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213 KROV ZEMLI (THE BLOOD OF EARTH)

1931, 96 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Mikhail Averbakh, screenplay: Dmitry Tolmachev, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, production designer: Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Ermil Gal, Yevgeny Chervyakov, M. Gipsi, Konstantin Mukhutdinov, Alexander Beniaminov, Roza Sverdlova, Vladimir Gardin, Tatyana Bulakh, Boris Shlikhting

The film features the struggle of poor peasants against clergy and rich landowners who hampered the use of oil resources for need of the national economy.



214 LETUN (A ROLLING STONE)

1931, 14 min., b/w

Sound Cartoon

Director of the sound version: Ilya Trauberg, screenplay: Vladimir Solovyov, director of cartoons: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri), cartoons: P. Porioshkov, misic: Georgy Rimsky-Korsakov

At first the film was released as a silent film, 10 min

Worker Ivan Letalov (a drawn character) concerned only with making money is changing jobs, “flying” from one factory to another. The person frequently changing jobs does not allow factories to catch up with their plans. A front-rank worker demands that Ivan Letalov’s wings “should be clipped”. Ministry of Labor rules that self-seekers should be expelled from the labor exchange. Ivan Letalov’s wings fall off. Now he is not “flying” but running in search of job. But doors of all plants are closing in front of the “rolling stone”.



215 NA ETOM SVETE (IN THIS LIFE)

1931, 65 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Boris Kazachkov, screenplay: Dmitry Tolmachev, camera: Anatoly Pogorely, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova

Cast: Yevgeniya Pyryalova, A. Galatova, Yekaterina Korchagina-Aleksandrovskaya, Fyodor Slavsky, Fyodor Bogdanov, Leonid Kmit

Under the influence of socialist forms of labor great changes take place in the mentality of a backward working woman.



216 ODNA (ALONE)

1931, 80 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Grigory Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, camera: Andrei Moskvin, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney, misic: Dmitry Shostrakovich, sound: Ilya Volk

Cast: Yelena Kuzmina, Pyotr Sobolevsky, Sergei Gerasimov, Maria Babanova, Yanina Zheimo, Boris Chirkov

A young teacher makes her first steps in life. She takes up the job at school in a remote Altai area and comes into conflict with local kulaks (rich peasants).



217 ONI I MY (THEY AND US)

1931, 11 min., silent, b/w

Propaganda Cartoon

Written and directed by: Boris Antonovsky, production designer: Boris Antonovsky

This film is an advertisement for an all-Union lottery organized by Osoaviakhim (Society Assisting Army and Air Force).



218 OSTROV CHUDES (A WONDER ISLAND)

1931, 65 min., silent, b/w

Film novel

Director: Naum Ugryumov, Abram Naroditsky, screenplay: Naum Ugryumov, camera: Anatoly Nazarov, Mikhail Kaplan, production designer: Konstantin Bondarenko

Based on children’s novel “Corns Seekers” by P. Gryaznov

The story contrasts romance of useful activities to useless daydreaming.

219 PAREN S BEREGOV MISSURI (A FELLOW FROM MISSOURI BANKS)

1931, 73 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Vladimir Braun, screenplay: Andrei Mikhailovsky, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, Veniamin Levitin, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Emil Gal, Bruno Riderer, Maria Bagildz, Nikolai Simonov, A. Ustinovich

A group of Americans who came to the USSR organises a commune.



220 PASIFIK (PACIFIC)

1931, 7 min., sound, b/w

Experimental film

Written and directed by: Mikhail Tsekhanovsky

The film attempts to illustrate an instrumental musical composition.

Musical poem by French composer Arthur Onegger was recorded and various visual images like steam engine and its parts, musical instruments, hands of musicians etc. were added to illustrate the music.

221 PLOTINA (DYKE)

1931, 54 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Vladimir Petrov, camera: Vyacheslav Gordanov, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Bruno Riderer, F. Neibakher, N. Gorodnichev

The story is based on the real life event that took place in 1925 on Soviet-Romanian border when Romania attempted to seize an island using the fact that the border river had changed its course.



222 POLDEN (MIDDAY)

1931, 76 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Directors: Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Heifits, screenplay: A. Kolbanovsky, Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Heifits, camera: Mikhail Kaplan, production designer: Yelena Aladzhalova

Cast: Fyodor Bogdanov, Pyotr Vitsinsky, Oleg Zhakov, Fyodor Slavsky, Alexander Melnikov, Tamara Makarova

The story is set in a remote village. A small group of Young Communist Leaguers and a factory worker sent to help them are fighting against kulaks (peasant proprietors).



