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Vladimir Mayakovsky

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Abstract
1h - The funeral of V. Mayakovsky in Moscow on April 14, 1930. V. Mayakovsky at his desk at the microphone. Landscape of the Caucasus Mountains. Baghdadi: the house where V. Mayakovsky was born; the interior of the rooms. The building of the gymnasium in Kutaisi, where Mayakovsky studied. Texts and books of poetry. 2h - Poems and posters for the plays "Bath" and "Bedbug". Speech by V. Mayakovsky. Artist V. Yakhontov reads poems by V. Mayakovsky "On the Soviet Passport" (sinhr.). 3h - Printing in the printing house of collections of poems by V. Mayakovsky. Mayakovskaya metro station in Moscow; Mayakovsky street in Leningrad, in Kutaisi; monument to V. Mayakovsky in Baghdadi. The poet's apartment in Moscow, where he lived the last years of his life; personal items. Fragments of the film "The Young Lady and the Hooligan" according to Mayakovsky's script and with his personal participation. V. Mayakovsky reads poetry.
Director
S. Kidney
Color
B&W
Film ID
4050
Keywords
cinematography
, museums
, poetry
, monuments
, cities
Meterage
940
Number of Parts
3
Operators
V. Soloviev, S. Semenov
Other Creators
A. Rubinovia, A. Gran, D. Ovsyanikov, V. Nesterov, M. Sobolev
Release Date
1940
Sound
Has Sound

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