
Directed by Leonid Golovnya
Camera by German Shatrov
Igor Melnikov
Music by John Ter-Tatevosyan
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
Savet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Galina Yatskina, Boris Galkin,
Alexander Plotnikov, Vladimir Koretsky, Vassily
Shukshin
Made after S. Voronin's story “Two Lives”. The film main
characters are explorers-railwaymen, who started to build BAM
in the 30s. An engineer Kostomarov fights with the sector's chief
Gradovoy, who doesn't want considering the taiga weather
conditions. Because of the fight the engineer was recalled to
Leningrad and tried. But the War came. Kostomarov went to the
War and died. The BAM building
continues according to the perished engineer project.
I Am His Bride
1969, w/s, b/w, 2259 m, 82 min.
Script by Mikhail Papava
Alexander Tchaikovsky
Directed by Naum Trakhtenberg
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Vassily Dekhterev
John Ter-Tatevosyan
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Velichko, Alexander Filippenko, Vsevolod
Sanaev, Vsevolod Abdulov, Valery Nosik, Svetlana
Starikova, Georgy Kulikov
On the grounds of A. Tchakovsky's story “The Bride”. A young
driver Volodya substituted his friend, who drank on account of
his engagement, and drawn away his automobile. Knocking
down in the dark a bicyclist he didn't know about it and drove
away, having not helped the victim, what he was tried for.
Volodya's bride Valya strives for rehearing.
1970
Collection of Short Films
1970, TV film, ordinary, colour, 1731.7 m, 63 min.
Film I “The Children”
Script by Iosif Manevich
Directed by Alexander Kuznetsov
Oskar Nikich
Camera by Alexander Voropaev
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Lev Semyo
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Kubatsky, Victor Kolpakov, Alexander
Kalyagin, Andrey Myagkov, Sergey Martinson
Film II “The Solo”
Script by Iosif Manevich
Directed by Levan Grigoryan
Camera by Vladimir Bondarev
Music by Konstantin Batashov
Art Design by Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Zaytsev, Valentin Gaft, Lyudmila Kasatkina,
Natalia Selezneva, Afanasy Kochetkov
The collection consists of two short stories – “The Children” and
“The Solo”, based on M. Gorky’s stories of the same name.
The Flight
1970, w/f, colour, 6714 m, 196 min.
Script by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Directed by Alexander Alov
Vladimir Naumov
Camera by Levan Paatashvili
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
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Lyudmila Saveleva, Alexey Batalov, Mikhail Ulyanov,
Tatiana Tkach, Vladislav Dvorzhetsky, Eugeny
Evstigneev, Oleg Efremov, Vladimir Zamansky, Nikolay
Olyalin, Roman Khomyatov, Bruno Freyndlikh
Made after M. Bulgakov’s writings “The Flight”, “The White
Guard” and “The Black Sea”. The film tells us about the flight of
Russian people: military men, noblemen and intelligentsia, from
Russia in the end of the Civil War. The scene is laid in
Sevostopol, Konstantinopol and Paris.
The Byelorussian Station
1970, w/s, colour, 2762 m, 101 min.
Script by Vadim Trunin
Directed by Andrey Smirnov
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Music by Bulat Okudzhava
Art Design by Vladimir Korovin
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Glazyrin, Eugeny Leonov, Anatoly Papanov,
Vsevolod Safonov, Nina Urgant, Raisa Kurkina, Lyubov
Sokolova, Margarita Terekhova
About four comrades in arms who meet at the funeral of their
mutual friend. They haven't seen each other for twenty-five
years, but they have kept the feeling of front brother-hood,
mutual aid and humaneness.
In the Azure Steppe
1970, ordinary, b/w, 2848 m, 104 min.
Novella I “The Vortex”
Script by Yury Lukin
Valery Lonskoy
Vladimir Shamshurin
Directed by Valery Lonskoy
Vladimir Shamshurin
Camera by Grigory Shpakler
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Nadezhda Fedosova, Anatoly Solonitsyn, Yury Nazarov,
Alesha Zimovnov
Novella II “The Rottenness”
Script by Yury Lukin
V. Popov
Directed by Vitaly Koltsov
Camera by Igor Melnikov
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Lebedev, Lyubov Sokolova, Zinaida Kirienko,
Victor Sergachyov
Novella III ”The Food Commissar”
Script by Yury Lukin
Oleg Bondarev
Directed by Oleg Bondarev
Camera by Alexander Ryabov
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
Art Design by Nikolay Usachyov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Shakurov, Victor Shulgin, Nikolay Pogodin
A film-almanac made after M. Sholokhov’s stories consists of
three novellas and is devoted to the first years of the Soviet
power foundation on the Don: tense and full of serious human
conflicts and passions time.
Taymyr is Calling You
1970, TV film, ordinary, colour, 2439 m 89 min.
Script by Alexander Galich
Konstantin Isaev
Directed by Alexey Korenev
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Eduard Kolmanovsky
Art Design by Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Kuzmenkov, Eugeny Steblov, Eugeny Vesnik, Pavel
Pavlenko, Elena Koreneva, Svetlana Starikova, Inna
Makarova, Valentina Talyzina, Ekaterina Vasileva,
Zinovy Gerdt, Nikolay Parfyonov
A comic movie after the vaudeville by Alexander Galich and
Konstantin Isaev of the same name.
The Return of “St. Luke”
1970, w/s, colour, 2609 m, 95 min.
Script by Vladimir Kuznetsov
Boris Shustrov
With the participation of
Sergey Derkovsky
and Nikolay Kondrashov
Directed by Anatoly Bobrovsky
Camera by Roman Veseler
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Semyon Valyushok
Said Menyalshchikov
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Sanaev, Vladislav Dvorzhetsky, Oleg
Basilashvili, Ekaterina Vasileva, Natalia Rychagova,
Valery Ryzhakov, Vladimir Smirnov, Nikolay Parfyonov
A story of museum robbery and a search for the canvas by the
great Dutch painter of the XVII century Frans Hals “St. Luke”.
The Town of the First Love
1970, w/s, b/w, 2558 m, 93 min.
Script by Semyon Nagorny
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Directed by Boris Yashin
Manos Zakharias
Camera by Victor Sheynin
Pavel Lebeshev
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Roman Ledenyov
Art Design by Nikolay Usachyov
Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Elena Alekina, Boris Galkin, Maria Vandova, Vladimir
Grigorev, Natalia Gvozdikova, Nikolay Kasymzhanov,
Natalia Egorova, Alexander Neymyshev, Lidia
Konstantinova, Vladimir Nosik, Olga Ostroumova
All its four parts “Tsaritsyn-1919”, “Stalingrad-1929”,
“Stalingrad-1942”, “Contemporary Stories” are stories of first
love of a Red Army man and a grammar-school girl, a girl
member of Komsomol from the children's house and a kulak's
son, who met each other at the building of a tractor plant, and
also about a tragic love of a young machine-gunner and a girl
Lena in severe 1942 and about the first feeling of youth in the
70s.
Uncle Vanya
1970, ordinary, colour, 2857 m, 104 min.
Script by Andrey Mikhalkov-
Konchalovsky
Directed by Andrey Mikhalkov-
Konchalovsky
Camera by Georgy Rerberg
Eugeny Guslinsky
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Nikolay Dvigybsky
S t a r r i n g
Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Sergey Bondarchuk, Irina
Kupchenko, Irina Miroshnichenko, Vladimir Zeldin,
Nikolay Pastukhov, Irina Anisimova-Vulf, Ekaterina
Mazurova, Vyacheslav Butenko
A screen version of A. P. Chekhov's play of the same name.
Stars Shine For Ever
1970, w/f, colour, 3575 m, 104 min, with the participation of
“AZERBAYDZHANFILM” film studio
Script by Isa Guseynov
Adzhar Ibragimov
Directed by Adzhar Ibragimov
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Arif Melikov
Art Design by Eugeny Tchernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Samoylov, Eugeny Samoylov, Valerian
Vinogradov, Tengiz Archvadze, Boris Mulaev, Savely
Kramarov, Nelli Samushiya
This historic-biography film shows the brightest pages of the first
Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of Azerbaijan
Nariman Narimanov.
And It Was Evening and It Was Morning…
1970, w/s, b/w, 2436 m, 89 min.
Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Directed by Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Eugeny Svidetelev
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Golubovich, Boris Kudryavtsev, Svetlana Zhgun,
Yury Solomin, Kira Golovko, Elena Solovey, Eugeny
Matveev, Boris Khmelnitsky, Alexander Kaydanovsky,
Eugeny Lebedev, Vyacheslav Nevinny
A historic-revolutionary drama made after Boris Lavrenyov's
play “Break-up”, about the Baltic Sea sailors participation in the
revolutionary events of 1917.
Merry-Go-Round
1970, TV film, ordinary, colour, 2400 m, 88 min.
Script by Mikhail Shveytser
Directed by Mikhail Shveytser
Camera by German Lavrov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Basov, Natalia Vorobyova, Eugeny Leonov,
Ivan Lapikov, Pavel Pavlenko, Valentina Titova, Victor
Sergachyov, Elena Korolyova, Leonid Kuravlyov, Yury
Volyntsev, Vyacheslav Tikhonov
Based on A. P. Chekhov’s early stories, essays, humorous
sketches: “The Melancholy”, “The Ninny”, “The Nobel”, “The
Cynic”, “About the Harm of Smoking”, “Polenka”. The subject
of musical comedy “The Romance with the Double-Bass”
crosses the whole film by an ironic refrain.
When Mist Is Lifting
1970, ordinary, colour, 2753 m, 100 min.
Script by Sergey Stolyarov
Directed by Yury Vyshinsky
Camera by Nikolay Bolshakov
Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Vassily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Victor Avdyushko, Lyudmila Khityaeva, Leonid Kmit,
Kirill Stolyarov, Larissa Vikkel, Alexandra Danilova,
Sergey Golovanov, Yury Leonidov, Raisa Kurkina, Yury
Nazarov, Victor Kolpakov
On the grounds of A. Kleshchenko's story of the same name.
Once Peter Dyakonov, a water bailiff, detains the top chiefs
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during illegal hunting. After his dismissal he becomes a buoykeeper
and continues his fight with poachers.
The Crown of the Russian Empire
1970, w/s, colour, 1857 m, 68 min, 1st part
Script by Edmond Keosayan
Alexander Chervinsky
Directed by Edmond Keosayan
Camera by Mikhail Ardabevsky
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Levan Shengeliya
Savet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Metyolkin, Victor Kosykh, Victor Vasilev,
Valentina Kurdyukova, Ivan Pereverzev, Vladislav
Strzhelchik, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Arkady Tolbuzin,
Vladimir Ivashov
The Civil War is over. Four elusive avengers (the main
characters of the films “Elusive Avengers” and “The New
Adventures of the Elusive”) receive a new mission. They are
to protect museum valuables – former treasure of Russian
czars, and including the Big Emperor Crown.
The Red Square
1970, w/s, b/w, 4005 m, 146 min.
Script by Yuly Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Vassily Ordynsky
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Yakovlev, Alexander Kutepov, Stanislav
Lyubshin, Vyacheslav Shalevich, Valentina Malyavina,
Sergey Nikonenko, Pavel Kormukhin, Victor Shulgin
A historic-revolutionary film about the first days of existece of
the Red Army, front friendship, spirit and love fortitude, the
youth of the Soviet country.
Kremlin Chimes
1970, w/s, colour, 2717 m, 99 min.
Script by Oleg Stukalov
Directed by Victor Georgiev
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Yury Kayurov, Anatoly Falkovich, Boris Livanov, Yury
Kamorny, Antonina Pilyus, Mark Prudkin, Valentina
Serova, Boris Petker, Eugeny Teterin, Vsevolod Sanaev,
Gennady Yukhtin, Olga Zhizneva
After N. Pogodin's play of the same name about the
electrification plan origin, Lenin's efforts to bring
intelligentsia to cooperation with the new administration.
The Legend
1970, ordinary, colour, 2434 m, 89 min, co-production: “Kray”
(PPR)
Script by Valentin Ezhov
Zbitnev Zalusky
Directed by Silvestr Khenchinsky
Camera by Vitold Sobochinsky
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Yan Grandys
Tadeush Kosarevich
Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Burlyaev, Malgozhata Pototska, Igor
Strabuzhinsky, Maria Zbyshevska
About the joint struggle of Soviet and Polish guerrillas against
the Nazi invaders during the World War II. The film main
characters are a Russian fellow Sashka, who escaped the German
echelon, Yurik from Warsaw and Polish girl Yulka, who will
help the boys to get to guerrillas.
The Love for the Three Oranges
1970, TV film, ordinary, colour, 3407.2 m, 124 min, coproduction:
SOFIA STUDIO (Bulgaria)
Script by Nikolay Kirov
Yury Bogatyrenko
Directed by Victor Titov
Yury Bogatyrenko
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Sergey Prokofev
Art Design by K. Dzhidrov
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Martinson, Boris Amarantov, I. Tsvetarsky,
Andrey Nikolaev, Ilya Rutberg, Svetlana Orlova, Larissa
Trembovelskaya, Irina Pechernikova, Natalia Sedykh,
Boris Sichkin, Yury Medvedev, Vladimir Basov
A screen version of Sergey Prokofyev's opera-tale of the same
name.
The Sea in Flames
1970, w/f, colour, 4972 m, 145 min.
Script by Leon Saakov
Nikolay Figurovsky
Directed by Leon Saakov
Camera by Anatoly Petritsky
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
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Grigory Antonenko, Nikolay Grinko, Rostislav
Yankovsky, Vsevolod Platov, Vladimir Kashpur,
Konstantin Tyrtov, Dalvin Shcherbakov, Sergey
Lyakhnitsky, Yury Solomin, Olga Ostroumova
The film shows a heroic defence of Sevastopol in 1941-42 years.
The Nature of Seamen
1970, w/s, colour, 2754 m, 101 min.
Script by Leonid Sobolev
Olga Mikhaltseva
Vassily Zhuravlyov
Directed by Vassily Zhuravlyov
Camera by Leonid Kosmatov
Vladimir Zakharchuk
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Alexey Lebedev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Vladimir Druzhnikov, Peter Glebov,
Boris Tokarev, Vladimir Kostin, Alexander Lukyanov,
Lyudmila Gladunko, Oleg Mokshantsev
A heroic drama made after Leonid Sobolev's stories. The film is
devoted to the defenders of Odessa, marines, who fought against
the fascist invaders.
My Street
1970, TV film, ordinary, colour, 2131.2 m, 78 min.
Script by Nikolay Figurovsky
Directed by Leonid Maryagin
Camera by Victor Sheynin
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Boris Kudryavtsev, Nina Sazonova, Gennady Sayfulin,
Eugeny Shutov, Eugenia Uralova, Natalia Sayko,
Vyacheslav Shalevich
After Isidor Shtok's play “Leningrad Avenue”.
On the Way to Lenin
1970, w/s, b/w, 2978 m, 109 min, co-production: "DEFA"
(DDR)
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Gelmut Bayerl
with the participation of
Gyunter Raysh and
G. Fisher
Directed by Gyunter Raysh
Camera by Valery Vladimirov
Yurgen Brauer
Music by Karl-Ernest Zasse
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
Alfred Tomalla
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Gotfrid Rikhter, Khelmut Khabel, Lev
Krugly, Zhanna Bolotova, Khaydemari Ventsel
On the grounds of A. Kurella’s (Germany) memoirs of the
German Communists activity in the 20s, the author's meeting
with V. I. Lenin and the preparation of the International Youth
Congress.
The Mates
1970, TV film, ordinary, colour, 3932.3 m, 144 min.
Script by Vladimir Kuznetsov
Boris Medovoy
Directed by Vladimir Nazarov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Zinaida Slavina, Valery Zolotukhin, Ivan Lapikov, Oleg
Efremov, Mikhail Kokshenov, Alexey Inzhevatov, Peter
Glebov, Gennady Yukhtin, Nina Agapova, Maya
Bulgakova, Leonid Kuravlyov
About lives of three Komsomol members, called up by the Soviet
administration to join the All-Union Emergence Committee to
fight with the enemies of the Revolution.
One of Us
1970, w/s, b/w, 2841 m, 104 min.
Script by Alexey Nagorny
Gely Ryabov
Directed by Gennady Poloka
Camera by Samuil Rubashkin
Genri Abramyan
Music by Eduard Khagagortyan
Art Design by Felix Boguslavsky
Mikhail Shcheglov
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Yumatov, Dmitry Masanov, Valentin
Grachyov, Nikolay Grinko, Fedor Nikitin,
Igor Dmitriev, Arkady Tolbuzin, Tamara Syomina,
Irina Korotkova, Nikolay Grabbe,
Ivan Ryzhov, Lyudmila Gurchenko, Tatiana
Konyukhova
A heroic-adventure film about chekists (members of the
Emergence Committee), who on the eve of the Second World
War joined a mortal brush with the fascist subversive group,
preparing the Soviet defense plant explosion.
The Guardian
1970, w/s, colour, 2348 m, 86 min.
Script by Samuil Shatrov
Directed by Albert Mkrtchyan
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Edgar Khodzhikyan
Camera by Mikhail Koroptsov
Music by Pavel Aedonitsky
Art Design by Anatoly Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zbruev, Georgy Vitsin, Klara Luchko, Irina
Murzaeva, Konstantin Sorokin, Gurgen Tonunts,
Valentin Grachyov, Larissa Vikkel, Muza
Krepkogorskaya
A sponger Misha Koroedov, remembering his girl friend Lyuba,
who is a waiter, comes to a south town. But Lyuba is not going to
feed the lounger and places him a guardian to her friend old
lady… Satirical comedy ridiculing grabbers, spongers and
drunkards.
The First Pages
1970, ordinary, b/w, 1983 m, 72 min.
