Preface to the catalogue


KATERINA IZMNAILOVA (CATHERINA IZMAILOVA)



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68 KATERINA IZMNAILOVA (CATHERINA IZMAILOVA)

1926, 86 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Cheslav Sabinsky, screenplay: Boris Leonidov, camera: Naum Aptekman, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Yelena Yegorova, Nikolai Simonov, Anatoly Nelidov, V. Nikulin, Fyodor Bogdanov, Zoya Valevskaya

Based on Nikolai Leskov’s novel “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District”.



69 KATKA – “BUMAZHNYI RANET” (KATKA – “THE PAPER RENNET”)

1926, 73 min., b/w

Drama

The film was dubbed at “Lenfilm” in 1973, b/w, 74 min. Director of dubbing: Fyodor Nikitin, sound: Grigory Elbert

Director: Eduard Ioganson, Friedrich Ermler, screenplay: Mikhail Borisoglebsky, Boris Leonidov, camera: Yevgeny Mikhailov, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney

Cast: Veronika Buzhinskaya, Bella Chernova, Valery Solovtsov, Yakov Gudkin, Fyodor Nikitin

Story of a young village girl who came in mid-20es to Leningrad to earn some money “to buy a cow”, found herself among criminals but managed to break with the city underworld and start a new life.



70 PESN TUNDRY (SONG OF TUNDRA)

1926, 74 min., b/w

Adventure

Director: Alexander Ivanovsky, screenplay: Vladimir Shmidthof, camera: Alexander Ryllo, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Alexander Shabelsky, Pavel Kurzner, N. Sharap, T. Ott, V. Plotnikov

The film tells about the struggle of Laplanders against tyranny of tsarist police and rapacious fir dealers. It also tells about an exiled Russian revolutionary who helped people belonging to this minor nationality.



71 POD VLASTYU ADATA (UNDER THE RULE OF ADAT)

1926, 74 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Vladimir Kasyanov, screenplay: Izmail Abai, camera: Nikolai Kozlovsky, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: A. Gamkrelidze, S. Palavandishvili, B. Svani, AS. Kalantadze

The film tells about the struggle of mountain tribes of the Caucasus against tsarist troops.



72 SEVERNOYE SIYANIYE (AURORA BOREALIS)

1926, 72 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Nikolai Foregger, screenplay: Boris Chaikovsky, Grigory Gricher-Cherikover, camera: Albert Kyun, Leonid Drankov, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney

Cast: Yevgeny Boronikhin, K. Zolotarev, Olga Spirova, I. Pyarn, V. Makarov

Life of political exiles and Russian gold-diggers in the north of Kamchatka peninsular in 1915 — 1922.



73 SOPERNIKI (RIVALS)

1926, 62 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Sergei Shishko, screenplay: Ivan Leonov, camera: Ivan Frolov, production designer: Boris Almendingen

Cast: Nikolai Lebedev, V. Baranova, Alexandra Chizhevskaya, Ivan Khudoleyev, Konstantin Khokhlov

Soviet worker-inventor is struggling with representatives of a foreign company for introduction of a new brake system on transport.



74 TARKO (TARKO)

1926, 67 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Vladimir Feinberg, camera: V. Vorotilov, Nikolai Kozlovsky, production designer: A. Goncharovsky

Cast: Sergei Langovoy, Ursula Krug, N. Gnedich, Fyodor Slavsky, Irina Kunina

The film tells about tough exploitation of the peoples of the North by the owners of companies.



75 TRISTA TRIDTSAT TRI NESCHASTYA (THREE HUNDRED THIRTY- THREE MISFORTUNES)

1926, 12 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Vladimir Feinberg, screenplay: Irina Kunina, camera: Alexander Ryllo

Cast: Alexander Aleksandrov-Serzh

The film advertised products of Lentabaktrest.



76 CHYORTOVO KOLESO (DEVIL’S WHEEL)

1926, 76 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Grigory Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, screenplay: Adrian Piotrovsky, camera: Andrei Moskvin, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney

Cast: Pyotr Sobolevsky, Lyudmila Semyonova, Sergei Gerasimov, Emil Gal, Antonio Tserep, Sergei Martinson, Yanina Zheimo, Andrei Kostrichkin

The film tells about the life of a Red Navy man who accidentally became a member of a gang of thieves but managed to revive to honest living.



