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PUTESHESTVIYE V ARZRUM (THE JOURNEY TO ARZRUM)



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283 PUTESHESTVIYE V ARZRUM (THE JOURNEY TO ARZRUM)

1936, 77 min., b/w

Film-novel

Director: Moisei Levin, screenplay: Mikhail Bleinman, Ilya Zilberstein, camera: Nikolai Ushakov, production designer: Moisei levin, misic: Nikolai Strelnikov, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Dmitry Zhuravlyov, Konstantin Khokhlov, Nikolai Ryzhov, Lev Kolesov

Loosely based on Alexander Pushkin’s memories of his journey to the Caucasus in 1829.



284 SEMERO SMELYKH (SEVEN BRAVE SPIRITS)

1936, 92 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Sergei Gerasimov, screenplay: Yuri German, Sergei Gerasimov, camera: Yevgeny Velichko, production designer: Vladimir Semyonov, misic: Venedikt Pushkov, sound: Arnold Shargiorodsky, Leonid Shapiro

Cast: Nikolai Bogolyubov, Tamara Makarova, Ivan Novoseltsev, AnDrei Apsolon, Oleg Zhakov, Pyotr Aleinikov, Ivan Kuznetsov

Story of seven friends — young polar researchers, who went to work in the Arctic region, of determination and courage they displayed under tough conditions of life and work on territory located beyond the Polar circle.



285 SYN MONGOLII (SON OF MONGOLIA)

1936, 89 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Ilya Trauberg, screenplay: Lev Slavin, Boris Lapin, Zakhar Khatsrevin, camera: Mikhail Kaplan, production designer: Igor Vuskovich, misic: Nikolai Rubinovich, Eduard Grikurov, sound: Nikolai Dabolin

Cast: Tseven, Sosor-Barma, Gombo, Bato-Ochir, Igin Khorlo

The first film made by the Lenfilm Studio in collaboration with Mongolian cinematographers. The story of this feature film is focused on life of a Mongolian herdsman.



286 FEDKA (FEDKA)

1936, 62 min., b/w

Adventure story

Director: Nikolai Lebedev, screenplay: Doivber Levin, camera: Viutaly Chulkov, production designer: Abram Veksler, misic: Viktor Tomilin, sound: Sergei Zhigachev

Cast: Kolya Kat-Oglu, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Ivan Savelyev, A. Zasorin

The film features participation of children in the Civil War.



287 CHUDESNY KORABL (THE WONDERFUL BOAT)

1936, 42 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Boris Kazachkov, screenplay: L. Varkovitskaya, camera: N. Sokolov, misic: Nikolai Strelnikov, sound: Andrei Gavryushev

Cast: N. Aslanov, Maria Domasheva, Viktor Tolubyev

Children’s film tells about a schoolboy who constructs a radio-operated model of a boat.



288 YUNOST POETA (YOUTH OF THE POET)

1936, 88 min., b/w

Historical Biography

Director: Abram Narodnitsky, screenplay: Yuri Slonimsky, camera: Alexander Sigayev, Apollinary Dudko, production designer: Pyotr Yakimov, Semyon Meinkin, misic: Yuri Kochurov, sound: Andrei Gavryushev

Cast: Valentin Litovsky, Vladimir Gardin, V. Ivasheva, Nina Shaternikova, Alexander Mgebrov, Vladimir Taskin

The film focuses on Alexander Pushkin’s youth and the years he spent in Lyceum in Tsarskoye Selo.



289 BOLSHIYE KRYLYA (BIG WINGS)

1937, 75 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Mikhail Dubson, screenplay: Alexei Garri, Mikhail Dubson, camera: Vladimir Rapoport, production designer: Eduard Krimmer, Pavel Betaki, misic: Valery Zhelobinsky, sound: Lev Valter, Vyacheslav Bugrov

Cast: Boris Babochkin, O. Glazunov, Boris Blinov, Mikhail Astangov, Khilda Yenings, yelena Yunger, Zoya Fyodorova

Story of an aircraft designer who constructed a super-powerful passenger airplane that crashed during a test flight.



290 VELIKIY GRAZHDANIN (THE GREAT CITIZEN)

1937, 1st series, 118 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Friedrich Ermler, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, Manuel Bolshintsov, Friedrich Ermler, camera: Arkady Koltsaty, production designer: Abram Veksler, Semyon Meinkin, Nikolai Suvorov, misic: Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Nikolai Bogolyubov, Ivan Bersenev, Oleg Zhakov, Zoya Fyodorova, Boris Poslavsky, Alexander Zrazhevsky, Boris Chirkov

The film features life of Soviet country in the 20-s. The story is focused on the character of a major party leader. The film was inspired by life and activities of Bolshevik leader Sergei Kirov (1886 — 1934).