Script by Sergey Linkov
Konstantin Osin
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Sergey Linkov
Konstantin Osin
Mikhail Romm
Camera by Victor Listopadov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
A feature-publicistic film about artists, literary people, cinema
people, pioneers of Lenin studies in literature and the arts.
Songs of the Sea
1970, w/s, colour, 2359 m, 86 min, co-production:
“BUCHAREST” (Romania)
Script by Boris Laskin
Franchisk Muntyanu
Directed by Franchisk Muntyanu
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Chen-Yu-Lan
Music by Temistokle Popa
Mark Fradkin
Art Design by Dzhulio Tinku
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Fateeva, Dan Spetaru, Ion Dikisyanu, Stefan
Benike, Dimitru Kessa, Reka Nog, Emil Khosu, Peter
Paulkhofer, Anka Pandrya
A Rumanian students amateur group, having overcome different
difficulties, managed to get admitted to the Sochi variety song
festival and achieved success.
The Train to Tomorrow
1970, w/s, b/w, 2428 m, 89 min.
Script by Alexander Borshchagovsky,
Vladimir Sutyrin
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Alexander Fryarkovsky
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Zasukhin, Vladimir Tatosov, Emilia Popova,
Alexander Gay, Valentina Berezutskaya, Georgy
Kulikov, Grigory Gay, Rodion Alexandrov, Vladimir
Kashpur, Vladimir Volkov, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan,
Alexey Safonov
About the first months of the formation of the Soviet Power in
Russia and movement of the Government from Petrograd to
Moscow.
The Eternal Envoys
1970, w/s, colour, 2478 m, 90 min.
Script by Georgy Mdivani
Directed by Teodor Vulfovich
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Art Design by Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Kayurov, Ivan Lapikov, Rodion Alexandrov,
Vassily Mashchenko, Alexander Gay, Vladimir Tatosov,
Andrey Kabaladze, Rostislav Strelkov, Nikolay Kryukov,
Alexander Belousov, Gennady
Morozov, Nikolay Trofimov, Gennady Yukhtin, Galina
Andreeva, Vsevolod Safonov, Victor Koretsky, Lev
Polyakov
About a scientist and art critic prince Olensky, the Hermitage
director, who saved for Russia the museum collection in October
days of 1917.
Retribution
1970, w/s, colour, 2273 m, 83 min.
Script by Anatoly Sofronov
Directed by Fedor Filippov
Camera by Era Saveleva
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Yankovsky, Victoria Fyodorova, Lyubov Sokolova,
Leonid Kulagin, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Nikolay
Volkov, Rufina Nifontova, Ivan Lapikov, Elizaveta
Nikishchikhina, Ekaterina Savinova
A psychological drama made after Anatoly Safronov’s play “The
Son”. In the hard hour of the War Mikhail Platov, scared by the
death, became a traitor. He washed away his guilt by a hard
work, but when he met his son, he read pain and rebuke in his
eyes.
The Heart of Russia
1970, w/s, b/w, 2758 m, 101 min.
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Script by Dmitry Vasiliu
Anna Kaplanyan
Directed by Vera Stroeva
Camera by Antonina Egina
Music by Dzhivani Mikhaylov
Art Design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Tatosov, Alexander Gay, Sergey Desnitsky,
Vsevolod Kuznetsov, Oleg Tabakov, Afanasy Kochetkov,
Igor Kashintsev, Victor Avdyushko, Alexey Eybozhenko,
Natalia Bondarchuk, Ivan Lapikov, Efim Kopelyan
A historic-revolutionary film about the events of October
1917.
What Happened to Polynin
1970, w/s, b/w, 2691 m, 98 min.
Script by Konstantin Simonov
Alexey Sakharov
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Genry Abramyan
Nikolay Nemolyaev
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Anastasia Vertinskaya, Oleg Efremov, Oleg Tabakov,
Nonna Mordyukova, Bella Manyakina, Georgy Burkov,
Alexander Khanov, Lev Durov, Alexander
Porokhovshchikov, Vladimir Kashpur
After Konstantin Simonov's story of the same name. It is a story
of love between an air regiment commander Polynin and a front
actress Galina Prokofeva, who met each other during the hard
years of the WWII.
The Torch Bearers
1970, TV film, ordinary, colour, 1512 m, 55 min.
Script by Dmitry Vasiliu
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art Design by Valery Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Matveev, Lyubov Sokolova, Oleg Yankovsky,
Tamara Syomina, Vitaly Bazin, Ivan Lapikov, Anatoly
Papanov, Vladimir Pitsek, Nikolay Parfyonov, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Boris Yurchenko
On the grounds of Alexander Bek's story “Lenin's Letter” about
overcoming the devastation in the country after the Civil War.
Sport, Sport, Sport!
1970, ordinary, colour, 2325 m, 85 min.
Script by German Klimov
Directed by Elem Klimov
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Oleg Zguridi
Yury Skhirtladze
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Nikolay Serebryakov
Alina Speshneva
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Svetlani, Elena Novozhilova, Vladimir Andreev,
Valery Brumel, German Klimov, Nikita Mikhalkov,
Larissa Shepitko, Eugeny Matveev
A feature-publicistic film. Using documentary material of real
sport competitions and editing it with detailed pantomime novels,
the authors show the history of sport development and its future,
and the relations between sport, politics, art and morals.
The Sea-Gull
1970, w/s, colour, 2729 m, 100 min.
Script by Yuly Karasik
Directed by Yuly Karasik
Camera by Mikhail Suslov
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Alla Demidova, Vladimir Chetverikov,
Nikolay Plotnikov, Lyudmila Saveleva,
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Sofia Pavlova,
Valentina Telichkina, Yury Yakovlev,
Efim Kopelyan
Made after A. P. Chekhov’s play of the same name about
searches and doubts of Russian intelligentsia in the end of XIX
century.
The Wonderful Character
1970, w/s, b/w, 2514 m, 92 min.
Script by Edvard Radzinsky
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art Design by Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Doronina, Anatoly Azo, Gennady Krynkin,
Vladimir Basov
A musical comedy. A Siberian Nadezhda Kazakova comes to a
festival of youth song to a south town at the sea. Nadezhda fails
at the first rehearsal and leaves the festival. Far away in
mountains in the working club of the hydroelectric power station
she finds success, inspiration and love.
1971
Antracite
1971, ordinary, colour, 2173 m, 79 min.
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Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Directed by Alexander Surin
Camera by Vladimir Osherov
Mikhail Bits
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Zhanna Prokhorenko, Roman Gromadsky, Alexander
Zbruev, Yury Nazarov, Vladimir Zamansky, Georgy
Nikolaenko, Lyudmila Maxakova
The film shows one day in the life of a miners' team, which is
about to establish a new record in mine-working of coal. This day
for the members of the team becomes a severe test of their moral
firmness.
Return to Life
1971, w/s, b/w, 4516 m, 165 min.
Script by Maro Erzinkyan
Vladimir Basov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Andrey Kuznetsov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Leonkhard Merzin, Valentina Titova, Konstantin
Zabelin, Pauli Rinne, Tamara Loginova, Ita Ever
Made after Akhto Levi's story “Grey Wolf's Notes”. The plot of
the film is the life of a man, who sunk low under tragic
circumstances, but the people around help the main character to
find strength to fight his way back to dignified life.
The Twelve Chairs
1971, ordinary, colour, 4414 m, 161 min.
Script by Vladlen Bakhnov
Leonid Gayday
Directed by Leonid Gayday
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Valery Shuvalov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Archil Gomiashvili, Sergey Filippov, Mikhail Pugovkin,
Natalia Krachkovskaya, Natalia Vorobeva, Glikeria
Bogdanova-Chesnokova,
Nina Grebeshkova, Klara Rumyanova, Natalia Varley,
Yury Nikulin
The film “The Twelve Chairs” is a comedy made after I. Ilf’s and
E. Petrov's novel of the same name.
Gentlemen of Luck
1971, ordinary, colour, 2412 m, 88 min.
Script by Victoria Tokareva
Georgy Daneliya
Directed by Alexander Sery
Camera by Georgy Kupriyanov
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Leonov, Georgy Vitsin, Savely Kramarov,
Radner Muratov, Erast Garin, Natalia Fateeva,
Oleg Vidov, Nikolay Olyalin, Anatoly Papanov
An eccentric comedy about a way the Criminal In-vestigation
Department's officials decided to use resemblance
between a kindergarten director and a gang leader alias the
Reader to find stolen archaeological valuables.
Yegor Bulytchev and Others
1971, ordinary, colour, 2466 m, 90 min.
Script by Sergey Solovyov
Directed by Sergey Solovyov
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Maya Bulgakova, Ekaterina Vasileva,
Zinaida Slavina, Anatoly Romashin, Eugeny Steblov,
Rimma Markova, Efim Kopelyan
A drama made after M. Gorky’s play of the same name about
ways and searches of the Russian industrial intelligentsia and
merchants.
If You Are a Man …
1971, w/s, colour, 2043 m, 75 min.
Script by Ivan Bondin
Directed by Anatoly Tchemodurov
Camera by Dmitry Korzhikhin
Music by Alexander Fryarkovsky
Art Design by Said Menyalshchikov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Tokarev, Nikolay Merzlikin, Zhanna Prokhorenko,
Inna Gulaya, Lyudmila Gladunko, Erast Garin
The film main character, a young construction worker, a man of
heart generosity and kindness. He has to make mistakes, to be
disappointed and even to risk his life, but he believes in kindness
of people.
Ilf and Petrov Were Going on a Tram
1971, TV film, b/w, 1987 m, 73 min.
Script by Victor Titov
Directed by Victor Titov
Camera by Georgy Rerberg
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Pavel Petrov
Yury Fomenko
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S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Basov, Inna Gobzeva, Zinovy Gerdt, Nikolay
Grabbe, Mikhail Gluzsky, Lev Durov, Eugeny Leonov,
Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Lidia Smirnova, Oleg Tabakov
The film is based on stories, feuiletons, some notices and
notebooks of I. Ilf and E. Petrov and tells us about life and
weekdays of the Soviet people in the 30s.
The Commitee of the 19
1971, w/s, colour, 4442 m, 162 min.
Script by Sergey Mikhalkov
Alexander Shlepyanov
with the participation of
Savva Kulish
Directed by Savva Kulish
Camera by Konstantin Brovin
Vladimir Fastenko
Music by Oleg Karavaychuk
Art Design by Leonid Pertsev
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Zasukhin, Svetlana Smekhnova, Yuri Yarvet,
Madlen Marion, Naum Shopov, Yuris Strenga
A political lampoon. During an expedition in one of Africa
countries a UN commission finds a place, where neo-fascists
make bacteriological weapon and test it on the local population.
The commission representatives disclose the neo-fascists crime.
The End of the Lubavins
1971, w/s, colour, 2629 m, 96 min.
Script by Leonid Nekhoroshev
Leonid Golovnya
Directed by Leonid Golovnya
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
Boris Tsaryov
S t a r r i n g
Albert Akchurin, Marianna Vertinskaya, Valery
Khlevinsky, Galina Yatskina, Vladislav Dvorzhetsky,
Georgy Zhzhenov, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan
After Vassily Shukshin's novel “The Lubavins”. A country
member of Komsomol, his uncle, an old Bolshevik, and few most
active inhabitants of the village join the struggle with the family
of prosperous peasants Lubavins and a gang, which supports
them.
The Crown of the Russian Empire or Once
Again the Elusive Avengers
1971, w/s, colour, 1899 m, 69 min, 2nd pars
Script by Edmond Keosayan
Alexander Chervinsky
Directed by Edmond Keosayan
Camera by Mikhail Ardabevsky
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Levan Shengeliya
Savet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Metyolkin, Victor Kosykh, Vassily Vasilev,
Valentina Kordyukova, Ivan Pereverzev, Vladimir
Ivashov, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Arkady Tolbuzin,
Vladislav Strzhelchik
The Civil War is over. Four elusive avengers, who became
chekists (members of the Emergency Committee) receive a new
mission. They are to protect the meseum valuables, including the
Big imperial crown, which is encroach on by pretended heirs to
the czarist's throne.
The Boys
1971, w/s, b/w, 2621 m, 96 min.
Script by Alexander Rekemchuk
Directed by Ekaterina Stashevskaya
Camera by Victor Belokopytov
Music by Vladimir Terletsky
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Nikitin, Andrey Drozdov, Anton Tabakov, Yury
Leonidov, Antonina Maximova, Gennady Yudin, Leonid
Kuravlyov, Stanislav Sadalsky, Nikolay Denisov, Alexey
Menglet
About lives of Zhenia Prokhorov and his friends, the chorus
pupils. The birth of a musician, the search of a vocation, careful
attitude to the talent of a young singer, and then of a beginning
composer are the plot of the film.
The Young Ones
1971, w/f, colour, 3156 m, 92 min.
Script by Alexander Chervinsky
Directed by Nikolay Moskalenko
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Mark Fradkin
Art Design by Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Kindinov, Lyubov Nefedova, Zhanna
Goroshenya, Nelli Pshennaya, Nonna Mordyukova,
Tatiana Pelttser, Alla Larionova, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan
On the grounds of A. Andreev’s novel “Settle Our Dispute,
People”. She is a smart, who is surrounded by her parents'
attention and that is why not quite independent, and he is a
construction worker, who can’t live without creation. Both main
characters are trying to find points of contact, and despite the
fact, that they are parted, their mutual feeling to each other will
certainly unite them.
There Is No Time to Wait
1971, w/s , b/w, 2198 m, 80 min.
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Script by Vladimir Akimov
Directed by Vladimir Akimov
Camera by Victor Masevich
Alexander Egorov
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Rudnev, Yury Nazarov, Nina Kiryanova, Victor
Shulgin, Semyon Morozov, Natalia Bondarchuk,
Vladislav Dvorzhetsky
About a young Komsomol member, who left Moscow for a
distant province to organize a collective farm in the 30s.
Nyurka's Life
1971, w/s, colour, 2676 m, 98 min.
Script by Nikolay Evdokimov
Directed by Anatoly Bobrovsky
Camera by Vladimir Chukhnov
Music by Boris Tchaykovsky
Art Design by Vassily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Degtyaryova, Oleg Efremov, Eugeny Karelskikh,
Vsevolod Sanaev, Nina Sazonova
About the life of a young girl, a yesterday pupil, entering adult
life.
Liberation
1971, w/f, colour, 5550 m, 202 min, with the participa-tion of
“DEFA” (GDR) ,”PRFZF” film studio (Poland), "DINO
DE LAURENTIIS CHINEMATOGRAFI-CA SPA"
(Italy)
4th Film: “Battle for Berlin”
5th Film: “The Last Assault”
Script by Yury Bondarev
Oskar Kurganov
Yury Ozerov
Directed by Yury Bondarev
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Vassily Shukshin, Nikolay Olyalin,
Lyudmila Golubkina, Mikhail Nozhkin, Valery Nosik,
Yury Kamorny, Bukhuti Zakariadze, Frits Dits
Conclusive films of the epic film “Liberation”, which tell us
about heavy fighting on the outskirts of Berlin, the assault of
Reichstag, the unconditional capitulation of Hitler's Reich, the
Crimea conference of the leaders of the Antihitler Coalition.
Sing the Song, Poet
1971, ordinary, colour, 2116 m, 77 min.
Script by Gennady Shpalikov
Sergey Urusevsky
Directed by Sergey Urusevsky
Camera by Sergey Urusevsky
Music by Kirill Molchanov
Art Design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Nikonenko, Natalia Uzhvy, Andrey Kostrichkin,
Natalia Belokhvostikova, Tatiana Ignatova, Eugeny
Kindinov
About work of the great Russian poet Sergey Esenin, his inborn
bond with his native land, its people and nature.
Premature Man
1971, w/s, colour,2787 m, 102 min.
Script by Abram Room
Directed by Abram Room
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Alexander Skryabin
Art Design by Leonid Kozlov
S t a r r i n g
Igor Kvasha, Anastasia Vertinskaya, Alexander
Kalyagin, Boris Ivanov, Nina Shatskaya, Valentin
Smirnitsky, Natalia Varley
After unfinished play by M. Gorky “Jakov Bogomolov” about
man’s dignity, and about creative work for the benefit of people
as the leading goal of man’s life.
A Soldier Returns from the Front
1971, w/s, b/w, 2343 m, 86 min.
Script by Vassily Shukshin
Directed by Nikolay Gubenko
Camera by Elizbar Karavaev
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Gluzsky, Irina Miroshnichenko, Nikolay
Gubenko
Based on Sergey Antonov’s stories. Having returned from
the front, the soldier learnt about his wife's death, but he found
strength to live. About the process of rehabilitation of the
villages, ruined by the War, and the lives of Russian people,
returned to peaceful labour.
The Missing Witness
1971, w/s, colour, 2440 m, 89 min.
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Script by Boris Mozhaev
Directed by Vladimir Nazarov
Camera by Vitaly Nikolaev
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Art Design by Semyon Valyushok
Said Menyalshchikov
S t a r r i n g
Valery Zolotukhin, Maxim Munzuk, Marta Zoriktueva,
Artem Inozemtsev, Lyudmila Maxakova
About the investigation of the murder of a scientist-biologist by
poachers. The investigator is militia officer Serezhkin, a
character from "The Master of the Taiga".
Cobweb
1971, TV film, colour, 3702.4 m, 135 min.
Script by Andrey Donatov
Eugeny Mitko
Roman Raygorodetsky
Directed by Eduard Gavrilov
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Mikhail Bogdanov
S t a r r i n g
Larissa Luzhina, Vladimir Ivanov, Nina Yakovleva,
Alexandra Solovyova, Yura Shumeyko, Lev Durov
The captain of one of fishing seiners found a large school of fish,
but he didn't warn the other ships. "Race" in the ocean was the
reason of an accident and now the comrades decided to
investigate the deed of the seiner's captain.
