Call number: DVD-4673


Skazki russkikh pisatelei, 3

Consisting of:

TSEKHANOVSKII, Mikhail
Tsvetik-Semitsvetik [The Seven-Coloured Flower]

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1948; released 4 July 1949
Screenplay: Valentin Kataev, based on his fairy tale of the same name
Photography: Mikhail Druian
Production design: Lev Mil´chin, Vera Roggero
Music: Iurii Levitin
Song lyrics: Mikhail Vol´pin
Grandmother voiced by Tat´iana Barysheva
Zhenia voiced by Natal´ia Zashchipina
Vitia voiced by Boria Omekhin

21 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

BRUMBERG, Valentina AND BRUMBERG, Zinaida
Tri tolstiaka [Three Fat Men]

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1963; released 11 April 1963
Screenplay: Viktor Shklovskii, based on the fairy tale by Iurii Olesha
Photography: Elena Petrova
Production design: Lana Azarkh, Valentin Lalaiants
Music: Aleksandr Varlamov
Dr Gaspar voiced by Lev Sverdlin
Suok voiced by Nadezhda Rumiantseva
Tutti voiced by Mariia Vinogradova
Auntie Ganimed voiced by Tat´iana Pel´ttser
Prospero voiced by Oleg Efremov
Tibul voiced by Aleksei Konsovskii
The Three Fat Men voiced by Andrei Tutyshkin
Narrator: Iakov Smolenskii

34 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

TRUSOV, Aleksandr AND KOTENOCHKIN, Viacheslav
Liagushka-puteshestvennitsa [The Little Travelling Frog]

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1965; released 2 June 1965
Screenplay: Nikolai Erdman, based on the fairy tale by V. Garshin
Photography: Elena Petrova
Production design: Aleksandr Trusov, Viacheslav Kotenochkin
Music: Mikhail Meerovich
Film voiced by Larisa Pashkova, Erast Garin, Elena Ponsova and Mikhail Ianshin

18 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

KARAVAEV, Valentin
Mumu

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1987
Screenplay: Aleksandr Kostinskii, Valentin Karavaev, based on the story by Ivan Turgenev
Photography: Valerii Strukov
Production design: Galina Mel´ko, Gelii Arkad´ev
Music: Aleksandr Raskatov
Narrator: Aleksandr Kaliagin

19 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages No subtitles
Features Film and Chapter selection
Source Krupnyi plan

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