Photos from Russia and not only in the 1990s. May include photos from the 2000s. Dear Fishkians, all these photos are not for you to quarrel – these photos are for those who forgot to remember and those who sat on the potty to see!
Just a photo about life at that time. Although life was different for everyone, but the time was the same for everyone! And of course for many to remember their youth!!! Enjoy (or not so pleasant) viewing! Do not swear!
I wish you all a good mood!
Group “Brilliant” with the guys from the backup dancers. Russia, 1990s.
Girl posing in nature, 1995.
Valdis Pelsh with young fans, after filming the Guess the Melody program. Moscow, Ostankino, 1996.
At the end of 1994, Listyev, together with his colleague and friend Yuri Nikolaev, began to develop the idea of a new musical program on the future ORT television channel. The first candidate for the role of the host of the TV show was the vocalist of the Bravo group Valery Syutkin, but he refused, believing that this would lead to the collapse of the musical group. On the recommendation of Syutkin, Vladislav Listyev attended a concert of the “Accident” group and noticed one of its members, Valdis Pelsh, there. Listyev invited Pelsh to the VID television company and explained to him his concept of a television program based on the American Name That Tune format.
The first filming of the TV game took place in March 1995, two weeks after the murder of Vladislav Listyev. Initially, Valdis Pelsh could not cope with the work of the presenter in the frame (for example, the program management did not like the first two pilot episodes and were subsequently erased), but soon began to get used to it.
This filming cycle was carried out for 40 days in a row, during which time 143 episodes were filmed – this is one of the unique cases in the history of not only the TV program itself, but also Russian television as a whole.
Under a contract with the VID television company, Pelsh did not have the right to appear in third-party ORT projects. Filming one issue cost “VID” $ 4,000, including the cost of their organization and the purchased license.
Young people on a walk, 1990s.
Natalia Stetsenko and Vladimir Voroshilov, authors of the television game What? Where? When?”, 1996.
Kazan crime boss Rashid Gainutdinov and singer Kai Metov, 1990s.
International Theater Festival “Frontiers”.
The “author and performer of songs of civil content” Nikita Dzhigurda is performing.
Group “Hands Up!” and soloist of the Revolvers group Alexey Elistratov, 2000.
Advertisement for Konica film. Moscow, 1997.
Ilya Lagutenko at the show of the “Givenchy” collection in the Moscow metro, 1997.
In one of the depots of the Moscow metro, not far from the Sokol station, with a significant gathering of secular people and professional journalists, a show of the autumn-winter collection of 1997-1998 at Givenchy was held. At the invitation of the Bosco di Cileggi Gallery, Givenchy’s Chief Artistic Director, beloved gossip hero Alexander McQueen, who recently received Britain’s highest award in fashion and design, came to the show. For the first time in the history of Moscow shows, representatives of the capital’s fashion circles traveled to the show on special trains with waiters carrying juices and champagne.
The visit to Moscow of the young but already well-known British fashion designer Alexander McQueen can be called a grandiose achievement of the capital’s merchants and the main event of the fashionable life of the capital in November 1997. While waiting for the special trains that were supposed to take them to the depot, the guests jostled cheerfully at the Mayakovskaya station, attracting the attention of ordinary passengers. Among those who certainly wanted to watch the show of the new main artist Givenchy were Alexander Lyubimov, Artemy Troitsky, Tatyana Mikhalkova, Dolores Kondrasheva, Valentin Gneushev, Stas Namin, as well as many Russian fashion designers and stylists. Some of the stars, by their own admission, have not been down the subway for more than five years, and therefore willingly commented in conversations with reporters on the changes that have taken place in the “subway” during this time.
Alain Delon, Alexander Lebed with his wife Inna, 1998.
Clothes market Cherepovets 1990
Tyumen children in those years rode on cartons, not on ice skates, walked in felt boots and fluffy or “leopard” hats and fur coats. And they were not even afraid of thirty-degree frosts! Masha is on the far right
Photo: Maria Tokmakova
Girls’ holiday. Russia, 1996
Market on Revolution Square. Chelyabinsk, 1990-1995
Graduates of 1996.
Unknown celebration of the 90s
Yuri Nikulin at the construction site of his dacha. Russia, mid 90s
Student hostel of the 90s
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