Bernard Shaw. (1956)

Film-document №4616 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:34, Black-white to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Bubrik S.

Operators: Efimov E., Kotlyarenko L.

Text writers: Balashov P.


A film dedicated to Bernard Shaw's centenary.

Temporary description

House-Museum Shaw - Eyot St. Lawrence (near London). The life and work of writer and playwright.

Reel №1

Portrait of George Bernard Shaw.

Area to the north of London - St.

Lawrence Eyot - PNRM.

Shaw House.

Work desk and chair Show.

Shorthand manuscript Shaw.


Canteen Show.

On the table in the photo album.

Portrait of a young Shaw.

Shaw House with a plaque in Dublin in Ireland.

Series of portraits of Bernard Shaw.

Portraits AP Chekhov, Charlie Chaplin.

Newsreel 1931:

Shaw Arrival to Moscow.

Visit the Shaw agricultural commune Vladimir Ilyich Lenin: Shaw among farmers, among children.

Arrival Shaw with the People's Commissar of Education AV Lunacharsky to Leningrad.

Shaw House in England.

Outbuilding, garden furniture.

PNRM. London.

House Street Fitzroy Square, where he lived during the winter months Shaw.


Theater "Royal Court Tuetru", where there were a lot of plays Shaw.

Posters play by Bernard Shaw.

Reel №2

Scenes from the comedy Shaw "Pygmalion" by artists of the State Academy of the Maly Theater: Eliza Dullitl - Artist Yudin.

Henry Higgins - People's Artist of the USSR Tsarev, Colonel Pickering - Honored Artist of the USSR Velikhov.


Higgins - People's Artist of the USSR Turchaninov.


Eynsford Hill - Honoured Artist of the Republic Obukhov.

An excerpt from the second act (synchronously).

An excerpt from Act III (synchronously).

Writer Konstantin Simonov reads poetry "Visiting Show" devoted his visit to the Soviet writers Shaw in England in 1947 (simultaneously).

The dining room in the house show.


Calendar - November 2, 1950 (the date of the death of George Bernard Shaw).


Flowering tree.

Works Show.