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“One cowboy, two cowboy” is a Soviet animated film released in 1981. Director: Anatoliy Reznikov. Screenwriter: Arkadiy Khait.
The main characters are a cowboy and his cow. It is one of the classic Soviet cartoons. Almost all children in the Soviet Union saw it.
“Deep blue sea, light white foam” is a Soviet (Armenfilm) animated short captured by Robert Sahakyants in 1984. It is a musical fantasy on the themes of Armenian folk tales.
In spite of an ancient story, the cartoon is full with allusions to the modern realities. It is especially relevant in the contemporary Russian realities where the main values of many people are only money and power.
“Under Yesteryear’s Snowfall” is an animated film made in 1983 by the Soviet filmmaker Alexander Tatarsky based on a script of Sergey Ivanov. The cartoon is performed in the technique of plasticine animation.
It is a funny psychedelic Christmas story about a peasant going to forest in search of a Christmas tree.
The cartoon is distinguished by the fact that the aphoristic remarks of the characters, full of absurdist humor, turned to folk sayings.
Truthful animation video about the difficulties that may face foreign businessman in Russia.
Russia is “known” as country of bears, vodka etc. And the following cartoon proves it! Just look at this story by Russian animation studio “Spirtovka” named “True Russia: Stolen Vodka”.
The creativity and imagination of Soviet animators were endless. Just look at the following cartoon named “Masha is not a lazy person anymore”. The music is FatBoy Slim – Ya Mama (Push The Tempo).