Film
Time To Win - Time to Lose. (1973)

Film-document №7306 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:32 to collection Price category A

Part 1 digitized in HD 0:09:38

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Rybakova A.

Script writers: Rybakova A.

Operators: Kiselev V., Leongardt U., Khodyakov V.

Text writers: Klimov G.

Annotation

The film is about the World and European Hockey Championship in held in Moscow.

Hockey | Sporting events | Sports legends

Sport

Reel №1

Reel №2

Movie №1

There is a filling of ice.

Flags of the participating Hockey World Championship in 1973.

The emblem of the championship.

Aircraft on the field.

Near the plane car rides.

Athletes at the airport.

Athletes in the bus.

On the ice gate set.

Alternation: rejoicing fans, fragments of matches, the testimony of the electronic scoreboard, photos and children's drawings.

Sports Palace in Luzhniki.

People rush to the match.

Fragments of an interview with Soviet and foreign fans.

Fans in the stands.

Hockey players go out on the ice.

An excerpt of the meeting of national teams of Sweden and Czechoslovakia.

Glee fans.

Teams leave the ice.

Sticks are transported on a trolley.

Man carries a bucket with washers.

Spectator stands.

The coach of the Swedish national team answers the questions of journalists.

Coaches in the stands, the athletes on the bench.

Photo.

Finnish goaltender Y.Valtonen protects the gate.

On the street a woman answers the questions of journalists.

Vladislav Tretyak.

Athletes on the bench.

An excerpt of the meeting of national teams of the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia.

Goalkeepers masked.

Czechoslovak team consults the gate.

Detail of the meeting of Soviet and Czech hockey players.

Goalkeeper I.Holechek bus.

Children's drawing.

The judges and participants of the match out on the ice.

Alternation: fans booed the judges, judges disputes with athletes and coaches (VO sounds opinions Soviet coach V.M.Bobrova).

Athletes on the bench.

The fight on the ice.

The captain of Czechoslovakia.

Alternation: Judges pull apart and diluted athletes fight during the game, picture, penalty points.

USSR team in the locker room (off-screen voice an opinion captain B.P.Mihaylova).

Hockey players on the ice.

Fans in the stands.

Captains greet the judges.

Meeting teams before the game.

Excerpts of the meeting of national teams of the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia match comments N.N.Ozerov.

Coaches accept congratulations.

Fans in the stands.

Excerpts of the game the teams of Poland and Germany.

Out of athletes of the USSR and Sweden in the final match.

Spectators welcome the athletes.

The judge passed the puck.

The final match, winning team of the USSR. Applause.

USSR team at the awards ceremony. D.F.Ahern hands B.P.Mihaylovu cups. D.F.Ahern receives flowers and kisses the girl.

Flags of the medalists.

Team shakes coaches.

Athletes dismissed.

Personnel

NN Ozerov - Soviet tennis player, Honored Master of Sports, a sports commentator, actor, People's Artist of the RSFSR. Tretyak VA - Hockey player, goalie, coach, Honored Master of Sports, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, the Olympic Games, state and political figure. Mikhailov BP - Hockey player, coach, Honored Master of Sports, Honored trainer of the USSR, Honored coach of Russia. VB Kharlamov - Hockey player, striker, Honored Master of Sports, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world, the Olympic Games. Vasiliev VI - Hockey player, defenseman, Honored Master of Sports, Olympic champion. Gusev AV - Hockey player, defenseman, Honored Master of Sports. VV Petrov - Ice hockey center forward, Honored Master of Sports, world champion, Olympic champion. Alexander Yakushev - Hockey player, coach, Honored Master of Sports, Honored trainer of the USSR, Honored coach of Russia. Voltchkov AS - Hockey player, striker, world-class athlete, a champion of the Soviet Union, Europe and the world. Anisin VM - Hockey player, Honored Master of Sports, champion of the USSR, Europe and the world. Bodunov AI - Hockey player, striker, master of sports of international class, the champion of the Soviet Union and Europe. Bobrov VM - Football, hockey, soccer and hockey coach, Honored Master of Sports, Honored coach of the USSR. Nedomansky V. - Czechoslovak ice hockey center forward, European and world champion. Holecek I. - Czechoslovak hockey player, goalie, European and world champion. W. Sterner - Swedish ice hockey center forward, the 1st European hockey player playing in the NHL. Abrahamsson K. - Swedish ice hockey goalkeeper. T. Lundstrom - Swedish ice hockey center forward. J. Valtonen - Finnish ice hockey goaltender, champion of Finland, the head coach, goalkeeping coach, goalkeeping coach since 2011 team Lokomotiv (Yaroslavl). F. Pospisil - Czech hockey player, quarterback, team captain in the championship in 1973, coach. JF Ahern - President of the International Ice Hockey Federation.

Locations

Moscow