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Eduard Uspenskiy (1937–2018)

Eduard Uspenskiy was born on December 22, 1937 in Egorievsk, Moskovskaya oblast, USSR as Eduard Nikolaevich Uspenskiy. He is known for his work on God khoroshego rebyonka (1991), Tam, na nevedomykh dorozhkakh... (1983) and Noch' Naprolyot (2011). He was married to Eleonora Filina, Elena Uspenskaya and Rimma Uspenskaya. He died on August 14, 2018 ... See full bio »


(age 80) in Moscow, Russia

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 2014 Cheburashka
 2010 Cheburashka
 2002 Sovety professora Chaynikova (TV Series)
 1993 Tri tipa i skripach (Short)
 1988 Zagadka (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1986 Akademik Ivanov (TV Short)
 1986 Pro Veru i Anfisu (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1986 Sledstvie vedut Kolobki (TV Mini-Series short)
 1985 Pro Sidorova Vovu (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1984 Winter in Prostokvashino (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1983 Cheburashka idyot v shkolu (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1983 Tam, na nevedomykh dorozhkakh... (story "Vniz po volshebnoy reke")
 1981 Ivashka iz Dvortsa pionerov (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1981 Plastilinovaya vorona (TV Short) (poem "A mozhet, a mozhet..." - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1980 Olimpiada-80. Dzyu-do (Short)
 1980 School Holidays in Prostokvashino (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1979 Baba-yaga protiv! (Short) (as E. Uspenskiy)
 1979 Dyadyushka Au (TV Short)
 1979 Dyadyushka Au v gorode (TV Short) (writer)
 1979 Oshibka dyadyuski Au (TV Short)
 1978 Troe iz Prostokvashino (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1976 Osminozhki (TV Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1975 Ekhal Vanya (Short)
 1975 Kartina. Ekhal Vanya. (TV Short)
 1975 Slono-dilo-syonok (Short)
 1974 Ptichiy rynok (Short)
 1974 Shapoklyak (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1972 Cheburashka (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1971 Razgrom (TV Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1971 Ryzhiy, ryzhiy, konopatyy (TV Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1969 Antoshka (TV Short)
 1969 Krokodil Gena (Short) (screenplay - as E. Uspenskiy)
 1969 Krylya dyadyushki Marabu (Short)
 1969 Vesyolaya karusel N 1 (Short) (subject - as E. Uspenskiy)
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In 2011 Uspenskiy won his battle with stomach cancer and felt good for the next 5 years. In 2017 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Uspenskiy was treated in Baden-Baden and he returned to Moscow in early August 2018 after completing his fourth course of chemotherapy in Germany. On August 9, 2018, he lost consciousness and his doctors suggested him to go to the hospital but he refused and ... See more »

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