Call number: DVD-2388

OTSEP, Fedor with BARNET, Boris
Miss Mend (Prikliucheniia trekh reporterov) [Miss Mend (The Adventures of Three Reporters)]

Mezhrabpom-Rus´, 1926; released 26 October 1926
Screenplay: Vasilii Sakhnovskii, Fedor Otsep, Boris Barnet, based on Marietta Shaginian's novel Mess-Mend
Photography: Evgenii Alekseev
Production design: Vladimir Egorov
Miss Vivian Mend, a typist		Natal´ia Glan
Tom Hopkins, a clerk			Igor´ Il´inskii
Snap photographer			Vladimir Fogel´
Reporter				Boris Barnet
Chiche					Sergei Komarov
Arthur Stern / Engineer Johnson		Ivan Koval´-Samborskii
Gordon Stern, his father		Mikhail Rozen-Sanin
Elizabeth Stern, his stepmother		Natal´ia Rozenel´
Miss Vivian's nephew			S. Gets
Kol´ka a homeless child			Tania Mukhina
Newspaper editor			P. Poltoratskii
Bandit					Petr Repnin
Policeman				Vladimir Ural´skii
Waiter					Mikhail Zharov
Typist					Anel´ Sudakevich
With: 					Irina Volodko, Dmitrii Kapka
250 minutes
English subtitles, added music score

On 2 DVDs

This is DVD 2, containing part 3, 75 minutes

Region code 0
Aspect ratio 1.33:1
Languages English subtitles only
Features New orchestral score by Robert Israel
Booklet essay 'Miss Mend and Soviet Americanism', by Ana Olenina and Maxim Podorovkin
'Miss Mend: A Whirlwind Vision of an Imagined America', 2009, directed by Ana Olenina and Maxim Podorovkin, 22 minutes
'The Music behind Miss Mend: The Invisible Orchestra', 12½ minutes
Source Flicker Alley

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