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1971, ordinary, colour, 2118 m, 78 min, 1st part
Script by Alexander Ptushko
with the participation of
Samuil Bolotin
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Petrova, Valery Kozinets, Oleg Mokshantsev,
Ruslan Akhmetov, Vyacheslav Nevinny, Andrey
Abrikosov
A film-tale based on A.S. Pushkin’s poem of the same name.
The Russian Field
1971, w/f, colour, 2480 m, 91 min.
Script by Mikhail Alexeev
Directed by Nikolay Moskalenko
Camera by Yury Gantman
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Nonna Mordyukova, Vladimir Tikhonov, Leonid
Markov, Inna Makarova, Lyubov Malinovskaya,
Lyudmila Khityaeva, Zoya Fyodorova
About a female tractor team leader, whose life clusters the
collective farm's destiny, a self-sacrificing toiler, a woman of
reach heart.
The Seventh Sky
1971, w/s, b/w, 2680 m, 98 min.
Script by Anatoly Galiev
Mikhail Maklyarsky
with the participation of
Eduard Bocharov
Directed by Eduard Bocharov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Alla Larionova, Nikolay Rybnikov, Leonid Kuravlyov,
Oleg Zhakov, Olga Soshnikova, Nikolay Grabbe, Rita
Gladunko
A Muscovite meets a miner and goes with him to the south town,
but difficult miners life soon force her to return to her customary
way of life, and she leaves for Moscow. But the feeling to her
lover still lives with her.
The Musician’s Sister
1971, w/f, colour, 2462 m, 72 min.
Script by Anatoly Alexin
Directed by Pavel Khomsky
Igor Khomsky
Camera by Mikhail Suslov
Music by Murat Kazhlaev
Art Design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Irina Popova, Svetlana Smekhnova, Alexander Vdovin,
Vladimir Shishkin, Eugeny Menshov, Natalia Vorobyova
A musical comedy about life of highschool students in the 70s.
Listen, at the Opposite Side
1971, w/s, colour, 2756 m, 101 min, co-production:
“MONGOLKINO” (MPR)
Script by Boris Ermolaev
Badrakhyn Sumkhu
with the participation of
Alexander Basargin and
Yury Dobrokhotov
Directed by Boris Ermolaev
Badrakhyn Sumkhu
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
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B. Dembrel
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
E. Choydog
Art Design by Nikolay Usachyov
Ochiryn Myagmar
S t a r r i n g
Tch. Nerguy, Mikhail Ulyanov, Vsevolod Safonov, E.
Ganbold, Elza Lezhdey, Svetlana Starikova
About the events at Khalkin-Gol in summer 1939, about the
defeat of the Japanese Army by the Mongol-Soviet troops
The Deadly Enemy
1971, ordinary, colour, 2370 m, 87 min.
Script by Arnold Vitol
with the participation of
Eugeny Matveev
Directed by Eugeny Matveev
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Nikolay Budashkin
Art Design by Valery Filippov
Vladimir Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Zhanna Prokhorenko, Eugeny Matveev, Stanislav
Chekan, Alexander Lazarev, Georgy Vitsin, Peter Glebov
After M. Sholokhov's early Don stories about the problem of the
characters' personal drama intertwined with the uncompromizing
class struggle in the first years of the Soviet Power on the Don
region.
The Old Men-Robbers
1971, ordinary, colour, 2502 m, 91 min.
Script by Emil Braginsky
Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Genry Abramyan
Nikolay Nemolyaev
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Mikhail Bogdanov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Nikulin, Eugeny Evstigneev, Olga Aroseva, Georgy
Burkov, Andrey Mironov
A comedy about two friends, an engineer and an investigator,
unwilling to retire and determined to prove that they are still
worth their salt.
The Telegramm
1971, ordinary, colour, 2603 m, 95 min.
Script by Semyon Lungin
Ilya Nusinov
Directed by Rolan Bykov
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Mikhail Meerovich
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Kryuchkov, Mikhail Yanshin, Yury Nikulin,
Tanya Grishina, Seryozha Voinov, Seryozha Shustitsky
Sixth grade children Tosha and Kostya, are looking for the
addressee of a telegram, which in the event was sent during the
War, being unsuspicious of the fact, that the addressee is Tosha’s
mother.
The Shadows Disappear at Noon
1971, TV film, colour, 14,133 m, 516 min.
Script by Arnold Vitol
Anatoly Ivanov
Directed by Valery Uskov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Camera by Peter Emelyanov
Vladimir Minaev
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Nina Ruslanova, Peter Velyaminov, Lev Polyakov, Valery
Gataev, Vladimir Samoylov, Alexandra Zavyalova, Peter
Dolzhanov, Sergey Yakovlev, Boris Novikov, Eugeny
Shutov, Ivan Ryzhov, Sergey Polezhaev, Galina Polskikh
The film was made after A. Ivanov’s novel of the same name and
shows a wide picture of the life of a Siberian village, telling us
about the destiny of several generation home-folks during
decades.
You and Me
1971, ordinary, colour, 2662 m, 97 min.
Script by Gennady Shpalikov
Larissa Shepitko
Directed by Larissa Shepitko
Camera by Alexander Knyazhinsky
Music by Alfred Shitke
Art Design by Alexander Boym
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Dyachkov, Yury Vizbor, Alla
Demidova, Natalia Bondarchuk, Leonid
Markov, Vladimir Nosik, Lidia Konstantinova,
Oleg Efremov
Being close to a discovery, which the rescue of a large number of
people depended on, the film main character left his research
work and found quieter place. Many years after selfdissatisfaction
made him to give up everything and he left for
Siberia, where numerous meetings with different people help him
to overcome himself and return to the work, once left by him.
At Our Plant
1971, w/s, colour, 2398 m, 88 min.
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Script by Leonid Agranovich
Directed by Leonid Agranovich
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Yu-Lan Chen
Music by Mikhail Ziv
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Bespalova, Eugenia Uralova, Peter Konstantinov,
Alexander Kovalyov,
Nikolay Volkov, Vitaly Solomin
A group of engineers, technicians, workers of a large shipbuilding
plant work at creation of a new vessel design. Their
work, search, fails and joy are part and parcel of the plant
collective.
The Price of Fast Seconds
1971, w/f, colour, 3129 m, 91 min.
Script by Edgar Smirnov
Vladimir Chebotaryov
Anatoly Yusin
Directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov
Camera by Yury Gantman
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Nikolay Usachyov
S t a r r i n g
Valentina Malyavina, Alexander Belyavsky, Elena
Ryabinkina, Liliana Alyoshnikova, Vladimir Gusev,
Vladimir Samoylov, Gennady Yudin, Valery Abramov
The film tells us about talent skaters, their hard and thorny way
to a podium, and struggle for seconds, which lead to records.
1972
Three Minutes Before The Hour
1972, w/s, b/w, 2041 m, 74 min.
Script by Semyon Lungin
Directed by Genrikh Gabay
Camera by Alexander Ryabov
Music by Alexey Rybnikov
Art Design by Lev Semyonov
S t a r r i n g
Volodya Tsibulsky, Oksana Portugalova, Victor
Rzhevsky, Volodya Barshay, Lyuda Movsesyan, Iya
Savvina, Igor Yasulovich, Irina Murzaeva
During a walking tour the school children accidentally heard a
distress call of a fishing seiner on the radio. The children with
accustomed sense of duty and responsibility do their best to help
the fishermen.
Fight After the Victory
1972, w/s, b/w, 4532 m, 165 min.
Script by Vasily Ardamatsky
Mikhail Bleyman
Vilen Azarov
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Volokov, Georgy Zhzhenov, Eugeny Kuznetsov,
Alexey Eybozhenko, Grigory Gay, Lyudmila Maxakova,
Vladimir Gusev, Mati Klooren, Nikolay Prokopovich
The film tells us about a Soviet intelligence agent Sergey Krylov,
known to the viewers from the films “The Road to Saturn” and
“The End of Saturn”. After the Hitler Germany defeat he enters
Gelen’s spy network and fights with organizers of new
subversive schools.
Fight With the Shadow
1972, ordinary, colour, 2261 m, 83 min.
Script by Oleg Osetinsky
Directed by Valentin Popov
Camera by Alexander Dubinsky
Music by Alexander Kolker
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Bespalova, Pavel Sergeichev, Gustav Kirshteyn,
Yury Nazarov, Lyudmila Shagalova, Valentina Lysenko,
Igor Kosukhin
The film is made after M. Alexandrov’s story ”The Leather
Gloves”. Having failed to enter an institute, Sergey fills lighters
in a workshop, and he devotes his free time to his new hobby –
boxing. Having reached a considerable success during the short
period of time, Sergey overestimates himself, not realizing the
fact, that sport requires absolute self-sacrifice, great will power
and insistence in reaching one's aim.
Residence Permit
1972, w/s, b/w, 2418 m, 88 min.
Script by Sergey Mikhalkov
Alexander Shlepyanov
Directed by Omari Gvasaliya
Alexander Stefanovich
Camera by Yury Sokol
Music by Leonid Garin
Georgy Garanyan
Art Design by Anatoly Brusilovsky
S t a r r i n g
Albert Filozov, Victoria Fyodorova, Inna Sergeeva,
Leonid Nedovich, Leonid Obolensky, Alexander Ilin,
Mark Sadkovich
The film main character, a physician by avocation, believed, that
without freedom he would never achieve success. Having taken
advantage of a tour abroad, he didn't return. And when he
became a jobless, he accepted the proposal of a subversive
school.
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Visit of Courtesy
1972, w/f, colour, 5379 m, 157 min.
Script by Anatoly Grebnev
Yuly Rayzman
Directed by Yuly Rayzman
Camera by Naum Ardashnikov
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
Art Design by Nikolay Dvigubsky
Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Boris Gusakov, Lyubov Albitskaya, Nikolay Rachinsky,
Leonid Tarabarinov, Vladimir Nosik, Alla Demidova,
Alexey Eybozhenko, Boris Khimichev, Vladislav
Strzhelchik
Four parallel developed stories: “The Ship”, “The Port”,
“Pompei” and “The Theatre” are bound up with the life of a
training military vessel's captain Andrey Glebov, who visited a
foreign port town.
Always On the Alert
1972, w/f, colour, 2588 m, 76 min.
The first film from the film dilogy “In the North, In the
South, In the East, In the West”
Script by Vadim Kozhevnikov
Efim Dzigan
Directed by Efim Dzigan
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art Design by Alexander Myagkov
Tatiana Lapshina
S t a r r i n g
Peter Chernov, Nikolay Alexeev, Alexey Presnetsov,
Vladimir Sokolov, Victor Pavlov
About everyday life of Soviet frontier guards in the 70s.
The Hot Snow
1972, w/s, colour, 2861 m, 104 min.
Script by Yury Bondarev
Eugeny Grigorev
Gavriil Elizarov
Directed by Gavriil Elizarov
Camera by Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Alfred Shitke
Art Design by Vasily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Zhzhenov, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Vadim
Spiridonov, Boris Tokarev, Nikolay Eryomenko-junior,
Tamara Sidelnikova, Arno Babadzhanyan, Yury
Nazarov, Alexey Pankin, Valentin Grachyov, Konstantin
Tyrtov
Based on Yury Bondarev's novel of the same name. The main
idea of a dramatic scene is the legendary battle on the Volga
during the Second World War.
Responsible for Everything
1972, w/s, b/w, 2444 m, 89 min.
Script by Victor Rozov
Directed by Georgy Natanson
Camera by Valery Vladimirov
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art Design by Peter Kiselyov
S t a r r i n g
Olga Yakovleva, German Zhuravlyov, Alexander
Lazarev, Vera Vasileva, Yury Mazhuga, Vsevolod
Kuznetsov, Nina Doroshina, Nikita Podgorny, Alexey
Gribov, Mikhail Yanshin, Oleg Efremov
On the grounds of Victor Rozov's play “Traditional Reunion”.
The film main characters graduated from a school in the tragic
1941. Thirty years after they gather at a traditional reunion.
I Do Believe
1972, ordinary, b/w, 4400 m, 161 min.
Script by Solomon Zenin
Alexander Novogrudsky
Mikhail Romm
Directed by Elem Klimov
Marlen Khutsiev
Camera by German Lavrov
Oleg Zguridi
Music by Alfred Shnitke
The last film by the famous film director Mikhail Romm about
the postwar Western countries, the burning social conflicts and
struggle for peace.
Engineer Pronchatov
1972, TV film, ordinary, colour, 5468.7 m, 200 min.
Script by Vil Lipatov
Irina Mazuruk
Vladimir Nazarov
Directed by Vladimir Nazarov
Camera by Vitaly Nikolaev
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Igor Vasilev, Yury Kayurov, Mikhail Gluzsky, Tamara
Syomina, Inna Makarova, Mikhail Kokshenov, Gennady
Yukhtin, Antonina Zhmakova, Igor Kashintsev, Anatoly
Solovyov
A three-part TV film based on Vyl Lypatov's short stories, which
tells us about people who work on a distant northern river.
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The Commander of the Lucky “Pike”
1972, w/s, colour, 2767 m, 101 min.
Script by Alexander Moldavsky
Vladimir Valutsky
Boris Volchek
Directed by Boris Volchek
Camera by Boris Volchek
Valentin Makarov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Vladimir Aronin
S t a r r i n g
Peter Velyaminov, Donatas Banionis, Elena
Dobronravova, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Volkov,
Vladimir Kashpur, Svetlana Sukhovey, Nikita Astakhov,
Valentina Berezutskaya, Alexander Borisov, Eugeny
Evstigneev
A heroic-feature film. In 1942, when Germans were preparing to
seize Murmansk, the Soviet command decided to activate the
North Fleet. The film tells us about one of the submarines, which
mission was to destroy enemy vessels with soldiers and
ammunition.
Summer Dreams
1972, w/s, colour, 2153 m, 79 min.
Script by Anatoly Sofronov
Directed by Vitaly Koltsov
Camera by Igor Melnikov
Music by Bogdan Trotsyuk
Art Design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Trofimov, Natalia Fateeva, Lyudmila
Gurchenko, Vitaly Shapovalov, Anatoly Vedenkin,
Galina Fedotova, Eugeny Gerasimov, Sergey Martinson
A musical comedy about the life of a Kuban village in the 70s
made after A. Sofronov's play “The Cook”, “The Cook Gets
Married” and “Pavlinka”.
At the Corner of Arbat and Babulinas
Street
1972, ordinary, colour, 2676 m, 98 min.
Script by Galina Shergova
Directed by Manos Zakharias
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Chursina, Vladimir Skomarovsky, Raisa
Zvereva, Nikolay Burlyaev, Vadim Vlasov, Yanis
Melderis, Alexander Litkens, Vladimir Zamansky, Sergey
Shakurov
The plot of the film is the relation between a Soviet journalist and
a Greek writer-patriot, who had come to Moscow before the
power in Greece was seized by the military junta.
The Anvil or The Hammer
1972, ordinary, colour, 4318 m, 158 min, co-production with
SOFIA FEATURE FILMS STUDIO (Bulgaria), “DEFA”
(DDR)
Script by Luyben Stanev
Ivan Radoev
with the participation of
Volfgang Ebelinga
Directed by Khristo Khristov
Camera by Atanas Tasev
Music by Simon Pironkov
Art Design by Khristo Stefanov
S t a r r i n g
Stefan Getsov, Vilyam Poloni, Frank Oberman, Khanio
Khasse, Mikaela Kraysler, Martin Flerkhinger, Gert-
Mikhael Khenneberg, Zhanna Prokhorenko, Vsevolod
Safonov, Eugeny Zharikov, Alexander Belyavsky
The film is about a Communist party leader Georgy Dimitrov.
The main event is the famous trial over Dimitrov in Germany in
1933.
The Unexpected Guest
1972, ordinary, colour, 2607 m, 95 min.
Script by Vladimir Zheleznikov
Alexey Leontev
Directed by Vladimir Monakhov
Camera by Igor Bogdanov
Vladimir Monakhov
Art Design by Yury Raksha
S t a r r i n g
Alina Pokrovskaya, Andrey Myagkov, Ivan
Lapikov, Volodya Tauson, Boris Tolmazov,
Eugeny Lazarev, Lyudmila Antonyuk,
Tatiana Sheliga, Victor Shulgin,
Victor Uralsky
A psychological drama made after E. Kazakevich’s story “In
Broad Daylight”. Olga Nechaeva remembered her husband as a
humble and indecisive man, but when soldier Sleptsov came to
Moscow after the War and told her about the heroism and
courage of his perished commander Nechaev, and Olga
understood, that after a long time of their life she didn't know her
husband and passed by her own happiness.
The Dangerous Corner
1972, ordinary, TV film, b/w, 5447 m, 199 min.
Script by Vladimir Basov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Ilya Minkovetsky
Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
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Yury Yakovlev, Valentina Titova, Alexander Dik, Elena
Valaeva, Antonina Shuranova, Vladimir Basov, Rufina
Nifontova
After J. B. Pristly’s play “Don’t Wake a Sleeping Dog”. The film
describes the events of one night in the country house of an
English big merchant. The true role of each character in the tragic
death of their mutual friend is shown up in the film.
Peter Ryabinkin
1972, w/s, b/w, 2742 m, 100 min.
Script by Vadim Kozhevnikov
Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Directed by Damir Vyatich-Berezhnykh
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art Design by Eugeny Tchernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Vadim Spiridonov, Lev Prygunov, Valery Nosik, Peter
Lyubeshkin, Leonid Kuravlyov, Olga Soshnikova, Natalia
Gvozdikova, Galina Komarova, Gennady
Krasheninnikov, Lyubov Kalyuzhnaya, Vladimir Nosik
Made after V. Kozhevnikov’s story of the same name about
Soviet workers heroism brightly shown during the Great Patriotic
War.