77 CHUZHIYE (ALIENS)

1926, 68 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Boris Svetlov, screenplay: Valentin Trakhtenberg, camera: Leopold Verigo-Dorovsky, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: Leonid Utesov, Nina Zheleznova, Mikhail Rostovtsev, O. Arakcheyevskaya, D. Cherkasov, A. Ivanova

Based on Valentin Trakhtenberg’s story “Siskin”.

The court is hearing the case of a former Red Army guard who gave himself up to investigating authorities.

78 SHINEL (THE GREATCOAT)

1926, 65 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Grigory Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, screenplay: Adrian Piotrovsky, camera: Andrei Moskvin, Yevgeny Mikhailov, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney

Cast: Andrei Kostrichkin, A. Yeremeyeva, Sergei Gerasimov, Alexei Kapler, Yanina Zheimo, Emil Gal

Loosely based on Nikolai Gogol’s short stories “The Greatcoat” and “Nevsky Prospekt”.



79 VINTIK-SHPINTIK (LITTLE SCREW)

1927, 12 min., b/w

Cartoon

The film was dudbbed in Germany in 1931 (music: E. Meisel)

Director: Vladislav Tvardovsky, screenplay: Nikolai Agnivtsev, camera: Yevgeny Bogorov, cartoons: V. Kuklin, S. Zhukov, Igor Sorokhtin, Alexander Presnyakov

Dynamo, fly-wheel and gears consider themselves to “heroes” of the production process. Quiet and modest Little Screw also participates in the “big work” but no one takes him seriously. Offended, he leaves the plant. Only then everybody realizes the importance of a screw for the operation of the plant. Little Screw accepts apologies and returns to the plant.



80 VODOVOROT (VORTEX)

1927, 73 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Pavel Petrov-Bytov, screenplay: Olga Vishnevskaya, Pavel Petrov-Bytov, camera: Leopold Verigo-Dorovsky, production designer: Boris Almendingen

Cast: F. Mikhailov, Tatyana Guretskaya, N. Sharap, Sergei Langovoy, Shura Savelyev

The film tells about the struggle of peasants with the miller-kulak (peasant proprietor) in the first years after the end of the Civil war.



81 “GLAVDYNYA” NA OTDYKHE (“GLAVDYNYA” ON VACATION)

1927, 15 min., b/w

Comedy

Director Vladimir Shmidthof, screenplay: Alexander Bogdanov, Vladimir Shmidthof, camera: V. Bluvshtein, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Alexander Bogdanov, E. Mashkevich, V. Yablonsky, Ya. Golts

The film mocks the vicious practice of staffing an organization with too many employees.



82 DVA RIKSHI (TWO RICKSHAWS)

1927, 6 min., b/w

Cartoon

Director: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri), screenplay: Nikolai Agnivtsev, camera: N. Yefremov, production designer: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri)

Mid 20-es. A Chinese fieldmarshal as a rickshaw is carrying British General John Bull and his bulldog along Chinese roads. They come across a Chinese worker who grabs both the general

and the fieldmarshal and throws them away to the garbage pile.

83 DEVUSHKA S DALYOKOY REKI (GIRL FROM THE BANKS OF A REMOTE RIVER)

1927, 76 min., b/w

Poetic film

Director: Yevgeny Chervyakov, screenplay: Grigory Aleksandrov, camera: Svyatoslav Belyaev, production designers: Yevgeny Yeney, Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Rosa Sverdlova, Vladimir Romashkov, Pyotr Kirillov

The years of NEP (New Economic Policy) A girl working at a telegraph in a remote place was longing to go to Moscow. Reading bare dots and dashes she was learning about exciting events happening in the country and was getting more and more dissatisfied with her life. Finally she realized her dream, came to Moscow and was happy to share enthusiasm of the young people rebuilding the city. When the girl returned home she saw that a large-scale construction was started in her native region, on the bank of a remote river.

And again she is transmitting dots and dashes but now she feels that her work is part of the great work going in her country.

84 DERZHI CHUBAROVTSA (STOP CHUBAROVETS)

1927, 7 min., b/w

Cartoon

Director: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri), screenplay: Alexander Flit, camera: G. Knok, production designer: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri)

The film was released in connection with the criminal trial over a gang of hooligans which held in these years.



