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Pioneer Number 11

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Abstract
The plot is dedicated to the pilot-cosmonaut K. Feoktistov. G. Voronezh. River. Forest. Bonfire in the forest. A man and a boy with a girl by the fire. A former military intelligence officer talks (behind the scenes) about the feat of 15-year-old K. Feoktistov during the Second World War. Streets, buildings the city of Voronezh. Moscow city. The passage of the car with astronauts K. Feoktistov, V. Komarov, B. Egorov through the streets of the city. Astronauts on the podium of the Mausoleum. Meeting. The city of Odessa. Inventor of the Kometa car, participant of the Odessa-Moscow motor rally, schoolboy K. Lazovsky with friends, with his father, at a racing car of his own design. Car tests at the city stadium. The plot is dedicated to M. Yu. Lermontov. House-museum, the grave of M. Lermontov in Tarkhany. Expositions and individual exhibits of the museum. Books, manuscripts, drawings, portraits of M. Lermontov. Tashkent city. Preparations for celebrations in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic at the Palace of Pioneers. Dance rehearsal. children's music and dance ensembles are performing in the city square (synchronously).
Director
E. Zalkind
Color
B&W
Film ID
20881
Keywords
the second world war
, out-of-school education
, leisure
, dance
, pioneer organization
, museums
, invention
, landscapes
, cities
, state structure
, fiction
, cosmonautics
, music
Meterage
287
Number of Parts
1
Operators
G. Serov, V. Kovalchuk, N. Shmakov, O. Reizman
Release Date
1964
Sound