The Right to Jump
1972, ordinary, colour, 2681 m, 98 min.
Script by Alexander Lapshin
Valery Brumel
Directed by Valery Kremnyov
Camera by Roman Veseler
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Martynov, Tatiana Itsykovich, Roman
Gromadsky, Lev Krugly, Vladimir Zamansky, Yury
Solomin, Ivar Kalnynsh, Igor Kuznetsov
A sport drama. After a car accident the main character of the film
(Valery Brumel prototype), a world record-breaker in high
jumps, has to leave sport forever according to the doctor's
conclusion. But contrary to all circumstances he does his best to
return to the national team.
The Continent Ablaze
1972, ordinary, colour, 3689 m, 135 min.
Script by Roman Karmen
Directed by Roman Karmen
Camera by Alexander Kochetkov
Music by Faradzh Karaev
Vladimir Terletsky
A feature-publicistic film about the revolutionary struggle of
Latin America countries people for freedom and independence in
the years of 60-70 of the XXth century. There are unique
historical documents, which were found in the archives of many
countries of the world, in the film.
Fifty Fifty
1972, ordinary, b/w, 2522 m, 92 min.
Script by Igor Irov
Zinovy Yurev
Directed by Alexander Fayntsimmer
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Roman Ledenyov
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Vasily Lanovoy, Irina Skobtseva, Vladimir Osenev, Igor
Ledogorov, Natalia Velichko, Mikhail Pogorzhelsky,
Gennady Yudin, Eugeny Vesnik
About the Soviet intelligence agent Volgin, who helped to curb
one of the west countries intelligence mission to collect
information about large scientific discoveries of the Soviet
scientists.
Ruslan and Lyudmila
1972, ordinary, colour, 1927 m, 71 min, 2nd part
Script by Alexander Ptushko
Samuil Bolotin
Directed by Alexander Ptushko
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Valentin Zakharov
Music by Tikhon Khrennikov
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Valery Kozinets, Natalia Petrova, Vladimir Fyodorov,
Maria Kapnist-Serko, Andrey Abrikosov, Igor
Yasulovich, Vyacheslav Nevinny, Oleg Mokshantsev,
Ruslan Akhmetov, Sergey Martinson
A screen version of A. S. Pushkin’s poem of the same name with
music from M. Glinka “Ruslan and Lyudmila”.
The Very Last Day
1972, w/s, colour, 2630 m, 96 min.
Script by Boris Vasilev
Mikhail Ulyanov
Directed by Mikhail Ulyanov
Camera by Elizbar Karavaev
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderyozhkin
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Boris Chinkin, Vyacheslav Nevinny,
Sergey Ponomarev, Tatiana Kulish, Irina Bunina,
Vladimir Nosik, Bogdan Stupka, Nikolay Grabbe, Ernst
Zorin
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About the last day of service of a district militia officer Semyon
Mitrofanovich Kovalev, a former front-line soldier, an honest and
noble man, who has worked for 25 years in his office.
Sveaborg
1972, TV film, ordinary, colour, 4012 m, 146 min, coproduction:
“YULEYSRADIO” (Finland)
Script by Sergey Kolosov
Paavo Rintala
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Galkin, Alexander Voevodin, Oke Lindman,
Lyudmila Kasatkina, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Nikolay
Zasukhin, Igor Gorbachyov, Efim Kopelyan, Uldis
Lieldidzh, Sirpa Ryudman, German Yushko, Sergey
Savchenko
A historic-revolutionary film about an armed insurrection of
Russian soldiers, officers and Finnish Red Guards in the czarist's
fortress "Sveaborg" in 1906.
The Siberian Woman
1972, w/f, colour, 4712 m, 138 min.
Script by Afanasy Salynsky
Directed by Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Valeria Zaklunnaya, Eugeny Matveev, Rimma Markova,
Valentina Morozova, Sofia Pilyavskaya, Olga
Prokhorova, Roman Gromadsky, Boris Kudryavtsev,
Sergey Kurilov, Fedor Odinokov
A young engineer Maria Odintsova is a manager and a secretary
of the district committee of a small district, which starts to
acquire an important economic significance: it is agreed to build
a hydro-electric power-station there. The conflict between the
main character and the director of the building arises because of
their different attitudes to abilities to use and to save natural
resources.
Solyaris
1972, w/s, colour, 4627 m, 169 min.
Script by Fridrikh Gorenshteyn
Andrey Tarkovsky
Directed by Andrey Tarkovsky
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art Design by Mikhail Romadin
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Bondarchuk, Donatas Banionis, Yury Yarvet,
Vladislav Dvorzhetsky, Nikolay Grinko, Anatoly
Solonitsin, Sos Sarkisyan
Made after Stanyslav Lem’s novel of the same name. The film
main character, a scientist Kris Kelvin, arrives at a space station
“Solyaris”. Mysterious events, which go on there, make him
think about the problems of his life and death, memory and
conscience, faithfulness and love.
Station-Master
1972, TV film, ordinary, colour, 1879 m, 69 min.
Script by Sergey Solovyov
Directed by Sergey Solovyov
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Pastukhov, Marianna Kushnerova, Nikita
Mikhalkov, Gennady Shumsky
After A. S. Pushkin’s story of the same name about the dramatic
life of a station-master, whose daughter was taken by a visiting
barin.
Fullstop. Fullstop. Comma
1972, w/s, colour, 2288 m, 84 min.
Script by Mikhail Lvovsky
With the participation of
Alexander Mitta
Directed by Alexander Mitta
Camera by Roman Veseler
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Seryozha Danchenko, Mikhail Kozlovsky, Olya
Ryzhnikova, Yury Nikulin, Andrey Vasilev, Zaza
Kikvidze, Eugeny Perov, Eugeny Gerasimov, Vladimir
Zamansky, Zhanna Prokhorenko, Tatiana Nikulina,
Natalia Selezneva
A lyric comedy about senior pupils. The film hero, a shy boy
Alyosha, under the influence of his friendship with a girl Zhenya
overcomes his indecisiveness.
The Taming of the Flame
1972, w/s, colour, 4553 m, 166 min.
Script by Daniil Khrabrovitsky
Directed by Daniil Khrabrovitsky
Camera by Sergey Vronsky
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Kirill Lavrov, Ada Rogovtseva, Igor Gorbachyov, Andrey
Popov, Igor Vladimirov, Innokenty Smoktunovsky,
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Vsevolod Safonov, Zinovy Gerdt, Svetlana Korkoshko,
Eugeny Matveev, Eugeny Steblov
The film is devoted to the development of the Soviet space craft
building and astronautics. The film hero, a head constructor
Andrey Bashkirtsev, is a man of big talent and energy, who
devoted his life to the space research.
A Man in His Place
1972, w/s, colour, 2772 m, 101 min.
Script by Valentin Chernykh
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Mikhail Suslov
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Menshov, Anastasia Vertinskaya, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Lev Durov, Victor Avdyushko, Nina
Menshikova, Georgy Burkov, Konstantin Zabelin, Victor
Shulgin, Oleg Efremov
The film hero is a young chairman of a collective farm Semyon
Bobrov, who tries to build an agro-town instead of dispersed and
fading away villages. Many people don't like his energetic and
non-office way of management, but the youth supports him.
The Fourth
1972, w/s, b/w, 1953 m, 71 min.
Script by Alexander Stolper
Directed by Alexander Stolper
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Vysotsky, Margarita Terekhova, Sergey
Shakurov, Alexander Kaydanovsky, Sergey Sazontev,
Yury Solomin, Tatiana Itsykovich, Maris Liepa, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Yuozas Budraytis, Mikhail Volontir,
Lev Durov, Lev Krugly, Zinaida Slavina
Made after Konstantin Simonov’s play of the same name. An
American journalist by the force of circumstances is faced a
choice to make public criminal plans of the war supporters
loosing all essentials or to yield?..
Chipollino
1972, w/s, colour, 2339 m, 85 min.
Script by Samuil Marshak
Tamara Lisitsian
Directed by Tamara Lisitsian
Camera by Dmitry Korzhikhin
Music by Vladislav Kazenin
Art Design by Eugeny Galey
S t a r r i n g
Dzhanni Rodari, Sasha Elistratov, Vladimir Basov, Rina
Zelenaya, Alexandra Panova, Vitalik Kerdimun, Nadir
Malishevsky, Vladimir Belokurov, Georgy Vitsin, Roman
Tkarchuk, Georgy Georgiu, Rudolf Rudin, Alexey
Smirnov
A film made after Gianni Rodary’s tale of the same name about
amusing adventures of a boy-onion Chipollino, his friends and
foes.
This Sweet Word-Liberty!
1972, w/s, colour, 3956 m, 144 min, with the participation of
LITHUANIANFILM STUDIO
Script by Valentin Ezhov
Vitauskas Zhalakyavichus
Directed by Vitauskas Zhalakyavichus
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Levan Shengeliya
S t a r r i n g
Regimantas Adomaytis, Irina Miroshnichenko, Bronyus
Babkauskas, Ion Unguryanu, Lorens Arushanyan,
Yuozas Budraytis, Mikhail Volontir, Rodion Nakhapetov
About the Communist party leader of one of the Latin American
countries escape preparation and organization from a military
fortress prison.
Me-Tyan-Shan
1972, w/s, b/w, 3665 m, 134 min.
Script by Chingiz Aytmatov
Directed by Irina Poplavskaya
Camera by Kadyrzhan Kaydyraliev
Valery Shuvalov
Music by Alexey Muravlyov
Art Design by Anatoly Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Dyuyshen Baytobetov, Dinara Chechunbaeva, Suymenkul
Chokmorov, Nazira Mambetova,
Vova Kim, Akylbek Abdykalykov,
Turgun Berdaliev
A melodrama made after Chinghiz Aitmatov's story “My Little
Poplar in a Red Headkerchief”.
1973
The Banks
1973, w/s, b/w, 2240 m, 82 min.
Script by Alexander Rekemchuk
Directed by Ekaterina Stashevskaya
Camera by Peter Satunovsky
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
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Valery Zolotukhin, Elena Prudnikova, Victor Titov,
Sergey Torkachevsky, Boris Shcherbakov, Stanislav
Sadalsky
The film main characters sail on a small tub over the north river
by beautiful places and taiga settlements, where they make stops
and meet local people – kind, cheerful and soulful.
The Fearless Ataman
1973, w/s, colour, 2152 m, 79 min.
Script by Vladimir Golovanov
Directed by Vladimir Dyachenko
Gennady Ivanov
Camera by Vladimir Boganov
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Art Design by Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Stanislav Franio, Andrey Gusev, Yury Kovalev, Vanya
Kuptsov, Alexey Safonov, Nina Ruslanova, Yury Nazarov
On the grounds of I. Vsevolorsky's story “Small Village's Team”
about the childhood of a legendary hero of the Civil War S. M.
Budoynny.
The Big Break
1973, TV film, colour, 7353 m, 268 min.
Script by Georgy Sadovnikov
Alexey Korenev
Directed by Alexey Korenev
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Eduard Kolmanovsky
Art Design by Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Kononov, Eugeny Leonov, Rolan Bykov,
Alexander Zbruev, Svetlana Kryuchkova, Yury
Kuzmenkov, Savely Kramarov, Lyudmila Kasatkina
Based on G. Sadovnikov’s story “I am Going to the People”
about the first steps of an evening school teacher and his pupils,
whose problems become an integral part of the young teacher’s
life.
The Eternal Call
1973, TV film, colour, 8025 m, 290min.
1st part “The Elder Brother”
2nd part “The Night Before The Dawn”
3rd part “What is Your Faith?”
4th part “The Rebel ”
Script by Anatoly Ivanov
Konstantin Isaev
Directed by Valery Uskov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Camera by Peter Emelyanov
Vladimir Minaev
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Andreev, Ivan Kuptsov, Oleg Kuptsov, Efim
Kopelyan, Nikolay Mikheev, Peter Velyaminov, Oleg
Basilashvili, Ada Rogovtseva, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolay
Eryomenko, Vladimir Zemlyanikin, Valery Khlevinsky,
Vadim Spiridonov, Nikolay Ivanov, Tamara Syomina,
Vladlen Biryukov, Nikolay Lebedev
Made after Anatoly Ivanov’s novel of the same name. The film
shows the period from 20ies till 60ies. Its main characters go
through a difficult way as participators in grandiose social
reforms in the country.
No Way Back
1973, w/s, colour, 3400 m, 99 min.
Script by Alexey Saltykov
Directed by Alexey Saltykov
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Nonna Mordyukova, Vladislav Dvorzhetsky,
Olga Prokhorova, Nikolay Eryomenko-junior, Tatiana
Samoylova, Boris Kudryavtsev,
Alexey Batalov
About the events on the Don, occurred almost during 20 years.
The plot of the film is a story of a unfearing and big-hearted
woman Antonina Kashirina’s love towards an officer, whom she
saved during the War.
At These Windows …
1973, w/s, colour, 2500 m, 91 min.
Script by Lazar Karelin
Directed by Khasan Bakaev
Camera by Nikolay Nemolyaev
Vladimir Zakharchuk
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Gvozdikova, Eugeny Zharikov, Vladimir Gusev,
Nikolay Merzlikin, Nina Ilina, Alena Chukhray
On the grounds of L. Karelin's novel “Mikroraion”. During the
election preparatory period a young cinema operator becomes an
agitator of his mikroraion and helps everybody, who needs his
help, finding not only friends, but foes.
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High Rank
1973, w/f, colour, 6570 m, 192 min.
Script by Yuly Dunsky
Valery Frid
Directed by Eugeny Karelov
Camera by Anatoly Petritsky
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art Design by Valery Filippov
Vladimir Fillipov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Matveev, Nina Popova, Dmitry Franko, Boris
Tokarev, Eugeny Burenkov, Valentina Malyavina,
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Vladimir Kashpur, Eugeny
Steblov
A dilogy. In the first part of the dilogy the main character's way
from the former ensign and holder of the St. George Cross, then
the Red Army talented commander from the Civil War till the
Great Patriotic War is shown. The second part of the dilogy tells
us, how the main character, having lost his son and the best
friend during the War, finds the woman he loves, who he thought
was dead.
Cities and Times
1973, w/f, colour, 3634 m, 133 min.
Script by Vladimir Valutsky
Alexander Zarkhi
Directed by Alexander Zarkhi
Camera by Alexander Knyazhinsky
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Igor Starygin, Barbara Brylska, Irina Pechernikova,
Vinfrid Glatseder, Fridrikh Yunge, Khelga Gering,
Nikolay Grinko, Leonid Kulagin, Sergey Martinson,
Georgy Burkov
A two-part film made after K. Fedin's novel. The scene of the
film is laid in Germany and Russia. The film tells us about the
First World War, the revolution and the Civil War events. The
main character, an artist Andrey Startsev, has to suffer much
before he finds his place in this new world.
The Country Cottage
1973, ordinary, colour, 2445 m, 89 min.
Script by Konstantin Voinov
Leonid Likhodeev
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Vokach, Lidia Smirnova, Nikolay Parfyonov,
Lyudmila Shagalova, Eugeny Evstigneev, Lyudmila
Gurchenko, Oleg Tabakov, Roza Makagonova, Vladimir
Basov, Anatoly Papanov, Klara Luchko
A comedy about a man, who bought a cottage and took up
residence, having not paid everything to the former owner.
Suddenly he loses the money. His neighbors, whom he knows
little and different in characters, but sincere and kind, ready to
help him.
Two Days of Alarm
1973, w/s, colour, 2418 m, 88 min.
Script by Yury Rogov
Vladimir Soykin
Directed by Alexander Surin
Camera by Roman Veseler
Music by Ilya Kataev
Art Design by Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Yury Shlykov, Nonna Mordyukova, Vladimir Tikhonov,
Raisa Ryazanova, Igor Klass, Victor Shulgin, Irina
Murzaeva, Leonid Iudov
On the grounds of A. Glebov’s story “Honest”. It is the 20ies
years. A correspondent comes to the village, where an attempt
upon the life of a young village correspondent was made, and
soon he finds out that it was a gang of kulak's men, led by the
deputy of the village soviet chairman Mavra.
Two on the Route
1973, TV film, ordinary, colour, 2120 m, 77 min.
Script by Dmitry Vasiliu
Directed by Leonid Maryagin
Camera by Victor Sheynin
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Nina Zotkina, Dzhamal Moniava, Natalia Chetvertikova,
Tatiana Ignatova, Tatiana Krechetova, Victor Proskurin,
Svetlana Kryuchkova
The film tells us about friendship of the girl-painters brigade,
their lives, work and love.
Heart Problems
1973, w/s, colour, 2422 m, 88 min.
Script by Vladimir Kunin
Semyon Laskin
Directed by Azhdar Ibragimov
Camera by Margarita Pilikhina
Music by Arif Melikov
Art Design by Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Antonina Shuranova, Ekaterina Markova,
Anatoly Papanov, Georgy Taratorkin, Pavel
Vinnik, Lidia Dranovskaya, Georgy Kulikov,
Inna Kondrateva, Peter Merkurev
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The scene of the film is laid in Moscow in 70ies years. The main
characters are the “The First Aid” service doctors, who try to
rescue people's lives in the most extremal situations.
The Vanyushin Children
1973, w/s, b/w, 2658 m, 97 min.
Script by Eugeny Tashkov
Directed by Eugeny Tashkov
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art Design by Mikhail Kartashov
Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Boris Andreev, Nina Zorskaya, Alexander Kaydanovsky,
Lyudmila Gurchenko, Valentina Sharykina, Alexander
Voevodin, Oleg
Golubitsky, Valentin Pavlov, Elena Solovey, Valentina
Serova
The film made after S. Naydyonov’s play telling us about the
collapse of a merchant family. The head of the family turns out to
be alien to his children. The insight proves to be severe: sharp
contradictions, malice, enmity and greed distract the family. Not
having the solved problem, he commits suicide.
