Robert Burns.. (1958)

Film-document №4931 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:11 to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Bubrik S.

Script writers: Marshak S.

Operators: Kasatkin P.

Composers: Geviksman V.

Anouncers: Smolenskiy Ya.

Text writers: Marshak S.


The film was made with the assistance of the society "Scotland - the USSR". For the 200th Anniversary of the Scottish poet R.Burns

Reel №1

Sculptural portrait of Robert Burns.

Landscapes of Scotland.

Monument, erected the great Scottish poet Robert Burns in Kilmarnock, where he published his first book, in Dumfries, where he lived in Eire, where he studied in the village of Alloway, the birthplace and spent his childhood.

General view of the village of Alloway.

House, the birthplace of Robert Burns 25/01/1759 (external and internal view).

Rooms in the house.

Household items.

Places sung by poets: bridge in the village of Alloway, church, cemetery, tombstone on the grave of the poet's parents.

General view of Tarbolton.

The house in which the 20-year-old Robert Burns founded the "Club of bachelors."

Feil creek near the village Feyldorf, on the banks of which Robert said goodbye to his girlfriend, Mary Campbell.

Painting of parting Robert and Mary Campbell.

The first book of poems of Robert Burns.

General view of Edinburgh - Scotland's capital city.

An old castle.

Painting of the first meeting of Walter Scott and Robert Burns.

House in Mauchline, where he lived R. Burns and his wife, Jean Armour.

Tavern in Mauchline.

Ellislend farmhouse, part of which has built for his wife and child he Burns.

Landscape of Scotland.

River Neath, on the shore of Burns wrote his poem "Tam O'Shenter."

Panorama and the general appearance Dumfries, where Burns moved.

Local theater.

Portrait of R. Burns.

Reel №2

The house in which he lived in Dumfries R. Burns family (inside and outside).

Bed in which Burns died.

Cemetery in Dumfries.

The monument at the grave of Burns.

Image muse and field mouse.

Plate with an inscription on the grave of Burns.

Robert Burns museum in the village of Alloway.

Personal belongings of the poet.


Manuscripts Burns.

Curator Thomas Mack Min tells visitors about the museum Burns, recited his poems (synchronously).

Cupboards with books, including books and R. Burns.

Poet Samuil Marshak reads his translations of poems by Burns (synchronously).

Bolshoi Theatre soloist Arthur Eisen sings composer Georgy Sviridov on poems of Burns "Robin" (synchronous).

At the piano Georgy Sviridov.

Old Soviet plot VA Tabor at work on the creation of prints for works of Burns.

Sculpture of Robert Burns.