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When You Have a Day Off

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Abstract
Moscow. 1959 year. Watering machines pass through the streets. Artists L. Mirov and M. Novitsky at the bus stop. They sit down on the bus that has come up. Tretyakov Gallery. Visitors in the halls. Roerich's paintings. Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy (VDNKh). Airplane TU-104 at the exhibition. M. Novitsky gets out of the plane, sits on the road train. Visitors to the exhibition ride motor scooters. Performance by the "Ural Gems" ensemble. Pavilion of the Academy of Sciences. Model of the 3rd artificial Earth satellite. Novitsky in the pavilion "Electronics" plays an electric musical instrument. Color TVs at the exhibition. The orchestra is playing under the direction of O. Lundstrem. Exhibition of Czech Glass. Glass ceiling, glass exhibits. Glass blowers at work. Mirov and Novitsky are riding in a double-decker bus. American Exhibition. Demonstration of mod. Cars on display, mock-up of an American satellite. Exhibition of Contemporary American Art. Beach in Serebryany Bor. Bathing. Moscow street. Curbstone with announcements. Lenin Stadium in Luzhniki. Opening of the Spartakiad of the Peoples of the USSR. Athletes perform gymnastic exercises. The circus. Ikkoria games. Tigers on the arena. Gorky Park of Culture. Green theater. Performing ensemble named after Alexandrov, Uzbek ensemble "Bakhor". Film festival at the Dynamo stadium in honor of the International Film Festival in Moscow. Participants of the film festival are passing by. Passage of the heroes of the films "Battleship Potemkin", "Mother", "Chapaev", "Vyborg Side", "Pig and Shepherd", "Carnival Night", "The Fate of a Man". Illuminated buildings of cinemas "Moscow", "Udarnik".
Director
Z. Tulubieva, M. Silenko
Color
Color
Film ID
15448
Keywords
cinematography
, urban transport
, beautification
, relaxation
, exhibitions
, public leisure facilities
, international connections
, sports
, everyday life
, glass industry
, cities
, painting
, music
Meterage
554,6
Number of Parts
2
Operators
G. Golubov, M. Silenko
Other Creators
Screenplay I. Sklut, commentators L. Mirow, M. Novickitsy
Release Date
1959
Sound
Has Sound

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