223 RAZGROM (THE RIOT)

1931, 76 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Nikolai Beresnev, screenplay: Yuri Laptev, Nikolai Beresnev, camera: Alexander Sigayev, production designer: Fyodor Berenshtam

Cast: Viktor Yablonsky, Ivan Yudin, Pyotr Savin, Konstantin Mukhutdinov, Nikolai Khryashchikov, Ludmila Semyonova

Based on Alexander Fadeyev’s novel of the same title.



224 SEKRET (SECRET)

1931, 43 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Oskar Gallai, screenplay: Vladimir Solovyov, camera: Leopold Verigo-Dorovsky, production designer: Yefim Khiger

Cast: Pavel Kurzner, A. Temnov, Vladimir Gardin, Yevgeniya Pyryalova, N. Petrov

Young factory workers are anxious to rationalize the process of production.



225 SNAIPER (SNIPER)

1931, 83 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Semyon Timoshenko, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, production designer: Yvegeny Yeney, misic: Nikolai Malakhovsky, sound: Mikhail Mukhachev

Cast: Pyotr Sobolevsky, Pyotr Shlikhting, Pyotr Kirillov, Vladimir Gardin

The film tells about development of class consciousness of a Russian worker — participant of 1914 -1918 war.



226 TOVARNY SEMSOT SEMNADTSATIY (FREIGHT TRAIN 717)

1931, 62 min., silent, b/w

Film novel

Director: Nikolai Lebedev, screenplay: V. Petrov, B. Shwarts, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, production designer: Abram Veksler

Cast: G. Bogdanov, V. Zabelina

Young pioneers are taking part in the production process and in everyday life of a plant.



227 FOMA-RABOTYAGA (FOMA — THE HARD WORKER)

1931, 55 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Sergei Glagolin, screenplay: Yakov Yaluner, camera: Vladimir Vergiles, production designer: Vladimir Boriskovich

Cast: I. Fomichev, S. Spirov, Maria Bagildz, Antonina Bryantseva

The film satirises a lazy collective farmer.



228 CHELOVEK ZA BORTOM (MAN OVERBOARD)

1931, 65 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Iosif Berkhin, screenplay: Pavel Stelmakh, Yan Larri, camera: Alexander Bratukha, production designer: Abram Veksler

Cast: Leonid Kmit, Pavel Kurzner, Sergei Ponachevny, Nina Shaternikova

The film unmasks counter-revolutionary activities of a Baptist sect.



229 CHELOVEK IZ TYURMY (A MAN FROM PRISON)

1931, 71 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Sergei Bartenev, screenplay: Iosif Prut, camera: Yevgeny Shapiro, production designer: Yevgeniya Solovtsova

Cast: Ivan Chuvelev, O. Lebedeva, P. Samsonov, Andrei Kostrichkin, Yanina Zheimo

The film tells about reforming a man who had committed a crime.



230 BEGLETS (RUNAWAY)

1932, 37 min., sound, b/w

Film novel

Director: Vladimir Petrov, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, Vladimir Petrov, dialogues by: Veniamin Kaverin, camera: Vyacheslav Gordanov, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, misic: Valery Zhelobinsky, sound: Mikhail Mukhachev

Cast: Gennady Michurin, Bruno Riderer, Vyacheslav Viskovsky, Andrei Kostrichkin

Loosely based on the play of the same title by Karl August Wietfogel.

The film features a heroic episode of the struggle of German communists at the beginning of the 30-s.

231 BLESTYASHCHAYA KARYERA (THE BRILLIANT CAREER)

1932, 108 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Vladimir Braun, screenplay: Mikhail Kozakov, Vladimir Braun, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Pavel Zhuravlenko, Vladimir Gardin, Yelena Yegorova, V. Zabelina, Pyotr Pirogov

The film tells about the patriotism of a young Soviet engineer sent on business trip abroad.