Friends of Mine
1973, w/s, b/w, 2069 m, 76 min.
Film I: “The Old Teacher”
Script by Ivan Zyuzyukin
Directed by Alexander Pashovkin
Camera by Eugeny Guslinsky
Music by Mark Minkov
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
S t a r r i n g
Valentin Nikulin, Mikhail Kislov, Pavel Vinnik, Lyubov
Sokolova
The story about a village teacher, who gives his pupils
knowledge and love of the country.
Film II: “Tatyana-Boris”
Script by Valery Agranovsky
Directed by Arkady Kordon
Camera by Alexander Panasyuk
Gennady Tsekavy
Music by Mark Minkov
Art Design by Valery Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Elena Antonova, Alexander Bobyshev, Leonid Kuravlev
About senior pupils, who are crazed about a carting race. One of
the teen-agers steals a lorry. The inspector helps the main
character to realize his deed without instituting proceedings.
Film III: “Slow-Mover”
Script by Valery Agranovsky
Directed by Vsevolod Plotkin
Camera by Yury Avdeev
Music by Mark Minkov
Art Design by Sergey Portnoy
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Ivanov, Nina Ruslanova, Gennady Yukhtin,
Gennady Korolkov
In the village the driver of a milk tanker is called "Slow-Mover".
But this shy and silent fellow without thinking risks his life to
avert a catastrophe.
Film IV: “Chukotka March”
Script by Ivan Zyuzyukin
Directed by Eugeny Goncharov
Camera by Emil Gulidov
Music by Mark Minkov
Art Design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Vetrogradov, Oleg Chayka, Ruben Simonov,
Inna Makarova, Svetlana Kryuchkova, Nikolay Grabbe
A chilly and power-loving leader of a students construction team
receives from his teacher a lesson of benevolence and respect for
people.
Life On The Fallen Earth
1973, w/s, b/w, 2572 m, 94 min.
Script by Anatoly Ivanov
Directed by Semyon Tumanov
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art Design by Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Kuznetsov, Larissa Luzhina, Eugeny Shutov,
Lidia Smirnova, Vladimir Emelyanov, Misha Teplyakov
Pavel returned to his home village, having served in prison
against his own free will. Denis, a man who slandered Pavel,
married his bride. Pavel didn’t nurse a grievance. He married
another woman and adopted a boy from a children's home…The
better Pavel's affairs were, the worse it was in Denis’s mind…
There Were Three Bachelors
1973, TV film, colour, 3651 m, 133 min.
Script by P. Siluyanov
Directed by Mikhail Grigorev
Camera by Alexander Shelenkov
Chen-Yu-Lan
Music by Nikita Bogoslovsky
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Boris Chirkov, Misha Polyak, Vsevolod Abdulov, Valery
Nosik, Natalia Bespalova, Tatiana Fyodorova, Svetlana
Kryuchkova, Alexander Belyavsky
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A comedy based on the vaudeville by V. Dykhovichny “The
Wedding Tour”. The main characters, postgraduate students in
oceanology, are trying “to rescue” his friend from marriage,
considering, that it will influence their scientific work. But in the
end they themselves fell in love.
The Land of Sannyckov
1973, w/s, colour, 2597 m, 95 min.
Script by Mark Zakharov
Vladislav Fedoseev
Directed by Albert Mkrtchyan
Leonid Popov
Camera by Mikhail Koroptsov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Valery Filippov
Vladimir Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Vladislav Dvorzhetsky, Georgy Vitsin, Oleg Dal, Yury
Nazarov, Makhmud Esambaev, Nikolay Gritsenko, Alena
Chukhray
A science fiction film based on V. Obruchev’s novel of the same
name about the discovery of an unknown land at the Far North by
Russian explorers, and about their adventures among prehistoric
people and animals in "the world of the past".
On The Shores of The Pacific …
1973, w/s, colour, 2676 m, 98 min.
Script by Alexander Gorokhov
Tamara Ivanova
Yury Chulyukin
Directed by Yury Chulyukin
Camera by German Shatrov
Robert Ruvinov
Music by Oskar Feltsman
Art Design by Nikolay Markin
Boris Tsaryov
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Kuznetsov, Victor Avdyushko, Lyubov Sokolova,
Victor Filippov, Lev Polyakov, Sergey Martynov,
Vladimir Basov
On the grounds of V. Ivanov's play “Battleship 14-69”. It is the
last days of the Civil War. The White Guards, forced back to the
Pacific Ocean by the Red Army, are trying to retain their power.
They put their hopes on an armored train, which will deliver
them ammunition. But guerrillas seize the train.
Ivan Vassilyevich Changes His Profession
1973, ordinary, colour, 2543 m, 93 min.
Script by Vladlen Bakhnov
Leonid Gayday
Directed by Leonid Gayday
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Vitaly Abramov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Yakovlev, Alexander Demyanenko, Natalia
Selezneva, Natalia Krachkovskaya, Savely Kramarov,
Leonid Kuravlyov, Vladimir Etush, Mikhail Pugovkin
An eccentric comedy based on M. Bulgakov’s play “Ivan
Vassilevich” about a time machine, which helps czar Ivan the
Terrible to get into the XXth century, and a house-manager
Bunsh with a burglar Gorge into Old Russia.
The Fulfilment of Desire
1973, w/s, colour, 2741 m, 100 min.
Script by Veniamin Kaverin
Directed by Svetlana Druzhinina
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Boris Sutotsky
Music by Murat Kazhlaev
Art Design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Lebedev, Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Nikolay
Eryomenko – junior, Natalia Bondarchuk, Larissa
Luzhina, Eugeny Zharikov
Based on V. Kaverin's novel of the same name. It shows
Leningrad in the 20s. A young philologist Nikolay
Trubachevsky works in the archive of an old scientist. He
manages to read an autograph from the tenth chapter of
"Eugeny Onegin". The hero is happy, but an irretrievable
event happens. The archive disappears and Nicolay is the
prime suspect. The scientist son is concerned in the crime.
He wants to sell the archive abroad. Nicolay and a daughter
of the scientist Masha manage to prevent it.
Everyday Life of Doctor Kalinnikova
1973, w/s, colour, 2561 m, 93 min.
Script by Alexander Lapshin
Directed by Victor Titov
Camera by Igor Geleyn
Robert Ruvinov
Music by Sofia Gubaydulina
Art Design by Victor Petrov
Yury Fomenko
S t a r r i n g
Iya Savvina, Valery Zolotukhin, Elza Lezhdey, Alexander
Kalyagin, Olga Gobzeva, Alexander Alexandrovsky,
Valentin Vershinin, Igor Yasulovich, Victor
Khokhryakov
A movie story about a talent surgeon-woman. Sick people from
all over the country go to her podiatric laboratory. The
commission, which came from Moscow to answer an anonymous
complaint, is convinced of the fact, that doctor Kallinikova's
method gives unique results and is really effective. The main
character's prototype was a famous orthopedist Gavriil Elizarov.
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The Red Snow-Ball-Tree
1973, ordinary, colour, 2954 m, 108 min.
Script by Vassily Shukshin
Directed by Vassily Shukshin
Camera by Anatoly Zabolotsky
Music by Pavel Chekalov
Art Design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
S t a r r i n g
Vassily Shukshin, Lidia Fedoseeva-Shukshina, Georgy
Burkov, Ivan Ryzhov, Maria Skvortsova, Alexey Vanin,
Maria Vinogradova, Ofimia Bystrova, Zhanna
Prokhorenko, Lev Durov
Egor Prokudin, who served his term in prison, decides to go to
the country, where his stranger lives, whom he has corresponded
with. Prokudin decides to break with his criminal past forever.
He has work and a loving woman, yet the main character dies at
the hand of the leader of a gang, where he doesn't want to return.
The Step-Mother
1973, w/s, colour, 2439 m, 89 min.
Script by Edgar Smirnov
Directed by Oleg Bondarev
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Grigory Ponomarenko
Art Design by Nokolay Usachyov
Sergey Portnoy
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Doronina, Leonid Nevedomsky,
Nadezhda Fedosova, Vladimir Samoylov,
Lena Kostereva, Tamara Sovchi
The film is made after M. Khalfina’s story. The main character of
the film is a Russian woman, who works as a collective farmer.
She is of great spiritual and moral beauty. She educates a
bereaved girl, seeking to compensate for loss of her mother, to
help her to become cheerful and childish demonstrative again.
Much Ado About Nothing
1973, w/f, colour, 2793 m, 82 min.
Script by Samson Samsonov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Mikhail Bits
Eugeny Guslinsky
Music by Igor Egikov
Art Design by Alexander Boym
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Galina Loginova, Konstantin Raykin, Tatiana
Vedeneeva, Leonid Trushkin, Boris Ivanov,
Alexey Samoylov, Vladimir Korenev, Alexey
Dobronravov, Peter Pavlenko, Erast Garin
A musical based on W. Shakespeare’s play of the same name. A
cheerful story tells us, how two couples of lovers, overcame
many difficulties, find the way to their happiness.
Doctor Evans’ Silence
1973, w/s, colour, 2256 m, 82 min.
Script by Budimir Metalnikov
Directed by Budimir Metalnikov
Camera by Yury Sokol
Vladimir Bondarev
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art Design by Leonid Pertsev
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Zhanna Bolotova, Irina Skobtseva,
Leonid Obolensky, Igor Kuznetsov, Boris Romanov,
Olgert Kroders
Doctor Ivens, who works on the problem of life's prolongation, is
among the passengers of a split ship. Aliens rescue him and some
other passengers. They come into contact with each other.
However, an unexpected attack of a military aircraft changes the
aliens’ planes.
The Incredible Adventures of Italians in
Russia
1973, ordinary, colour, 2838 m, 104 min, co-production:
“PRODUTSIONE DE LAURENTIS” (Italy)
Script by Emil Braginsky
Eldar Ryazanov
F. Kastellano
D. Pipolo
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Gabor Pogani
Mikhail Bits
Music by Karlo Rustikelli
Art Design by Mikhail Bogdanov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Mironov, Ninetto Davoli, Antonia Santilli,
Aligero Noskeze, Tano Chimaroza, Luidzhi Ballista,
Eugeny Evstigneev, Olga Aroseva
An emigrant from Russia had died in one of Roman hospitals. It
was the reason of the departure to Leningrad of those, who was
let into the secret of her treasures, hidden under a lien. Incredible
situations, which the characters get into, occur in connection of
the treasure search. A guide Andrey, who turns out to be an agent
of the Criminal Investigation Department, escorts the effusive
Italians in Russia.
The Incorrigible Liar
1973, w/s, colour, 2070 m, 76 min.
Script by Yakov Kostyukovsky
Moris Slobodskoy
Directed by Vilen Azarov
Camera by Mark Dyatlov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Semyon Ushakov
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S t a r r i n g
Georgy Vitsin, Inna Makarova, Nikolay Prokopovich,
Vladimir Etush, Edita Pekha, Emmanuil Geller, Nikolay
Parfyonov, Ivan Ryzhov, Larissa Barabanova, Boris
Sichkin, Arkady Markin
About a kind and credulous barber, whom nobody trusts, when
he makes excuses for his always being late to work. But
incredible events really happen to him every time. He is
considered a liar, though he always tells only truth. However all
misunderstandings are settled well.
Nylon - 100%
1973, w/s, colour, 2369 m, 86 min.
Script by Samuil Shatrov
Vladimir Basov
Directed by Vladimir Basov
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art Design by Alexey Parkhomenko
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Pogorzhelsky, Mikaela Drozdovskaya, Eugeny
Vesnik, Nina Krachkovskaya, Vladimir Basov, Valentina
Titova, Nina Agapova, Eugeny Evstigneev, Larissa
Barabanova, Vladimir Etush, Leonid Kuravlyov
A comedy made after S. Shatrov’s story. Having got a nylon
coat, brought from abroad, as a present from her husband, a wife
took it immediately to a commission shop. The coat attracted the
sellers, and having not reached the counter, it went from hand to
hand from the back door. In the end the coat turned out to be in
the hands of the chairman of a horse ranch, who managed with its
help to put out the fire in the stable.
The Ocean
1973, w/s, colour, 2437 m, 89 min.
Script by Alexander Shteyn
Directed by Yury Vyshinsky
Camera by Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art Design by Peter Kiselyov
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Olyalin, Boris Gusakov, Victor Rechman, Natalia
Belokhvostikova, Tatiana Samoylova, Kirill Lavrov,
Georgy Zhzhenov, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Gennady
Yukhtin
After A. Shteyn's play of the same name. Three fellow-members
of a course of the naval school met each other in the North Fleet
after many years. They had different fates. One of them became
the commander of a cruiser, and two others had difficult personal
problems. Under these circumstances each of them behaves in
different ways, sometimes showing not a proper spirit. The film
tells about the value of human relations and responsibility to each
other.
Of One's Own Will
1973, w/s, colour, 1988 m, 73 min.
Script by Gennady Bokarev
Directed by Eduard Gavrilov
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Kindinov, Irina Pechernikova, Boris Chirkov,
Alexander Kavalerov, Anatoly Vedenkin, Alexander
Vdovin, Sergey Filippov, Zoya Fyodorova
About three friends, who work at the same plant. One of the
friends Kostya meets his school love – Polina. She is a variety
artist, but dreams about the ballet. The friends together pass
through a number of adventures, which greatly change their lives.
In the end Polina and Kostya get married, and she becomes a
premier dancer.
The Eden Apples
1973, w/s, colour, 2234 m, 82 min.
Script by Georgy Shchukin
Directed by Georgy Shchukin
Goderdzi Chokheli
Camera by Vladimir Chukhnov
Music by Vladimir Rubin
Art Design by Tatiana Antonova
Alexey Lebedev
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Shalevich, Boris Tenin, Lidia Sukharevskaya,
Yury Chulyukin, Leonid Satanovsky, Galina
Pirnazarova, Alexander Bachurkin, Natalia Vorobyova,
Yury Volyntsev, Zinovy Gerdt
A political pamphlet based on the Finnish writer Martti Larni’s
stories about a meeting of the philosopher Socrates and an
ordinary soldier, perished in the war, after their return to the
Earth from Eden.
With Revelry and Courage
1973, w/s, colour, 2567 m, 94 min.
Script by Valentin Tchernykh
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Ralf Kelli
Vladimir Fridkin
Music by Yury Levitin
Art Design by Semyon Valyushok
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ezepov, Nikolay Trofimov, Nikolay Merzlikin,
Eugenia Sabelnikova, Muza Konstantinova, Georgy
Burkov, Mikhail Kokshyonov, Valentin Golubenko,
Fedor Odinokov
After the service in the Army Nikolay Semyonov returns to his
collective fishery and works as a mechanic on a seiner. He is a
fighter for truth and an overachiever. At the beginning he turns
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the collective against himself, but very soon he earns a great
reputation and becomes a leader of the brigade.
With And Without You
1973, w/s, colour, 2363 m, 86 min.
Script by Alexander Popov
Directed by Rodion Nakhapetov
Camera by Sergey Zaytsev
Music by Bogdan Trotsyuk
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Marina Neyolova, Yuozas Budraytis, Stanislav
Borodokin, Maya Bulgakova, Vladimir Zeldin, Victor
Kosykh, Nikolay Pastukhov
Made after M. Zhestev’s story “Stepanida Bazyrina”. A farmer
Fedor Bazyrin has a tidy farm and a loving wife. They live in
their lone farm. But the time passes and the young woman longs
to a new life, what brings her to a decision to leave the farm.
Hopelessly Lost
1973, w/s, colour, 2690 m, 98 min.
Script by Victoria Tokareva
Georgy Daneliya
Directed by Georgy Daneliya
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
S t a r r i n g
Roman Madyanov, Felix Imokuede, Eugeny Leonov,
Vakhtang Kikabidze, Irina Skobtseva, Vladimir Basov,
Ekaterina Verulashvili, Natalia Sayko
A comedy based on the novel by Mark Twain “The Adventures
of Huckleberry Finn”. The film tells about advetures of Huck and
his friend Negro Tom during their rafting down by the
Mississippi.
Comrade General
1973, w/s, b/w, 2452 m, 89 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Mark Kolosov
Teodor Vulfovich
Directed by Teodor Vulfovich
Camera by Samuil Rubashkin
Genri Abramyan
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Igor Ledogorov, Georgy Kulikov, Victor Shulgin, Pavel
Makhotin, Vladimir Osenev, Raisa Kurkina, Olga
Gobzeva, Zinaida Slavina, Igor Klass
It is 1941 year. The Army of a commander Kapitonov assumes
the strike of German troops, rushing to Rostov. Being an expert
in the tactics of the German general Leynts, Kapitonov brightly
conducts the operation, entered the history of the War under the
name of “Dyakovskaya Defense”.
The Man In Plain Clothes
1973, w/s, colour, 2803 m, 102 min.
Script by Dmitry Bystroletov
Vassily Zhuravlyov
Directed by Vassily Zhuravlyov
Camera by Timofey Lebeshev
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art Design by Artur Berger
Said Menyalshchikov
S t a r r i n g
Yuozas Budraytis, Vladimir Druzhnikov, Nikolay
Gritsenko, Irina Skobtseva, Lyudmila Khityaeva,
Algimantas Masyulis, Oleg Golubitsky
It is the 30s. The Soviet agent arrives in Berlin to communicate
with the General Headquarters under the name of the Hungarian
baron fon Ostenfelzen. Having met the Gestapo officer Doris
Shere, who was dreaming of a noble husband, he used her
sympathy to pass the information about the German military
potential and its preparation for war to his motherland.
