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New York Saw It

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Abstract
A film about the Soviet exhibition of achievements in technology, science and culture in New York. USA, New York. Streets, buildings. Skyscrapers. Cinema. Posters of Soviet films on the building of the cinema. Soviet exhibition in the exhibition hall "Colosseum". The queue at the exhibition building. Visitors visiting the exhibition. Among those present: D. Eisenhower, R. Nixon, F. R. Kozlov, Mayor of New York Wagner, pianist W. Cliburn, architect C. Lockman, Professor W. Dubois, US Secretary of Defense McElroy, Secretary of Agriculture Benson , Senator Magidson, poet K. Sunberg, representative of the US business community Rockefeller, photographer E. Steiken. Expositions, exhibits of the exhibition. Models of aircraft IL-18, TU-114, nuclear icebreaker "Lenin", optical instruments, models of industrial enterprises, paintings by artists P. Korin, I. Brodsky, sculptures by E. Vuchetich, S. T. Konenkov, works of decorative and applied art , cars, furniture, musical instruments, glass and porcelain products, light industry products, S. Obraztsov's theater dolls. Demonstration of clothing models. V. Cliburn performs the melody of the song "Moscow Nights" on the piano "Estonia".
Director
N. Solovyova
Color
B&W
Film ID
18260
Keywords
economic communications
, cultural connections
, scientific connections
, music
Meterage
1153,6
Number of Parts
4
Operators
B. Makaseev, V. Mikosha, L. Pankin
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1959
Sound
Has Sound

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