291 VOZVRASHCHENIYE MAKSIMA (RETURN OF MAXIM)

1937, 112 min., b/w

Historical-Revolutionary

Director: Grigory Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, screenplay: Grigory Kozintsev, Lev Slavin, Leonid Trauberg, camera: Andrei Moskvin, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney, misic: Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Ilya Volk, Boris Khutoryansky

Cast: Boris Chirkov, Vaklentina Kibardina, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Mikhail Zharov, Alexander Zrazhevsky, Alexander Chistyakov, Vasily Vanin

The second series of historical-revolutionary trilogy of worker Maxim, featuring activities of Bolsheviks on the eve of World War I.



292 VOLOCHAYEVSKIYE DNI (THE DAYS IN VOLOCHAYEVSK)

1937, 112 min., b/w

Historical-Revolutionary

Written and directed by: Georgy and Sergei Vasilyev, camera: Alexander Sigayev, production designer: Yakov Rivosh, Ivan Zabolotsky, misic: Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Alexander Bekker

Cast: Varvara Myasnikova, Nikolai Dorokhin, Lev Sverdlin, Yuri Lavrov, Boris Chirkov, Boris Blinov

The film features utter defeat of Japanese invaders and White Army troops by Soviet people in the Far East during the years of the Civil War.



293 ZHENITBA (MARRIAGE)

1937, 68 min., b/w

Comedy

Written and directed by: Erast Garin and Khesya Lokshina, camera: Anatoly Pogorely, production designer: Isaak Makhlis, sound: Alexander Bekker

Cast: Erast Garin, Stepan Kayukov, A. Chekayevsky, N. Latonina, Zoya Fyodorova, O. Tomilina

Based on Nikolai Gogol’s comedy of the same title.



294 ZA SOVYETSKUYU RODINU (FOR THE SOVIET MOTHERLAND)

1937, 88 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Rafail and Yuri Muzykant, screenplay: Gennady Fish, Yuri and Rafail Muzykant, camera: Yevgeny Velichko, production designer: Pavel Zaltsman, Mikhail Tsibasov, misic: Alexei Zhivotov, sound: Pyotr and Gleb Vitsinsky

Cast: Oleg Zhakov, Ivan Chuvelev, Ivan Selyanin, Pyotr Kirillov, Pyotr Aleinikov, Nikolai Kryuchkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

Based on Gennady Fish’s novel “The Fall of Kimas-Lake”, featuring the struggle of Red Army against White Finns in the days of the Civil War.



295 PERVAYA OKHOTA (THE FIRST HUNTING)

1937, 8 min., b/w

Cartoon

Director: Pavel Shmidt, screenplay: Vitaly Bianki, production designer: Pavel Shmidt, misic: V. Vitlin, sound: V. Urbenin

Unsuccessful attempts of a puppy to chase a butterfly, a bittern and a hoopoe.



296 PYOTR PERVY (PETER THE FIRST)

1937, 1st series, 103 min., b/w

Historical

Director: Vladimir Petrov, screenplay: Alexei Tolstoy, Vladimir Petrov, camera: Vyachslav Gordanov, Vladimir Yakovlev, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov, misic: Vladimir Shcherbachev, sound: Zakhar Zalkind

Cast: Nikolai Simonov, Nikolai Cherkasov, Mikhail Zharov, Alla Tarasova, Mikhail Tarkhanov, Vladimir Gardin, Irina Zarubina

The film features life and activities of tsar Peter I, the reformer of the 18th century Russia.



297 PUGACHEV (PUGACHEV)

1937, 105 min., b/w

Historical

Director: Pavel Petrov-Bytov, screenplay: Olga Forsh, camera: Anatoly Nazarov, production designer: Yefim Khiger, misic: Vissarion Shebalin, sound: Viktor Muravyov

Cast: Konstantin Skorobogatov, Yelena Karyakina, Konstantin Mukhitdinov, Mikhail Pavlikov, N. Latonina

Set in the 18th century Russia the film features peasant rebellion led by Yemelyan Pugachev.



298 TAIGA ZOLOTAYA (THE GOLDEN TAIGA)

1937, 78 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Gennady Kazansky, Maxim Ruf, screenplay: Nikolai Pogodin, camera: Veniamin Levitin, Anatoly Pogorely, production designer: Igor Vuskovich, misic: Venedikt Pushkov, sound: Nikolai Butakov, Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Boris Tenin, Alexander Vinogradov, N. Latonina, Pavel Volkov, Nina Shaternikova, Yuri Tolubeyev, Vasily Merkuryev, Nikolai Kryuchkov

The film deals with life of gold-diggers.



299 TYERYEMOK (A LITTLE HOUSE)

1937, 7 min., b/w

Cartoon

Written and directed by: Alexander Sinitsyn, Vitaly Syumkin, camera: V. Vilchevskaya, misic: Isaak Dunayevsky, lyrics: Vladimir Volzhenin

Based on Russian folk fairy-tale.