232 VSTRECHNY (COUNTER-PLAN)

1932, 118 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Directors: Friedrich Ermler, Sergei Yutkevich, screenplay: Lev Arnstam, Daniil Del, Friedrich Ermler, Sergei Yutkevich, camera: Alexander Gintsburg, Joseph Martov, Vladimir Rapoport, production designer: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke, misic: Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Ilya Volk, Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Vladimir Gardin, Maria Blumental-Tamarina, Tatyana Guretskaya, Andrei Abrikosov, Boris Tenin, Boris Poslavsky

Story of the Leningrad turbine plant workers who designed and manufactured the first Soviet turbine.



233 GAIL MOSKAU (HAIL MOSCOW)

1932, 88 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Director: Vladimir Shmidtgof, screenplay: Alexander Ustinovich, camera: Andrei Moskvin. Pavel Posypkin, production designer: Konstantin Bondarenko, misic: Nikolai Timofeyev, sound: Alexander Bekker

Cast: I. Martin, A. Afinogenov, Malik Kayumov, K. Dmitriyev, Sofia Magarill

This film is about the solidarity of Soviet seamen with foreign workers.



234 GOROD V STEPI (A TOWN IN STEPPE)

1932, 57 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Directors: Cheslav Sabinsky, Vladimir Yakolev, screenplay: Cheslav Sabinsky, I. Kotlerman, camera: Svyatoslav Belyayev, Ivan Akmen, production designer: Yefim Khiger

Cast: Alexander Mazayev, Irina Volodko, Pyotr Podvalny, Andrei Lavrentyev, K. Denisova

Loosely based on Alexander Serafimovich’s novel of the same title.



235 DLYA VAS NAIDYETSYA RABOTA (THERE IS A JOB FOR YOU)

1932, 106 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Director: Ilya Trauberg, screenplay: Iosif Prut, Ilya Trauberg, camera: Vyacheslav Gordanov, Vladimir Yakovlev, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, misic: Valerian Bogdanov-Berezovsky, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev, Ilya Volk

Cast: Sofya Magarill, Maksim Shtraukh, Fyodor Nikitin

Awakening of class consciousness in a German worker under the influence of crisis and unemployment.



236 DOROGOY DLINNOYU (ON A LONG JOURNEY)

1932, 14 min., b/w

Cartoon

Director: Ivan Druzhinin, screenplay: L. Glyuzman, A. Red, production designer: Ivan Druzhinin, captions: Vladimir Solovyov

Satirical denunciation of poor management and slipshod operation of transport.



237 ZOLOTIYE RUKI (GOLDEN HANDS)

1932, 66 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Sergei Glagolin, screenplay: Yakov Yaluner, camera: Vladimir Vergiles, production designer: Vladimir Boriskovich

Cast: L. Ladogina, G. Borovkov, Zinaida Zanoni, Yekaterina Aleksandrovskaya

Women are offered jobs at factories.



238 ISHCHU PROTEKTSII (I AM LOOKING FOR A PATRON)

1932, 66 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Boris Kazachkov, screenplay: L.Glyuzman, Boris Kazachkov, camera: Anatoly Pogorely, production designer: Konstantin Bondarenko

Cast: D. Zaitsev, Andrei Kostrichkin, Yevgeniya Pyryalova

An enterprising young man gets all sorts of benefits pretending that he is a relative of influential people.



239 LES (FOREST)

1932, 80 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Sergei Gerasimov, idea: Iosif Prut, camera: Yuri Utekhin, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova

Cast: Andrei Kostrichkin, Alexander Melnikov, Pyotr Pirogov, Yevgeniya Pyryalova

The film dealt with complicated issues of political education of peasants. It showed the difficult process of changing mentality of people who were working in remote timber exploitation areas and were separated from the majority of their fellow workers.

The film was never released.

240 LICHNOYE DELO (PERSONAL AFFAIR)

1932, 73 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Directors: Sergei and Georgy Vasilyev, screenplay: Alexander Chirkov, camera: Svyatoslav Belyayev, production designers: Semyon Meinkin, Pavel Zaltsman

Cast: Nikolai Khodotov, Konstantin Nazarenko, Varvara Myasnikova, Andrei Apsolon, P. Elsky, Sergei Barmichev

A respected old worker is getting rid of his religious prejudices.

The film did not survive. Using negative stills of the film and screenplay kept by assistant director Varvara Myasnikova “ Lenfilm” made a photo-film giving detailed reproduction of the film made in 1932.

