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The Miraculous bell (Чудесный колокольчик), 1949On the motives of Russian national fairy tales The malicious stepmother orders to the old man to bring his daughter Mashenka to the wood. In the wood Masha gets into the house of the Bear. He orders to Masha to play with him blind man’s buff. The small mousy helps to Masha to deceive the Bear and to run away.
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Prostokvashino (Простоквашино), 1978-84Three from Prostokvashino (Russian: Трое из Простоквашино, tr. Troye iz Prostokvashino) is a 1978 Soviet animated film based on the children's book Uncle Fedya, His Dog, and His Cat by Eduard Uspensky. The film has two sequels, Vacations in Prostokvashino (Каникулы в Простоквашино) (1980) and Winter in Prostokvashino (Зима в Простоквашино) (1984).

The main character is a six-year-old boy who is called Uncle Fyodor (voiced by Mariya Vinogradova) because he is very serious. After his parents don't let him keep the talking cat Matroskin (voiced by Oleg Tabakov), Uncle Fyodor leaves his home. With the dog Sharik (voiced by Lev Durov), the three set up a home in the country village Prostokvashino (Russian: Простоквашино; IPA: [prəstɐˈkvaʂɨnə], "soured milk"). There they have many adventures, some involving the local mailman, Pechkin (voiced by Boris Novikov).
Small tales | Views: 7339 | Added by: Vik | Date: 05.09.2016 | Comments (0)

Winnie-the-Pooh (Винни Пух), 1969
Winnie-the-Pooh (Russian: Винни-Пух) is a 1969 animated film by Soyuzmultfilm directed by Fyodor Khitruk. The film is based on chapter one in the book series by A. A. Milne. It is the first part of a trilogy, along with two sequels: Winnie-the-Pooh Pays a Visit (Винни-Пух идёт в гости, 1971) and Winnie-the-Pooh and a Busy Day (Винни-Пух и день забот, 1972).
Small animal tales | Views: 5074 | Added by: Vik | Date: 03.09.2016 | Comments (0)

The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids (Волк и семеро козлят), 1957A wolf tricks seven kids into letting it into their house. The wolf eats all of the kids except one. The mother goat returns to find only one kid alive...
Small animal tales | Views: 2280 | Added by: Vik | Date: 02.09.2016 | Comments (0)

The Snow Queen (Снежная королева), 1957
The Snow Queen (Russian: Снежная королева, Snezhnaya koroleva) is a 1957 Soviet animated film directed by Lev Atamanov. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on the story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen. The film was re-released with English soundtracks in 1959, 1993, and 1998.
Fairytailes | Views: 7647 | Added by: Vik | Date: 01.09.2016 | Comments (0)

The Snow Maiden (Снегурочка), 1952Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden), the daughter of beauty the Spring and Ded Moroz, yearns for the companionship of mortal humans. She grows to like the Slavic god-shepherd named Lel, but her heart is unable to know love. Her mother takes pity and gives her this ability, but as soon as she falls in love, her heart warms up and she melts.
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Cinderella (Золушка), 1979
Cinderella (Russian: Золушка, Zolushka) is a 1979 animated Soviet film created by the studio Soyuzmultfilm. It is based on Charles Perrault's story, Cinderella.
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The Little Humpbacked Horse (Конек-горбунок), 1947The Humpbacked Horse (Russian: Конёк-Горбуно́к; tr.:Konyok Gorbunok, thas is The Little Horse - Little Humpback), dubbed in the United States as The Magic Pony, is a 1947 Soviet/Russian traditionally animated feature film directed by Ivan Ivanov-Vano and produced by the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow. The film is based on the poem by Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov, and because of this everyone in the film speaks in rhymes. A remake was made in 1977 by the same director and studio.
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The Frog Princess (Царевна лягушка), 1954In 1953 the idea to picturize this popular national fairy tale came to the director Mikhail Tsekhanovsky. Production took two years, the premiere took place in December, 1954. In present time the animated film is included in gold classics of "Soyuzmultfilm". In 1960 it won the prize "Silver Oak Leaf" on the IFF in Mar del Plata (Argentina).
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The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Knights (Сказка о мёртвой царевне и семи богатырях), 1951The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Knights (Russian: Сказка о мёртвой царевне и семи богатырях) is a 1833 fairy-tale poem by Aleksandr Pushkin. The story is based on the tale Little Snow White from Grimm's Fairy Tales. Pushkin owned a copy of the Grimms' Fairy Tales in a French translation called Vieux contes: pour l'amusement des grands et des petits enfants.

There also exists Pushkin's own outline of the story which he planned to write, but which does not much resemble the version he ultimately published.
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