Film
Hockey-66. (1966)

Film-document №6368 3 parts, Duration: 0:29:51, Black-white to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Ribakova A.

Operators: Kiselev V., Kochetkov A.

Anouncers: Hmara L.

Text writers: Mihalev P.

Annotation

The film reportage about the World Cup 1966 Ice Hockey in Slovenia.

Hockey | Sporting events

Reel №1

Journalists from different countries transmit messages.

Photographer.

Photographic desk. N.N.Ozerov match comments.

Still pictures of hockey players and fans.

Moscow, Sheremetyevo, athletes get off the bus.

Athletes in the airport waiting room.

Athletes folded floor hockey sticks, shape and other luggage.

Slovenia, the streets of Ljubljana.

The shop windows.

Athletes clothed in form.

The athlete hones blade skates.

Athlete warming up before the game.

Goalie mask.

Those fans in the stands.

Hockey players on the bench.

Bus parking.

Fans filled the stands.

Electronic display.

Flag of the Soviet Union under the ceiling.

Josip Broz Tito and his wife met with the Soviet team.

Detail of the game teams of the USSR and the USA.

German goalkeeper.

Czechoslovak team on the ice.

Finnish ice hockey player.

Athletes with the coaches at the side.

Judge gets the puck out of the gate.

Athletes are at the side.

Finnish goalie pulls the puck out of the gate.

Players go on the ice.

Journalists in telephone booths. V.S.Konovalenko in the mask.

Team Sweden withdrew.

Meeting journalists.

Photographic desk.

Journalist reports reads.

Swiss journalist giving an interview.

Detail of the game teams of the USSR and Sweden.

Personnel

NN Ozerov - Soviet tennis player, Honored Master of Sports, a sports commentator, actor, People's Artist of the RSFSR. Vikulov VI - Soviet hockey player, striker, champion of the USSR and the world, the Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports. I. Broz Tito - statesman and political figure, Marshal, President of Yugoslavia. Kovalenko VS - Soviet hockey player, goalie, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, the Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports. Mayorov BA - Soviet hockey player, striker, European and world champion, Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the RSFSR, a sports commentator. Starshinov VI - Soviet hockey player, world champion, Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the RSFSR. Aleksandrov VV - Soviet hockey player, a multiple champion of the USSR, Honored Master of Sports. Ragulin AP - Soviet hockey player, Honored Master of Sports. W. Sterner - Swedish hockey player, striker, 1st European hockey player playing in the NHL. Alexander Yakushev - Hockey player, coach, Honored Master of Sports, Honored trainer of the USSR, Honored coach of Russia. Kuz'kin VG - Soviet hockey player, defenseman, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, Honored Master of Sports.

Calendar

03.1966

Locations

Moscow Slovenia

Seasons

Spring [825]

Reel №2

Continuation of the game teams of the USSR and Sweden.

Photographer.

Athletes leave the ice.

Fans in the stands with banners.

Fragments of the match between Canada and Czechoslovakia.

Czechoslovak athletes congratulate each other with the victory.

Freeze with Canadian hockey players.

Czechoslovak hockey players.

On the street a band plays and people dancing in traditional costumes.

The inhabitants of Ljubljana meet the wedding procession.

Newlyweds from Ljubljana and from Sweden.

Country Road (shooting from the cab).

Views from the cabin of the bus.

Lake Bled.

Athletes on the observation deck.

Road signs, the street people go.

The driver behind the wheel view of the road through the windshield. B.A.Mayorov.

K.B.Loktev. V.I.Starshinov and V.S.Davydov. V.V.Aleksandrov. A.P.Ragulin. V.I.Vikulov.

Those sitting on the bench athletes. V.I.Vikulov bus.

Detail of the game teams of the USSR and Canada.

Those coaches.

Judges disperse brawl players.

Fans in the stands.

Detail of the game teams of the USSR and Canada in the 3rd period.

