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And yet Spartak

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Abstract
The film is dedicated to the USSR football championship in 1962. Fragments of football matches between teams: "Dynamo" (Moscow) and "Dynamo" (Kiev), "Zenit" (Leningrad) and "Dynamo" (Moscow), "Spartak" (Moscow) and CSKA (Moscow), Zenit (Leningrad) and Spartak (Moscow), Dynamo (Moscow) and Shakhtar (Donetsk), Dynamo (Tbilisi) and CSKA, Dynamo (Kiev) and Spartak Moscow). Sports Palace in Moscow. Chairman of the All-Union Football Federation V. Granatkin presenting the main prize of the championship to the captain of the Spartak Moscow team Igor Netto. Presentation of gold medals to I. Netto, A. Maslenkin, G. Khusainov and other team members. The Spartak team is greeted by the masters of the arts. Among them: R. and E. Simonov, L. Kassil, L. Gurchenko, G. Pankov, P. Selivanov (sinhr.), A. Derzhavin and M. Shirvindt (sinhr.). V. Kandelaki (sinhr.).
Director
Ya. Babushkin
Color
B&W
Film ID
18205
Keywords
sports
, football
, theatre
, stage
, athletic facilities
, awards
, music
Meterage
530
Number of Parts
2
Operators
G. Aslanov, I. Bgantsev, K. Bogdan, I. Grachev, G. Zemtsov, F. Kaminsky, S. Kogan, L. Kokoshvili, A. Krylov, E. Mukhin, M. Oshurkov, M. Popova, D. Rymarev, A. Sarantsev, Yu. Serov, I. Sokolnikov, K. Ryashentsev, Z. Chernyavsky, B. Sher
Other Creators
script by Y. Vanyat, announcer V. Semenov, sound technicians E. Umansky, D. Ovsyanikov, graphic design V. Sedov
Release Date
1963
Sound
Has Sound

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