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Soyuzmultfilm (Russian: Союзмультфильм, IPA: [səjʉsmʊlʲtˈfʲilʲm] listen, Union Cartoon) is a Russian animation studio based in Moscow. Launched in 1936, the studio has produced more than 1,500 cartoons. Soyuzmultfilm specializes in the creation of animated TV series, feature films and short films. The studio has made animated films in a wide variety of genres and art techniques, including stop motion, hand-drawn, 2D and 3D techniques. The "Golden Collection" of Soyuzmultfilm, produced from the beginning of the 1950s and to the end of the 1980s, is considered to be the classics of the animation genre and the best works of world-renowned directors, production designers and animators. Among the studio's best-known films are Hedgehog in the Fog (1975), the Cheburashka series (1969–1983), the Well, Just You Wait! series (since 1969), Karlsson-on-the-Roof (1968) and others. Many of the films rank among the classics of world animation, garnered a multitude of international and Russian awards and prizes, and became an integral part of Russian and global culture. In 2018, the studio released the feature film Hoffmaniada, which is a masterpiece of stop motion puppet animation, based on the tales of E.T.A. Hoffmann. The 3D full-length animated historical epic Suvor... ()

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Nu, pogodi!(1969-2012)

10min per episode | Kids & Family, Animation, Comedy
4.0/5 (with 30 votes)

Follows the comical adventures of a mischievous yet artistic wolf [Volk], trying to catch a hare [Zayats]. The series has additional characters that usually either help the hare or interfere with the wolf's plans.

Directed by Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin, Vladimir Tarasov, Aleksey Kotyonochkin

Hedgehog in the Fog(1975)

11min | Animation
3.7/5 (with 68 votes)

A little hedgehog, on the way to visit his friend the bear, gets lost in thick fog, where horses, dogs and even falling leaves take on a terrifying new aspect...

Directed by Yuri Norstein

Winnie-the-Pooh(1969)

3.6/5 (with 46 votes)

With a cheeky, down-to-earth charm that appeals to both children and adults, the series – beginning with 'Vinnie-Pukh (1969)' – has since developed something of a cult following, and are considered by many to decisively surpass their Disney counterparts, however uneasily they may fit into the official canon. The animation itself is somewhat coarse and minimalistic, but this all adds to the charm of it all, with the story and characters coming to life as though they have just stepped out of a picture-book.

Directed by Fyodor Khitruk

The Secret of the Third Planet(1981)

3.6/5 (with 33 votes)

At the end of the 22nd century Alisa Seleznyova, her father Professor Seleznyov and pilot Zelyony go on a space expedition to find rare animals for Moscow Zoo. On the way they seem to encounter a mysterious conspiracy led by Doctor Verhovtsev against legendary Two Captains Kim and Buran. The only clue is a talking bird Сhatterer [Govorun] that our heroes accidentally took possession of.

Tale of Tales(1979)

29min | Animation
3.8/5 (with 39 votes)

Skazka Skazok (Tale of Tales) is a 27-minute animated short film, considered the masterpiece of influential Russian animator Yuri Norstein. Told in a non-narrative style by free association, the film employs various techniques including puppets, cut-outs, and traditional cell animation. Using classical music and '30s jazz tunes instead of dialogue.

Directed by Yuri Norstein

The Snow Queen: Mirror Lands(2018)

3.9/5 (with 23 votes)

A mighty king has lost his family because of the Snow Queen. He finds a way to expel all magic creatures from his world to Mirrorlands. Gerda and Snow Queen, along with all wizards and magicians, have to forget their offenses and disputes to defend their right to exist and not to allow fairytales to disappear from our lives.

Directed by Robert Lence

Winnie-the-Pooh Goes Visiting(1971)

3.6/5 (with 36 votes)

This was the second of the Russian Winnie the Pooh series. This one had Pooh and Piglet visiting Rabbit for a meal with honey.

Directed by Fyodor Khitruk

There Once Was a Dog(1982)

3.9/5 (with 42 votes)

The day comes when an old watchdog becomes useless but the masters being kind don't decide to drive him away. However they turn exasperated when the Dog stays indifferent during a home theft. The Dog leaves for the forest, where he meets the Wolf, his old enemy.

Directed by Eduard Nazarov

The Snow Queen(1957)

3.3/5 (with 26 votes)

When the Snow Queen, a lonely and powerful fairy, kidnaps the human boy Kay, his best friend Gerda must overcome many obstacles on her journey to rescue him.

Directed by Lev Atamanov, Nikolay Fyodorov

Adventures of Mowgli(1973)

3.4/5 (with 25 votes)

Adventures of Mowgli is an animated feature-length story originally released as five animated shorts of about 20 minutes each between 1967 and 1971 in the Soviet Union.

Directed by Roman Davydov

Winter in Prostokvashino(1984)

16min | Animation
3.8/5 (with 24 votes)

A third movie about Fyodor and his friends from the Prostokvashino village and their adventures - this time during the winter.

Directed by Vladimir Popov

Karlson Returns(1970)

3.6/5 (with 20 votes)

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Directed by Boris Stepantsev
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The Bremen Town Musicians(1969)

3.5/5 (with 28 votes)

A musical film about the adventures of the wandering musicians from Bremen such as Troubadour, Donkey, Dog, Cat and Rooster. In one of the towns Troubadour falls in love with a Princess and makes up a plan how to get the King's confidence.

