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Title The Living and the Dead 1963, 1963.

Published Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description online resource (video file 2:44:58) : Sound, Black and White.
Series The Second World War & the Rise of Fascism.
Wars & Revolutions.
Socialism on Film.
Notes Archive Reference: N-504309.
Sponsored by Sovexportfilm.
Credits Contributors: Stolper, Alexander; Simonov, Konstantin; Olonovsky, Nikolai; Volkov, Stalen; Leshchev, Vyacheslav.
Production Company: Mosfilm.
Performers Glazyrin, Aleksei; Yefremov, Oleg; Lavrov, Kirill; Papanov, Anatoli; Lyubimova, Lyudmila; Krylova, Lyudmila; Lyubetsky, Lev; Makarov, V.; Khomyatov, R.; Makarov, V.; Vysokovsky, Z.; Dubrovin, Y.; Pushkaryov, I.; Paulus, V.; Chirkov, B.; Avdyushko, Viktor; Samoilov, Y.; Tabakov, Oleg; Krugly, L.; Gorelov, V.; Kulik, V.; Volkov, Y.; Ulyanov, M.; Shutov, E.; Sergeyev, M.; Muravyov, V.; Kurkina, R.; Pavlova, S.; Marenkov, Vladimir (1926-2003); Shibankov, V.; Telegina, V.; Yurchenko, B.; Yakushev, O.; Gluzsky, M.; Vorobyov, M.; Aleinikova, A.; Bityukov, B.; Veryovkin, Y.; Ardov, B.; Khmara, L.
Summary Epic following the exploits of Ivan Sintsov, an army newspaper correspondent reporting from the front line in 1941, during the first onrush of the Nazi invasion and the retreat of the Soviet Army. Sintsov is separated from his newspaper unit in Belarus. He joins a new unit and is sent to the front where he encounters a regiment headed by General Serepilin who has no intention of retreating. Sintov is made Political Instructor of the regiment. After the regiment manages to break free from encirclement by the Germans, Sintov suffers a head wound and loses his identity papers. However, he is determined to return to the front and to reclaim his Communist Party card. Based on the novel of the same name by Konstantin Simonov. Includes epic battle sequences.
Original Version Reproduction of: USSR, 1963.
NOTES The British Film Institute.
Notes Description based on online resource (viewed on 17 October, 2017).
Other author Stolper, Aleksandr Borisovich, 1907-1979, director.
Stolper, Aleksandr Borisovich, 1907-1979, Script.
Simonov, Konstantin, 1915-1979, Story.
Olonovsky, Nikolai, Camera.
Volkov, Stalen, Sets.
Leshchev, Vyacheslav, Sound.
Glazyrin, Alekseĭ, 1922-1971, Cast member.
Efremov, Oleg, Cast member.
Lavrov, Kirill, Cast member.
Papanov, Anatoli, Cast member.
Lyubimova, Lyudmila, Cast member.
Krylova, Li͡udmila, 1938- Cast member.
Lyubetsky, Lev, Cast member.
Makarov, V., Cast member.
Khomyatov, R, Cast member.
Vysokovsky, Z, Cast member.
Dubrovin, Y, Cast member.
Pushkaryov, I, Cast member.
Paulus, V, Cast member.
Chirkov, B, Cast member.
Avdi͡ushko, Viktor, 1925-1975, Cast member.
Samoilov, Y, Cast member.
Tabakov, Oleg, 1935-2018, Cast member.
Krugly, L, Cast member.
Gorelov, V., Cast member.
Kulik, Vitaliĭ, Cast member.
Volkov, I͡U., Cast member.
Ulyanov, M, Cast member.
Shutov, E, Cast member.
Sergeyev, M, Cast member.
Muravyov, V, Cast member.
Kurkina, R, Cast member.
Pavlova, S, Cast member.
Marenkov, Vladimir, 1926-2003, Cast member.
Shibankov, V, Cast member.
Telegina, V, Cast member.
Yurchenko, B, Cast member.
Yakushev, O, Cast member.
Gluzsky, M, Cast member.
Vorobyov, M, Cast member.
Aleinikova, A, Cast member.
Bityukov, B, Cast member.
Veryovkin, Y, Cast member.
Ardov, Boris, 1940- Cast member.
Khmara, L, Cast member.
Sovexportfilm, sponsoring body.
Moskovskai͡a kinostudii͡a "Mosfilʹm", production company.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm), digitiser.
Subject Second World War (1939-1945)
Newspapers.
Journalism.
Bombing.
Death.
Soldiers.
Aircraft.
Parachute jumping.
Wars.
Fascism.
Soviet army.
Injuries and wounds.
Trench warfare.
Health and medicine.
Weapons.
Communist Party (USSR)
German army.
Belarus.
USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
Moscow.
Russia.
Stalin, Josef (1878-1953)
Drama.
1939-1945.
Internet videos.
Fiction films.
Variant Title Socialism on film : the Cold War and international propaganda, 1917-1989 1936-1985.
ZHIVYE I MERTVYE.