To You, Moscow! (Тебе, Москва!, 1947) by Grigoriy Lomidze

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To You, Moscow!
Тебе, Москва!
Tebye, Moskva! (ru)
Tobì, Moskvo (cs)

Year 1947
Director(s) Lomidze Grigoriy
Studio(s) Soyuzmultfilm
Language(s) Russian
Genre(s) History
War & battles
Animation Type(s)  Drawn (cel)
Length 00:17:35
Wordiness 9.45 profile Ru, En
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A tribute to the city of Moscow's 800th birthday made shortly after the Second World War.

The film goes over chapters in the city's history, such as the city's founding, the Polish intervention in the Time of Troubles, the invasion of Napoleon, the 1905 and 1917 revolutions and the invasion of Nazi Germany.

The film includes images of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, but it was often shown without the scenes featuring him (about 20 seconds worth). The videos above seem to be the original versions, however.

The first video above has better (though a bit too-pale) colours, more of the frame visible, and is sharper. The second one has slightly better sound quality.



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