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Despite the fact that the town in the film doesn't look like Bremen...
Despite the fact that the town in the film doesn't look like Bremen (since I live here now, I can compare ;-) ), this is a very nice cartoon, which I'd recommend to everyone. The music is superb! I wonder how it was allowed to be shown on Soviet TV in 1969, because the Donkey was always singing "Yeah! Yeah!... Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!", which is definitely an element of the western rock music banned in the Soviet Union. ;-)
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