241 MUZYKALNAYA OLIMPIADA (MUSICAL OLYMPICS)

1932, 46 min., sound, b/w

Film-concert

Director: Yevgeny Chervyakov, screenplay: Daniil Rafalovich, Yevgeny Chervyakov, camera: Valery Ginzburg, Svyatoslav Belyayev, F. Zandberg, sound: Ilya Volk, Ivan Dmitriyev, Mikhail Mukhachev

The film is composed of separate musical turns.



242 NA RADIOVOLNE (ON A RADIO WAVE)

1932, 15 min., b/w

Cartoon

Director: Vladislav Tvardovsky, P. Poroshkov, screenplay: M. Tuberovsky, production designers: Vladislav Tvardovsky, P. Poroshkov

The story not established.



243 OSHIBKA GEROYA (MISTAKE OF A HERO)

1932, 74 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Eduard Ioganson, screenplay: Boris Chirskov, camera: Georgy Filatov, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Georgy Zhzhenov, Andrei Apsolon, B. Rakitin, A. Maseyev, V. Belousov, Oleg Zhakov

A group of factory workers is trying to reform a conceited young worker.



244 POBEDITELI NOCHI (CONQUERORS OF NIGHT)

1932, 95 min., sound, b/w

Film-essay

Director: Adolf Minkin, Igor Sorokhtin, screenplay: Vladimir Nedobrovo, camera: F. Zantsberg, Pavel Pallei, production designer: Pavel Zaltsman, Elza Rapoport, misic: Boris Arapov, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Illarion Pevtsov, Vasily Sofronov, Serafim Azanchevsky, Andrei Kostrichkin, Gennady Michurin, Mikhail Tsarev

The film tells about Soviet Arctic researches. The story is based on the voyage of the “Malygin”

ice breaker to Franz-Joseph Land made in the summer of 1931.

245 RODNAYA KROV (KINSFOLK)

1932, 66 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Rafail Muzykant, screenplay: Andrei Chiginsky, camera: Alexander Sigayev, production designers: Nikolai Suvorov, Pavel Betaki

Cast: Valery Solovtsov, Konstantin Nazarenko

The lead character of the film is a poor peasant’s son who was brought up in the family of a kulak (peasant proprietor) and adopted the kulaks’ ideology.



246 SERDTSE SOLOMONA (SOLOMON’S HEART)

1932, 62 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Directors: Sergei Gerasimov, Mikhail Kresin, screenplay: Sergei Gerasimov, camera: Yuri Utekhin, production designers: Konstantin Bondarenko, Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Anna Zarzhitskaya, Valery Solovtsov, N. Gorodnichev, Pavel Kurzner, Vladimir Gardin, Viktor Portnov

Young villagers unmask a kulak (peasant proprietor) who is trying to commit sabotage against an agricultural commune



247 SIMFONIYA MIRA (SYMPHONY OF PEACE)

1932, 14 min., sound/ b/w

Cartoon

Directors: Vitali Syumkin, S. Tarasov, screenplay: Eduard Ioganson, B. Bankovsky, Alexander Flit, camera: Yevgeny Sholpo, production designer: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri), misic: Georgy Rimsky-Korsakov

Tiger, Rabbit, Monkey and Goat arrive as delegates to a peace conference on disarmament. Each of them has a musical instrument. The delegates are expected to perform the “Symphony of Peace”. Suddenly there emerges a figure of Death — the personification of crisis. The “peaceful” orchestra immediately changes — violins turn into rifles, cellos — into guns, a drum — into a machine-gun and the “Symphony of War” begins.

The method of the drawn sound developed by Yevgeny Shoplo was used in this experimental film.

248 SLOZHNY VOPROS (A COMPLICATED QUESTION)

1932, 66 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Pavel Petrov-Bytov, screenplay: M. Padve, Georgy Venetsianov, camera: Anatoly Nazarov, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: D. Zaitsev, V. Boye, Alexanader Vinogradov, Firs Shishigin, Antonina Bryantseva

The story of unmasking a saboteur in one of the competing collective farms.



249 SOLDATSKY SYN (SON OF A SOLDIER)

1932, 103 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Nikolai Lebedev, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, production designer: Abram Veksler

Cast: Tolya Afinogenov, Tolya Kurdyavtsev, V. Besedova, M. Bolshakov, Sergei Ponachevny

Children’s film featuring participation of workers’ children in the revolutionary struggle at the beginning of the century.



