Welcome guests. (1963)

Film-document №35734 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:44 to collection Price category G

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Producer Centrnauchfilm (CNF)

Director: D. Bogolepov, Bogolepov D.

Script writers: Denisov N.; Borzenko S.

Operators: D. Gasyuk, V. Golovnya, Gasyuk D. Smut B.

Text writers: Borzenko C. Denisov N.

Other authors: Zvuk - V. Kutuzov. Muzika - V. Geviksman. Tekst - S. Borzenko, N. Denisov, D. Bogolepov.


About cosmonauts Yuri Gagarin visits to Austria and Denmark and Titov in Yugoslavia and Japan.

Heroes of Space


Reel №1 Welcome guests

A meeting of Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin meeting at the airport in Vienna.

Vienna - different plans.

Yuri Gagarin with his wife and their attendants are on the streets of Vienna.

Yuri Gagarin meeting with Austrian President A. Scherf.

A trip to the country.

Speech by Yuri Gagarin on the rally in one of the cities, visiting the former concentration camp at Mauthausen, laying a wreath at the monument to the dead.

Yuri Gagarin and V.Gagarina in a steel plant in the city of Linz.

Yuri Gagarin in the bookstore of Vienna autographs: signs his book "The Road to Space."

In the streets of Belgrade, a car drives with Soviet cosmonaut G.Titovym.

Living in Belgrade welcomed the astronaut.

Titov and his wife are held in the residence of the president of Yugoslavia.

Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito's hands Titov country's highest award - the Order "Yugoslav flag."

Titov delivers a lecture in Belgrade.

A visit to the cemetery with the graves of Soviet soldiers who died during the liberation of Yugoslavia.

G.Titova trip across the country: a visit to the cities of Dubrovnik and Decrees.

Key words

The highest authorities. Rewarding. Cultural ties. Science. Astronautics. Industry. Road transport. 2nd World War. Trade. Youth organizations.


Gagarin Yu.A.
Titov G.
Sherf A. -- Austrian President
Broz Tito I. -- statesman and political figure of Yugoslavia





Towns and countries; Foreign policy; Space

Reel №2