Three-color print made by the color-film sector laboratory according to the method developed by the State Institute of Optics.

300 SHAKHTYORY (MINERS)

1937, 110 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Sergei Yutkevich, screenplay: Alexei Kapler, camera: Joseph Martov, production designer: Abidin-Dino, Olga Pchelnikova, misic: Boris Golts, sound: M. Sher

Cast: Boris Poslavsky, Yuri Tolubeyev, Vladimir Lukin, Nina Rusinova, Zoya Fyodorova, Stepan Kayukov, Mark Bernes

The film features life of Donbas miners who are trying to increase the coal output.



301 AMANGELDY (AMANGELDY)

1938, 84 min., b/w

Biopic

Director: Moisei Levin, screenplay: Vsevolod Ivanov, Gabit Musrepov, camera: Hecho Nazaryantz, production designers: Moisei Levin, Natalya Fateyeva, misic: Mikhail Gnesin, Akhmet Zhubanov, sound: Afanasi Simonovski, Alexander Ostrovski

Cast: Yeleubai Umurzakov, Shara Zhiyenkulova, Serke Kozhankulov, Kurmanbek Dzhandarbekov, Kanabek Bayseitov, Kalibek Kuanyshpayev

The picture is focused on Amangeldy Imanov, a son of the Kazakh people who became a conscientious fighter for the revolutionary cause.



302 VRAGI (THE ENEMIES)

1938, 78 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Alexander Ivanovski, camera: Solomon Belenki, production designers: Semyon Meinkin, Dmitri Rudoi, misic: Yuri Kochurov, sound: Pyotr and Gleb Vitsinski

Cast: Valentin Kiselyev, Tamara Glebova, Boris Poslavski, Sophya Magarill, Boris Zhukovski, Irina Zarubina, Vladimir Gardin, Zoya Fyodorova, Yanina Zheimo

Loosely based on a play of the same title by Maxim Gorki.



303 VYBORGSKAYA STORONA (THE VYBORG MUNICIPAL DISTRICT)

1938, 121 min., b/w

Revolutionary history

Written and directed by: Grigori Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, camera: Andrei Moskvin, Georgi Filatov, production designer: Vasili Vlasov, misic: Dmitri Shostakovich, sound: Ilya Volk, Boris Khutoryanski

Cast: Boris Chirkov, Valentina Kibardina, Nataliya Uzhviy, Yuri Tolubeyev, Maxim Schtrauh, Mikhail Zharov

Part 3 of the trilogy (the first two parts titled “Maxim's Youth” and “Return of Maxim”) telling about the first months of Petrograd life following the revolution of 1917.



  • The authors of the film were honored the Stalin’s Prize of the USSR.

304 GOD DEVYATNADTSATY (THE YEAR 1919)

1938, 85 min., b/w

Revolutionary history

Director: Ilya Trauberg, screenplay: Joseph Prut, Ilya Trauberg, camera: Anatoli Nazarov, Lev Sokolski, Vladimir Danashevski, Veniamin Levitin, production designer: Pyotr Yakimov, misic: Lev Knipper, sound: Nikolai Dabolin

Cast: G. Gorbunov, Vitali Polizeimako, Andrei Apsolon, Vladimir Gardin, Hans Klering

Based on a play of the same title by Joseph Prut focused on the heroic defence of Astrakhan during the Civil War.



305 DETSTVO MARSHALA (THE MARSHAL'S CHILDHOOD)

1938, 87 min., b/w

Biography

Director: Nikolai Lebedev, screenplay: Igor Vsevolozhski, Leo Moor, Nikolai Lebedev, camera: Vitali Chulkov, production designers: Olga Pchelnikova, Vladimir Kalyagin, misic: Victor Tomilin, sound: Alexander Ostrovski, Afanasi Simonovski

Cast: A. Polibin, Vasya Baukov, I. Melnikov, K. Freidkina, G. Yeremeyev

Loosely based on “The Farmstead Team”, a story by Igor Vsevolozhski.

The picture features the childhood of Semyon Budyenny, Marshal of the USSR and a Civil War hero.

306 DZHYABZHA (DZHYABZHA)

1938, 12 min., b/w

Graphic Cartoon

Written and directed by: Mstislav Paschenko, production designers: N. Vereschagina, V. Sokolov (backgrounds), misic: Nikolai Strelnikov, sound: Pavel Kramorov

Based on a Nanaian fairy-tale.

An evil old woman Dzhyabzha lived in a hut in the woods. Her servants, Girl, Little Dog and Baby Frog, worked from morning till night, which didn't spare them the old hag's beatings. It so happened that a bear got into the hut and put away all of the dinner prepared for Dzhyabzha. Infuriated, the old hag went after her servants, wielding a thick stick. But Girl, Little Dog and Baby Frog quickly climbed a very high tree, jumping over to the Moon. Dzhyabzha went after them, but failed and was suspended on a bough.

