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Winnie-the-Pooh (1969)

Vinni-Pukh (original title)
A Soviet version of Winnie-the-Pooh. His first adventure is a desperate attempt to get to honey in a bee hollow. He is ready to take decisive action.

Director:

Fyodor Khitruk (as F. Khitruk)

Writers:

A.A. Milne (books) (as A. Miln), Boris Zakhoder (screenplay) (as F. Zakhoder) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview:
Evgeniy Leonov ... Vinni-Pukh (voice) (as E. Leonov)
Iya Savvina ... Pyatachok (voice) (as I. Savvina)
Vladimir Osenev Vladimir Osenev ... Narrator (voice) (as V. Osenev)
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Storyline

Long ago, it seems, last Friday, lived in one country a bear cub under the name of Winnie the Pooh. And why under the name? Because, above his door was the inscription: "Winnie the Pooh," and he lived under it. Once Winnie the Pooh went to the forest to have a little refreshment - he always was not averse to refreshment. In addition, he was a poet and in his spare time composed poems and even songs. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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In 2017, in honor of the cycle of animations, the Bank of Russia issued two types of commemorative coins - in the usual performance of 25 rubles in value and in a special version of silver with a denomination of 3 rubles. See more »

Quotes

Pyatachok: Won't the bees know it's you under that balloon?
Vinni-Pukh: Maybe they will, or maybe they wont'.
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Connections

Referenced in Khroniki volchiego perioda: Volchiy Armageddon (2010) See more »

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Dear Disney: you know nothing when it comes to adapting A.A. Milne's works.
23 December 2016 | by lee_eisenbergSee all my reviews

Unless you've read any of A.A. Milne's original works, then your image of Winnie the Pooh is the treacly cartoons released by Disney. But there was another set of cartoons depicting the honey-obsessed bear. This set got produced by Soyuzmultfilm, a studio in the Soviet Union, and their Pooh looks more ursine than the Disney one. The first one was "Vinni-Pukh" (the Russian pronunciation of the bear's name). In this one, Pooh wants to get some honey out of a beehive, and so he enlists Piglet's help (Piglet is called Pyatachok in Russian). Naturally there are a few snags. I particularly liked Pooh's nonsense singing. This particular cartoon doesn't include the rest of the characters. It's all about Pooh, Piglet, and the bees. Anyone interested in the history of animation can't afford to miss this short.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

1969 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Winnie-the-Pooh See more »

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Production Co:

Soyuzmultfilm See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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