250 TRI SOLDATA (THREE SOLDIERS)

1932, 98 min., silent, b/w

Adventure

Director: Alexander Ivanov, screenplay: Boris Lipatov, Alexander Ivanov, Vladimir Granatman, camera: Alexander Gintsburg, production designer: Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Andrei Kostrichkin, Pyotr Pirogov, Yevgeny Chervyakov, Sergei Gerasimov, Yelena Kuzmina, Varvara Myasnikova

The film features the process of stratification on the basis of class affiliation among foreign soldiers that invaded Odessa in 1919. Story of three soldiers — a worker, a peasant and an office clerk.



251 UTIRAITE SLYOZY (WIPE YOUR TEARS)

1932, 67 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Pyotr Kirillov, screenplay: Boris Zon, Alexandra Brushtein, camera: Veniamin Levitin, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Vladimir Gardin, L. Kaulik, N. Turunnen, Ye. Kartseva, M. Simakina

The film features participation of German workers’ children in the class struggle.



252 ANNENKOVSHCHINA (ANNENKOV’S BANDS)

1933, 115 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Nikolai Bersenev, camera: Alexander Sigayev, Alexander Ksenofontov, production designer: Anatoly Arapov, Pavel Zaltsman, misic: Dmitry Astradantsev, sound: Alexander Bekker, V. Yuditsky

Cast: Boris Livanov, Vladimir Gardin, Vladimir Taskin, Andrei Kostrichkin, N. Pozdnyakov, V. Bokarev

The film features struggle of Soviet partisans and Red Army troops against White Army bands commanded by Annenkov.

New version made in 1936, 73 min.

253 ZHIT (TO LIVE)

1933, 69 min., sound, b/w

Adventure story

Written and directed by: Semyon Timoshenko, camera: Yurti Utekhin, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, Fyodor Bernstam, misic: Gavriil Popov, sound: Mikhail Mukhachev

Cast: Galina Kravchenko, Pyotr Sobolevsky, Vladimir Kryuger

A Soviet seamen discharges his duty in the last years of the Civil War.



254 IUDUSHKA GOLOVLYOV (IUDUSHKA GOLOVLYOV)

1933, 94 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Director: Alexander Ivanovsky, screenplay: Konstantin Derzhavin, Alexander Ivanovsky, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, production designer: Vladimir Yegorov, misic: Andrei Pashchenko, sound: Pyotr Vitsinsky

Cast: Vladimir Gardin, Tatyana Bulakh, Nina Latonina, Yekaterina Korchagina-Alexandrovskaya, Mikhail Tarkhanov, Irina Zarubina

Based on Mikhail Satlykov-Shchedrin’s novel “The Golovlyov Family”.



255 MOYA RODINA (MY MOTHERLAND)

1933, 77 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Director: Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Heifits, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif

Heifits, camera: Mikhail Kaplan, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, misic: Gavriil Popov, sound: Arnold Shargorodsky

Cast: Boris Khaidarov, Gennady Michurin, Alexander Melnikov, Yanina Zheimo, Konstantin Nazarenko, Lyudmila Semyonova, Oleg Zhakov

The film features acts of provocation committed by imperialists and White Army bandits on Soviet-Chinese border in 1929.



256 OTCHAYANNIY BATALYON (THE BOLD BATTALION)

1933, 66 min., silent, b/w

Film-Novel

Written and directed by: Avraam Naroditsky, Naum Ugryumov, camera: Emmanuil Ratner, production designer: Konstantin Bondarenko

Cast: Roza Sverdlova, Gennady Michurin

Children’s film featuring life of Soviet schoolchildren.



257 OCHIR (OCHIR)

1933, 80 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Darya Shpirkan, camera: Vladimir Yakovlev, Mikhail Rotinov, production designer: Pyotr Yakimov

Cast: Zula Nakhashkiyev, S. Musov, B. Kushlykov, Nikolai Khryashchikov

Story of a Kalmyk nomad who under Soviet power became a front rank worker at a stud farm.



258 CHASTNY SLUCHAI (A PARTICULAR CASE)

1933, 75 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Ilya Trauberg, screenplay: Ilya Trauberg, Nikolai Chukovsky, camera: Veniamin Levitin, production designer: Pavel Zaltsman

Cast: Nikolai Michurin, Nikolai Kryuchkov, Alexander Melnikov, Sergei Ponachevny, Yevgeniya Pyryalova, Alexander Bryantsev, Sofia Magarill, Oleg Zhakov

The film tells about f struggle against saboteurs who managed to mix with Soviet intellectuals.



