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Kinoalmanakh consists of 4 plots. First part. 1st plot. ABOUT MY GRANDFATHER. Posters of the performances of the clown trainer V.L. Durov - the founder of the famous circus dynasty. The great-grandson of V.L. Durov in the dressing room talks about the life of his great-grandfather (synchronously). The building of the Durov Animal Theater. A memorial plaque with the inscription: "Vladimir Leonidovich Durov lived and worked here from 1908 to 1934." Music Box. A picturesque portrait of V.L. Durov. The interior of V.L. Durov's room. Dramatization: a student of the Military Gymnasium Vladimir Durov enters the auditorium in his arms, where the members of the examination committee take an exam on the "Law of God"; the priest - the chairman of the examination committee expels V. Durov from the audience; portraits of Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna in the audience. The great-grandson of VL Durov reads the order: "Expel Vladimir Durov from the gymnasium for impudent behavior at the exam in the" Law of God "in the presence of the royal portraits of Vladimir Durov." Dramatization: performance of street circus performers. VL Durov with trained animals during performances and at rehearsals (photo). Great-grandson of V.L. Durov in the costume of his great-grandfather. The second part is missing. The third part. 2nd plot. SHOT IN THE FOREST. Game plot about the boy Sasha, who helps the forester to find hunters-poachers. Fourth part. Continuation of the game plot "Shot in the Forest". 3rd plot. AZ. BEECHS. LEAD. First graders perform on stage during the Primer Holiday. Dramatization: students of the parish school in the classroom learn letters; the priest pronounces the letters during the lesson: "Az, beeches, lead, verb, good, there is ..."; children repeat the letters in chorus (sinhr.). Drawings on pieces of birch bark found in Novgorod. View of the Onufrievsky monastery (16-19 centuries) in Lvov, where the first printer I. Fedorov published the first Slavic "ABC" in his printing house. I. Fedorov's printing press. Monument to the first printer I. Fedorov in Moscow. Fifth part. Primer books and alphabets published at different times. Drawings in the primer. Portrait of Peter 1. A type of alphabet in which the letters excluded from the alphabet during the reform of Peter 1 are crossed out. The inscription in the document: "The Russian Civil Alphabet has 35 letters, which are as follows: uppercase and lowercase." Fabulous illustrations in the alphabet. Soviet primers. 4th plot. ABOUT EVERYONE IN THE WORLD. The film is a fairy tale about how a puppy named Druzhok helps his sick kid friend. Sixth part. Continuation of the tale.
N. Voronov, Y. Danilov, E. Taravkova, V. Popova, K. Rovnin
Film ID
school education
, rural settlements
, the circus
, linguistics (linguistics)
, villages
, publishing
, animal world
, vegetable world
, cities
, sculpture
Number of Parts
P. Tartakov, N. Zotov, D. Masurenkov, I. Alexandrov
Other Creators
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Release Date
Has Sound

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