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An oddly Russian Sinbad seeks to bring happiness to his people - first by trying to give money and goods to the poor, then by seeking out the Blue Bird of Happiness. Written by
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I gave 10 points to the original Russian version...
I gave 10 points to the original Russian version which I saw with Spanish subtitles. Along with Ptushko's "The Stone Flower", it has been treasured in my mind for three long decades. Was the Coppola's translation that bad? I can't hardly imagine that.
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