Freeze frame with the cast V.I.Vikulova.

Soviet athletes congratulate each other.

Goalkeeper S.Martin pulls the puck out of the gate. V.I.Vikulov.

Personnel

Firsov AV - Soviet hockey player, coach, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, Honored Master of Sports. Dzurilla V. - Czechoslovak ice hockey goaltender. Martin S. - Canadian hockey player, goalie, world champion coach. Mayorov BA - Soviet hockey player, striker, European and world champion, Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the RSFSR, a sports commentator. Starshinov VI - Soviet hockey player, world champion, Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the RSFSR. Loktev KB - Soviet hockey player, striker, champion of the USSR and the world, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the USSR. Davydov VS - Soviet hockey player, defenseman, champion of the USSR and the world, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the USSR. Aleksandrov VV - Soviet hockey player, a multiple champion of the USSR, Honored Master of Sports. Ragulin AP - Soviet hockey player, Honored Master of Sports. Vikulov VI - Soviet hockey player, striker, champion of the USSR and the world, the Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports. Polupanov VA - Soviet hockey player, striker, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, the Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports. Almetov AD - Soviet hockey player, striker, champion of the USSR and the world, Honored Master of Sports.

Calendar

03.1966

Locations

Slovenia

Seasons

Spring [825]

Reel №3

Game teams of the USSR and Canada.

The evening on the streets of Ljubljana.

Journalists in telephone booths.

Meeting journalists in the hall.

An interview with a Yugoslav reporter Tomislav Pete.

African journalist Khalid Farah.

Bee on flowers.

Sale of flowers on the street.

A woman carries a baby in a stroller.

People at the counter with flowers.

People talk.

Men read newspapers.

Teens on the street.

The boy responds to a reporter's question.

Opinion of the taxi driver.

People on the streets of the city.

Fans with flags and banners in the stands.

Watches and advertising under the ceiling of the hall.

Says Miroslav Prshnyak operator.

Detail of the game teams of the USSR and Czechoslovakia.

End of the game, athletes congratulate each other.

Athletes throw sticks to the audience.

The spectators in the stands.

The teams congratulate each other on the ice.

Athletes and journalists.

At the microphone D.F.Ahern.

Handing Cup captain V.G.Kuzkinu.

Personnel chronicle of awarding the Soviet team at the world championships: 1963, Stockholm. 1964, Innsbruck. 1965 athletes come out of the train in Moscow, brandishing cups.

Athletes with cups out of the station building, the crowd behind the fence.

V.G.Kuzkin with cups.

USSR team performs a lap of honor.

A woman in the crowd, applause.

Journalist Khalid Farah photographed with the Soviet team.

Photographers and cameramen shoot the winners.

The total picture.

Personnel

Martin S. - Canadian hockey player, goalie, world champion coach. Zaitsev OA - Soviet hockey player, defenseman, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, the Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports, coach. Alexander Yakushev - Hockey player, coach, Honored Master of Sports, Honored trainer of the USSR, Honored coach of Russia. Starshinov VI - Soviet hockey player, world champion, Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the RSFSR. Kuz'kin VG - Soviet hockey player, defenseman, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, Honored Master of Sports. Kovalenko VS - Soviet hockey player, goalie, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, the Olympic champion, Honored Master of Sports. Dzurilla V. - Czechoslovak ice hockey goaltender. Aleksandrov VV - Soviet hockey player, a multiple champion of the USSR, Honored Master of Sports. Almetov AD - Soviet hockey player, striker, champion of the USSR and the world, Honored Master of Sports. Loktev KB - Soviet hockey player, striker, champion of the USSR and the world, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the USSR. Holecek I. - Czechoslovak hockey player, goalie, European and world champion. JF Ahern - President of the International Ice Hockey Federation.

Calendar

03.1966 1965 1964 1963

Locations

Slovenia Sweden Austria Moscow

Seasons

Spring [825]