85 DOM V SUGROBAKH (HOUSE IN SNOW-DRIFTS)

1927, 63 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Friedrich Ermler, screenplay: Boris Leonidov, camera: Yevgeny Mikhailov, Gleb Bushtuyev, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney

Cast: Fyodor Nikitin, Tatyana Okova, Valery Solovtsov, Yakov Gudkin, Galina Shaposhnikova

Loosely based on Yevgeny Zamyatin’s short story “The Cave”

The film tells about a musician who went through some serious hesitations before he realized that revolutionary Russia needed his art.

86 ZOLOTOYE RUNO (THE GOLDEN FLEECE)

1927, 65 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Boris Svetozarov, screenplay: Ilya Kravchunovsky, camera: N. Yudin, production designer: Vasily Rakhals

Cast: Ye. Liliyeva, N. Nenasheva, A. Antonov, Ye. Tokmakov, Yelena Yegorova

Loosely based on Pavel Zhurba’s story “A Trollop”.

Set in the years when the first collective farms were organized, the film tells about the attempts of working peasants to unmask false cooperatives and about their struggle for the organization of a cattle breeding farm.

87 MOGILA PANBURLEYA (THE GRAVE OF PANBURLEY)

1927, 76 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Cheslav Sabinsky, screenplay: Nikolai Nikitin, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, Felix Shtertser, production designers: Boris Almendingen, Mikhail Litvak

Cast: Yebgeny Boronikhin, S. Pronskaya, Alexander Morozov, Yelena Deineko, Fyodor Bodganov

Based on Nikolai Nikitin’s short story of the same title.

The film tells about the disintegration of a landowner’s family.

88 NA DALNEM BEREGY (ON A DISTANT SHORE)

1927, 59 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Eduard Ioganson, screenplay: Alexander Khrypov, camera: Pyotr Chupyatov, production designer: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke

Cast: Yelena Yegorova, Anatoly Nelidov, Tamara Godlevskaya, Sergei Langovoy, Vasily Chudakov

Fishermen living in a village in the Far North struggle against a kulak (peasant proprietor).



89 NA RELSAKH (ON RAIL-TRACK)

1927, 72 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Ivan Khudoleyev, screenplay: Mikhail Borisoglebsky, camera: Grigory Lemberg, production designer: Pavel Betaki

Cast: N. Sharap, Sergei Glagolin, Veronika Buzhinskaya, Alexei Goryushin

An honest Soviet man is fighting against go-getters, bribe-takers and profiteers.



90 OKTYABR (OCTOBER)

1927, 101 min., b/w

Historical-Revolutionary

Written and directed by: Sergei Eisenstein, Grigory Aleksandrov, camera: Eduard Tisse, production designer: Vasily Kovrigin

Cast: Vasily Nikandrov, N. Popov, Boris Livanov, Eduard Tisse

The film was restored and dubbed at “Mosfilm” in 1967, 104 min., misic: Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Valentina Ladygina, Viktor Babushkin

Epic drama dealing with the bolshevik revolution of October 1917.

The film was commissioned by the Soviet governmental October Anniversary Committee to mark the 10th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.

91 ORDER NA ZHIZN (WARRANT FOR LIFE)

1927, 70 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Semyon Timoshenko, screenplay: Boris Lipatov, camera: Svyatoslav Belyaev, production designer: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke

Cast: Pyotr Kuznetsov, Yelena Yegorova, Pyotr Kirillov, Tatyana Guretskaya, N. Rybolovlev, Vasily Chudakov

A class enemy turns to his own advantage low moral standards and unstable political

views of some Soviet workers.

92 OTVAZHNIYE MOREPLAVATELI (BRAVE NAVIGATORS)

1927, 25 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Vladimir Shmidthof, screenplay: Ilya Trauberg, camera: V. Bluvstein, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Alexander Bogdanov, M. Milman, V. Yablonsky, E. Mashkevich

The film popularized physical culture and sports. The leading Soviet swimmers of mid-20-es were shown in the film.



93 PARIZHSKIY SAPOZHNIK (PARIS SHOEMAKER)

1927, 75 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Friedrich Ermler, screenplay: Nikolai Nikitin, Boris Leonidov, camera: Yevgeny Mikhailov, Gleb Bushtuyev, production designers: Yevgeny Mikhailov, Gleb Bushtuyev

Cast: Bella Chernova, Yakov Gudkin, Varvara Myasnikova

It is impossible to hide from inquisitive looks and gossips in a small provincial town. How­ever, paper-mill worker, Young Communist Leaguer Katya and Andrei are not hiding their love. All of a sudden Katya’s radiant hopes break to pieces: Andrei is indignant to hear the news that Katya is expecting a baby. He does not want “to change diapers”, this “trivial life” will interfere with his plans to “build bright future”.