307 DRUZYA (THE FRIENDS)

1938, 113 min., b/w

Revolutionary history

Director: Lev Arnstam, screenplay: Nikolai Tikhonov, Lev Arnstam, camera: Vladimir Rapoport, production designer: Igor Vuskovich, misic: Dmitri Shostakovich, sound: Nikolai Butakov

Cast: Boris Babochkin, Irina Zarubina, Nikolai Cherkasov, Stepan Kayukov, Kote Daushvili, Seraphima Bierman

The picture features the life of the North Caucasian peoples shortly after the revolution of 1917 as they unite to fight the oppressors.



308 KOMSOMOLSK (KOMSOMOLSK)

1938, 109 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Sergei Gerasimov, screenplay: Zinoviya Markina, Mikhail Vitukhnovski, Sergei Gerasimov, camera: Alexander Ginzburg, production designer: Vladimir Semyonov, misic: Venedict Pushkov, sound: Yevgeni Nesterov, Arnold Shargorodski

Cast: Tamara Makarova, Ivan Novoseltsev, Pavel Volkov, Nikolai Kryuchkov, Stepan Krylov, Valentina Telegina, Pyotr Aleinikov

The picture features the life of the young Soviet people who build a new city, Komsomolsk, in the Far Eastern taiga in the 1930-es.



309 NA GRANITSE (AT THE BORDER)

1938, 104 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Alexander Ivanov, camera: Vladimir Rapoport, production designer: Pavel Zalzman, misic: Venedict Pushkov, sound: Andrei Gavryushev

Cast: Nikolai Kryuchkov, Yelena Tyapkina, Zoya Fyodorova, Stepan Krylov, Erast Garin, Yuri Lavrov

The picture features the fight of the border guards and residents of the Far East against trespassers.



310 PYOTR PERVY (PETER THE FIRST)

1938, Part 2, 126 min., b/w

Historical epic

Director: Vladimir Petrov, screenplay: Alexei Tolstoi, Vladimir Yakovlev, Nikolai Leschenko, camera: Vladimir Yakovlev, production designers: Nikolai Suvorov, Vladimir Kalyagin, misic: Vladimir Scherbachyev, sound: Zakhar Zalkind, Yuri Kurzner

Cast: Nikolai Simonov, Alla Tarasova, Nikolai Cherkasov, Mikhail Zharov, Mikhail Tarkhanov, Vladimir Dobrovolski, Irina Zarubina, Mikhail Gardin

The picture features the statesmanship and the military actions of Peter I and the victory of the Russian arms in the Poltava and Baltic Sea battles.



  • The authors of the film were honored the Stalin’s Prize of the USSR.

311 PROFESSOR MAMLYUK (PROFESSOR MAMLYUK)

1938, 105 min., b/w

Drama

Directors: Herbert Rappaport, Adolph Minkin, screenplay: Friedrich Wolfe, Adolph Minkin, Herbert Rappaport, camera: Georgi Filatov, production designer: Pavel Betaki, misic: Yuri Kochurov, Nikolai Timofeyev, sound: Lev Valter, Boris Lytkin

Cast: Semyon Mezhinski, Oleg Zhakov, Nina Shaternikova, Vasili Merkuryev, Vladimir Chestnokov, Yuri Tolubeyev

Loosely based on a play by Friedrich Wolfe.

The picture features the social insight of a German doctor and scientist far removed from politics under the impact of the German political events of the early 1930-s.

312 UTYENOK (THE DUCKLING)

1938, 10 min., b/w

Graphic Cartoon

Director: Ivan Druzhinin, screenplay: M. Solovyev, Ivan Druzhinin, production designer: Ivan Druzhinin, misic: V. Vitlin, sound: Pavel Kramarov

Out on a stroll, the naughty Duckling runs off from his Mother Duck and little brothers. Meeting a Butterfly, the Duckling rushes after her and plays with the Hedgehog until he hurts his nose on the prickly needles. The Duckling's pranks get him into trouble: he almost ends up as the Fox's breakfast. Thanks to the Puppy, the Duckling has a narrow escape.



313 CHELOVEK S RUZHYEM (A MAN WITH A GUN)

1938, 103 min., b/w

Revolutionary history

Director: Sergei Yutkevich, screenplay: Nikolai Pogodin, camera: Joseph Martov, production designer: Alexander Black, misic: Dmitri Shostakovich, sound: Konstantin Nesterov

Cast: Boris Tenin, Vladimir Lukin, Zoya Fyodorova, Boris Chirkov, Nikolai Cherkasov, Seraphima Bierman, Mark Bernes, Maxim Schtrauh

The picture features the first days of the Soviet Republic. It is focused on the soldier Ivan Shadrin, a former peasant, who gets actively involved in the revolutionary struggle.



