How it was (1999) 07.20.1999
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Theme - Ban Karate in the USSR in 1984.
Fragment х / ф "the Residence permit" 1972г.
Rukavishnikov Alexander talks about his coach for Karate Sturmina Aleksei Borisovich, the appearance of the karate fight in the USSR and his training.
Smekalin Victor speaks about training in karate at Kasyanov Tadeusz in 1973.
Newsreel - training karate at an all-union seminar of coaches.
Durov Boris talks about the filming of the movie "Pirates of the Twentieth Century" and artists Nigmatulina Talgata and Eremenko Nikolai Nikolaevich (junior).
Fragment of the pirates of the twentieth century.
Durov Boris talks about criticism of the movie "Pirates of the Twentieth Century."
Rukavishnikov Alexander and Smekalin Victor talk about training in karate.
Popov Leonid speaks about studying karate in the USSR, the level of training and the results of the first competitions.
Fragment of the film "What is karate."
Alexander Rukavishnikov speaks about the ban on karate in the USSR.
Popov Leonid and Smekalin Victor talk about the restriction of karate as a sport in the USSR in 1984.
Petrukhin Igor speaks about lifting the ban on karate classes in the USSR thanks to an article in the press.
Krysin Mikhail speaks about the rehabilitation of karate in the USSR in 1989.
Video chronicle - demonstration performances of karatekists.
PersonnelRukavishnikov Alexander Iulianovich - full member of the Russian Academy of Arts, Professor.
Smekalin Victor Vasilievich - trainer-teacher in karate
Judge of the international category, the first champion of the USSR in karate.
Durov Boris Valentinovich is a Soviet film director and screenwriter.
Popov Leonid Lvovich - Chairman of the Moscow Karate Federation.
Petrukhin Igor Filippovich - the first champion of the USSR in bodybuilding, Honored Artist of Russia.
Krysin Mikhail Vladimirovich - President of the Sports Union of Style Karate of Russia, Vice President of the World Federation of Kosika Karate.