94 POET I TSAR (THE POET AND THE TSAR)

1927, 72 min., b/w

Biopic

Director: Vladimir Gardin, screenplay: Vladimir Gardin, Yevgeny Chervyakov, camera: Svyatoslav Belyaev, Naum Aptekman, production designer: Anatoly Arapov

Cast: Yevgeny Chervyakpov, Irina Volodko, K. Karenin, Boris Tamarin, Alexei Feona, Ivan Lersky, Alexander Larikov, Zoya Valevskaya

The film tells about the last yars of Alexander Pushkin.

The film was restored and music was incerted at Gorky Studio in 1968., 75 min.

Director of restoration: L. Gitsburg, music editor: Yu. Matskevich, sound: K. Amirov



95 PRUZHINKA (THE SPRING)

1927, 23 min., b/w

Comic story

Written and directed by: Vladimir Shmidthof, camera: V. Bluvstein, Vladimir Danashevsky, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Alexander Bogdanov, Maria Taut

The film condemns bureaucratic “red tape” on factories.



96 PURGA (SNOW-STORM)

1927, 80 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Cheslav Sabinsky, screenplay: Dmitry Shcheglov, camera: Naum Aptekman, production designer: Boris Almendigen

Cast: Gennady Michurin, Fyodor Bogdanov, Maria Putyata, Zoya Valevskaya, Yevgeny Boronikhin, Pyotr Podvalny

Based on Dmitry Shcheglov’s play of the same title.

Wholehearted and pure character of a Bolshevik is set off against moral meanness of a representative of petty bourgeoisie.

97 SEVERNAYA LUBOV (NORTHERN LOVE)

1927, 72 min., b/w

Director: Alexander Ivanovsky, screenplay: Yevgeny Zamyatin, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, Pavel Pallei, production designer: Isaak Makhlis

Cast: Vasily Chudakov, Borya Lytkin, Anatoly Nelidov, Alexei Goryushin, Yekaterina Korchagina-Alexandrovskaya, Zinaida Zanoni, Ursula Krug, Natalya Razumova

Loosely based on Yevgeny Zamyatin’s novel “North”

The film tells about the life of fishermen in the north of Russia.

98 ES. VE. DE. (UNION OF THE GREAT CAUSE)

1927, 76 min., b/w

Historical drama

Director: Grigory Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, screenplay: Yuri Tynyanov, Yulian Oksman, camera: Andrei Moskvin, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney

Cast: Sergei Gerasimov, Andrei Kostrichkin, Pyotr Sobolevsky, Konstantin Khokhlov, Sofya Magarill, Yanina Zheimo, Lyudmila Semenova

The film tells about the Decembrists’ revolt in the south of Russia.



99 STORONA LESNAYA (FOREST LAND)

1927, 70 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Georgy Krol, screenplay: F. Malov, Georgy Krol, camera: Pyotr Chupyatov, Yuliy Stilianudis, production designer: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke, I. Brif

Cast: Georgy Kolosov, V. Vadimov, Pavel Kurzner, Nadezhda Lezhen, A. Chekayevsky, Nikolai Lebedev

The film tells about struggle of Young Communist Leaguers — members of timber-cutting cooperative — with a proprietor.



100 SCHASTLIVIYE CHEREPKI (HAPPY CROCKS)

1927, 65 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Eduard Ioganson, screenplay: Konstantin Derzhavin, camera: Pyotr Chupyatov, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova

Cast: Kseniya Denisova, N. Yablokov, Boris Novikov, V. Belousov, Pavel Kurzner

Linking of town and village in period of reconstruction.



101 TURBINA NOMER TRI (TURBINE NO. 3)

1927, 50 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Semyon Timoshenko, screenplay: Adrian Piotrovsky, Nikolai Erdman, camera: Svyatoslav Belyaev, Andrei Moskvin, production designer: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke

Cast: Pyotr Kuznetsov, Mark Gall, Nikolai Lebedev, Tatyana Guretskaya

Loosely based on “Cement”, a novel by Fyodor Gladkov

The film tells about the construction of a hydro-electric power station.

The film includes scenes shot on location on the Volkhov Hydro-Electric Power station.



