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I saw that movie when I was about 7 or 8 years old. It was amazing movie for me. Handsome Mary Poppins (I didn't know then that it was Natalya Andreichenko, one of the most beautiful Russian actress in the 80's), imposing Cat-dancer and incredible Miss Andrew (this role was played by the greatest actor Oled Tabakov). Moreover, all the roles in this movie are played by very famous Russian stars. The atmosphere of fairy-tale stays even after movie watching. Songs and music are still moving to tears because the memory goes back to the childhood. I remember one moment well - balloons lying in the light of a lantern on the cobblestone pavement and sounds the song about the colour dreams which only children can see. I really like that movie and advice to watch it.
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