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Abstract
The film reflects episodes from the biography of the poet V.V. Mayakovsky and tells about the main creative stages in his life. The film uses documentary footage of V. V. Mayakovsky himself, footage from the film "The Young Lady and the Hooligan", as well as documentary archival materials from the filming of V. Mayakovsky's mother, K. I. Chukovsky, V. Yakhontov, L. Kassil (all synchronously). Types of mountain landscapes of Georgia, the village of Baghdad, the house where V.V. Mayakovsky was born and lived in childhood and youth. Views of Moscow 20s, 30s. Posters, drawings by V.V. Mayakovsky. V. Mayakovsky Museum in Gendrikovsky Lane, where the poet lived.
Director
J. Dichter
Color
B&W
Film ID
24477
Keywords
cinematography
, literature
, museums
, landscapes
, cities
, graphics
Meterage
838
Number of Parts
3
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1972
Sound
Has Sound

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