102 CHUZHOY PIDZHAK (SOMEBODY ELSE’S JACKET)

1927, 63 min., b/w

Satirical comedy

Director: Boris Shpis, screenplay: Veniamin Kaverin, camera: Andrei Moskvin, I. Tikhomirov, production designer: Yevgeny Yeney

Cast: Andrei Kostrichkin, Sergei Gerasimov, Pyotr Sobolevsky, Arnold Arnold, Yanina Zheimo, Tamara Makarova

Loosely based on “Inspector”, a short story by Veniamin Kaverin

The film satirizes negative elements in the work of economic executives in the first years of New Economic Policy.

103 ASYA (ASYA)

1928, 77 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Alexander Ivanovsky, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, camera: Alexander Ryllo, Pavel Pallei, Mikhail Kaplan, production designers: Boris Almendingen, Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Olga Rozevskaya, Konstantin Khokhlov, Nadezhda Skarskaya, Yekaterina Korchagina-Aleksandrovskaya, Kondrat Yakovlev, Anatoly Nelidov, Irina Volodko

The story includes some episodes from the biography of a Russian writer Ivan Turgenev.



104 BUZILKA (BUZILKA)

1928, 21 min., b/w

Feature/Cartoon

Director: Alexander Presnyakov, Igor Sorokhtin, screenplay: M. Timens, camera: Leonid Patlis, Nikolai Yefremov, cartoonist and production designer: Vladislav Tvardovsky

Cast: N. Litvinov, Kirill Gun

Khudyshkin, the Assistant Deputy Chief of Tsentropokryshki and Tolstushkin, his drinking companion, were spreading rumors about imminent war and earthquake. Once Khudyshkin had a dream that he was taken prisoner by Chamberlain. Cartoon personage Buzilka denounces the two panic-mongers and ridicules dead scared Tolstushkin and Khudyshkin.



105 VESYOLIYE STROITELI (MERRY BUILDERS)

1928, 61 min., b/w

Comedy

Written and directed by: Mikhail Bystritsky, D. Yeremich, camera: Ya. Barru

Cast: A. Zimin, N. Bashkirov, V. Savitsky, N. Lash, P. Khodakov

The film tells about the construction of summer workmen’s settlement.



106 GAFIR I MARIAM (GAFIR AND MARIAM)

1928, 56 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Eduard Ioganson, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, camera: Pyotr Chupyatov, production designers: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke, Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Nikolai Michurin, N. Urvantsev, Tamara Adelgeim, P. Vasilyev, Vladimir Vikulin

Loosely based on Vsevolod Ivanov’s short story “Shaitan Arba” dealing with the clash of

new and old in period of the New Economic Policy.

107 DVA BRONEVIKA (TWO ARMORED CARS)

1928, 72 min., b/w

Historical-Revolutionary

Director: Semyon Timoshenko, screenplay: Viktor Shklovsky, Semyon Timoshenko, camera: Leonid Patlis, Alexander Gintsburg, production designer: Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Vasili Chudakov, Tatyana Guretskaya, Pyotr Kuznetsov, Pyotr Podvalny, Pyotr Kirillov, Emil Gal

In the days of 1917 revolution Russian army soldiers are taking the side of proletariat.



108 DZHOI I DRUZHOK (DZHOI AND DRUZHOK)

1928, 59 min., b/w

Adventure

Written and directed by: Vladimir Petrov, Mary Khukhunashvili, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, Svyatoslav Belyaev, production designers: Yevgeniya Slovtsova, Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Shura Zavyalova, Fatima Gilyazova, Borya Lytkin, Fyodor Bodganov, Pyotr Kuznetsov

The film tells about the education of children.



109 DOM VVERKH DNOM (HOUSE UPSIDE DOWN)

1928, 9 min., b/w

Cartoon

Written and directed by: Dmitry Tolmachev, camera: Nikolai Yefremov, cartoons: Viktor Griogoryev (Gri)

Avoskin, a stupid bungler working for a housing cooperative starts building a house without a drawing. He chooses the place for the construction site on a bog. When the construction is about to be finished the house falls apart.



110 ZHELEZNAYA LOSHAD (AN IRON HORSE)

1928, 22 min., b/w

Propaganda film

Director: Oscar Gallai, screenplay: Zinovy Drapkin, Robert Maiman, camera: Mikhail Galper

Cast: Pyotr Kuznetsov, P. Yermakov, Gerorgy Uvarov

The film tells about the mechanization of peasants’ labor in a village.