314 ARINKA (ARINKA)

1939, 82 min., b/w

Comedy

Directors: Nadezhda Kosheverova, Yuri Muzykant, screenplay: Semyon Polotski, Matvey Tevelyev, camera: Apollinari Dudko, production designer: Alexander Black, misic: Nikita Bogoslovski, sound: Afanasi Simonovski

Cast: Larisa Yemelyantseva, Nikolai Konovalov, Alexander Kulakov, Pavel Sukhanov

The picture features the life and work of the Soviet railway workers.



315 VELIKI GRAZHDANIN (THE GREAT CITIZEN)

1939, Part 2, 134 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Friedrich Ermler, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, Manuel Bolshintsov, Friedrich Ermler, camera: Arkadi Koltsaty, production designers: Semyon Meinkin, Mikhail Krotkin, misic: Dmitri Shostakovich, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Nikolai Bogolyubov, Alexander Zrazhevski, Yephim Altus, Zoya Fyodorova, Oleg Zhakov, Ivan Bersenev, Yuri Tolubeyev

The picture features the fight of the Communist Party against the followers of Trotski and Bukharin in the 1930-es.



  • The authors of the film were honored the Stalin’s Prize of the USSR.

316 DOKTOR KALYUZHNY (DICTOR KALYUZNY)

1939, 85 min., b/w

Filmed story

Directors: Erast Garin, Khesya Lokshina, screenplay: Yuri Herman, camera: Anatoli Pogorely, Alexander Sigayev, production designer: Fyodor Berenstam, misic: A. Pappe, sound: Anna Volokhova

Cast: Boris Tolmazov, Maria Barabanova, Yuri Tolubeyev, Yanina Zheimo, Arkadi Raikin, Valentin Kiselyev

Loosely based on “The Son of the People”, a play by Yuri Herman.

The picture is focused on the young and enthusiastic Doctor Kalyuzhny returning to his native village after his graduation. Kalyuzhy's scientific discovery helped to restore the eyesight of his old teacher and of his former bride's little sister.

317 MUZHESTVO (COURAGE)

1939, 74 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Mikhail Kalatozov, screenplay: Georgi Kubanski, camera: Veniamin Levitin, production designer: Yephim Khiger, misic: Venedict Pushkov, sound: Ilya Volk

Cast: Oleg Zhakov, Dmitri Dudnikov, Konstantin Sorokin, Alexei Bondi

The picture is focused on the courage of a civilian flier detaining a dangerous saboteur.



318 NAYEZDNIK IZ KABARDY (A HORSEMAN FROM KABARDA)

1939, 74 min., b/w

Filmed story

Director: Nikolai Lebedev, screenplay: Alexander Popov, camera: Vitali Chulkov, production designer: Vladimir Pokrovski, misic: Victor Tomilin, sound: Alexander Ostrovski

Cast: G. Yeremeyev, Tamara Glebova, Yuri Lakotkin, Timofei Remizov

The picture is about the kids form a Kabarda village helping the adults to breed swift-running horses.



319 PATRIOT (THE PATRIOT)

1939, 81 min., b/w

Adventure

Director: Jan Fried, screenplay: Andrei Apsolon, camera: Khecho Nazaryantz, production designer: M. Semyenenko, misic: Joseph Pustylnik, sound: Grigori Elbert

Cast: Vladimir Lukin, Yura Bychkov, Yuri Tolubeyev, Olga Avericheva, Vova Repkin, Nikolai Simonov

A children's picture featuring the adventures involved in nourishing of the sense of patriotic duty in a Soviet schoolboy.



320 SLUCHAI NA POLUSTANKE (AN INCIDENT IN A SMALL RAILWAY STATION)

1939, 62 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Oleg Sergeyev, Sergei Yakushev, camera: Alexander Tikhonov, production designer: Vera Bakun, misic: Georgi Krasnov, S. Masselius, sound: Boris Lytkin

Cast: Vladimir Gardin, Mikhail Dubrava, Ivan Nazarov, Yevgeni Nemchenko, Andrei Kostrichkin, Alexander Melnikov

Loosely based on “The Unknown Comrade”, a short story by Fyodor Knorre.

The picture is focused on the heroic deed of a Far Eastern young telegraph operator during the Civil War.

321 STANITSA DALNYAYA (DALNYAYA COSSACK VILLAGE)

1939, 87 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Yevgeni Chervyakov, screenplay: Boris Chirskov, camera: Svyatoslav Belyayev, production designers: Nikolai Suvorov, Mariya Fateyeva, misic: Vladimir Scherbachyev, sound: Yuri Kurzner

Cast: Zoya Fyodorova, Nikolai Kryuchkov, Nina Shaternikova, Andrei Kostrichkin

The picture features the life of the Kuban collective farmers on the brink of the war.



