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With a Song Across the Ocean

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Abstract
A film about the tour of the Alexandrov Song and Dance Ensemble in Canada. Canada. Performances of the artists of the ensemble in the years. Edmonton, Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto. Posters of performances. Performing songs, including "Kalinka", Cossack and Ukrainian dances (sinhr.). The leader of the ensemble B. Alexandrov, artists during rehearsals, concerts, meetings with spectators, conversations with unemployed on the streets of Toronto, sightseeing cities. Incident during a concert in Edmonton: a resident of the city - Ukrainian by origin, a former Bendera soldier anti-Soviet leaflets, he was taken out of the hall. City of Vancouver. Residents of the city stand in line for tickets, go to the concert. A female police officer regulates traffic. City of Toronto. Industrial enterprises. Bank building. Demonstration of the strikers. Unemployed people queuing up for free soup. City views. Sights, monuments. Province of Ontario. Indian reservation. Indians of different sexes, ages. Cemetery. Ottawa city. Divorce of the guard of honor at the city hall. Monument to the fallen Canadian soldiers. City of Edmonton. Meeting the artists with bread and salt. Monument to T.G. Shevchenko. Artists and residents of the city, Ukrainians by origin, lay wreaths at the monument.
Director
V. Plotnikova, M. Oshurkov
Color
Color
Film ID
18172
Keywords
offenses
, emigration
, armed forces
, cultural connections
, situation of various populations
, population
, cities
, sculpture
, police
, social security
, music
, charity
Meterage
566
Number of Parts
2
Operators
M. Oshurkov
Other Creators
announcer L. Khmara, E. Georgievskaya, sound S. Senkevich
Release Date
1962
Sound
Has Sound

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