111 ZAPASETS (A STOCK)

1928, 20 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Vladimir Shmidthof, screenplay: Viktor Ardov, Alexander Bogdanov, Vladimir Shmidthof, camera: Yuli Stilianudis, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Alexander Bogdanov, E. Mashkevich

The film satirizes panic-mongers spreading rumors about war.



112 ZNOINY PRINTS (HOT PRINCE)

1928, 68 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Vladimir Shmidthof, screenplay: Boris Lipatov, camera: Yuli Stilianudis, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Alexander Bogdanov, N. Nikolayev, A. Yeremeyeva, V. Yablonsky, Varvara Myasnikova

The film tells about the life of young people working at a plant.



113 ZOLOTOI MYOD (GOLDEN HONEY)

1928, 62 min., b/w

Drama

Directors: Nikolai Bersenev, Vladimir Petrov, screenplay: Nikolai Bersenev, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, production designers: I. Brif, Yevgeniya Slovtseva

Cast: Fyodor Bogdanov, Pyotr Kuznetsov, A. Baskakov, Fatima Gilyazova, Borya Lytkin, Shura Zavyalov

Film for children about reforming waifs and strays in children’s labour commune



114 INZHENER YELAGIN (ENGINEER YELAGIN)

1928, 67 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Vladimir Feinberg, screenplay: Vladimir Braun, A. Morozov, camera: Naum Aptekman, production designer: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke

Cast: Nikolai Monakhov, Varvara Myasnikova, Fyodor Nikitin, A. Temnov

The film tells about the sufferings of a Soviet engineer whose son was recruited by a foreign intelligence service.



115 KASTUS KALINOVSKY (KASTUS KALINOVSKY)

1928, 72 min., b/w

Historical drama

Written and directed by: Vladimir Gardin, camera: Naum Aptekman, A. Akmolinsky, production designer: Anatoly Arapov

Cast: Nikolai Simonov, V. Plotnikov, Alexei Feona, Grigory Ge, Sofia Magarill, Boris Livanov, Tatyana Bulakh, Konstantin Khokhlov, Kondrat Yakovlev

The film tells about peasants’ uprising of 1863 headed by popular hero Kastus Kalinovsky



116 KOMNATA S MEBELYU (FURNISHED ROOM)

1928, 20 min., b/w

Feature/animation

Directors: Alexander Presnyakov, Igor Sorokhtin, screenplay: M. Timens, camera: Leonid Patlis, Nikolai Yefremov, cartoons: Vladislav Tvardovsky, V. Kuklin, S. Zhukov

Cast: A. Sadovskaya, Kirill Gun, N. Litvinov, Sergei Troitsky

A doll named Buzilka finds out that a landlady is going to sell a room in her flat to a nepman (nouveau rich of the 20es). Indignant Buzilka decides to help a young musician get this room and substitutes the documents. The landlady fails to notice the substitution and the musician becomes the owner of the room.



117 KOSAYA LINIYA

1928, 68 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Alexander Ivanov, Oscar Gallai, screenplay: B. Feldman, Konstantin Derzhavin, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, Mikhail Galper, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova, Ye. Rubinstein

Cast: Lev Butarinsky, A. Pasynkova, Kseniya Klyaro, Gennady Michurin, Mikhail Rostovtsev, Alexei Goryushkin

The film tells about struggle with workers’ hard drinking and shirking.



118 KUZNYA UT (THE UT FORGE)

1928, 55 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Yevgeny Petrov, screenplay: Yakov Zadykhin, camera: Pavel Pallei, Mikhail Kaplan, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova

Cast: Tatyana Guretskaya, Fyodor Slavsky, Yakov Zadykhin, N. Yablokov, F. Mikhailov, Sergei Langovoy

Organizers of a cooperative company in a village are struggling against the bureaucrats and bunglers.



119 LUNA SLEVA (MOON ON THE LEFT SIDE)

1928, 63 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Alexander Ivanov, screenplay: Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Heifits, Vladimir Granatman, Mikhail Shapiro, camera: Vasily Simbirtsev, production designer: Mikhail Litvak

Cast: Vasily Chudakov, Nikolai Cherkasov, Boris Chirkov, Zoya Valevskaya, Mikhail Lomakin, Yelena Yegorova

Loosely based on Vladimir Bill-Byelotserkovsky’s play of the same title.



