Autographs on the Ice.. (1962)
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AnnotationOn the show of the best figure-skaters of 8 world countries in Moscow.
Temporary descriptionDemonstration at the strongest skaters eight countries at the Palais des Sports stadium named after Vladimir Lenin in Moscow. Speakers: Karel Divin (Czechoslovakia), Lena Shcheglova (USSR), Gyorgy Korda and Paul Vashargeli (Hungary), Tatiana Nemcova (USSR), Irene Mueller and Georg Dalmerie (GDR), Vladimir Fomin (USSR), Ingrid Ostler (Australia), Kriste Trebeziner Felzinger and Gerhard (Austria), Dorothy Nelson and Peter Collin (USA), Jerry and John Faterrindzhill (USA), Peter Barca (Canada), the world champions Eva and Pavel Romanov (Czechoslovakia).
A few plans for the winter scenery.
Little skater Moscow Young Pioneers Stadium perform on the ice eight - MS.
CZE, world medalist Charles Divin his fellow Eve and Pavel Romanov visiting them.
K. Divin dancing.
Speech strongest skaters in the Sports Palace.
Dancing K. Divin.
Eleven-Lena Shcheglov ward children's sports school Young Pioneers Stadium, performs a variation from the ballet "Giselle".
Pairs: György Korda and Paul Vashargoli (Hungary) dancing czardas.
Dancing Tatiana Nemcova (USSR).
Dance "Kiss" performed by skaters from the GDR Irene Müller and Georg Dalmera.
Young Soviet skater Vladimir Fomin performs a dance.
Ingrid acts Ostler (Austria).
Austrians Trebeziner Christie and Gerhard Felzinger perform Charleston.
Americans Dorotti Nelson and Peter Coghlan performing twist.
Jerry and John Faterrindzhili (USA) perform classical dance.
Peter speaks Barke from Canada with any program.
World champions Eve and Pavel Romanov (Czechoslovakia) perform a dance "Modern".
Young skater Romanov presented flowers.
Skater girls dancing.
Those children - CU.