Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The Soviet period of history, not least notable for its cinematography. This is evidenced by at least the fact that the quotes from a variety of films left in the nation right after the premiere and walk there so far.

Of particular interest are films based on the works of foreign authors, which takes place is clearly not in the Soviet Union. Because take a rather big crew outside the state it was quite difficult for the filming had to find a place in the Soviet Union, which would visually resemble each country.

We have created for you a selection of such sites.

"The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Jauniela Street in Riga played the role of Baker Street in the first part of the Soviet TV series Sherlock Holmes ( "Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson", 1980).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The house on Brixton Road (where they killed Drebber) starred in this St. Petersburg. This country house of Princess Saltykova ( "Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson", 1980).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Another part of the television series, "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1981), filmed in Tallinn, on Hobusepea street.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

A scene from the movie "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1981).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Riga Esplanade Park and the Latvian Academy of Arts ( "Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson", 1979).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Riga Esplanade Park and the Latvian Academy of Arts ( "Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson", 1979).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The building of the Russian Geographical Society (hotel "Northumberland" in the movie "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles", 1981)

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Estonia, Tallinn, Pikk Street ( "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles", 1981)

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Estonia, Tallinn, Pikk Street ( "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles", 1981)

"The Three Musketeers"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The Church of Lady of the Snows - "House of Mr. Bonacieux," from the movie "The Three Musketeers" (1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Potocki Palace, Lviv region - Monsieur de Treville's house ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Potocki Palace, Lviv region - Monsieur de Treville's house ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The Armenian Cathedral, Lviv - Monastery Desho ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The Palace of Cardinal Richelieu from the movie "The Three Musketeers" (1978) was filmed in the House of Scientists in Lviv.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The House of Scientists, Lviv ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The Church of St. Anthony, Lvov, also became a place for filming action in the palace of Cardinal Richelieu ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Bernardine Church and Monastery, Lviv ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Bernardine Church and Monastery, Lviv ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Olesko Castle, Lviv region - Buckingham Palace ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Pidhirtsi Castle, Lviv region, Ukraine - Paris City Hall ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Svirzh Castle - ancestral castle of D'Artagnan, the Carmelite convent at Bethune, the house of the executioner, Bastion Saint-Gervais, etc. ( "The Three Musketeers", 1978)...

"The Diamond Arm"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

"Damn it!" Istanbul for the movie "The Diamond Arm" (1968) was recorded in Baku, Kichik Gala street.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Baku, Kichik Gala Street today.

"The Adventures of Electronics"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

In the castle of Trakai (Lithuania) were shooting scenes of the movie "The Adventures of Electronics" (1979).

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

For example, this.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The rest of the "foreign" scenes, including that part of the film, where he plays the song "Beat the clock on the old tower", also filmed in Lithuania.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

The place was chosen well-preserved Old Town of Vilnius.

"The Amphibian Man"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

"The Amphibian Man", 1961. The shooting of this scene took place in Crimea, in the Bay of Balaclava.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Hunt Ihtiandra arranged under a rock Iphigenia in Crimea, in the village of Riverside (at the time - Castropol) not far from Yalta.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

A meeting Ihtiandra and Gutierrez actually took place not in Argentina, and in the Blue bay of Sevastopol.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Buenos Aires role played Baku ( "Amphibian Man", 1961).

"A Man from Boulevard des Capucines"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Santa Carolina ( "The Man from Boulevard des Capucines", 1987) established themselves in the Crimea, near Koktebel.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Most "wild west" prairie settle in Belogorsk district of Crimea, in the village of White Rock ( "The Man from Boulevard des Capucines", 1987).

"The Adventures of Pinocchio"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

This episode of the film "The Adventures of Pinocchio" (1975) filmed near Crimea Foros.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Urban scenes of the movie were filmed in Vilnius.

"The Snow Queen"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

film adaptation of Andersen fairy tale "The Snow Queen" (1966) filmed in Tallinn.

"Seventeen Moments of Spring"

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Berne street from the floral film "17 Moments of Spring", where the turnout was a Soviet intelligence officer "failed", filmed in Riga Jauniela street.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

Pastor Schlag crossing the Swiss border on the set in Georgia.

Foreign in the Soviet cinema

A shot in Berlin Berlin itself, in its eastern part.