The Black Prince
1973, w/s, b/w, 2629 m, 96 min.
Script by Vladimir Kuznetsov
Directed by Anatoly Bobrovsky
Camera by Georgy Kupriyanov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art Design by Semyon Valyushok
S t a r r i n g
Vsevolod Sanaev, Nikolay Gritsenko, Tamara Syomina,
Raisa Kurkina, Vladimir Nosik, Alexander Kalyagin,
Pavel Pankov, Gennady Korolkov
This adventure film continues the story about the militia colonel
Zorin, who is the main character of the film "The Return of St.
Luke". He managed to expose a puzzling crime, to find stolen
valuables, and to redeem the character of a man, who was
unjustly suspected.
Chile - the Time of Struggle, the Time of
Discontent
1973, ordinary, colour, 1724 m, 63 min.
Script by Roman Karmen
Directed by Roman Karmen
Dmitry Barshchevsky
Camera by Roman Karmen
A documentary publicistic film about the tragic events in Chile,
related with the uprising of the Military Junta against National
Unity Government. The film composes of the novellas “the
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Nation Power”, “The Comrade President” and “The Spring,
Washed by Blood”.
This Merry Planet
1973, ordinary, colour, 2575 m, 94 min.
Script by Dmitry Ivanov
Vladimir Trifonov
Yury Saakov
Directed by Yury Saakov
Yury Tsvetkov
Camera by Konstantin Petrichenko
Music by David Tukhmanov
Art Design by Felix Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Savely Kramarov, Leonid Kuravlyov, Alexander Vokach,
Victor Sergachyov, Ekaterina Vasileva, Larissa
Barabanova, Natalia Krachkovskaya, Vladimir Nosik
A musical fiction comedy about the extraterrestrial, who visited
the Earth and came to the New Year Eve celebration at a Cultural
Center.
Stronger Than Me
1973, w/s, colour, 2480 m, 91 min.
Script by Alexander Simukov
Directed by Fedor Filippov
Camera by Era Saveleva
Music by Oskar Feltsman
Art Design by Anatoly Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Mikhailov, Ivan Gavrilyuk, Valentina
Malyavina, Ksenia Minina, Yury Goncharov, Efim
Kopelyan, Marina Pastukhova
Makar gets into a prison because of his girl’s stepfather. Tanya
leaves her home and finds a job at a plant. A foreman Alexey
Uglov has serious feeling for her. She agrees to marry him. But
Makar returns from the prison at this time.
1974
The Crash
1974, ordinary, colour, 3800 m, 139 min.
Script by Vitautas Zhalakyavichus
Directed by Vitautas Zhalakyavichus
Camera by Anatoly Kuznetsov
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art Design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Regimantas Adomaytis, Rostislav Plyatt, Bronyus
Babkauskas, Yury Yarvet, Irina Miroshnichenko, N.
Shatsky, Valentin Nikulin
After the Swiss writer Friedrick Durrenmatt’s novel of the same
name about the way passion for money ruins all the human in the
man.
The Car, the Violin and Ink-Spot the Dog
1974, w/f, colour, 2780 m, 101 min.
Script by Alla Akhundova
Directed by Rolan Bykov
Camera by Mikhail Ardabevsky
Music by Maxim Dunaevsky
Art Design by Alexander Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Anofriev, Rolan Bykov, Georgy Vitsin, Zinovy
Gerdt, Nikolay Grinko, Mikhail Kazakov, Alexey
Smirnov, Spartak Mishulin, Andrey Gusev, Tsolak
Vartazaryan
An eccentric musical comedy with songs, dancers and
masquerade. The scene is laid in the 70s. The characters are
inhabitants of a court. The main characters are three teen-agers
and a 4 year-old boy Kuzya, possessed by passion to change
some animals into another. That is why the friends participate in
a number of misunderstandings, incredible events and
adventures.
Agony
1974, w/s, colour, 4163 m, 152 min.
Script by Semyon Lungin
Ilya Nusinov
Directed by Elem Klimov
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Shavkat Abdusalamov
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Velta Line, Alisa Freyndlikh, Anatoly Romashin, Alexey
Petrenko, Alexander Romantsov, Sergey Muchenikov,
Yury Katin-Yartsev, Boris Ivanov, Mikhail Danilov,
Leonid Bronevoy, Bayten Omarov
It is 1916 year. It is the agony of the Romanovs’ family. All these
raise mysticism and hope of the divine disposal, which can bring
the country’s deadlock to an end. Grigory Rasputin figures at
court. Jobbers and adventurers of all kinds gather round the “St.
Old Man”. The actions take place in two layers – historicdocumentary
and feature. The court circus prepares and carries
out the murder of Rasputin.
Anna Karenina
1974, w/s, colour, 2203 m, 80 min.
Script by Boris Lvov-Anokhin
Vassily Katanyan
Alexander Zarkhi
Directed by Margarita Pilikhina
Alexander Zarkhi
Camera by Margarita Pilikhina
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Vladimir Papyan
Music by Rodion Shchedrin
Art Design by Lev Statland
Valery Levental
S t a r r i n g
Maya Plisetskaya, Alexander Godunov, Yury Vladimirov,
Nina Sorokina
A film-ballet, which is a cinematographic version of the Bolshoy
theater performance with the music by Rodion Schedrin. The
film stars Maya Plisetskaya.
The Star Turn
1974, w/s, colour, 2230 m, 81 min.
Script by Alexander Basargin
Victor Georgiev
Directed by Victor Georgiev
Camera by Era Saveleva
Music by Gennady Podelsky
Art Design by Galina Shabanova
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Varley, Gunar Tsilinsky, Maya Menglet, Sergey
Martinson, Savely Kramarov, Georgy Vitsin, Eugeny
Morgunov, Tatiana Pelttser, Vladimir Grammatikov,
Amayak Akopyan
An eccentric comedy about the way a talent young girl achieved
her dreams and became a circus artist.
Choice of a Goal
1974, w/s, colour, 4042 m, 148 min.
Script by Daniil Granin
Igor Talankin
Directed by Igor Talankin
Camera by Naum Ardashnikov
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Tatiana Lapshina
Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Georgy Zhzhenov, Nikolay Volkov,
Irina Skobtseva, Nikolay Burlyaev, Alla Pokrovskaya,
Sergey Desnitsky, Vladimir Koretsky, Ivan Solovyov,
Mikhail Ulyanov, Sergey Yursky
A political film about the Soviet atomic bomb makers headed by
Academician Kurchatov. Among the acting characters are the
heads of states: Stalin, Roosevelt, Trueman, the physicists of
different countries, whose scientific researches prepared the
appearance of an atomic bomb.
The Flight Is Delayed
1974, ordinary, colour, 2107 m, 77 min.
Script by Dmitry Vasiliu
Directed by Leonid Maryagin
Camera by Vladimir Tchukhnov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Lavrova, Vladimir Zamansky, Eugenia
Simonova, Victor Ilichyov, Svetlana Kryuchkova, Elena
Kuzmina, Eugeny Teterin, Alexander Vokach
On the grounds of Vera Panova’s play ”I Haven’t Seen You for
Ages”. She and he accidentally meet each other in the airport.
The flight is delayed and they have time to become reminiscent.
Once during the War they loved each other. However he made a
choice and returned to his diseased wife.
The Dear Boy
1974, w/s, colour, 2221 m, 81 min.
Script by Sergey Mikhalkov
Alexander Stefanovich
Directed by Alexander Stefanovich
Camera by Boris Kocherov
Peter Shumsky
Music by David Tukhmanov
Art Design by Victor Petrov
Yury Fomenko
S t a r r i n g
Seryozha Krupenikov, Alexander Elistratov, Vladislav
Strzhelchik, Georgy Vitsin, Victor Gaynov, Rasmi
Dzhabrailov, Sergey Migitsko, Iren Azer, Leonid
Obolensky, Maria Ird, Alexander Belyavsky
A Russian boy, who is the son of a Russian diplomat, working in one
of South American countries, together with the son of a millionaire get
into the hands of gangsters. The rogues decide to return the Russian
boy, though he isn't going to desert his friend. After a number of
adventures the boys “hand over” the gangsters to the police.
The Only Road
1974, ordinary, colour, 2674 m, 98 min.
Script by Vadim Trunin
Directed by Vladimir Pavlovich
Camera by Alexey Temerin
Music by Karen Khachaturyan
Art Design by Georgy Turylev
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Kuznetsov, Dushan Yanichievich, Tatiana
Sidorenko, Velko Mandich, Alexander Arzhilovsky, Lev
Durov, Gleb Strizhenov, Vladimir Vysotsky
It is 1944 year. A convoy moves by the roads of Yugoslavia.
Petrol lorries are driven by the prisoned Soviet soldiers. By doing
so the Hitlerites decided to secure themselves from the guerrillas.
The task of the Russian drivers and Yugoslav guerrillas is to fend
the Hitlerite off from bringing the convoy to the point of
destination. They carried out the task at the expense of their lives.
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If You Want to Be Happy
1974, w/s, colour, 1903 m, 69 min.
Script by Nikolay Gubenko
Vassily Solovyov
Directed by Nikolay Gubenko
Camera by Elizbar Karavaev
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Vladimir Aronin
Savet Agoyan
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Gubenko, Zhanna Bolotova, Victor Filippov,
Paul Butkevich, Victor Sotski-Voynichesku, Lidia
Fedoseeva, Vassily Shukshin
He is a pilot, she is a television reporter. The job of each of them
is connected with continual travels. The film tells us about their
difficult family happiness.
Countrymen
1974, w/s, colour, 2377 m, 87 min.
Script by Vassily Shukshin
Valentin Vinogradov
Directed by Valentin Vinogradov
Camera by Roman Veseler
Music by Vladimir Komarov
Art Design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Galina Nenasheva, Sergey Nikonenko, Leonid
Nevedomsky, Mikhail Kokshyonov, Vladimir Zamansky,
Mikhail Gluzsky, Anatoly Solovyov
After a long absence Ivan Gromov returns to his native land to
bury his father. His brother Semyon is a kind and industrious
fellow. He suffers from one-way love to a beauty Valentina, who
was a reason of the brothers’ inadvertent discord.
The Mirror
1974, ordinary, colour, 2954 m, 108 min.
Script by Alexander Misharin
Andrey Tarkovsky
Directed by Andrey Tarkovsky
Camera by Georgy Rerberg
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art Design by Nikolay Dvigubsky
S t a r r i n g
Margarita Terekhova, Ignat Daniltsev, Larissa
Tarkovskaya, Alla Demidova, Anatoly Solonitsin, Nikolay
Grinko, Tamara Ogorodnikova, Yury Nazarov, Oleg
Yankovsky
The film is a man’s thoughts and confession. In the film, like in
the mirror, the pictures of his past, which are revived by the force
of his memory and reflect ordinary and complex, important and
accidental events, which comprise the life with its individuality.
In the beginning the recollection seems to be uncollected, but
gradually it becomes clear, that it is the man’s settling of
accounts, uneasy trial of his conscience.
Seeking My Destiny
1974, w/s, colour, 2752 m, 100 min.
Script by Roza Budantseva
Nikolay Ershov
Directed by Aida Manasarova
Camera by Leonid Kraynenkov
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
Art Design by Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Zhzhenov, Eduard Martsevich, Galina Polskikh,
Elena Safonova, Semyon Morozov, Konstantin Sorokin,
Maya Bulgakova, Liya Akhedzhakova
Alexander, having early lost his parents and got under
guardianship of a priest, joined in religion. In several years he
becomes a priest. But having met a talented man and associating
with him, he found strength to change his life.
Camaradas-Comrades
1974, ordinary, colour, 1942 m, 71 min.
Script by Roman Karmen
Directed by Roman Karmen
Camera by Dmitry Barshchevsky
Music by Vladimir Terletsky
A documentary publicistic film about Latin American continent.
The figures of such prominent fighters for the people’s freedom
as Fidel Kastro, Che Gevara, Luis Korvalan, Rodney Arismendy,
Khorkhe Kolle and others go through the whole film.
Kysh and the Two School-Bags
1974, w/s, colour, 2148 m, 78 min.
Script by Yuz Aleshkovsky
Directed by Eduard Gavrilov
Camera by Georgy Kupriyanov
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art Design by Nikolay Usachyov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Kondratev, Katya Kuznetsova, Leonid
Kuravlyov, Larissa Luzhina, Vladimir Zamansky,
Lyudmila Gladunko, Alyosha Egorin, Arkady Markin,
Nastya Nitochkina
The film main characters are first year pupils Snezhana and
Alyosha Seroglazov, who has got a nickname of the two schoolbags
because of his small height, and a little puppy Kysh, whom
it is necessary to defend and to educate to leave him at home.
The Rain Storm
1974, w/s, colour, 2097 m, 77 min.
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Script by Eduard Tropinin
Anatoly Galiev
Directed by Boris Yashin
Camera by Victor Listopadov
Music by Boris Tchaykovsky
Art Design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Svetlana Dirina, Lyudmila Zaytseva, Nikolay Olyalin,
Yury Nazarov, Nikolay Eryomenko – junior, Maria
Skvortsova, Valentina Berezutskaya, Daniil Netrebin,
Gleb Strizhenov
It is the spring of 1945. Sasha, having lost her parents, comes to
the village Vyselki with a hope to find her aunt. But there is no
her aunt in the village. However the acquaintance with ordinary
people of the village, the unexpected love to a forester, the first
feeling of joy return the girl to life.
Earthly Love
1974, w/s, colour, 2591 m, 95 min.
Script by Peter Proskurin
Valentin Chernykh
Eugeny Matveev
Directed by Eugeny Matveev
Camera by Gennady Tsekavy
Victor Yakushev
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art Design by Semyon Valyushok
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Matveev, Zinaida Kirienko, Yury Yakovlev,
Valeria Zaklunnaya, Olga Ostroumova, Irina Skobtseva,
Vladimir Samoylov, Victor Khokhryakov
Based on the first part of P. Proskurin's novel “Fate”. It is the
30s. The chairman of a collective farm Zakhar Deryugin, when
having a family, fell in love with Manya Polivanova. Manya
gives the birth to the son of him. Zakhar is excluded from the
party and is discharged from the appointment of the chairman of
a collective farm. He is deeply offended, but he suffers more,
because Manya decided to part with him and to educate her son
independently. But the War is broken and Zakhar goes to the
front …
Moscow Is My Love
1974, ordinary, colour, 2594 m, 95 min, co-production:
"Tokho-Eyga" (Japan)
Script by Edvard Radzinsky
Tasiyuki Kasikura
with the participation of
Alexander Mitta
Directed by Alexander Mitta
Kendzi Yosida
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Boris Tchaikovsky
Art Design by Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Komaki Kurikhara, Oleg Vidov, Makoto Sayto,
Ivan Dykhovichny, Tatiana Golikova
Valentin Gaft, Alexey Varlamov, Masami
Simodze, Oleg Efremov
A Japanese girl came to Moscow to learn the art of dance. The
love of a Moscow sculptor, the victory in the final-year students
competition brought a lot of happiness to Yuriko. However a
sudden disease of blood, as a result of an atomic bombardment of
the town, where her parents lived, burst into her life.
Mosfilm Is 50
1974, w/f, multiscreen, colour, 1967 m, 57 min.
Script by Nikita Orlov
Directed by Nikita Orlov
Vladimir Glazkov
Camera by Sergey Vronsky
Music by Yury Silantev
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
A film-monograph about the 50-year history of Mosfilm studio.
The Sky Is Always with Me
1974, w/s, colour, 2645 m, 97 min.
Script by Oleg Stukalov
Tamara Kozhevnikova
Marina Popovich
Directed by Valery Lonskoy
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art Design by Boris Nemechek
S t a r r i n g
Igor Ledogorov, Larissa Luzhina, Vladimir Zamansky,
Natalia Bondarchuk, Zinaida
Kirienko, Uldis Lieldidzh, Yury Dudko, Vladimir
Zemlyanikin
It is the Great Patriotic War. A pilot Ivan Klinov dies in the
dog fight. After the War his friend Gribov marries Nadya, a
woman who loved the perished pilot. But it turns out, that
Ivan Klimov didn't die, but he was prisoned. He wasn't
looking for a meeting with Nadezhda, because he knew
about her marriage. Ivan dreams about flights and Nadezhda
and Gribov help him to return to the aviation.
Autumn
1974, w/s, colour, 2548 m, 93 min.
Script by Andrey Smirnov
Directed by Andrey Smirnov
Camera by Alexander Knyazhinsky
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Art Design by Alexander Boym
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Rudnaya, Leonid Kulagin, Natalia Gundareva,
Alexander Fatyushin, Lyudmila Maxakova, Armen
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Dzhigarkhanyan,
Zoya Mokeeva
About the long-lasting love story of a doctor Ilya and an engineer
Alexandra, about a few days they spent together in a small
Northern village.
Pyotr Martynovich and Years of Great Life
1974, w/s, colour, 2502 m, 91 min.
cript by Maya Turovskaya
Yury Khanyutin
Directed by Nikita Orlov
Camera by Henry Abramyan
Music by Alexey Rybnikov
Art Design by Vitaly Gladnikov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Efremov, Arina Aleynikova, Natalia Gurzo,
Vsevolod Platov with the participation of Mikhail
Gromov, Alexey Stakhanov, Ivan Papanin, Leonid
Utyosov, Alexey Batalov, Arkady Raykin, Sergey
Gerasimov, Tamara Makarova
A film-monography about a Soviet famous actor Pyotr
Aleynikov's life.
Story of a Human Heart
1974, w/s, colour, 3839 m, 140 min.
