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Review Of 1963

Review Of 1963 (1963)

Retrospective of news stories from the year of 1963.

Moscow Film Festival

Moscow Film Festival (1959)

British film stars in Moscow for film festival.

The Old Vic Company In Russia

The Old Vic Company In Russia (1961)

Excerpts of performance of Macbeth and audience reaction in Russia.

Art's Tribute To Soviets Issue Title Is Fine And Large

Art's Tribute To Soviets Issue Title Is Fine And Large (1943)

A scrapbook of photos and personal messages from British artists is sent to USSR.

Russian Actor Celebrated

Russian Actor Celebrated (1965)

Famous Soviet actor and director Juri Zavadsky celebrates his 70th birthday on stage.

Soviet Cinema Festival Reception In Kremlin

Soviet Cinema Festival Reception In Kremlin (1961)

Film festival in Russia's Kremlin. Good close-ups of actors.

Khruschev's 70th Birthday

Khruschev's 70th Birthday (1964)

Mr Khruschev receives Hero of the Soviet Union gold medal from President Leonid Brezhnev.

All Change

All Change (1923)

The actor Eille Norwood is shown making up for his role in The Return of Sherlock Holmes.

Shakespeare Anniversary In Russia

Shakespeare Anniversary In Russia (1964)

Soviet political and artistic leaders celebrate the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare.

Mountain Climbing Season Opens In Russia

Mountain Climbing Season Opens In Russia (1967)

Opening of the mountain climbing season in Soviet Union.

Moscow

Moscow (1965)

Sir Laurence Olivier takes a company of renowned actors to Moscow to perform Othello.

The Listeners In - An Off Moment Of Well Known Folk

The Listeners In - An Off Moment Of Well Known Folk (1922)

Great film showing Seymour Hicks, Ellaline Terriss and Stanley Logan listing to a radio on a picnic.

Moscow Stock Shots

Moscow Stock Shots (1956)

Street scenes in Moscow with shots of market traders as well as public buildings.

Moscow Holds Festival Of Films For Youth

Moscow Holds Festival Of Films For Youth (1967)

Festival of films for youth in Moscow, Russia.

The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre

The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre (1959)

British actors are warmly welcomed in Moscow when they perform "Romeo and Juliet"