322 TANKISTY (THE TANKERS)

1939, 89 min., b/w

Defence film

Directors: Zinovi Drapkin, Robert Maiman, screenplay: Zinovi Drapkin, Robert Maiman, Georgi Seliverstov, camera: Alexander Sigayev, Mikhail Magid, production designers: Pyotr Yakimov, Dmitri Rudoi, misic: Dmitri and Daniil Pokrass, sound: Arnold Shargorodski, Anna Volokhova

Cast: G. Gorbunov, Alexander Kulakov, Voldemar Chobur, Stepan Krylov, Vasili Merkuryev

The picture features the actions of the Soviet tankers in a probable fighting situation.



323 UCHITEL (THE TEACHER)

1939, 107 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Sergei Gerasimov, camera: Vladimir Yakovlev, production designer: Victor Semyonov, misic: Venedict Pushkov, sound: Yevgeni Nesterov

Cast: Boris Chirkov, Tamara Makarova, Pavel Volkov, Valentina Telegina, Ivan Nazarov, Anna Matveyeva

The picture is set in the 1930-es and focused on a village teacher.



  • The authors of the film were honored the Stalin’s Prize of the USSR.

324 KHIRURGIYA (SURGERY)

1939, 37 min., b/w

Comedy

Written and directed by: Jan Fried, camera: Solomon Belenki, production designers: Pavel Zalzman, Semyon Malkin, misic: Nikolai Timofeyev, sound: Konstantin Gordon

Cast: Ivan Moskvin, Igor Ilyinski, Yekaterina Korchagina-Aleksandrovskaya, Vasili Merkuryev, Valentina Telegina

Loosely based on “Surgery” and “The Country Medics”, short stories by Anton Chekhov.



325 CHETVYERTY PERISKOP (THE FOURTH PERISCOPE)

1939, 88 min., b/w

Defence film

Director: Victor Eisymont, screenplay: Georgi Blaustein, Georgi Venetsianov, camera: Vladimir Rapoport, production designer: Abram Veksler, misic: Venedict Pushkov, Boris Golz, sound: Nikolai Butakov

Cast: Boris Blinov, Vladimir Chestnokov, Mariya Domasheva, K. Nassonov, Vladimir Lukin, Sergei Morschikhin

The picture is focused on Soviet sailors keeping a vigilant watch over the sea borders.



326 CHLEN PRAVITELSTVA (A GOVERNMENT MEMBER)

1939, 107 min., b/w

Directors: Alexander Zarkhi, Joseph Heifitz, screenplay: Katerina Vinogradskaya with input from Alexander Zarkhi and Joseph Heifitz, camera: Alexander Ginzburg, production designers: Olga Pchelnikova, Vladimir Kalyagin, misic: Nikolai Timofeyev, sound: Arnold Shargorodski

Cast: Vera Maretskaya, Vasili Vanin, Nikolai Kryuchkov, Valentina Telegina, Boris Blinov, Vasili Merkuryev, Alexei Konsovski

Story of a Russian peasant woman who becomes a Soviet Government member.



327 VOZVRASHCHENIYE (THE RETURN)

1940, 75 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Jan Fried, screenplay: Boris Chirskov, Raphail Muzykant, camera: Alexander Ksenofontov, production designer: Olga Pchelnikova, misic: Joseph Pustylnik, sound: Grigori Elbert

Cast: Nikolai Simonov, Tatiana Guretskaya, Vova Tumalaryantz, Alexander Chistyakov, Vladimir Lukin, Boris Poslavski

The picture is focused on the family of a polar researcher.



328 GALYA (GALYA)

1940, 37 min., b/w

Filmed short story

Director: Nadezhda Kosheverova, screenplay: Sergei Glagolin, camera: Apollinari Dudko, misic: Nikita Bogoslovski, sound: Afanasi Somonovski

Cast: Pyotr Kirillov, Yevgeniya Vdovina, Mariya Barabanova, Alexei Bondi

The picture is focused at the gifted Leningrad girl Galya completing her sculptor father's unfinished work.



329 GOLOS TARASA (TARAS' VOICE)

1940, 36 min., b/w

Filmed short story

Director: Vladimir Feinberg, screenplay: Vladimir Belyayev, camera: Yevgeni Velichko, production designers: Vladimir Pokrovski, Mariya Fateyeva, misic: Valeri Zhelobinski, sound: Lev Valter, Anna Volokhova

Cast: Boris Petker, Yelena Karyakina, Kseniya Tarasova, Nikolai Sosnin, Vladimir Vasilyev

The picture features the liberation of Western Ukraine.