Script by Daniil Khrabrovitsky
Directed by Daniil Khrabrovitsky
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art Design by Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Popov, Elena Kozelkova, Kirill Lavrov, Efim
Kopelyan, Natalia Khrabrovitskaya, Alexander Zbruev,
Peter Velyaminov, Vladislav Strzhelchik, Victor
Khokhryakov, Lyubov Sokolova
A professor Krymov made a successful operation on heart to his
patient, a poetess Maya Olkina. She didn’t want to return to her
loving husband. The second time they accidentally met each
other in Yalta. When Maya returned to Leningrad, she divorced
her husband. Her life filled with short dates with her lover.
Remember Your Name
1974, ordinary, colour, 2811.9 m, 103 min, co-production:
Warsaw Joint Film Studio "Illusion" (PNR)
Script by Ernest Bryl
Sergey Kolosov
Yanush Krasinsky
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Boguslav Lyambakh
Music by Andzhey Kozhinsky
Art design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Kasatkina, Lyudmila Ivanova, Tadeush
Borovsky, Risharda Khanin, Lidia Davidovich, Vladimir
Ivashov, Leon Nemchek, Slava Astakhov
Having got into the fascists bonds, the film main character went
through the whole horrors of Hitlerite camps. Her little son was
taken from her by force. After many years she finds him. The boy
was rescued, brought up and educated by a Polish woman
A Lovers' Romance
1974, w/f, colour, 4732 m, 138 min.
Script by Eugeny Grigorev
Directed by Andrey Mikhalkov-
Konchalovsky
Camera by Levan Paatashvily
Music by Alexander Gradsky
Art design by Leonid Pertsev
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Kindinov, Elena Koreneva, Innokenty
Smogtunovsky, Irina Kupchenko, Elizaveta Solodova, Iya
Savvina, Vladimir Konkin, Alexander Zbruev, Roman
Gromadsky, Nikolay Grinko
A dramatic musical film-poem. There is a boy, there is a girl and
they love each other. He is drafted into the army. During a
natural calamity Sergey, it is the name of the boy, is missing. The
news about his death comes. Tanya, it is the name of the girl, has
a friend, who helps her to get over the smarts and she marries
him. But it turns out, that Sergey is alive. He returns home, but
Tanya is married. Is it possible to live without her?
The Hottest Month
1974,w/f, colour, 4734 m, 138 min.
Script by Gennady Bokarev
Yuly Karasik
Directed by Yuly Karasik
Camera by Arkady Koltsaty
Ilya Minkovetsky
Valery Shuvalov
Music by Eduard Khagagortyan
Art design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Dyachkov, Igor Okhlupin, Ivan Lapikov, Igor
Vladimirov, Leonid Kulagin Boris Yurchenko, Nikolay
Volkov, Boris Kudryavtsev, Yury Kryukov, Maria
Koreneva, Elena Drapeko
On employing to a metallurgical plant, Viktor Lagutin meets
customs, which he considers inadmissible, in his brigade. Lagutin
sabotages a scheme of the plant's work, refusing to produce poor
steel. These actions put him against both chiefs and workers of
his shop. In the end the deeds of the honest and disinterested man
arouse sympathy among many of them.
At Home Among Strangers
1974, ordinary, colour, 2669 m, 97 min.
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Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Nikita Mikhalkov
Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art design by Irina Shreter
Alexander Adabashyan
S t a r r i n g
Yury Bogatyrev, Anatoly Solonitsin, Sergey Shakurov,
Alexander Porokhovshchikov, Nikita Mikhalkov, Nikita
Pastukhov, Alexander Kaydanovsky, Nikolay Zasukhin,
Alexander Kalyagin, Konstantin Raykin
The Civil War is over. Russia needs bread. It can be bought
abroad only for gold. The provincial committee of Siberia sends
a valuable cargo to Moscow, which escort is assigned to a group
of Special Committee agents. But the escort is killed and the gold
is stolen. One of the agents, who stayed alive and was suspected
of betrayal, decides to find the stolen gold along. With the help of
ruse and courage he finds and takes the gold, and proves his
innocence.
The Northern Rhapsody
1974, w/s, colour, 2190 m, 80 min.
Script by Eugeny Chernetsky
Viktor Vitkovich
Grigory Yagfeld
Directed by Eduard Abalov
Camera by Vitaly Abramov
Music by Valentin Levashov
Art design by Irina Lukashevish
Viktor Prokofev
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Gavrilova, Leonid Kuravlev, Stanislav Chekan,
Lyudmila Velikaya
Tonya, who is the laureate of a local competition, is admitted to
the entrance examinations to the capital dancing group. A young
arctic pilot helps the girl to get from the North to Moscow and to
become the leading dancer of the group.
Nighting-gale and Lyre
1974, w/s, colour, 3887 m, 142 min.
Script by Grigory Alexandrov
Alexander Lapshin
Nikolay Pekelnikov
Directed by Georgy Alexandrov
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Oskar Feltsman
Art design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Lyubov Orlova, Peter Velyaminov, Nikolay
Grinko, Boris Kordunov, Boris Ivanov, Boris
Zaydenberg, Yury Leonidov, Viktor Burkhat, Varvara
Soshalskaya, Yury Volkov, Rina Zelenaya, Galiks
Kolchitsky, Rimma Markova,Yury Stromov
A thriller, which tells us about tow Soviet intelligence agents, a
husband and a wife, who managed to get in the center of a West-
Europe industrial complex and to help to disclose those, who
plan war preparations.
Sokolovo
1974, w/s, colour, 3684 m, 134 min, co-production:
"BARRANDOV" (CSSR)
Script by Miloslav Fafera
Otakar Vavra
Nikolay Figurovsky
Directed by Otakar Vavra
Camera by Andrey Barla
Music by Zdenek Lishka
Art design by David Vinitsky
Karen Lier
S t a r r i n g
Ladislav Khudik, Bogush Pastorek, Martin Shtepanek,
Vladimir Samoylov, Yury Solomin, Nikolay Eremenko,
Shtefan Kvientik, Yan Kaniza, Ivan Ryzhov, Yury
Nazarov, Semyon Morozov, Zhanna Prokhorenko
About the forming of the Czechoslovak corps, which fought
against the Nazis as a part of the Soviet Armed Forces.
A Three-Hour Stopover
1974, w/s, colour, 2135 m, 97 min.
Script by Yury Chibryakov
Directed by Alexander Svetlov
Camera by Viktor Sheynin
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Laymonas Noreyka, Alexey Goryachev, Raisa Kurkina,
Yury Gusev, Vladimir Emelyanov, Vadim Zakharchenko,
Viktor Fillipov, Anatoly Solovev, German Shakhet,
Mikhail Zhitko
Traveling by the Volga, a worker Budris finds a house,
where his friend Peter lived, during a stopover of the
steamer in one of the towns. Learning, that after Peter's
death his wife got into a hospital, his elder son is in prison
for rubbery and his young son gave up school, Budris
decided to sustain his trip and stay at his friend house.
So High Mountains
1974, ordinary, colour, 2237 m, 82 min.
Script by Valentina Nikitina
Directed by Yulia Solntseva
Camera by Dilshat Faykhulin
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art design by Vladimir Fillipov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Bondarchuk, Konstantin Smirnov, Irina
Skobtseva, Nikolay Penkov, Vera Enyutina, Irina
Korotkova
A poetic story about a country teacher, who wishes to
educate harmonious people. But once the quiet and peaceful
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life of the school is blown up by a dramatic event: a weapon
was stolen from the school. The teacher decides to
investigate the incident by himself. It turned out, that a rifle
was stolen by his pupil to protect his mother and
grandmother from his drunken father. The teacher decides to
secure the family from affliction and the best award for him
was the pupil's will to become a teacher.
Three Days in Moscow
1974, TV film, colour, 3635 m, 133 min.
Script by Albert Ivanov
Directed by Alexey Ivanov
Camera by Yury Sokol
Music by Eduard Kolmanovsky
Art design by Tamara Antonova
Valentin Vyrvich
S t a r r i n g
Semyon Morozov, Natalia, Varley, Stanislav Sadalsky,
Valentina Sperantova, Anatoly Vedenkin, Maria
Koreneva, Yury Kuzmenkov, Ivan Ryzhov, Eugeny
Vesnk
A lyric comedy about adventures of a militiaman from Siberia
who came to Moscow for three days.
Front Without Flanks
1974, w/s, colour, 4631 m, 169 min.
Script by Semyon Dneprov
Directed by Igor Gostev
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Vasily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Oleg Zhakov, Alexender Denisov,
Tofik Mirzoev, Semyon Morozov, Galina Polskikh,
Svatlana Sukhovey, Lyudmila Polyakova, Eugeny Shutov,
Ivan Pereverzev, Vladimir Ivashov, Vladimir Zamansky,
Eugeny Leonov
On the grounds of S. Tsyguna "We'll Be Back". It is 1941 year.
Some units of the Red Army were marooned. Major Mlynsky
forms a special detachment from separate groups in the enemy's
rear. The detachment starts hostilities. The fascists are longing to
Moscow. The Soviet command developed the plan of response
actions, where a special mission was assigned to the detachment
of Mlyncky.
The Ordeal
1974, TV film, colour, 8913 m, 326 min, 4 parts
Script by Vasily Ordynsky
Oleg Stukalov
Directed by Vasily Ordynsky
Camera by Nikolay Vasilkov
Music by Yury Butsko
Art design by Yury Kladienko
Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Irina Alferova, Mikhail Nozhkin, Svetlana Penkina, Yury
Solomin, Yury Kayuarov, Nikolay Eremenko, V. Ezepov,
Alexander Pashutin, Lev Durov, Vladimir Gostukhin,
Georgy Burkov, Andrey Yurenev, Tatyana Rasputina,
Eugeny Kzakov, Mikhail Kazakov, Inna Gulaya,
Vladimir Zotov, Alexander Lazarev
A screen version of the first part of Alexei Tolstoi's trilogy "The
Ordeal".
A Typically English Murder
1974, TV film, colour, 4515 m, 165 min.
Script by Edgar Smirnov
Vadim Yusov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Eugeny Guslinsky
Arkady Chapaev
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art design by Alexander Borisov
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Balatov, Leonid Obolensky, Georgy Taratorkin,
Boris Ivanov, Fayme Yurno, Eugeniya Pleshkite, Ivan
Pereverzev, Irina Muraveve, Eynary Koppel
A psychological detective made after Syrill Hewer's novel of the
same name. Traditionally relatives and close friends gather for
Christmastime in the castle of an old Lord Warback. In the
midnight the holiday is interrupted by the death of the Lord's son.
The castle is marooned because of a snowstorm. Doctor Botving,
who is one of the guests, investigates of the crime.
The Wonder with Braids
1974, w/s, colour, 2121 m, 77 min.
Script by Alexander Lapshin
Directed by Viktor Titov
Camera by Anatoly Nikolaev
Vladimir Nikolaev
Music by Vladimir Kazenin
Art design by Irina Lukashevich
S t a r r i n g
Irina Mazurkevich, Anna Zharova, Igor Yasulovich,
Alexander Kalyagin, Nina Agapova, Alexander
Khaletsky, Elena Bratslavskaya, Valentin Gaft
Tatyana Malysheva, who was injured half a year ago, is expected
to show high results at the gymnastics competition. There is a
sport rivalry between Tanya and her friend. As a result Tanya
sensationally wins the competition.
1975
Diamonds for Maria
1975, w/s, colour, 2091 m, 76 min.
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Script by Yury Skop
Directed by Oleg Bondarev
Vladimir Chebotarev
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Alexander Flyarkovsky
Art design by Said Menyalshchikov
S t a r r i n g
Nina Popova, Vladimir Gusev, Lyubov Sokolova,
Emmanuil Vitorgan, Natalia Drozhzhina, Vladimir
Samoilov
A criminal melodrama made after Y. Skopa's story. Ivan and
Maria are preparing for their marriage. Suddenly "a guest from
the past", who is the leader of a gang and who gave Ivan a pouch
with diamonds in his charge during their service in prison,
appears. Ivan wants to break away from his criminal old life and
ask the militia to help. The gangsters make an attempt upon
Ivan's life in revenge.
Halloo
1975, w/s, colour, 1931 m, 70 min.
Novella 1: "Matchmakers Have Come"
Script by Eugeny Shatko
Directed by Viktor Kryuchkov
Camera by Levan Paatashvili
Music by Boris Terentev
Art design by Konstantin Stepanov
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Nevinny, Nadezhda Rumyantseva, Georgy
Vitsin, Natalia Krachkovskaya
The film main character is a writer. He draws information for his
"village" novels from a housemaid Ermolaevna's stories. After
her departure he goes to the country and meets the real life,
which doesn't analogize with his writings.
Novella 2:"The Song"
Script by Gerald Bezhanov
Directed by Gerald Bezhanov
Camera by Elizabar Karavaev
Music by Mamiya Khatelishvili
Art design by Georgy Mikeladze
S t a r r i n g
Nodar Piranishvili, Bukhuti Zakariadze, David
Abashidze
All the old men from a Georgian village want to sing in the
chorus of long-livers, but only seven people are necessary. To
achieve their purpose the applicants invent different funny
artifices. There are Georgian national songs in the film.
Novella 3: "What Is Our Life"
Script by Anatoly Eyramgzhan
Directed by Yury Gorkovenko
Camera by Alexander Kharitonov
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Art design by Valentin Vyrvich
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Basov, Leonid Kuravlev, Sergey Fillipov,
Nikolay Parfenov, Savely Kramarov, Valentina Titova,
Irina Muraveva, Lyudmila Shagalova, Gurgen Tonunts,
Spartak Mishulin
During a musical performance, which shows the mediaeval life
of France, a drunk actor appears on the stage. The views
furiously respond to the event and extort a promise to stop
drinking from him.
Afonya
1975, ordinary, colour, 2523 m, 92 min.
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Camera by Sergey Vronskikh
Music by Moisey Vaynserg
Art design by Boris Namechek
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Kuravlev, Eugenia Simonova, Nina Maslova,
Eugeny Leonov, Borislav Brondukov, Savely Kramarov,
Nikolay Parfenov, Valentina Talyzina, Nina Ruslanova,
Gotlib Roninson
A funny and sad story about a plumber of a houses maintenance
committee, whose name is Afanasy Borshchov and who is simply
called Afonya. Among convivial companions and casual girl
friends his soul grows scanty. But for a girl Katya, who he met,
he would have continued to live in the same way. Good and
selfless love of Katya, who considers him not quiet a lost man,
made Afonya feel his live soul.
Mr. Mackinley's Flight
1975, w/f, colour, 4424 m, 161 min.
Script by Leonid Leonov
Directed by Mikhail Shveytser
Camera by Dilshat Fatkhulin
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art design by Levan Shengeliya
S t a r r i n g
Donatas Bonionis, Zhanna Bolotova, Angelina Stepanova,
Boris Babochkin, Alla Demidova, Vladimir Vysotsky,
Alexander Vokach, Tatyana Lavrova, Igor Kashintsev,
Leonid Kuravlev, Viktor Sergachev, Vladimir Kenigson,
Igor Kvasha, Nikolay Volkov, Yury Volyntsev
A satirical movie pamphlet, which contains thoughts about
humanism and antihumanism, about every man's duty and
people's responsibility for the fates of modern civilization, which
are show by the way of illustration of two days of Mr. Mac-
Kinly's life, who is a small office worker and lives in an
imaginary country. Trying to run away from the fear of poverty,
Mac-Kinly is ready to commit a murder of a rich old lady.
No Right to Be Mistaken
1975, w/s, colour, 2389 m, 87 min.
Script by Vladimir Kuznetsov
Directed by Alexander Fayntsimmer
Camera by Valery Vladimirov
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Music by Mark Minkov
Art design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Zhakov, Nikolay Merzlikin, Lev Prygunov, Vladimir
Druzhnikov, Viktor Markin, Svetlana Starikova, Nina
Ilina, Yury Potemkin, Alexey Pankin, Viktor Perevalov,
Vladimir Plotnikov
A small Uralian village is aflutter with a young man's accusation
of a felonious murder. All evidences and attestations are against
him. Though during the judicial finding a judge notices some
contradictions in the attestations and revives the examination that
allows to determine a guilt man and acquit the undeservedly
suspected man.
The Eternal Call
1975, TV film, colour, 11766 m, 424min.
6 parts:
part 5 "In the Stone Sack"
part 6 "The Return"
part 7 "In the Holy Land"
part 8 "The Ordeal"
part 9 "The War"
part 10 "The Alarming Days and Nights"
Script by Anatoly Ivanov
(5-10 parts)
Konstantin Isaev
(5 part)
Directed by Valery Uskov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Camera by Peter Emelyanov
Vladimir Minaev
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Peter Velyaminov, Ivan Lapikov, Vladlen Biryukov,
Vadim Spiridonov, Nikolay Ivanov, Efim Kopelyan, Ada
Rogovtseva, Tamara Degtyareva, Tamara Semina, Vlery
Khlevinsky, Oleg Basilashvili, Nikolay Eremenko, Elena
Drapenko, Y. Gusev, F. Valikov
The continuation of the screen version of A. Ivanov's novel.
The fifth and sixth parts show the events of the Civil War and the
beginning of a peace life. Kruzhilin's guerillas detachment fights
with Kaftanov's gang, the heroes participate in the making of a
collective farm system, arrange personal problems.
The seventh and eighth parts illustrate the late 30s. The heroes go
through difficult situations connected with different events of the
country's life. Deep personal breaks occur in the lives of the main
characters.
In the ninth and tenth parts the scene changes to the years of the
Great Patriotic War, the heroes participate in building of an
evacuated defense plant, some of them go up the line.
A Mountain-Dweller
1975, w/s, colour, 1832 m, 67 min.
