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US/international smileys VS Russian smileys
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A 1980 leaflet advertising a lottery where you could win money or prizes such as watches, fridges, radios, tape players, TV sets, pianos, motorcycles and cars.
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New Year postcards from the Soviet Union
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Animal breeder girls. Photo by Yuri Sadovnikov (Sakhalin, 1968).
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Winter in the Mariinsky Park by Lev Khodchenko, 1993 and 1970s
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Vintage pin of a traditional Russian wooden house of a wealthy family - terem. The pin reads “Teremok” which is a cute word for terem and also the name of the classic folk tale.
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Vintage 1″ tin buttons made in Estonia. $2.50/ea. Shipping is $5 for 1-2 of these, $9 for more.
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Irina Korsunskaya, Sofya Kallistratova, Mariya Slepak, Yuri Gastev. Lawyers, philosophers, dissidents. 1970s.
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View of the Historical Museum, Kremlin and the Red Square. Photo by Nikolai Rakhmanov (1970s).
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Soviet holiday postcards!
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“Happy New Year!”
“New Year presents, all kinds of foods, wines, fruit - buy in Gastronom stores!”
Ad leaflet from Leningrad, 1950.
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Photo by Yuri Sadovnikov (Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia, 1960s)
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Морозко [Morozko] / Jack Frost (1964)
Jack Frost (Russian: Морозко, Morozko) is a 1964 Soviet romantic fantasy film made by Gorky Film Studio. It was based on a traditional Russian fairy tale Morozko. It was directed by Alexander Rou, and starred Eduard Izotov as Ivan, Natalya Sedykh as Nastenka, and Alexander Khvylya as Father Frost.
The script was written by Nikolai Erdman. The soundtrack was composed by Nikolai Budashkin, who was inspired by the works of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
A version with an English dub was released in 1966 in the U.S. and was the one also spoofed on the cult TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000. It was also spoofed by the Rifftrax site in 2021.
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Russian in cats
1976
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Excerpts from “Last Year’s Snow Was Falling” (1983)
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Keeping up your Christmas spirit with these Soviet holiday postcards
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Teacher and art collector Kazimira Basevich in her apartment in Leningrad (1961)
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