Melodies on the Ice.. (1968)
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AnnotationA film about the best figure skaters - champions of Europe and Olympic prize winners.
Historical backgroundHistory: 16-17 March 1968 in the Moscow Palace of sports the best skaters of the world were made with an arbitrary program.
Temporary descriptionCity of Moscow. Demonstration at the best skaters of the world in the Moscow Palace of Sports. On the ice L. Pakhomov, and A. Gorshkov (USSR), S. and R. Kaufman (USA), Tim Wood (USA), J. Tauler and B. Ford (UK), E. Shcheglov (USSR), S. Chetverukhin (USSR), IV and V. Gryshkova Ryzhkin (USSR), G. Seyfert (GDR), V. Moskvina and Mishin, A. (USSR). P. Pera (France), H. Mashkova (Czechoslovakia), T. Beetle and Gorelik (USSR), SP Fleming (USA), L. Belousova and Oleg Protopopov (USSR). Parade participants demonstrations.
Sports Palace before performances L. Belousova and Oleg Protopopov greet spectators sign autographs, greet the audience and talk to Peggy Fleming, Diane Towler, Patrick Pera Khan Mashkov, Tamara Moskvina, Gabriel Seifert, A. Belousov, Ludmila Pakhomov, Alexander Gorshkov Cynthia and Ronald Kauffman, Tim Wood, etc. - MS., CU.
In figure skating are the Moscow schoolgirl Lena Shcheglova then student Sergey Chetverukhin Bauman - the champion of the Soviet Union - MS., LS.
Acts Soviet dance pair Irina Grishkova and Victor Ryzhkin - MS., LS.
(With a / t).
Serving American skaters, brother and sister Cynthia and Ronald Kaufman - World Championship bronze medalists in Geneva - CU., MS., LS. (With a / t).
Gabriel stands Seifert from the GDR - silver medalist xth White Olympics and World Championships - MS., LS.
Leningraders Tamara Moskvina and Alexei Mishin performed on ice Gypsy Dance - MS., LS.
Speaks French Champion Patrick Pera - MS., LS.
Speakers: Czechoslovak athlete Khan Mashkov, champion of Europe, the Soviet pair Tatyana Zhuk and Alexander Gorelik, in Geneva and won silver medals in Grenoble, world champion and Olympic American student Peggy Fleming, American athlete Tim Wood, who won second place at the World Cup - MS. , LS.
Final demonstration performances in Moscow Lyudmila Belousova and Oleg Protopopov - MS., LS. (With a / t).
The audience applauded - CU.
Parade participants of demonstration performances on the ice of the Palace of Sports - MS., LS.