Paul Robson.. (1959)

Film-document №5245 6 parts, Duration: 0:57:23, Black-white to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Katanyan V.

Script writers: Gorokhov V.

Operators: Monglovskiy U., Khavchin A.

Anouncers: Khmara L., Chernykh L.

Text writers: Kirsanov S.


About the black singer, peace fighter Paul Robson, his stay in the USSR.

Temporary description

Paul and Eslanda Robeson in the cabin, at the airport in Moscow. The meeting and conversation, and P. E. Robson with Khrushchev. P. Robson at monuments to Pushkin, Mayakovsky, on Red Square, at the memorial cemetery near the Kremlin wall at the grave of John Reed. P. Robson visits Moscow State University, Moscow Conservatory, the factory "Red Proletarian", meets with leaders of culture and art. P. Robson sings with I. Kozlovsky (synchronously). P. Robson stands at the Sports Palace "Luzhniki": talking and singing (synchronously). Uzbekistan, Tashkent. P. Robson visits the farm Shark Yulduz. Dance with an Uzbek girl. Speaks to the audience (synchronously). Crimea. P. Robson in the city of Sochi, Yalta, pioneer camp "Artek". Reads a poem of Pushkin on the beach acts Artek (synchronously). Photo AP Robson different years. Fragments of the feature films "The Emperor Jones" (AP Robson in the role of Jones), "Floating Theater" (AP Robson in the role of Joe) (synchronously). United States. 1953. Handing P. Robson International Lenin Peace Prize. City of Paris. P. Robson acts, sings (synchronously) at the First Congress for Peace. P. Robson gives interviews (synchronously), tells about himself. Newsreel: United States. Africano church. Believers in the church. Demonstration of members of the Ku Klux Klan. The Spanish Civil War 1936-1939 years. Bombing [g.Madrid]. Killed. Military operations of the Armed Forces of the Republican army, international teams. Second World War. 1941. November. The parade of Soviet troops on Red Square in Moscow. Protests in foreign countries. City of Warsaw. The International Congress for Peace in 1950. City of Berlin. International Youth Festival 1951.