259 GROZA (THE THUNDERSTORM)

1934, 85 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Vladimir Petrov, camera: Vyacheslav Gordanov, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, misic: Vladimir Shcherbachyov, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Alla Tarasova, Ivan Chuvelev, Varvara Mnassalitinova, Irina Zarubina, Mikhail Zharov, Mikhail Tsaryov, Mikhail Tarkhanov, Yekaterina Korchagina-Alexandrovskaya

Based on Alexander Ostrovsky’s play of the same title.



260 ZHENITBA YANA KNUKKE (MARRIAGE OF YAN KNUKKE)

1934, 66 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Alexander Ivanov, screenplay: Vsevolod Voyevodin, Yevgeny Ryss, camera: Alexander Gintsburg, Arkady Koltsaty, production designer: Isaak Makhlis

Cast: Andrei Kostrichkin, Anna Zarzhitskaya, Yevgeny Chervyakov, Nikolai Cherkasov, Yakov Gudkin, Boris Shlikhting

Satirical discrediting of pacifistic illusions of an “humble man” living in a capitalist country.



261 KOROLYEVSKIYE MATROSY (KING’S SAILORS)

1934, 71 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Director: Vladimir Braun, screenplay: Boris Lipatov, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, Solomon Byelenky, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Kurt Arendt, Hans Klering, Isaak Menaker, Pavel Zhuravlenko, L. Nenasheva, Kseniya Moskalenko, Ursula Krug, Fyodor Nikitin

The story is based on the real event: the revolt of British sailors in Invergordon in 1931.



262 KRESTYANE (PEASANTS)

1934, 114 min., sound, b/w

Drama

Director: Friedrich Ermler, screenplay: Manuel Bolshintsov, Viktor Portnov, Friedrich Ermler, camera: Alexander Gintsburg, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, misic: Venedikt Pushkov, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Yelena Yunger, Boris Poslavsky, Alexei Petrov, Yekaterina Korchagina-Alexandrovskaya, Nikolai Bogolyubov, Vladimir Gardin, Pyotr Aleinikov

The film features struggle of communists and progressive peasants for strengthening the collective-farm system.



263 LYUBLYU LI TEBYA? (DO I LOVE YOU?)

1934, 65 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Written and directed by: Sergei Gerasimov, camera: Yuri Utekhin, F. Zandberg, production designer: Semyon Meinkin, T. Shishmaryov

Cast: Tamara Makarova, Vladimir Maryev, Konstantin Nazarenko, Oleg Zhakov, Mikhail Rostovtsev, Nina Shaternikova, Yelena Deineko

Story of a young couple of Soviet students.



264 NA LUNU S PERESADKOY (A TRANSFER TO THE MOON)

1934, 60 min., silent, b/w

Film-novel

Director: Nikolai Lebedev, screenplay: Alexai Panteleyev, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, production designer: Abram Veksler

Cast: Lenya Glebov, O. Kurnosova, Misha Fadeyev, N. Rostova, Ivan Savelyev

Children’s film tells about schoolchildren — enthusiasts of aircraft modeling.



265 NASLEDNIY PRINTS RESPUBLIKI (THE CROWN PRINCE OF THE REPUBLIC)

1934, 66 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Eduard Ioganson, screenplay: Rafail Muzikant, Boris Chirskov, camera: Georgy Filatov, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Pyotr Kirillov, Yevgeniya Pyryalova, Andrei Apsolon, Georgy Orlov, Sergei Ponachevny, Georgy Zhzhenov

The film ridicules fathers who prefer to keep away from the troubles of taking care of little babies.



266 RAZBUDITE LENOCHKU (WAKE LENOCHKA UP)

1934, 25 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Antonina Kudryavtseva, screenplay: Nikolai Oleinikov, Yevgeny Shwarts, camera: Georgy Filatov, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova

Cast: Yanina Zheimo, Sergei Gerasimov

This children’s film tells about a little schoolgirl who was always late to school and about her school friends who found a clever and original method to cure her of the habit to be late.



