The House on Trubnaya

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The House on Trubnaya
The House on Trubnaya.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Boris Barnet
Written by Nikolai Erdman
Anatoli Marienhof
Starring Vera Maretskaya
Vladimir Fogel
Cinematography Yevgeni Alekseyev
Release dates
  • 1928 (1928)
Running time
64 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

The House on Trubnaya (Russian: Дом на Трубной, translit. Dom na Trubnoy) is a 1928 comedy film directed by Boris Barnet and starring Vera Maretskaya.[1]


The film is set in Moscow at the height of the NEP. The petty-bourgeois public carries out their philistine life full of bustle and gossip in the house on the Trubnaya Street. One of the tenants, Mr. Golikov (Vladimir Fogel), owner of a hairdressing salon, is looking for a housekeeper who is modest, hard-working and non-union. A suitable candidate for use seems to him a country girl nicknamed Paranya, full name Praskovya Pitunova (Vera Maretskaya). Soon the house on Trubnaya receives shocking news that Praskovya Pitunova is elected deputy of the Mossovet by the maids Trade Union ...



  1. ^ "New York Times: The House on Trubnaya". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-08-03. 

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