Script by Rasul Gamzatov
Irina Poplavskaya
Directed by Irina Poplavskaya
Camera by Anatoly Nikolaev
Music by Murad Kazhlaev
Art design by Anatoly Kuznetsov
S t a r r i n g
Tatyana Shumova, Islam Kaziev, Ramaz Giorgobiani,
Abdurashid Makhsudov, Patimat Khizroeva, Bariat
Muratova, Sofya Pilyavskaya, Nina Ter-Osipyan, Fatima
Khachimakhova
Based on R. Gamzatov's poem of the same name. A mountaindweller
Asiat refuses to marry a rich and much older man, whom
she was promised in her childhood. Asiat's father banished her
from his house and she goes to Makhachkala to study in an
institute, where she falls in love with her age mate Yusup. Her
former fianc? Osman continues to pursue Asiat, threatens her,
tempts her to
return with him to the aul. But Asiat goes home with Yusup. Her
father cursed her. Osman lies in wait for her and injures her with
a knife. Appalled at the event her father regrets having been so
cruel and forgives his daughter.
Dersu Uzala
1975, w/f, colour, 3947 m, 144 min.
Script by Akira Kurosava
Yury Nagibin
Directed by Akira Kurosava
Camera by Asakadzu Nakai
Yury Gantman
Fedor Dobronravov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art design by Yury Raksha
S t a r r i n g
Yury Solomin, Maxim Munzuk, Vladimir Kremena,
Alexander Pyatkov, Svetlana Danilchenko, Dima
Korshikov, Suymenkul Chokmorov, Mikhail Bychkov
On the grounds of a scientist and writer, famous traveler and
explorer of the Far East V. Arsenev's novel of the same name. It
is the story of his friendship with a guide Dersu Uzala, whose
extraordinary personal qualities delight V. Arsenev. Their travel
over Usuriysk taiga, which is full of dangerous adventures,
makes the skeleton of the film, though the meaning of the
narrative goes far away the subject's frames: it is a story about
people's fraternity and about the fact that we all are the children
of one earth. The scene is laid in 1902-1907 years.
Irony of Fate or Sauna Blues
1975, TV film, colour, 2 parts, 5256 m, 192 min.
Script by Emil Braginsky
Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
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Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Mikael Tariverdiev
Art design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Myagkov, Barbara Brylskaya, Lyubov
Dobrzhanskaya, Oleg Naumenko, Yury Yakovlev, Liya
Akhedzhakova, Valentina Talyzina, Alexander Shirvindt,
Georgy Burkov, Alexander Belyavsky, Lyubov Sokolova,
Gotlib Roninson
A comedy made up from a Muscovite's adventures who found
himself in Leningrad and took a stranger's flat for his own. But in
the long run he finds a big true love there.
When the Earth is Shaking
1975, w/s, colour, 2144 m, 78 min.
Script by Anatoly Bezuglov
Directed by Alexander Kosarev
Camera by Igor Bogdanov
Music by Alexey Rybnikov
Art design by Vasily Golikov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Zhakov, Alexander Belyavsky, Irina Korotkova,
Anatoly Solovev, Svetlana Svetlichnaya, Vladimir
Tkhapsaev, Khaybula Magomedov, Roman Khomyatov,
Daniil Netrebin, Maya Bulgakova, Aygum Aygumov
It is a film-catastrophe. There is a real fact in the plot of the film.
It is the earthquake, which occurred in 1970 year at the
construction of Cherkesk hydro-electric power station, the most
powerful in the history of Dagestan.
When September Comes
1975, w/s, colour, 2494 m, 91 min.
Script by Konstantin Isaev
Edmond Keosayan
Directed by Edmond Keosayan
Camera by Mikhail Ardabevsky
Music by Yan Frenkel
Art design by Eugeny Serganov
S t a r r i n g
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Nikolay Kryuchkov, Laura
Gevorkyan, Vladimir Ivashov, Anton Ilin, Natasha
Chernyshova, Ivan Ryzhov, Galina Polskikh, Mikhail
Metelkin, Vladimir Nosik, Nikolay Grabbe
It is a lyric comedy. A pensioner Levon Pogosyan came to
Moscow from Armenia to congratulate his grandson with the first
school day. Despite the fact that Levon is incurably ill, he tries to
gratify close people and new friends, whom it turns out that he
has a lot of them in this big and noisy city.
A Concert for Two Violins
1975, w/s, colour, 2557 m, 93 min.
Script by Mikhail Korshunov
Vladimir Valutsky
Directed by Ekaterina Stashevskaya
Camera by Nikolay Nemolyaeva
Music by Vladimir Terletsky
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Martynov, Elena Solovey, Alexander Kurepov,
Elena Shanina, Svetlana Pereladova, Lyudmila
Stoyanova, Irina Skobtseva, Vladimir Valutsky, Gurgen
Tonunts, Nikolay Sergeev, Antonina Maximova, Gennady
Yudin,
Made after M. Korshunov's novel "A Boulevard In the
Downpour". The main characters, Andrey and Ladya, are the
musical school leavers, talented violinists, friends-rivals. They
have different fates. Andrey becomes a student of Moscow
conservatoire. Ladya Bragin, having met a girl-clown from a tent
show on the day of examinations, decides to stay in the circus
and to become a driver. But despite different ways of life, both of
them cometo an understanding, what happiness the music can
give and how much it demands from a musician.
The Mother of the Man
1975, w/s, colour, 2577 m, 94 min.
Script by Leonid Nekhoroshev
Leonid Golovnya
Directed by Leonid Golovnya
Camera by Dmitry Kurzhikhin
Igor Melnikov
Music by Roman Ledenev
Art design by Alexander Adabashyan
Alexander Samulekin
S t a r r i n g
Tamara Semina, Valery Kokarev, Svetlana Rodina,
Anatoly Tyutkin, Sasha Litovchenko, Alesha Zimovnov,
Katya Tyuteva, Irina Zheludkova, Inna Kanshena,
Natasha Zyuzina, Polina Goldyusheva
After V. Zakrutkin's story of the same name. It is the critical
moment in the Great Patriotic War. The German aggression is
stopped and the Soviet Army assumes the decisive offensive. The
main character Maria returns to the place, where her house was
not so long time ago. She was alone in the village destroyed by
members of punitive expedition, where her husband and son were
killed, till she found seven boys, who survived bombing of an
evacuated echelon by a miracle. Duty to her perished child gave
her strength to restore flickered out life…
Mayakovsky Is Laughing
1975, ordinary, colour, 2392 m, 87 min.
Script by Sergey Yutkevich
Anatoly Karanovich
Directed by Sergey Yutkevich
Anatoly Karanovich
Camera by Yury Neyman
Music by Vladimir Dashkevich Anatoly
Kremer
Art design by Nina Vinogradova
Svyatoslav Gavrilov
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368
Nikolay Koshkin
D. Mendeleevich
V. Peskov
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Bronevoy, Galina Volchek, Iya Savvina, Yury
Chernov, Lyudmla Velikaya, Natalia Zashchipina,
Mikhail Gluzsky, Alexander Vigdorov, Natalia
Zashchipina, V. Daskovsky, E. Labkovsky, V. Kumaritov,
Iya Savvina, Emma Rozanova, Tomara Sovch,
A fairytale comedy made after V. Mayakovsky's play "Bug" and
script "Forget the Stones". The film was made with a use of
chronic and solid animation.
My Home Is the Theatre
1975, w/s,colour, 2693 m, 98 min.
Script by Sergey Ermolinsky
Vladimir Lakshin
Directed by Boris Ermolaev
Camera by Roman Veseler
Music by Moisey Vaynberg
Art design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Kaydanovsky, Valentina Malyavina, Galina
Polskikh, Oleg Yankovsky, Boris Ivanov, Oleg Anofriev,
Leonid Kulagin, Konstantin Voinov, Igor Kashintsev
A film-reminiscence of A. N. Ostrovsky about the first period of
his writing (1849-1859), when he began to work in the Maly
theater with Russian scene maiters L. P. Kositsky, M. S.
Shchepkin, P. M. Sadovsky. "A Bunkrupt", "Friends – We Will
Pay All", "Thunderstorm" were staged during this period.
To the World's End
1975, w/s, colour, 2510 m, 92 min.
Script by Viktor Rozov
Directed by Radin Nakhapetov
Camera by Vladimir Klimov
Konstantin Suponitsky
Music by Bogdan Trotseyuk
Art design by Sergey Portnoy
S t a r r i n g
Vadim Mikheenko, Vera Glagoleva, Peter Glebov, Boris
Andreev, Maria Vinogradova, Elza Lezhdey, Vladimir
Zeldin, Andrey Rostotsky, Mikhail Golubovich, Larisa
Kadochnikova, Makhmud Esambaev
Having tied of parents care and relatives edification, Volodya
decides to run away from home "to the world's end". A distant
relative Sonya joins the teen-ager. Meetings with different
people, travels, work at a building help the young heroes to learn
life and to understand that they love each other.
To the Bright Light
1975, w/s, colour, 2417 m, 88 min.
Script by Edgar Smirnov
Sergey Tarasov
Directed by Vitaly Koltsov
Camera by Igor Cernykh
Music by Yury Selantiev
Art design by Vladimir Aronin
S t a r r i n g
Tatyana Doronina,Lev Durov, Boris Khimichev,
Alexander Lazarev, Eugeny Evstigneev, Rolan Bykov,
Elena Sanaeva, Vladimir Tikhonov
A heroic-adventure film made after M. Zoschenko's story
"Punishment". The plot of the film is based on the life of a
Russian girl Anna Kasyanova, a former housemaid of a tsar's
general. During the years of the revolution and the Civil War
Anna becomes an intelligence agent and conducts important
missions deep in Vrangel's Army rear.
Impossible!
1975, ordinary, colour, 2756 m, 101 min.
Script by Vladlen Bakhnov
Leonid Gayday
Directed by Leonid Gayday
Camera by Sergey Poluyanov
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art design by Eugeny Kumankov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Pugovkin, Nina Grebeshkova, Vyacheslav
Nevinny, Mikhail Svetin, Svetlana Kryuchkova, Eugeny
Zharikov, Natalia Selezneva, Oleg Dal, Larisa Eremina,
Mikhail Kokshenov, Leonid Kuravlev, Valentina
Telichkina, Georgy Vitsin, Lyudmila Shagalova, Savely
Kramarov
A musical satirical comedy made after M. Zoschenko’s writings
"Crime and Punishment", "Funny Adventure", "Wedding Trip".
In the first novella the wife of a shop manager Gorbushkin, who
was sent for by an investigator, having fallen into fright, sold all
belonings for nothing to be confiscated, devorced him and
registered with their neighbour. When the shop manager returned
home (he was sent for as a witness), he had heither his belonings,
nor his wife.
The second novella is devoted to married couples treasons and all
kinds of misunderstandings, which occures between a husband
and a wife in these circumstances.
The third novella is about a luckless bridegroom, who cann't
recognize his future wife during his wedding.
They Fought for Their Land
1975, w/f, colour, 4373 m, 160 min.
Script by Sergey Bondarchuk
Directed by Sergey Bondarchuk
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Art design by Felix Yasukevich
S t a r r i n g
Vasily Shukshin, Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Sergey
Bondarchuk, Georgy Burkov, Yury Nikulin, Ivan
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369
Lapikov, Nikolay Gubenko, Andrey Rostotsky, Nikolay
Volkov, Nikolay Shutko, Eugeny Samoylov, Nonna
Mordukova, Innokenty Smoktunovsky
It is a screne version of M. Sholokhov's novel of the same name.
The film tells us about several days of tough fight, when a small
group of brave men standed to death under continues bombings
and tank attacks. All of them are people of bright characters,
different professions, ages, temperaments and nationalities.
During the short breaks they talk about the War and its lessons,
recollect the peaceful life. The tragic tention of the fight is
changed by the sceens full of humour and cunning egging on.
From Dawn till Dawn
1975, w/f, colour, 3497 m, 102 min.
Script by Lev Chumechev
Gavriil Egiazarov
Directed by Gavriil Egiazarov
Camera by Peter Sotunovsky
Valery Shuvalov
Music by Valentin Levashov
Art design by Abram Freydin
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Postukhov, Lyubov Sokolova, Valentina
Berezutskaya, Valery Malyshev, Eugeniya Sabelnikova,
Zhanna Prokhorenko,Gennady Yalovich, Igor
Ledogorov, Dima Kondakov, Boris Ivanov
The film tells us about the events of one day, lived by a collective
farm brigadier Fedor Rozhnov. The day is turned out to be full of
work, troubles, joy, grief, complicated relations with people and
recollections of the War time events.
The Victor
1975, w/s, colour, 2631 m, 96 min.
Script by Anatoly Stepanov
Directed by Andrey Ladynin
Edgar Khodzhikyan
Camera by Vladimir Chukhnov
Music by Georgy Firtich
Art design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zbruev, Georgy Taratorkin, Valentina
Kareva, Mikhail Lobanov, Eugeny Shutov, Vladimir
Korinev, Alexey Loktev, Irina Gosheva, Ivan Ryzhov,
Vadim Zakharchenko, Stanislav Chekan, Vladimir
Zamansky, Nikolay Malikov, Yury Gusev
It is the Civil War. The Red Army commander Yakov Spiridonov
gets into the White Guard rear, escapes and finds a shelter at a
young teacher's place in one the separate village. The main
character organizes a rebel detachment and till the Red Army
coming carries out operational combat missions.
A Repeated Wedding
1975, w/s, col, 2484 m, 91 min.
Script by Eugeny Gabrilovich
Solomon Rozen
Directed by Georgyn Natanson
Camera by Alexander Knyazhinsky
Music by Maxim Dunaevsky
Art design by David Vinnitsky
S t a r r i n g
Zinaida Dekhtyarova, Andrey Mironov, Irina
Kalinovskaya, Lyudmila Makarova, Mikhail Kuznetsov,
Natalya Egorova, Marina Kukushkina, Igor Kostalevsky,
Vsevolod Safonov, Leonid Kuravlev, Stanislav Checan,
About a sanitary inspector, his difficult relations with his
daughter and her husband, about the tragedy happened with his
daughter in which her husband was to blame.
On the Roofs of Montmartre
1975, TV film, colour, 4021 m, 147 min.
Script by Vladimir Gorikker
Genrikh Ryabkin
Directed by Vladimir Gorikker
Camera by Peter Terpsikhorov
Music by Imre Kalman
Georgy Firtich
(adaptation)
Art design by Alexander Boym
Sergey Voronkov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeniya Simonova, Valentina Smelkova, Alexander
Kaydanovsky, Igor Starygin, Vladimir Nosik, Lyudmila
Kasatkina, Vladimir Basov, Oleg Anofriev, Georgy
Georgiu, Georgy Shpigel, Alexander Belyavsky
A screen version of Imre Kalman's operetta "The Violet of
Mountmartre".
The Last Victim
1975, w/s, colour, 2709 m, 99 min.
Script by Vladimir Zuev
Peter Tadarovsky
Directed by Peter Tadarovsky
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art design by Gennady Myasnikov
S t a r r i n g
Margorita Volodina, Oleg Strizhenov, Mikhail Gluzsky,
Leonid Kuravlev, Olga Naumenka, Vladimir Kenigson,
Valery Filatov, Maria Vinogradova, Pavel Vinnik,
Leonella Pyreva,
Roman Khomyatov, Olga Gobzeva, Peter Orzhanov,
Lidia Savchenko
A drama based on A. N. Ostrovsky's play of the same name. A
young rich widow, who loves a handsome card-player with
passion, continuously pays his debts, but eventually she is
disappointed in him and marries another man, and the former
lover marries a rich, but unloved woman in his turn.
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Back Country Ways
1975, ordinary, colour, 2113 m, 77 min.
Script by Natlia Bondarchuk
Nikolay Burlyaev
Igor Khutsiev
Directed by Natlia Bondarchuk
Nikolay Burlyaev
Igor Khutsiev
Camera by Eugeny Guslinsky
Viktor Epshtain
Music by Yury Butsko
Art design by Ippolit Novoderezhkin
Alexander Tolkachev
S t a r r i n g
Inna Makarova, Erast Garin, Natalia Bondarchuk,
Viktor Mamaev, Nikolay Burlyaev, Svetlana
Kjryuchkova, Valery Kozinets, Liya Akhedzhakova,
Maria Venogradova, Lev Durov,
A film anthology, which consists of three novellas made after M.
E. Saitykov-Shchedrin's novel of the same name.
"Pitiful Matryona":
A tragic story of a serf Matryona, who was married by force by
her barinia. Matryna can't accept her evil fate and she commits
suicide.
"Brother Fedos":
An open-hearted and merry young man Fedos comes to his
relatives' estate, but it turns out that he is a strange in their house,
where ignorance and tyranny are ruling.
"Vanka-Cain":
A barber Ivan a joker and cheery fellow incurs his landlady's
anger, who is striving for taming her slave's free temper. But
neither whipping, nor threatens, nor the decision to send him to
recruits can break his life loving character.
Upon My Responsibility
1975, w/s, colour, 2732 m, 100 min.
Script by Georgy Kapralov
Semyon Tumanov
Directed by Alexander Orlov
Camera by Oleg Zguride
Robert Ruvinov
Music by Eduard Artemev
Art design by Alexey Levedev
Igor Lemeshev
S t a r r i n g
Edisher Magalashvily, Sergey Sazontyev, Alla
Butnitskaya, Sergey Nikonenko, Mikhail Gluzsky, Sergey
Kurilov, Mikaela Drozdovskaya, Anatoly Solovev,
Vladimir Protasenko, Alexander Vokach
It is the beginning of the 30s. An accident occurs during the
reconstruction of a metallurgical works. A young specialist
Sergey Naydenov, honest and talented engineer, is accused of
carelessness and malice prepense. We don't know, what Sergey's
fate would have been in the difficult time of Stalin's repressions,
if the first people's commissar of USSR heavy industry Sergo
Ordzhonikidze hadn't assumed responsibility for his actions.

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