267 SEKRET FIRMY (SECRET OF THE COMPANY)

1934, 66 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Vladimir Shmidthof, screenplay: Nikolai Brykin, Savely Ruben, Vladimir Shmidthof, camera: Anatoly Pogorely, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova, Elza Rapoport

Cast: Semyon Svashenko, Pyotr Andriyevsky, Sofia Magarill, Valery Slovtsov, Pavel Volkov, Yakov Gudkin, Yuri Lavrov, Tamara Makarova

A group of enthusiasts from a small town comes across an old deserted small factory located on the edge of a forest and reconstructs it.



268 FLAG STADIONA (FLAG OF THE STADIUM)

1934, 66 min., silent, b/w

Comedy

Director: Boris Kazachkov, screenplay: Bella Zorich, Pavel Lin, camera: Vladimir Yakovlev, production designer: Konstantin Bondarenko

Cast: Boris Tenin, Vera Koroleva, Olga Spirova, Pyotr Kirillov, Alexander Melnikov, Konstantin Nazarenko, Valery Solovtsov

The film ridicules elements of philistinism in a Soviet intellectual.



269 CHAPAYEV (CHAPAYEV)

1934, 95 min., sound, b/w

War drama

Written and directed by: Sergei and Georgy Vasilyev, camera: Alexander Sigayev, Alexander Ksenofontov, production designer: Isaak Makhlis, misic: Gavriil Popov, sound: Alexander Bekker

Cast: Boris Babochkin, Boris Blinov, Varvara Myasnikova, Leonid Kmit, Illarion Pevtsov, Stepan Shkurat, Vyacheslav Volkov, Nikolai Simonov, Boris Chirkov, Georgy Vasilyev

Based on material collected by Dmitry and Anna Furmanov about Vasily Chapayev, a Civil War hero.



270 CHUDO (A MIRACLE)

1934, 61 min., silent, b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Pavel Petrov-Bytov, camera: Anatoly Nazarov, production designer: Yefim Khiger

Cast: Vladimir Gardin, Nikolai Simonov, Tatyana Guretskaaya, Illarion Pevtsov, Sergei Ponachevny, Alexander Mazayev

Under the influence of revolutionary events of 1905 — 1906 an old backward worker develops his class consciousness.



271 YUNOST MAKSIMA (YOUTH OF MAXIM)

1934, 98 min., sound, b/w

Historical-Revolutionary

Written and directed by: Grigory Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg, camera: Andrei Moskvin, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney, misic: Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Ilya Volk

Cast: Boris Chirkov, Stepan Kayukov, Alexander Kulakov, Valentina Kibardina, Mikhail Tarkhanov, Pavel Volkov, Boris Blinov

Story of young worker Maxim who becomes a professional revolutionary.



272 GORYACHIYE DENYOCHKI (BUSY DAYS)

1935, 90 min., b/w

Comedy

Written and directed by: Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Heifits, camera: Mikhail Kaplan, production designer: Anatoly Bosulayev, misic: Valery Zhelobinsky, sound: Arnold Shargorodsky

Cast: Nikolai Simonov, Nikolai Cherkasov, Tatyana Okunevskaya, Yanina Zheimo, Anatoly Gribov

The film features life of Soviet youth. Love story of Byelokon, a young tank-officer, and Tanya, an agricultural college student.



273 GRANITSA (THE BORDER)

1935, 87 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Mikhail Dubson, camera: Vladimir Rapoport, production designer: Yefim Khiger, Issak Makhlis, misic: Lev Pulver, sound: Lev Valter

Cast: Boris Poslavsky, Yelena Granovskaya, Vasily Toporkov, Veniamin Zuskin, Nikolai Cherkasov

The film features life of Jewish residents of an area that borders on the USSR.



274 DUBROVSKY (DUBROVSKY)

1935, 70 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Alexander Ivanovsky, camera: Alexander Sigayev, production designer: Vladimir Yegorov, misic: Andrei Pashchenko, sound: Pyotr and Gleb Vitsinsky

Cast: Boris Livanov, Nikolai Monakhov, Galina Grigoryeva, Vladimir Gardin, Mikhail Tarkhanov

Based on Alexander Pushkin’s novel of the same title.



275 LUNNIY KAMEN (THE MOON STONE)

1935, 65 min., b/w

Adventure story

Director: Adolf Minkin, Igor Sorokhtin, screenplay: Vladimir Nedobrovo, camera: F. Zandberg, Veniamin Levitin, production designer: Pavel Zaltsman, Naum Fishman, misic: Boris Arapov, sound: Nikolai Dabolin

Cast: Yuri Tolubeyev, Gennady Michurin, Solomon Mikhoels, Konstantin Adashevsky, Yakov Malyutkin

The film features the selfless work of Russian geologists at the beginning of the century.



