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Siberia on Screen Number 17

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Abstract
April 1955 1. THERE IS NO WAR - FIRE Altai, Kemerovo, Novosibirsk, operators S. Khmelev, E. Kachin, A. Sukhomlinov. Grain state farm. Sharchinsky. The virgin workers gathered to sign the "Appeal of the World Peace Council" Signs are being put. Collecting in the field. Altai. Before the shift began, the miners of the Severnaya mine gathered. Performing. Listen. They put signatures. Miners in overalls. Construction of the Novosibirsk hydroelectric power station. A team of carpenters puts their signatures. "Forbid atomic weapons." 2. IN THE NAME OF LIFE Novosibirsk, cameraman A. Sukhomlinov. Regional Hospital. A new device was installed that destroys the tumor. The atom at the service of health. They put the patient to bed, carry out the procedure. 3. IN THE DEPTH OF THE NARYM TAIGA Tomsk region, operator G. Tsvetkov. Taiga - Poland. Logging. The work of lumberjacks. 4. Plans for Novosibirsk. Critical story about the poor performance of transport, the tram is jam-packed. Hang on footrests. The donkey is carrying the cart. Crowds at bus stops.
Director
N. Lebedev
Color
B&W
Film ID
37490
Keywords
social and political movement
, urban transport
, medical services for the population
, rural settlements
, timber industry
, cities
Meterage
194,8
Number of Parts
1
Operators
S. Khmelev, E. Kachin, A. Sukhomlinov, G. Tsvetkov
Other Creators
Editor N. Meisak, sound engineer V. Magataev
Release Date
1955
Sound
Has Sound

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