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The Snow Queen Director
The Magic Carpet Director


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 1998 Stories from My Childhood (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- The Snow Queen (1998)
 1997 Animated Soviet Propaganda (Video documentary) (short films)
 1976-1980 A Kitten Named Woof (TV Series short) (4 episodes)
- Chetvertaya istoriya (1980) ... (as L. Atamanov)
- Tretya istoriya (1979) ... (as L. Atamanov)
- Vtoraya istoriya (1977) ... (as L. Atamanov)
- Episode #1.1 (1976) ... (as L. Atamanov)
 1975 I Remember (TV Short)
 1972 Vyshe golovu! (Short)
 1970 It's in Our Power (Short)
 1969 Ballerina on the Boat (Short)
 1968 A Bench (Short)
 1966 The Bouquet (Short)
 1963 Jokes (Short)
 1961 The Key
 1957 The Snow Queen (as L. Atamanov)
 1955 The Dog and the Cat (Short)
 1954 The Golden Antelope (Short)
 1952 The Scarlet Flower (Short) (as L. Atamanov)
 1950 The Yellow Stork (Short)
 1948 The Magic Carpet (Short)
 1941 Tertern u aytze (Short)
 1938 The Dog and the Cat (Short)
 1931 Crossroads (Short)
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Alternate Names:

L. Atamanov | A. Lamanov

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In 2018 film company "Master Film" released the documentary "I love my fairy tales" about Lev Atamanov's creative journey. See more »

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