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Movie poster "Спасите наши души" ("Spasite nashi dushi" or "Save our souls") Ukraine (Soviet Union / USSR), Cyrillic poster, 1960
Original 1960 vintage theatrical Cyrillic movie poster (measures ± 100,5 x 62,5 cm) for the Ukrainian / Russian movie "Спасите наши души" or "Save our souls".
Production year: 1960. Country: Ukraine (Soviet Union). The Dovzhenko Film Studios is a former Soviet film production studio in Ukraine that was named after the Soviet film producer, Oleksandr Dovzhenko, in 1957. With the fall of the Soviet Union, the studio became a property of the government of Ukraine. Genre: drama, adventure.
Directed by: Alexei Mishurin. Roles: Alexander Belyavsky, Lydia Fedoseyeva-Shukshina, Victor Dobrovolsky, Mikhail Orlov, Nikolai Yakovchenko, Natalia Malyavina, Yuri Prokopovich, Sergei Petrov, Sergei Martinson, Valery Rudoy. Scriptor: Evgeny Pomeshchikov. Designer: Georgy Prokopets. Operator: Lev Shtifanov, Alexei Gerasimov. Genre: Melodrama, Adventures. World Screening: 25 July 1960.
About the movie
A ship called the Zaporozhets is preparing for another overseas voyage. Already on the open ocean, the ship's radio operator Lesya Gordienko receives an SOS signal from a yacht carrying the daughter of a shipwright from England, named Alice Macefield, and her fiancé Michael Payton. Michael takes his fiancée's life belt and leaves her on the burning yacht. Alice is almost drowned and is rescued by Yuri Tsymbaluk, who is a cadet at a nautical school.
Addition: read the article about vintage movie posters from the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc.
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