Fragments of the film 'Ivan Vasilyevich changes his profession'.
Soviet fantastic comedy in 1973, directed by Leonid Gaidai, based on the play by Mikhail Bulgakov 'Ivan Vasilyevich'. The film tells about the engineer-inventor Shurik, who created a time machine that opens its doors in the 16th century - during the time of Ivan the Terrible, as a result of which the tsar finds himself in Soviet Moscow, and his namesake is not a very smart official Ivan Bunsha, together with the apartment thief Georges Miloslavsky - in the chambers of the king.
The leader of the Soviet film distribution in 1973 - over 60 million viewers.
In fact, the filming of the 'royal chambers' took place not in the Moscow Kremlin or the Aleksandrovskaya Sloboda (the residence of Ivan the Terrible), but in the Kremlin of the city of Rostov.