Call number: DVD-4675


Skazki russkikh pisatelei, 5

Consisting of:

BRUMBERG, Valentina AND BRUMBERG, Zinaida
Propavshaia gramota [The Lost Letter]

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1945; released December 1945
Screenplay: Valentina Brumberg, Zinaida Brumberg, Zinovii Kalik, based on the story by Nikolai Gogol´
Photography: Nikolai Voinov, Elena Petrova
Production design: Evgenii Migunov, Anatolii Sazonov
Music: Serafim Vasilenko
The Cossack voiced by Mikhail Ianshin
The Zaporozhets voiced by Boris Livanov
The witch voiced by Sergei Martinson
The scribe voiced by Leonid Pirogov
Narrator: Vasilii Kachalov

40 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

IVANOV-VANO, Ivan
Lesnoi kontsert [The Concert in the Woods]

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1953; released February 1954
Screenplay: Sergei Mikhalkov, based on his fables 'Slon-zhivopisets' and 'Dve podrugi'
Photography: Nikolai Voinov
Production design: Mikhail Botov, Konstantin Karpov, Anatolii Savchenko
Music: Aleksandr Tsfasman
Voiced by Georgii Milliar, Erast Garin, Mariia Mironova

10 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

SAZONOV, Panteleimon
Okhotnich´e ruzh´e [The Hunter's Rifle]

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1948; released 4 July 1949
Screenplay: Sergei Mikhalkov
Photography: Mikhail Druian
Production design: Konstantin Zotov
Music: Igor´ Morozov

10 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

AND

BABICHENKO, Dmitrii
Kem byt´? [Who to Be?]

Soiuzmul´tfil´m, 1948; released 29 October 1948
Screenplay: Dmitrii Babichenko, Iurii Ganf, based on the poem by Vladimir Maiakovskii
Photography: Mikhail Druian
Production design: Grigorii Kozlov
Music: N. Ivanov-Radkevich

10 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

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

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