Junior and Karlson(1968)

3.4/5 (with 29 votes)

A Soviet cult cartoon, so untypical for a Western viewer, especially, a little one. A boy named Malysh ("A Little One") suffers from solitude being the youngest of the three children in a Swedish family. The acute sense of solitude makes him desperately want a dog, but before he gets one, he "invents" a friend - the very Karlson who lives upon the roof. So typical for the Russian culture spirit of mischief, which is, actually, never punished, and the notion that relative welfare not necessarily means happiness made the book by Astrid Lindgren and its TV adaptations tremendously popular in the Soviet Union and nowadays Russia and vice versa - somewhat alienated to the Western reader and viewer (see User's comments below). However, both the book and the cartoon are truly universal - entertaining and funny for the children and thought-provoking and somewhat sad for grownups.

Directed by Boris Stepantsev

Bobik Visiting Barbos(1977)

3.5/5 (with 15 votes)

Two dogs, one stray the other well-off, become friends.

Directed by Vladimir Popov

Vacations in Prostokvashino(1980)

18min | Animation
3.6/5 (with 27 votes)

The continuation of the adventures of Fyodor and his friends from the Prostokvashino village.

Directed by Vladimir Popov

Vovka in the Kingdom of Far Far Away(1965)

3.5/5 (with 18 votes)

A schoolboy gets into a fairy tale with the help of a librarian and DIY book. But life in the magical land is not as easy as it seems.

Directed by Boris Stepantsev

Winnie-the-Pooh and a Busy Day(1972)

3.6/5 (with 33 votes)

Another Russian Pooh story. This time the donkey, known from the Pooh stories as Eyeore, is sad because he has no tail. Pooh goes in search of one and finds it attached to a bell that hangs from the treehouse of one Owl.

Three from Prostokvashino(1978)

17min | Animation
3.6/5 (with 32 votes)

Little Fedor brings a cat to home despite his mother's distaste for cats. He runs away with his talking cat, to make more friends on the way.

Directed by Vladimir Popov

The Flying Ship(1979)

3.7/5 (with 13 votes)

- No description / details available yet. -

Directed by Garri Bardin

The Scarlet Flower(1952)

3.3/5 (with 12 votes)

Before going on an overseas journey, a merchant father asks his three daughters what they would like him to bring back for them. The eldest asks for a shining tiara, the middle asks for a frame through which her face would always appear young, and the youngest (Nastenka) asks her father to bring her a beautiful scarlet flower like one which she saw in her dreams. Her elder sisters laugh at this simple wish. The father's trip is successful and he finds everything that he came for, with the exception of Nastenka's scarlet flower. Nevertheless, the ship heaves off and they begin to head back while the father scans the lands around him for a scarlet flower.

Directed by Lev Atamanov

The Golden Antelope(1954)

31min | Animation
3.5/5 (with 13 votes)

It is a screen version of an Indian national fairy tale. Malicious and greedy rajah wishes to get a wonderful antelope who strikes gold coins by hoofs. The country boy rescues an antelope, but rajah, threatening the boy, compels the antelope to serve him but he is severely punished for it.

Directed by Lev Atamanov

Thumbelina(1964)

3.3/5 (with 18 votes)

A story based on the popular Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale "Thumbelina".

Directed by Leonid Amalrik

Boniface's Holiday(1965)

3.0/5 (with 17 votes)

A circus lion goes on holiday to Africa, but his circus skills doesn't let him be. Based on the tale of the Czech writer Milos Macourek "Boniface and his nephews».

Directed by Fyodor Khitruk

The Twelve Months(1956)

2.9/5 (with 15 votes)

A poor girl was given an impossible task by her stepmother: to gather snowdrops in a winter forest. Suddenly she stumbled across twelve brothers who happened to be the twelve months.

The Hunchedback Horse(1947)

3.1/5 (with 10 votes)

Adventures of Ivan the Fool and humpbacked horse in the world of kind magical creatures and cruel people.

Directed by Ivan Ivanov-Vano

Cipollino(1961)

3.3/5 (with 15 votes)

In a world inhabited by anthropomorphic produce, "Cipollino, the Onion Boy" fights the unjust treatment of his fellow vegetable townsfolk by the fruit royalty (Prince Lemon and the overly proud Lord Tomato) in the garden kingdom.

Directed by Boris Dyozhkin

The Cat Who Walked by Herself(1988)

1h 10min | Drama, Animation
3.2/5 (with 2 votes)

Two parents put their child in his crib for the night and leave the room. The child starts crying, and the Cat comes into the room to keep him company. The child grabs her tail, and the Cat angrily reminds him that they agreed a thousand years ago that he would not do that. Upon seeing that the child doesn't remember, the Cat sighs and decides to tell him the story from the beginning. The story starts when the planet was young and life on Earth is starting with dinosaurs.

Directed by Ideya Garanina

The Heron and the Crane(1974)

10min | Animation
3.2/5 (with 11 votes)

Animated short about a love between a heron and a crane.

Directed by Yuri Norstein

The Adventures of Buratino(1959)

3.0/5 (with 9 votes)

A wooden boy Buratino tries to find his place in life. He befriends toys from a toy theater owned by evil Karabas-Barabas, gets tricked by Alice the Fox and Basilio the Cat and finally discovers the mystery of a golden key given to him by kind Tortila the Tortoise.

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