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    Moscow Ninja in the TV program "Around the World" (1990)

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    Training and interviews of one of the first Ninjutsu masters in the USSR near the railway tracks on the outskirts of Moscow in the Around the World TV program. In accordance with the tradition of this martial art, the Ninja does not reveal his own face and name.

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    What? Where? When? - Game VI - The team of Andrei Kamorin (1982)

    It was a very popular telecast in the USSR.

    At this telecast was a club of experts. They were formed in teams of 6 people each. They played against viewers (viewers sent their questions to the telecast). The host of the telecast was an arbitrator (he determined was the answer right or wrong). The game goes on until one of the teams (experts or viewers) scores 6 points. If a team was losing, then its members left the club.

    With your permission, I will not translate all replicas. The correct answers given by the host of the telecast will be placed under the video.

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    The correct answers

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    Some Soviet songs.
    ВИА Песняры - Беловежская пуща (1975).
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    Юрий Антонов - Уходит молодость моя (из архива белорусского телевидения, начало 80-х).
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    Тынис Мяги - Олимпиада-80 (Съёмка в Таллине).
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    Владимир Макаров - Последняя электричка (Из одноимённого фильма-концерта Ленинградского телевидения, 1968г.).
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    It is a charm for eyes (1985)

    [The title of the video is a line from a poem about Autumn of Alexander Pushkin.]

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    This is a film about Autumn in the Lower Volga region. [The Lower Volga region includes the Saratov Region, Volgograd Region, Astrakhan Region.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by unseen View Post
    What? Where? When? - Game VI - The team of Andrei Kamorin (1982)

    It was a very popular telecast in the USSR.

    At this telecast was a club of experts. They were formed in teams of 6 people each. They played against viewers (viewers sent their questions to the telecast). The host of the telecast was an arbitrator (he determined was the answer right or wrong). The game goes on until one of the teams (experts or viewers) scores 6 points. If a team was losing, then its members left the club.
    I remember this show it was very popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ixulescu View Post
    I remember this show it was very popular.
    Did you see this show when you were in the USSR?





    An old detective story (1982)

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    This is a play based on the stories of Edgar Allan Poe "The Purloined Letter" and Charles Dickens "Hunted Down".

    In Russian

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    Nice thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dna8 View Post
    Nice thread.
    Thank you very much

    I am pleased to read this.





    A concert of Igor Stravinsky in Moscow (1962)

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    This is a suite from a ballet "Petrushka" performed by the Moscow State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra and conducted by the author.

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    A concert of Igor Stravinsky in Leningrad (1962)

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    These are a fantasy "Fireworks" and a suite from a ballet "The Firebird" performed by the Leningrad Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra and conducted by the author.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unseen View Post
    Did you see this show when you were in the USSR?
    We used to be able to receive Soviet TV channels in Romania in the 1980s. People would invest in a good antenna back then because the Romanian state channel in the late 80s was trash, just singing praise to N. Ceausescu.

    So yeah, I was raised with Soviet TV and American B movies on VHS tapes

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    Quote Originally Posted by ixulescu View Post
    We used to be able to receive Soviet TV channels in Romania in the 1980s. People would invest in a good antenna back then because the Romanian state channel in the late 80s was trash, just singing praise to N. Ceausescu.

    So yeah, I was raised with Soviet TV and American B movies on VHS tapes
    Apparently you know Russian very well, since you can understand what people say in Russian TV shows.






    Awarding of Leonid Brezhnev in connection with his 70th birthday (1976)

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    This is video footage shot on December 18, 1976, on awarding Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev with an honorary weapon (a nominal saber with a golden image of the State Emblem of the USSR).

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