330 KONTSERT NA EKRANE (A CONCERT ON THE SCREEN)

1940, 79 min., b/w

Filmed concert

Written and directed by: Semyon Timoshenko, camera: Vladimir Danashevski, Anatoli Nazarov, production designers: Semyon Mandel, Yakov Rivosh, misic: Isaac Dunayevski, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev, Grigori Elbert

Cast: Ivan Moskvin, Nikolai Cherkasov, Vera Davydova, Yevgeni Mravinski, Nataliya Dudinskaya, Vakhtang Chabukiani, Keto Dzhaparidze, Vladimir Khenkin, Boris Eder, Leonid Utyesov

The self-contained concert items are linked by the presentation of the host, Nikolai Cherkasov.



331 MUZYKALNAYA ISTORIYA (A MUSICAL STORY)

1940, 83 min., b/w

Comedy

Directors: Alexander Ivanovski, Herbert Rappaport, screenplay: Yevgeni Petrov, Georgi Munblit, camera: Arkadi Koltsaty, production designer: Semyon Mandel, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Sergei Lemeshev, Zoya Fyodorova, Nikolai Konovalov, Erast Garin, Anna Sergeyeva, Anatoli Korolkevich

The picture is focused on the taxi driver Petya Govorkov who possesses a beautiful strong voice and becomes a professional singer.



  • The authors of the film were honored the Stalin’s Prize of the USSR.

332 OSEN (THE FALL)

1940, 11 min., b/w

Film study

Directors: Friedrich Ermler, Isaac Menaker, camera: Vyacheslav Gordanov, Mikhail Magid, production designer: Semyon Meinkin, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

An experimental picture revealing the artistic unity of colored images and music.



333 PEREKHOD (THE CROSSING)

1940, 74 min., b/w

Defence film

Director: Alexander Ivanov, screenplay: Semyon Polotski, Matvei Tevelyev, camera: Yevgeni Velichko, production designer: Pavel Zalzman, misic: Boris Arapov, Gavriil Popov, sound: Andrei Gavryushev

Cast: Stepan Krylov, Yuliya Predtechenskaya, Nikolai Vinogradov, Georgi Kolosov, Vladimir Volchik

The picture features the heroic crossing of the Pamir by a Red Army unit sent to assist the residents of a Tajik village affected by an earthquake.



334 PRIYATELI (THE CHUMS)

1940, 70 min., b/w

Filmed story

Director: Mikhail Gavronski, screenplay: Nikolai Taube, camera: Yevgeni Shapiro, production designer: Victor Savostin, misic: Vasili Solovyev-Sedoi, sound: Kirill Pozdnyshev

Cast: Mikhail Kuznetsov, Tamara Alyeshina, Zinaida Karpova, Boris Poslavski, Yelena Junger

The picture is focused on school graduates choosing their future vocations.



335 RAYKHAN (RAYKHAN)

1940, 76 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Moisei Levin, screenplay: Mukhtar Auezov, camera: Hecho Nazaryanz, production designer: Moisei Levin, misic: Vasili Velikanov, sound: Andrei Gavryushev

Cast: Yeleubai Umurzakov, Khadisha Bukeyeva, Seraly Kozhamkulov, Kolibek Kuanyshbayev, Shaken Aymanov

The picture features the emancipation of the Kazakh women under the Soviet power.



336 SKAZKA O GLUPOM MYSHONKE (A FAIRY-TALE ABOUT THE SILLY BABY MOUSE)

1940, 15 min., b/w

Graphic Cartoon

Written and directed by: Mikhail Tsekhanovski, camera: Vasili Shumyakin, production designer: Leonid Chupyatov, misic: Dmitri Shostakovich, sound: Alexander Becker

The sun has set. All the animals have gone to sleep. Only Baby Mouse is not sleepy. He doesn't like the lullaby his Mother Mouse is singing. The agitated Mother goes to the Frog, the Pig. the Duck, the Horsy, and the Pike for help, but they can't sing the silly Baby Mouse to sleep. Despairing, Mother Mouse brings in the Cat to baby-sit. Disaster would have struck, but for the courageous guard, the Dog, who just manages to save Baby Mouse who went to sleep, soothed by Cat's “kind” purring.



337 TSIRK (THE CIRCUS)

1940, 9 min., b/w

Graphic Cartoon

Written and directed by: Alexander Sinitsin, Vitali Syumkin, camera: Vasili Shumyakin, production designer (sketches, backgrounds): Yevgeniya Slovtsova, misic: Isaac Dunayevski, sound: Konstantin Gordon, verse: Vladimir Volzhenin

A small circus has spread its tent in a small town square. Its arena is graced by famous circus performers such as the Athletic Bear, the Juggling Poodle, and the Acrobatic Cat. Behind the wings, the Mongrel Dog is performing the modest duties of a cleaner. It so happened that the silly Donkey participating in one of the tricks turned obstinate during a performance. They had to summon the Mongrel Dog, well familiar with the Donkey's temper. The Mongrel Dog not just dealt with the stubborn Donkey, but also displayed some accomplished circus artistry before the admiring spectators.



