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London 1851 - Montreal 1967

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Abstract
Drawings, newsreels depicting Russians, Soviet pavilions, expositions at World Exhibitions in cities: London (1851, 1862), Paris (1855, 1867, 1878, 1900, 1937), Amsterdam (1885), Chicago (1933), New York (1939), Brussels (1958). The sculpture "Worker and Collective Farm Woman" by V. I. Mukhina in the Soviet pavilion at an exhibition in Paris (1937). Flight of the Soviet motor ship "Alexander Pushkin" to Canada, to the city of Montreal, where in 1967 the 33rd World Exhibition EXPO-67 will be opened. Entrance of the ship to the port of Montreal. The territory of the future World Exhibition in the city of Montreal. The chief artist and chief architect of the Soviet pavilion RR Kliks and VG Makarevich are working in the studio with the layout and sketches of the Soviet exhibition. Types of premises on three floors, a cinema in the Soviet pavilion.
Director
A. Kosachev
Color
Color
Film ID
20270
Keywords
international connections
, sea transport
, cultural connections
Meterage
279
Number of Parts
1
Operators
L. Kachuryan
Other Creators
Screenplay A. Kosachev, Y. Gurvich
Release Date
1966
Sound
Has Sound

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