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Gribok-teremok (1958)

The story is about the dangers of staying outdoors during a storm warning.


Vladimir Suteev


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Credited cast:
Zinaida Bokareva Zinaida Bokareva ... The Hare (voice)
Galina Novozhilova Galina Novozhilova ... The Butterfly (voice)
Leonid Pirogov ... The Mushroom (voice)
Elena Ponsova ... The Fox (voice)
Irina Pototskaya Irina Pototskaya ... The Ant (voice) (as I. Pototskaya)
G. Sapozhnikova G. Sapozhnikova ... The Mouse (voice)
Agar Vlasova Agar Vlasova ... The Sparrow (voice) (as A. Vlasova)


An ant, carrying a straw, meets a grasshopper. He warns of an approaching strong thunderstorm. The ant does not have time to reach the house in time and has to wait out a shower on the way. He finds a tiny mushroom with a thick leg and a small bonnet, somehow fits under it with his straw. Soon a butterfly flies, which also needs to hide from the rain. Despite the fact that there is no place at all, the ant decides to make room and lets the butterfly to itself. Together they sing songs and soon collect a large company under the mushroom: a mouse, a sparrow and even a hare. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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Soviet Union



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1958 (Soviet Union) See more »

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Грибок-теремок See more »

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Soyuzmultfilm See more »
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mushroom shelter
26 April 2017 | by lee_eisenbergSee all my reviews

Vladimir Polkovnikov's "Gribok-teremok" is based on a story by cartoonist and children's author Vladimir Suteev. It's got a good moral lesson but a lot of the cartoon comes across as overly cute. The plot has a bunch of animals seeking shelter under a mushroom during a thunderstorm. It gets harder each time since there's less room, but the stakes get raised when a rabbit tries to escape a hungry fox.

I've liked most of the Soyuzmultfilm cartoons that I've seen (especially their adaptations of Winnie the Pooh), but this one was too fluffy. It was more like a 1930s Disney cartoon. If you authentically want to see it, it's available on Soyuzmultfilm's YouTube channel.

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