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Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin (1927–2000)

Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin was born on June 20, 1927 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]. He is known for Well, Just You Wait! (1969), Fuse (1962) and Vsyo dlya vas (1965). He died on November 20, 2000 in Moscow, Russia. See full bio »


(age 73) in Moscow, Russia

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Known For

Fuse Director
Vsyo dlya vas Animation Department
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 1998 Stories from My Childhood (TV Series) (animator - 1 episode)
- Beauty and the Beast (A Tale of the Crimson Flower) (1998) ... (animator - as C. Kotionochkin)
 1981 The Cat and the Canary (Short) (animator)
 1968 Mowgli. Kidnapping (Short) (artist - as V. Kotenochkin)
 1966 Ivan Ivanovitch Got Sick (Short) (animator)
 1965 Vsyo dlya vas (animator - as ív. Kotyonochkin)
 1964 Tracks on the Asphalt (Short) (animator)
 1962 The Queen Toothbrush (Short) (animator)
 1962 The Wild Swans (animator)
 1962 The Bath House (designer - as V. Kotyonochkin)
 1961 The Dragonfly and the Ant (Short) (animator)
 1960 A Sober Sparrow (Short) (animator)
 1960 The Firefly No. 1 (Short) (animator)
 1959 An Amber Castle (Short) (animator)
 1959 At Exactly Three Fifteen ... (Short) (animator)
 1959 The Birthday Party (Short) (animator)
 1959 The Thieves of Color Paints (Short) (animator)
 1959 Three Woodsmen (Short) (animator)
 1958 The Cat's House (Short) (animator)
 1958 The Fox and the Wolf (Short) (animator)
 1958 The Mushroom Teremok (Short) (animator)
 1958 The Secret of the Far Away Island (Short) (animator)
 1958 The Tale About Malchish-Kibalchish (Short) (animator)
 1957 A Brave Little Deer (Short) (animator)
 1957 Familiar Pictures (Short) (animator)
 1957 Once Upon a Time (Short) (animator - as V. Kotyonochkin)
 1957 The Wolf and the Seven Kids (Short) (animator)
 1957 Privet druzyam (Short) (animator)
 1956 A Little Ship (Short) (animator)
 1956 A Million in the Sack (Short) (animator - as V. Kotenochkin)
 1956 Old Friends (Short) (animator)
 1956 The Little Shego (Short) (animator)
 1955 A Brave Hare (Short) (animator)
 1955 An Unusual Match (Short) (animator)
 1955 What Kind of Bird Is This? (Short) (animator)
 1955 The Dog and the Cat (Short) (animator)
 1955 A Hazel Tree Twig (Short) (animation)
 1954 A Dangerous Prank (Short) (animator)
 1954 An Arrow Flies Into a Fairy Tale (Short) (animator)
 1954 The Golden Antelope (Short) (animator)
 1954 The Orange Neck (Short) (animator)
 1953 Brothers Lu (Short) (animator)
 1952 Kashtanka (Short) (animator)
 1952 The Scarlet Flower (Short) (animator - as S. Kotenochkin)
 1952 The Snow Maiden (animator)
 1951 A High Hill (Short) (animator)
 1951 Forest Travellers (Short) (animator)
 1950 Magic Treasure (Short) (animator - as S. Kotyonochkin)
 1950 The Deer and the Wolf (Short) (animator - as V. Kotenochkin)
 1950 The Grandpa and His Little Grandson (Short) (animator)
 1950 The Robust (Short) (animator)
 1949 The Lion and the Hare (Short) (animator - as V. Kotyonochkin)
 1949 The Stranger's Voice (Short) (animator)
 1948 Polcan and Shavka (Short) (animator)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Director of "Fitil", a satirical short series about the Soviet reality.

Alternate Names:

S. Kotenochkin | V. Kotenochkin | C. Kotionochkin | S. Kotyonochkin | V. Kotyonochkin | ív. Kotyonochkin

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Awarded for "Sledy na asfalte" at the IV International Film Festival in Budapest, Hungary in 1967.

Awarded for "Nu, pogodi" at the XXVIII Sports Film Festival in Cortina d Ampezzo, Italy in 1972. See more »

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