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In the Wake of the Bremen Town Musicians (1973)

Po sledam bremenskikh muzykantov (original title)
Sequel to the cult Russian animation Bremenskie muzykanty (1969)

Director:

Vasiliy Livanov

Writers:

Vasiliy Livanov (screenplay), Yuriy Entin (screenplay) (as Yury Entin)
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Cast overview:
Muslim Magomayev ... Troubadour / Atamansha / Detective (singing voice)
Elmira Zherzdeva Elmira Zherzdeva ... Princess (singing voice)
Gennadiy Gladkov Gennadiy Gladkov ... King (singing voice)
Anatoliy Gorokhov Anatoliy Gorokhov ... Dog / Cat / Cock / Ass / Court Circle / Bandits (singing voice)
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Storyline

The King, wanting to return his daughter to the palace, hires a Detective. Taking with him the guards of the king, he travels by car to perform the task. The Bremen Town Musicians rest in the meadow and sing, while the Princess collects flowers. Suddenly, the king's guards, who were under a hay, kidnap her. But Troubadour and his friends - the Donkey, the Dog, the Cat and the Rooster - rush to rescue the Princess from the golden cage. To divert the attention of the King and the Detective, they disguise themselves as singers and parody popular western rock bands. The Troubadour, taking advantage of the turmoil, enters the palace and saves his love. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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According to another version and the memoirs of Inessa Kovalevskaya, she was not against the continuation as such, but she did not like the script, which partially repeated the plot of the first film. Then Kovalevskaya came up with a new character - Detective and invited Livanov and Entin to work on the script while she was busy with another project. Some time later, she learned that the animated film was launched without her participation. See more »

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References Kidnapping, Caucasian Style (1967) See more »

Soundtracks

The Sun Will Arise
Written by Yuriy Entin / Gennadiy Gladkov
Sung by Muslim Magomayev
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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

1973 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

По следам бременских музыкантов See more »

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