The Soviet Film Industry

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INDEX OF FILMS
Abbreviations Commonly Used for the Names of Film Organizations Mentioned in the Index:
Armenkino -- Ob"yedineniye gosudarstvennoi foto-kinopromyshlennosti Armenii (Combine of the State Photo-Movie Industry of Armenia)
Azerfil'm -- Azerbaidzhan Film Studio
Belgoskino -- Belorusskoye gosudarstvennoye upravleniye po de lam kinematografii i fotografii (Byelorussian State Administration for Cinema and Photography Affairs)
Chuvashkino -- Chuvash A.S.S.R. Movie
Goskino -- Tsentral' noye gosudarstvennoye fotokinopredpriyatiye (Central State Photo-Movie Enterprise)
Goskinoprom Gruzii -- Gosudarstvennaya kinopromyshlennost' Gruzii (State Movie Industry of Georgia)
Lenfil'm -- Leningradskaya kinostudiya khudozbestvennykh fil'mov (Leningrad Art Film Studio)
Leningradkino -- Leningrad Movie Studio
Mezhrabpom-Rus' -- Mezbdunarodnaya rabochaya pomoshcb'-Rus' (International Workers Aid -- Rus')
Mosfil'm -- Moskovskaya kinostudiya khudozhe stvennykb fil'mov ( Moscow Art Film Studio)
Proletkino -- Proletarian Culture Movie Stock Company
Proletkul't -- Proletarskaya kul'turnoprosvetitel'skaya organizatsiya (Proletarian Cultural and Educational Organization)
Sevzapkino -- Severo-zapadnoye oblastnoye fotokinoupravleniye (Northwest Oblast Photo-Movie Administration)
Sovkino -- Soviet Movie
Soyuzdetfil'm -- Vsesoyuznaya studiya detskikb fil'mov (All- Union Studio of Children,'s Films)
Soyuzfil'm -- Trust for Production of Art [Feature] Films in the R.S.F.S.R.
Soyuzkino -- Vsesoyuznoye ob"yedineniye kino-foto promyshlennosti (All-Union Combine of the Movie- Photo Industry)
Soyuzmul'tfil'm -- Vsesoyuznaya studiya mul'tiplikatsionnykh fil'mov (All-Union Studio of Cartoon Films)
Stereostudiya -- Stereoskopicheskaya kinostudiya (Stereoscopic Studio)
Ukrainfil'm -- Gosudarstvennyi ukrainskii trest kinopromyshlennosti (Ukrainian State Trust of the Film Industry)
Uzbekgoskino -- Uzbek State Movie
Vostok-kino -- East Movie
VUFKU -- Vseukrainskoye fotokinoupravleniye (All-Ukrainian Photo-Movie Administration)

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