Australia - the city and the people (1977)

Documentary №36905, 5 parts, duration: 0:49:11
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:Gasyuk D., Golovnya B.
Screenwriters:Chehonin B.
Camera operators:Gasyuk D., Golovnya B.
Composers:Sauljskij Yu.
Anouncers:Kolichev Yu.


Cinema trip to Australia. The film depicts the exotic flora and fauna, the aborigines of Australia, major cities, industry, and everyday life of different strata of society.

Reel №1

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The natural landscapes of Australia at dawn.

View of the ocean and the coast.

The Australian Alps, Blizzard.

The Australian desert.

In the desert jumping kangaroo.

Ostriches EMU.

Life herds of giant kangaroos in their natural habitat.

Koalas on eucalyptus trees.

A flock of parrots in a tree.


A flock of birds of Paradise in the garden.

The fire in the eucalyptus forest.

Roadside landscapes (shooting from vehicle).

The natives perform a ritual dance.

Panorama Of Sydney.

Business center.

Opera house.

Living on the streets of the city.

Shopping square, shop Windows.

Types Of Melbourne.

Panorama of the city.

The Streets Of Adelaide.

Locations: Australia [15]

Reel №2

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The movement of capital vehicles.

The Types Of Canberra.


Parking in front of the Parliament building.

View of a multistory building.

Rocks on the coast.

The Museum exhibits.

Monuments dedicated to the discoveries by D. cook.

Fountain on the river.

House J. cook, moved from England.

In the yard the children play.

The alternation of natural landscapes, home of the first settlers.

Dog chase a flock of sheep.

Dogs and sheep in pens.

People unload hay.

Examination of the animals in the paddock.

Shearing sheep.

Tourist town Sovereign hill, the coach.

The workhorse for washing gold.

The alternation of street riding the stagecoach travelers on the streets.

Working the horse in the mill.

Tourists play in the gold miners.

The monument to the strikers in Melbourne.

Work in the shops of metallurgical plant.

By passing a construction site truck.

Shipping of new cars.


Panorama energy complex of the Snowy Mountains from the plane.


The alternation of turbine halls, halls of underground hydropower plants.

Chemical experiments in laboratories.

Says A. D. Burch.

The bas-reliefs on the building.

The alternation of types of the University, says Boris Christa.

Classes in the language classroom.

A teacher with students.

Flowering trees.


Burch, A. D. -- Australian Professor of organic chemistry, Ph. D., President of the Australian Academy of Sciences, foreign member of the USSR. Krista B. -- cultural and public figure, honorary Professor, honorary consultant and head of Department of Russian language and literature at the University of Queensland, founder of the Association of Slavists of Australia and New Zealand, founder and Director of the Pushkin Foundation of Queensland.

Locations: Australia [15]

Reel №3

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The national President of the Australia - USSR" A. Marshall, talking with guests.

The decor of the room.

The author shows the Soviet editions of his books.

A. Marshall with the Order of Friendship of Peoples.

The book on the shelf.

Soviet exhibition.

Concert poster.

Performances of the State academic choreographic ensemble "birch".

The applause of the audience.

The entrance to the bridge (shot from the cabin).

The movement of vehicles.

The city's parks.

Adults and children rest in parks, walking dogs, playing sports.

The Sydney zoo.

Visitors ride the zoo train.

A flock of pelicans in a pond.

Children and adults feed the birds.

Performance with participation of dolphins.

Underwater world fish among the corals.


Koala riding dog on the pier, the arrival of the boat.

A dog with a Koala.

Visitors can Pat them.

The laughing girl.

Feeding the lion cub from a bottle.

Lions in the zoo, feeding animals from a protected machine.

The alternation of speech of trained parrots, the children's faces.


Marshall A.-Australian writer and publicist, public figure.

Locations: Australia [15]

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Adults with children on the walk.

Boy with duck in hand.

Teenagers work part time at a winery.

Newsboys on the streets.

Road (removed from the train).

City slums.

People are clearing the blockage.

The area around the labour exchange, the unemployed.

A man sleeping on the lawn.

Unemployed begging on the streets.

Man talking to police.


People sit on the grass.

Cameramen shoot speech at the rally.

The faces of the people.

The applause of the audience.

A symbolic coffin of democracy.

Members of a religious sect dancing in the street.

People do yoga.

Dog races, a parade and inspection participants.


The alternation of skating and acrobatics on water skis, jumping on boats.

A clown entertains people on the street.

Holidaymakers on the beach.

Attraction with the feeding of sharks.

People on the shore.


Seagull in the sky.

The view of the mountains from the plane.

Cable car in Kosciuszko national Park (Kozi-OSKO).



Spectators watch the race.

Locations: Australia [15]

Reel №5

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Smooth jump.


Views of the gates and the Parking lot.

The view of the track from the stands.

Rivals on the track.

The spectators place their bets.

The woman-a native sells a talisman.

The campgrounds.

The elderly and unemployed at the medical center for aboriginal people in Sydney.

Says the doctor.

Medical check-UPS.

Exhibition of folk crafts.

The artist draws.

Australian house of the painter A. Namatjira.

Natural scenery.

The satellite antenna.


The sit-in in Canberra.

Buildings of banks and corporations.


The dockers ' Union in Sydney, the collection of donations and signatures.

Transport workers sign a Message of Friendship.

War memorial, Eternal flame burns.

Alternating panoramas of the coast, hang gliding.

Locations: Australia [15]

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