120 MAX I MORITZ (MAX AND MORITZ)

1928, 21 min., b/w

Animation

Written and directed by: Yevgeny Demmeni, camera: Anatoly Pogorely, production designer: I. Pavlovich, in the production participated “Teatr Petrushki” group of the Leningrad Young Spectators’ Theatre

Puppets operated by: N. Goryainov, B. Davydov, B. Lebedev

Puppets: Max, Moritz, Widow, Tailor, Beck, Teacher Lempel, Peasant, Miller, Dog

Loosely based on a tale by Wilhelm Busch.

Max and Moritz were mischievous boys. They were tearing their books and notebooks to pieces and mocking adults. Once they got into a barn, ripped up a sack and spilled grain all over the floor. A peasant who saw this put Max and Moritz into a sack and decided to carry

them to the mill. Scared children begged him to let them out. The peasant set the boys free and they improved their behavior.



121 MOI SYN (MY SON)

1928, 69 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Yevgeny Chervyakov, screenplay: Yuri Gromov, Nikolai Dirin, A. Turin, Yevgeny Chervyakov, camera: Svyatoslav Belyaev, production designer: Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Gennady Michurin, Anna Sten, Pavel Beryozov, Lyudmila Semyonova, Nikolai Cherkasov, Boris Chirkov

A lyrical study on how a Soviet man is getting rid of old concepts of love and jealousy.



122 MYATEZH (REVOLT)

1928, 76 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Semyon Timoshenko, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, Semyon Timoshenko, camera: Leonid Patlis, production designers: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke, Semyon Meinkin

Cast: Pyotr Podvalny, A. Alexeyev, Tatyana Guretskaya, I. Razveyev, Valery Solovtsov, Boris Babochkin, Pyotr Kirillov

Loosely based on Dmitry Furmanov’s novel of the same title.

The story is based on real events: a revolt in the city of Verny (later renamed Frunze, now — Bishkek) in 1920.

123 NE TAK STRASHEN CHYORT (THE DEVIL IS NOT AS BLACK)

1928, 18 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Alexander Bogdanov, screenplay: Zinovy Drapkin, Robert Maiman, camera: Feliks Shtertser, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: A; Goldman, N. Fausek, V. Soboleva

Peasants are getting rid of superstitious beliefs.



124 NORD-OST (NORTH-EAST)

1928, 69 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Cheslav Sabinsky, screenplay: Dmitry Shcheglov, camera: Friedrih Verigo-Dorovsky, production designer: Isaak Makhlis

Cast: Zoya Valevskaya, Sergei Troitsky, Ivan Khudoleyev, Gennady Michurin, Lyudmila Semyonova

Loosely based on Dmitry Shcheglov’s play of the same title.



125 NOTA NA KOLYOSAKH (A NOTE ON WHEELS)

1928, 20 min., b/w

Comedy

Directors: Yevgeny Maikhailov, Fyodor Nikitin, screenplay: Sergei Bartenev, camera: Yevgeny Mikhailov

Cast: V. Yablonsky, N. Vasilyeva-Opel, Gerda Slatanakh

The film tells about the formation of the new relations style in family life.



126 OBIZHENNIYE BUKVY (OFFENDED LETTERS)

1928, 17 min., b/w

Feature/Cartoon

Directors: Alexander Presnyakov, Igor Sorokhtin, screenplay: Nikolai Agnivtsev, camera: Leonid Drankov, Nikolai Yefremov, cartoons: Vladislav Tvardovsky

Offended by school children’s negligent attitude to books and studies, letters rose in revolt. The alphabet sent its delegates to Ministry of Education to lodge a complaint against children. Anatoly Lunacharsky, the Minister of Education, received the delegates and promised the letters to bring children to reason.



127 PESN O METALE (SONG OF METAL)

1928, 7 min., b/w

Film study

Directors-editors: Mikhail Shapiro, Iosif Heifits, Alexander Zarkhi, Vladimir Granatman, camera: Alexander Ginzburg

Shot without a screenplay the film is an edited combination of newsreels. Lines from Alexander Zharov’s poem of the same title were used as captions.



128 PIONER VANYA (PIONEER VANYA)

1928, 12 min., b/w

Cartoon

Written and directed by: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri), camera: Nikolai Yefremov, production designer: Viktor Grigoryev (Gri)

Pioneer Vanya, an enthusiast of aircraft modelling, longed to go round the world. His wish comes true in his dream. He wins a single combat with a shark and an octopus. He finds himself in the jungle, meets a lion and helps monkeys who rose in rebellion against the hippopotamus.



