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First Spring

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Abstract
A film about the development of virgin and fallow lands in Siberia, Kazakhstan, the Volga region. Meeting of Komsomol members, at which they are awarded Komsomol vouchers to the virgin lands. February 22, 1954. Komsomol members in the St. George Hall of the Kremlin. Nikita Khrushchev is speaking (synchronously). Seeing off to the virgin lands of the first Komsomol echelon at the Kazansky railway station in Moscow. Seeing off Komsomol members in Leningrad, Baku, Odessa and other cities. Meeting, rallies of Komsomol members in the city of Barnaul, Akmolinsk, Kustanai. The girl takes off her shoes, puts on felt boots. Komsomol members in the families of collective farmers. Wooden houses, trailers, tents in the steppe on the site of future grain farms. Tractors are moving across the steppe; plowing up virgin lands. Komsomol members sign a competition agreement. A bonfire is burning, the new settlers are preparing dinner, resting, writing letters home. A new village in the steppe.
Director
I. Poselsky, A. Medvedkin
Color
B&W
Film ID
15553
Keywords
nature
, everyday life
, youth organizations
, agriculture
, railway transport
Meterage
1302,7
Number of Parts
5
Operators
I. Grachev, L. Zaitsev, A. Zenyakin, D. Kaspiy, S. Kogan, A. Krylov, V. Mikosha, A. Sologubov, K. Shironin
Other Creators
Text A. Maryamov, speaker V. Aksenov, sound engineer K. Nikitin, editor Y. Smirnitsky, consultant E. Oslikovskaya
Release Date
1954
Sound
Has Sound

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