The Soviet Film Industry

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SUBJECT INDEX
actors, 43, 67, 92-95, 238, 297, 306-307; see also Theater of the Film Actor; studios, working conditions in
Administration for Capital Construction, 288; structure of, 293
advertisement and publicity, 91, 141, 250, 251
age roles in films, quantitative analysis of, 218, 221, 228, 229- 230; in American films, 235 n.10
Agitation and Propaganda, Department of, of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 15, 51, 276
agitki, 66, 67, 100, 116, 117, 128, 144
Air Force, Soviet, members of depicted in films, 154, 182, 195
alcoholism, campaign against, in films, 100, 128, 145
All-Russian Movie Committee, 6-7, 248, 313
All-Russian Photo-Movie Department of the People's Commissariat of Education (Vserossiiskii fotokinootdel narodnovo komissariata prosveshcheniya), 8, 9, 11, 12, 53 notes 25 and 29; decrees on, 268-270, 273- 275
All-Ukrainian Photo-Movie Administration (Vseukrainskoye fotokinoupravleniye, abbreviated VUFKU), 26, 136, 142
All- Union Combine of the Movie- Photo Industry (Vsesoyuznoye ob"yedineniye kinofoto promyshlennosti, abbreviated Soyuzkino): formation of, 27-32, 249, 280-281 (decree); administrative changes in, 32-33; reorganization of into Main Administration of the Movie-Photo Industry, 33-35, 282-284 (decree)
All- Union Congress of Soviet Writers, 104, 154
All- Union Construction Office for the Film Industry (Soyuzkinopromstroi), 60 n.128
All- Union Leninist Communist League of Youth, see Komsomol
All- Union Office for Movie Rental (Vsesoyuznaya kontora po prokatu kinofil'mov, abbreviated Soyuzkinoprokat), 288, 292
All- Union Office for Supply of Movie Networks (Soyuzkinosnab), 289, 292
All- Union Publishing House of Literature on Motion Pictures and Photography (Kinofotizdat), 37
All- Union Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries (Vsesoyuznoye obshchestvo kul'turnoi suyazi s zagranitsei, abbreviated VOKS), 250
All- Union State Office for Movie Export and Import (Vsesoyuznoye ob"yedineniye dlya vvoza kino- i fototovarov, abbreviated Soyuzintorgkino), 34, 37, 249- 250, 293

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