Instead of considering postwar trophy films as a product of a revived 1920s distinction between entertaining and enlightening cinema, this study examines the place of trophy films in a cinema tradition that had striven since the release of Chapaev
(after a long pause): I am--for the International
una revolucion convertida en melodrama, al gusto estadounidense, ninguna obra de arte, sino "un produit de l'industrie cinematographique", (31) inferior tambien a la pelicula sovietica Chapaev
(1934), sobre Vasili Ivanovich Chapayev (1887-1919), comandante del ejercito rojo muerto en la guerra civil rusa.
and his comrades; war and the Russian literary hero across the twentieth century.
We get a crash course in current events, from the Kielce pogroms to Lysenko, from Chapaev
to Stalin's seventieth birthday, from drunk party officials to the building of the Palace of Culture.
Turning from the Jewish experience to the language of the Soviet state, Michael Gorham's brilliant contribution juxtaposes Red Cavalry with Dmitrii Furmanov's Chapaev
, a foundational text in the Soviet literary canon instrumental in developing a new revolutionary discourse.
Particularly, residents of the residential area called Rabochy Gorodok blocked Chapaev
Street in the evening of January 23.
1999) [hereinafter EFFICIENCY]; Marc Blessing, The Law Applicable to the Arbitration Clause and Arbitrability, in EFFICIENCY, supra, at 168, 172; Roman Chapaev
& Veronica Bradautanu, International Commercial Arbitration in the CIS and Mongolia, 17 AM.
Vasil'ev is best known for co-directing the 1934 civil war film Chapaev
Several important cycles not directly related to the country's political leadership are also represented, including ethnic jokes about Georgians and the Chukchi people of Arctic Siberia, the enormous series of jokes in the form of questions to and satirical answers from Armenian Radio, and jokes about the legendary peasant general of the Russian Civil War, Vasilii Ivanovich Chapaev
The International Reception of Early Soviet Sound Cinema: Chapaev
in Britain and America.
Kirov class (1935-39) and two of the Chapaev
class (completed only after