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Spring (film)

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Country  Estonian SSR, Soviet Union
8.4/10 IMDb

Director  Arvo Kruusement
Language  Estonian
Spring (film) movie poster
Writer  Oskar Luts, Kaljo Kiisk, Voldemar Panso
Release date  January 5, 1970 (1970-01-05)
Based on  Kevade  by Oskar Luts

Kevade 1969 osa 1


Spring(s) may refer to:

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Spring (film) movie scenes
  • Spring (season), a season of the year
  • Spring (device), a mechanical device that stores energy
  • Spring (hydrology), a natural source of water
  • Spring (mathematics), a geometric surface in the shape of a helically coiled tube
  • Spring (political terminology), often used to name periods of political liberalization
  • Springs (tide), in oceanography, the spring tide
  • Bts spring day official mv


    Art

  • Primavera (painting) (English translation: Spring), a painting by Sandro Botticelli, c. 1482
  • Spring (painting), a 1894 oil painting by Lawrence Alma-Tadema
  • Spring, a painting by Édouard Manet
  • Spring, a painting by Christopher Williams
  • Film

  • In Spring (1929 film) (Весной), a Soviet film
  • Springtime (1947 film) (Весна), a Soviet film
  • Spring (1969 film) (Kevade), an Estonian film
  • The Spring, a 1989 US independent film
  • Spring (2014 film), an American romantic science fiction horror film
  • Literature

  • Spring (Runelords), a character in The Runelords series of fantasy novels by David Farland
  • Spring (Kevade), a novel by Oskar Luts; basis for the 1969 film (see above)
  • Groups

  • Spring (band), an English band, or the band's only album
  • Spring (Belgian band), a group that performed at Marktrock 2004
  • American Spring, a 1970s pop music duo, known from 1971/'72 as "Spring"
  • Springs, a Japanese band, formed by Aya Hirano, Yuuki Yoshida, Ayaka Itō
  • Albums and EPs

  • Spring (American Spring album), 1972
  • Spring (Cyann & Ben album), 2004
  • Spring (Tony Williams album), 1965
  • Spring (Jon Foreman EP), 2008
  • Spring (April EP), 2016
  • Spring (Akdong Musician EP), 2016
  • The Blake Project: Spring, an album by Finn Coren, 1997
  • Spring: The Appendix, a follow-up album, 1998
  • Spring, an album by Clay Hart, 1969
  • Spring, an EP by Subtle, 2003
  • Spring!, an album by The Lettermen, (1967)
  • Songs

  • "Spring" (song), a song by RMB, (1996)
  • Classical works

  • "Spring" (concerto), "La primavera", from Vivaldi's The Four Seasons
  • Spring (Rachmaninoff), a 1902 cantata by Sergei Rachmaninoff
  • "Spring" (Rammstein song)
  • "Spring" (sonata), Violin Sonata No. 5 by Beethoven
  • In Spring, a symphony by John Knowles Paine
  • Spring Symphony, a symphony by Benjamin Britten
  • Symphony No. 1 (Schumann) (Spring), by Robert Schumann
  • Publications

  • Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, a psychology journal
  • Television

  • "Spring" (Pee-wee's Playhouse), an episode of Pee-wee's Playhouse
  • Spring (TV series), a Flemish-Belgian television series
  • Business, government and education

  • Spring! (brand), a brand of bottled water
  • Spring (store), a Canada-based shoe retailer
  • Spring Airlines, a Chinese airline
  • SPRING Singapore, a governmental department of Singapore
  • Springs Christian Academy, a private school in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  • Springs Global, a Brazil-based corporation
  • The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, a museum in Hampshire, England
  • Computing

  • Spring (application), an E-commerce platform
  • Spring (game engine), an open-source RTS engine
  • Spring (operating system), an experimental operating system from Sun Microsystems
  • SPRING, a GIS and remote-sensing image-processing system with an object-oriented data-model
  • Spring Framework, an open-source application-framework for the Java platform
  • Groups

  • Spring baronets, of Pakenham
  • Spring family, English noble family
  • People with the given name

  • Spring Byington (1886–1971), American actress
  • Spring Cooper (born 1980), American academic and author
  • People with the surname

  • Amos Spring (1880–1958), English cricketer
  • Antoine Frédéric Spring (1814–1872), Belgian physician and botanist
  • Arthur Spring (born 1976), Irish Labour Party politician
  • Bryan Spring (born 1945), British jazz drummer
  • Charles A. Spring (1800–1892), American merchant and religious leader
  • Christopher Spring (born 1984), Canadian bobsledder
  • Cecil Spring Rice (1859–1918), British diplomat
  • Dick Spring (born 1950), Irish businessman and politician
  • Dryden Spring (born 1939), New Zealand businessman
  • George E. Spring (1859–1917), New York state senator
  • Howard Spring (1889–1965), Welsh author
  • Jack Spring (1933–2015), American baseball pitcher
  • Richard Spring, Baron Risby (born 1946), British politician
  • Rudi Spring (born 1962), German pianist and composer
  • Sherwood C. Spring (born 1944), United States Army officer and astronaut
  • Places

  • Spring (building), a residential condominium in Austin, Texas
  • Șpring, a commune in Alba County, Romania
  • Spring District, neighborhood in Bellevue, Washington
  • Spring, Texas, U.S.
  • Springs, Gauteng, South Africa
  • Springs, New York, a part of East Hampton, New York, U.S.
  • Springs, Pennsylvania, U.S.
  • Springs, the location of Dubai British School in Dubai
  • The Springs, California, U.S.
  • References

    Spring Wikipedia
    Spring (film) IMDb Spring (film) themoviedb.org


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