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Yevgeny P. Leonov (2 September 1926 – 29 January 1994) was a famous Russian/Soviet actor who played main parts in several of the most famous Soviet films. Called "one of Russia's best-loved actors", he also provided the voice for many Soviet cartoon characters, including Winnie-the-Pooh.
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01 December 1986
The story takes place on the desert planet "Pluke" in the "Kin-dza-dza" galaxy, where two Soviet humans previously unknown to each other ("Uncle Vova", a gruff construction foreman from Moscow, and "The Fiddler", a student from Georgia) are stranded due to an accidental encounter with an alien teleportation device.
13 October 1975
The 1975 film by Georgi Daneliya "Afonya" was an unexpected commercial hit in USSR. The main character "Afonya" Borshev is a plumber, who spends his life partying with "buddies", many of whom he doesn't even remember after nights of heavy drinking.
06 June 1977
Georgian bush pilot Valentin (Valiko) Mizandari a.k.a. Mimino works at small local airlines, flying helicopters between small villages.
01 January 1989
Laughter and Grief by the White Sea is a 1987 Soviet traditionally animated feature film directed by Leonid Nosyrev made at the Soyuzmultfilm studio.
13 December 1971
A kindergarten director Troshkin is a dead ringer for a criminal nicknamed "Docent" who stole the priceless.
01 January 1988
Dragon, a bloody dictator, is challenged by Lancelot, who comes to save the girl, and to liberate the people.
06 June 1969
Benjamin, the local doctor is a soul of a local society, the educated, friendly, democratic person who often treats the poor for free.
12 December 1975
Five sad and funny romantic stories about love...
05 May 1976
Based on the book by Belgian XIX century author Charles de Coaster.
06 June 1966
Two children, Gerda and Kay, overcome the evil intentions of the Snow Queen with human love and a capacity to fight fear.
30 April 1971
The heroes of the movie last seen each other on the Belarusian railway station in the summer of 1945.
01 January 1993
A romantic story set in the early 1990s in post-Soviet Russia.
01 January 1969
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.
01 January 1971
This was the second of the Russian Winnie the Pooh series. This one had Pooh and Piglet visiting Rabbit for a meal with honey.
06 June 1975
Two students are late for the last commuter train and have to spend a night in a strange town. They rack their brains about where to find shelter and quite by chance they overhear a talk between father and son.
06 June 1979
Andrey Pavlovich Buzykin, who makes a living by teaching at an institute and translating English literature, is cheating on his wife.
06 June 1990
A man, who becomes mistaken for his brother who was immigrating to Israel from USSR, finds himself caught up in the middle of a bureaucratic mess when he realizes that if he tells the truth about who he is, he will go to jail and his brother's family will never be allowed to leave the USSR.
01 January 1972
Another Russian Pooh story. This time the donkey, known from the Pooh stories as Eyeore, is sad because he has no tail.
01 January 1974
A small construction team led by Potapov suddenly refuses to receive a bonus payment from their company for exceeding performance targets.
01 January 1982
Once an evil inventor created a mirror, "in which everything that was kind and good disappeared, and everything that was bad and obscene was reflected and seemed even worse".
01 January 1980
The small town agog Hussars entry. Love between cornet and the young actress suddenly faces intrigue made by a St.
01 July 1970
A story about a young man who's leading sometimes funny sometimes sad life in the village.
01 January 1978
A wizard invents characters who all come to life and start to arrive at his house: a King, his servants, a princes, a bear trapped in a man's body - the usual lot.
01 January 1979
Engineer Zilov, having woken up, finds the funeral wreath at his place – his friends' present. This rather symbolic joke makes him recollect the previous night as well as 2 last months.
06 June 1961
A Soviet cruise ship "Evgeni Onegin" is carrying cages with tigers and lions for a Soviet Circus. One loose monkey unlocks all cages, letting the tigers and lions out.
06 June 1955
A motor depot boss with links to black market traders sends the unsuspecting Rumyansev on a flight with stolen goods.
06 June 1968
A life of a countryside woman Virineya during the October Revolution in Russia in 1917.
06 June 1972
A young teacher goes to a school for adults. He is younger than many of his students and some of them are starting to miss school.
26 June 1987
Scamper is a little penguin who loves wandering around the Artic where he lives with his parents. Unfortunately his little adventures tend to get he, and his friend Snowflake into trouble, especially when he disobeys his father and goes exploring with seagulls who want to eat him flying above, and men and dogs on the ground with them.
06 June 1959
A drama about a complications in a newlyweds life.
01 January 1965
A comedy about the adventures of engineer Travkin after scientists discover he has 33 teeth.
06 June 1973
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hopelessly Lost is a 1973 Soviet adventure comedy directed by Georgi Daneliya based on Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
13 September 1964
A drama about Cossack life based on the short stories by Mikhail Sholokhov.
01 January 1968
Photo studio "Contemporary" in a provincial town lives with its everyday problems. The director is concerned over the failure to fulfill the planned targets, receptionist Alevtina wants to get married, and photographer Vladimir Oreshnikov dreams of becoming a professional photographer.
06 June 1969
This late 60s Russian films is set in 1920, just 3 years after the October revolution. Folks had the choice between red and white, revolution and contra revolution.
01 January 1986
A friendly moose lets an insect hitch a ride on his antlers. But the moose is soon taken advantage of, as more and more forest creatures (including a bear!) take up residence in his antlers.
06 June 1978
A funny musical based on the comedy "The Duenna" by British dramatist Richard B. Sheridan.
06 June 1955
A group of semitrailers is moving through a snow storm - and no one doesn't know that there is a spy between the drivers.
11 March 1959
Director of Museum of local lore Ivan Bazhanov, being an enthusiast of the business, went to seek the treasure, taking with him accidentally encountered him.
06 June 1957
A street is always full of surprises - especially for a young Police sergeant Shaneshkin and his future father-in-law.
18 January 1980
In Eastern Finland, in Liperi to be exact, Anna-Liisa Ihalainen asks her husband Antti to get some matches from the Ihalainen household.
31 August 1970
The film is dedicated to the great Russian composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893). It tells of the last twenty years of the great master’s life, of his friendship with Baroness von Meck, an outstanding woman of her time, who for many years was Tchaikovsky’s guardian angel.
31 May 1977
A Russian fairy tale
07 September 1981
Taiga tale about a tiger cub who warmed the seed of sunflower.
06 June 1982
An immaculate, vivid and breathtaking implementation of Swift's romanticism.