338 SHESTDESYAT DNEY (SIXTY DAYS)

1940, 74 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Mikhail Shapiro, screenplay: Seraphim Kananykhin, camera: Alexander Ginzburg, Sergei Ivanov, production designer: Alexander Black, misic: Sergei Mitin, sound: Yuri Kurzner

Cast: Nikolai Cherkasov, Boris Zhukovski, Zoya Fyodorova, Vladimir Yantsat, Ivan Nazarov, Yuri Lyubimov

The picture is focused on the change in the personality of a young civilian scientist accomplished during a two-month training course in the annual camp.



339 ANTON IVANOVICH SERDITSA (ANTON IVANOVICH IS ANGRY)

1941, 75 min., b/w

Musical comedy

Director: Alexander Ivanovsky, screenplay: Yevgeny Petrov, Georgy Munblit, camera: Yevgeny Shapiro, production designer: Semyon Mandel, Abram Veksler, misic: Dmitry Kabalevsky, sound: Ivan Dmitriyev

Cast: Nikolai Konovalov, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Pavel Kadochnikov, Sergei Martinson, Tatyana Kondrakova

Conservatory professor gives his daughter classical musical education expecting that she will continue the family traditions. However, Simochka is fascinated by the “light” music. She makes a brilliant debut in an operetta and finds her vocation in this genre.



340 BOYEVOY KINOSBORNIK NOMER DVA (COLLECTION OF WAR FILMS No. 2)

1941, 56 min., b/w, 5 short films, the collection was created by cameramen: Alexander Xenofontov, Vladimir Rapoport, Khecho Nazaryants, design producers: Alexander Black, Semyon Meinkin, misic: Isaac Dunayevsky, sound: Ilya Volk

1. VSTRECHA (MEETING)

Drama

Director: Vladimir Feinberg, screenplay: Vladimir Belyaev, Mikhail Rozenberg, camera: Yevgeny Velichko

Cast: Vladimir Lukin

Poland is occupied by fascist troops. A Nazi officer gives order to execute a Byelorussian peasant. However, the peasant manages to escape. On June 22, 1941 when fascist troops attacked the USSR the two men meet again...



2. ODIN IZ MNOGIKH (ONE OF MANY)

Drama

Director: Viktor Eisymont, screenplay: Alexander Shtein, Iogann Zeltser, Yuri German

Cast: Boris Blinov, Alexander Melnikov, Ivan Kuznetsov, Mikhail Yekaterininsky

A Nazi pilot regarded by Hitler to be “the first of aces” is bombing Soviet cities. During one of bombing attacks his plane is shot down by Soviet anti-aircraft gunners.



3. U STAROY NYANI (AT OLD NANNY’S PLACE)

Drama

Director: Yevgeny Chervyakov, screenplay: Vladimir Belyaev, Mikhail Rozenberg

Cast: Tatyana Sukova, Volodya Chekalov, Pavel Sukhanov, Yevgeny Nemchenko, Pyotr Kirillov

Many years ago a young woman worked as a nanny in a German family. Later the boy she brought up moved with his family to Germany. Now he returns to Russia as a Nazi spy and is trying to hide in the house of his old nanny. The old woman and her grandchildren unmask the enemy.



4. STO ZA ODNOGO (A HUNDRED FOR ONE)

Drama

Director: Gerbert Rappaport, screenplay: Yevgeny Ryss, Vsevolod Voyevodin

Cast: Larisa Yemelyanova, L. Bordukov, Boris Poslavsky, Pavel Sukhanov

A Yugoslavian patriot kills the brutal fascist officer. Nazis order to execute 100 hostages, but people condemned to death manage to kill their guards.



5. SLUCHAI NA TELEGRAPHE (INCIDENT AT A TELEGRAPH OFFICE)

Farce

Directors: Lev Arnshtam, Grigory Kozintsev, screenplay: Lev Arnshtam

Cast: Yevgeny Chervyakov

A strange figure appears among the people waiting in line to send a telegram. It is Napoleon. The telegraph clerk calculates the cost of the telegram addressed to Hitler in Berlin. The message is brief:

“Have tried, don’t recommend to”.

341 VALERY CHKALOV (VALERY CHKALOV)

1941, 89 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Mikhail Kalatozov, screenplay: Georgy Baidukov, Dmitry Tarasov, Boris Chirskov, camera: Alexander Gintsburg, production designer: Alexander Black, misic: Venedikt Pushkov, sound: Arnold Shargorodsky, Yevgeny Nesterov

Cast: Vladimir Belokurov, Semyon Menzhinsky, Kseniya Tarasova, Vasily Vanin, Boris Zhukovsky

The film is about the fate of the famous Soviet aviator Chkalov, who in mid 30’es made with his crew the first nonstop flight from Moscow to the Far East, covering over 9000 kilometers and later made the first nonstop transatlantic flight from Moscow to the USA across the North Pole.




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