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 ... See full summary »
I've watched it in the summer of 1992. I was a kid at the time and there was no internet, no computer, no DVD player, no cable well I think the world itself was a kid too !
I was watching an episode per day in our national TV at 5 p.m and what an enjoyable short time I was having. It was so fun to watch especially with all the nice simplicity, the true comic talents and the storyline which made the novel so easy like a cat mouse chase.
As for the theme song let me tell you; I loved it to the extent that I recorded it on a cassette tape at the moment and how I sang it so many times because its childish mirth and charm (of course great thanks to the previous commenter who wrote the whole lyrics).
And I recorded also the constant final phrase of every episode when (Phileas Fogg) congratulates his devoted servant and partner for having victory on their enemy (as well as having us delighted) by his saying : "Good Show Passepartout".. Indeed.
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