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Celebrating the 7th Anniversary of the October Revolution in Leningrad

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Abstract
Columns of Red Army soldiers, pioneers in the costumes of the Red Cross society, working people of the city are on the Palace Square. Carts with peasants are passing by. Demonstrators are carrying banners, banners and posters. Samples of the Pravda newspaper published during the 7 years of the October Revolution have been installed on the square. A car with a movie camera is going by. A banner is installed on the car: "Of all the arts, the most important thing for Russia is cinema." In the columns, the workers carry models of a savings bank, a turbine, a dwelling house, and a shell.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
1289
Keywords
cinematography
, demonstrations
, anniversary
, printing
, red army
Meterage
139
Number of Parts
1
Operators
N. Grigor
Release Date
1924
Sound