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Troe iz Prostokvashino (1978)

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Cast overview:
Oleg Tabakov ...
Matroskin the Cat (voice) (as O. Tabakov)
Valentina Talyzina ...
Mother (voice) (as V. Talyzina)
Mariya Vinogradova ...
Uncle Fyodor (voice) (as M. Vinogradova)
Boris Novikov ...
Pechkin the Postman (voice) (as B. Novikov)
Lev Durov ...
Sharik the Dog (voice) (as L. Durov)
German Kachin ...
Father (voice) (as G. Kachin)


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No argument here, it's a classic.
16 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Among the more perfect Soviet cartoons. No possible complaints about this one. It's compassionate, charming, and clever. A considerate, principled, not-vomit-inducingly-adorable boy, some witty anthropomorphic household pets, some bantering grown-ups to keep the adult contingency entertained, a hapless proletariat postal worker, and sincere, uncondescending Soviet wholesomeness and humor. Who could ask for anything more? Looking back at the pop culture of the Soviet sixties and seventies, when movies were original and funny, and cartoons were earnest and idealistic, when there wasn't sarcasm or cynicism, it does give you the perhaps entirely false but nonetheless sober impression that Soviet citizens were once happy, for a time. This cartoon is one of the reason Russians look back at this era nostalgically and to watch this cartoon is to fondly recollect the warmth and wit that that part of the world lost in the past two decades

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