276 PODRUGI (FRIENDS)

1935, 95 min., b/w

Historical-Revolutionary

Director: Lev Arnstam, screenplay: Lev Arnstam, Raisa Vasilyeva, camera: Vladimir Rappoport, Arkady Shafran, production designer: Moisei Levin, misic: Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev, Ilya Volk

Cast: Zoya Fyodorova, Yanina Zheimo, Irina Zarubina, Boris Babochkin, Maria Blumental-Tanarina, Boris Chirkov

Story of three girls from Petrograd working class neighborhood, of their friendship and participation in the defense of Petrograd from foreign intervention in 1919.



277 SOKROVISHCHA POGIBSHEGO KORABLYA (TREASURES OF THE LOST SHIP)

1935, 83 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Vladimir Braun, screenplay: Boris Lipatov, camera: Solomon Byelenky, production designer: Pyotr Yakimov, misic: Yuri Kochurov, sound: Pyotr and Gleb Vitsinsky

Cast: Nikolai Batalov, Yelena Pyryalova, Andrei Kostrichkin, Pavel Kurzner

The film features work of divers, raising the sunk ship from the sea ground.



278 TRI TOVARISHCHA (THREE FRIENDS)

1935, 95 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Semyon Timoshenko, screenplay: Alexei Kapler, Tatyana Zlatogorova, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, Boris Kulikovich, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, Vladimir Kalyagin, misic: Isaak Dunayevsky, sound: Pyotr Vitsinsky

Cast: Nikolai Batalov, Veronika Polonskaya, Anatoly Goryunov, Tatyana Guretskaya, Mikhail Zharov

Story of three comrades who became friends in the years of the Civil War and met again in mid 30-s.



279 VRATAR (GOALKEEPER)

1936, 75 min., b/w

Valery Solovtsov

Director: Seyon Timoshenko, screenplay: Lev Kassil, M. Yudin, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, production designer: Pyotr Yakimov, Vladimir Kalyagin, misic: Isaak Dunayevsky, sound: Viktor Muravyov

Cast: Grigory Pluzhnik, Tatyana Guretskaya, Lyudmila Glazova, Anatoly Goryunov,

The film tells about rivalry of two football teams and about a young stevedore from Volga region who was a born goalkeeper.



280 DEPUTAT BALTIKI (DEPUTY FOR THE BALTIC FLEET)

1936, 96 in., b/w

Director: Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Heifits, screenplay: Leonid Rakhmanov, Daniil Historical-Revolutionary

Del, Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Heifits, camera: Mikhail Kaplan, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, Vladimir Kalyagin, misic: Nikolai Timofeyev, sound: Arnold Shargorodsky, Yevgeny Nesterov

Cast: Nikolai Cherkasov, Maria Domasheva, Oleg Zhakov, Boris Livanov

Set in 1917 the film focuses on life of a Russian botanist in the days of October Revolution. The prototype of the lead character was the noted Russian naturalist Klimenty Timiryazev (1843 — 1920).



281 LENOCHKA I VINOGRAD (LENOCHKA AND GRAPES)

1936, 50 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Antonina Kudryavtseva, screenplay: Yevgeny Shwarts, Nikolai Oleinikov, camera: Pavel Posypkin, Mikhail Rotinov, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova, misic: Nikolai Strelnikov, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev, Yevgeny Nesterov

Cast: Yanina Zheimo, Boris Chirkov

Adventures of a schoolgirl during the summer vacation which she spends in a vine-growing

collective farm in the Crimea.

282 NA OTDYKHE (ON HOLIDAY)

1936, 61 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Eduard Ioganson, screenplay: Yevgeny Shwarts, Nikolai Oleinikov, camera: Georgy Filatov, production designer: Pavel Zaltsman, misic: Ivan Dzerzhinsky, sound: V. Muravyov

Cast: N. Zvereva, Yuri Tolubeyev, Vladimir Sladkopevtesev, Tatyana Guretskaya, Yefim Altus, Sergei Ponachevny

Funny story of two friends — a famous polar researcher and an aviator — who are spending their holiday at a summer resort and are concealing their true occupations.


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