129 PRAVO NA ZHIZN (A RIGHT TO LIVE)

1928, 69 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Pavel Petrov-Bytov, screenplay: S. Daurov, Pavel Petrov-Bytov, camera: Leopold Verigo-Dorovsky, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova

Cast: Tatyana Guretskaya, Fyodor Mikhailov, Roza Sverdlova, N. Sharap

The film tells about struggle against favouritism at factories in the years of the NEP (New Economic Policy).



130 PRYZHOK (A JUMP)

1928, 54 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Eduard Ioganson, screenplay: K. Gavrilyuk, Andrei Mikhailovsky, camera: Feliks Shtertser, production designer: Nikolai Suvorov

Cast: Yakov Gudkin, Yelena Leonova, G. Meyerovich, A. Shats

The film promoting mass physical culture and sports among young people.



131 RODNOY BRAT (BROTHER)

1928, 61 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Nikolai Krol, screenplay: Nikolai Molodtsov, camera: V. Bluvstein, Yevgeny Mikhailov, production designer: Yevgeniya Slovtsova

Cast: Nikolai Simonov, V. Soshalskaya, Pyotr Kuznetsov, Boris Chirkov

Loosely based on “Kinsfolk”, a novel by Mikhail Chumandrin.

New morale comes into collision with the old private-ownership mentality.

132 SINIYE VOROTNIKI (BLUE COLLARS)

1928, 56 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Boris Shpis, screenplay: Mikhail Bleiman, camera: Vladimir Danashevsky, production designer: Boris Shpis

Cast: Semyon Antonov, Valery Solovtsov, N. Krasolenko

On the importance of physical culture and sports for Soviet youth.



133 SNEZHNIYE REBYATA (SNOW BOYS)

1928, 45 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Boris Shpis, screenplay: Ilya Trauberg, camera: I. Tikhomirov, production designer: Boris Spis

Cast: Semyon Antonov, Valery Solovtsov, N. Krasolenko, Yevgeny Kumeiko

The film was made to promote mass physical culture movement in the Soviet Union.



134 SYN RYBAKA (THE FISHERMAN’S SON)

1928, 75 min., b/w

Biopic

Director: Alexander Ivankovsky, screenplay: Nikolai Katkov, camera: Yuli Stilianudis, production designer: Moisei Levin

Cast: Nikolai Simonov, Olga Rozevskaya, Kondrat Yakovlev, Irina Volodko, Ivan Khudoleyev, Pyotr Podvalny, Yelena Deineko

The film focuses on life of the great Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov



135 TANYA (TANYA)

1928, 12 min., b/w

Revolutionary propaganda

Written and directed by: Sergei Glagolin, camera: Emmanual Ratner, production designer: Boris Almendingen

Cast: K. Lazarev, D. Volge, V. Pevtsova, D. Ignatyev

Based on “Tanya, a Revolutionary”, a short story by Yelena Vereiskaya

The film tells about the participation of children in underground activities of Bolsheviks in the years of the Civil War.

136 TRETYA ZHENA MULLY (THE THIRD WIFE OF A MULLAKH)

1928, 72 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Vyachslav Viskovsky, screenplay: Alexander Balagin, Vyachslav Viskovsky, camera: Feliks Shtertser, libretto: Lusil Skvair

Cast: V. Baranova, A. Shats, Boris Novikov, Sergei Shishko, Ivan Khudoleyev

The film tells about struggle for women emancipation in the East in the first years of the Soviet power.



137 TRETYA MOLODOST (THE THIRD YOUTH)

1928, 71 min., b/w

Comedy

Director: Vladimir Shmidthof, screenplay: Andrei Aravsky, Ivan Pyryev, camera: Alexander Gintsburg, production designer: Nikolai Akimov

Cast: Andrei Lavrentyev, Kseniya Denisova, Yuri Lavrov, Yu. Gurin, Nikolai Lebedev

The film tells about the introduction of new machinery in agricultural cooperatives.



138 KHABU (KHABU)

1928, 68 min., b/w

Drama

Director: Vyachslav Viskovsky, screenplay: Yuri Tarich, Vyacheslav Viskovsky, camera: Feliks Shtertser, production designer: Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke

Cast: Alexander Mgebrov, Pavel Kursner, A. Nikolayeva, Nikolai Simonov, Yevgeny Kumeiko, Emil Gal

Based on Vsevolod Ivanov’s novel of the same title.




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