|Directed by||Elisabeta Bostan|
|Running time||83 minutes|
The storyline is loosely based on the famous plot about the Goat and her kids, published as "The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids" in Grimm's Fairy Tales and known to Romanian audience as Ion Creangă's "Capra cu trei iezi" ("The Goat and her three kids") and to Russian audience as a folk tale "Волк и семеро козлят" ("The Wolf and the Seven Kids"). In the movie. the number of goat kids is five. The script was written by Vasilica Istrate and Yuri Entin, and Elisabeta Bostan directed.
The movie was filmed simultaneously in three different languages (Romanian, Russian and English). The cast was formed by dancers from Moscow Circus, Moscow Circus on Ice and Bolshoi Ballet. In 1977, the movie won the Silver Cup at the Children's Film Festival in Venice.
The film starred Lyudmila Gurchenko as Rada, the goat, Mikhail Boyarsky as Titi Suru, the Wolf, Oleg Popov as the bear, Saveliy Kramarov as the wolf's nephew, George Mihaita as the donkey and Florian Pittiş as the parrot.
- "Mom is Home", performed by Lyudmila Gurchenko
- "I Wish I Could Always Make You Smile", performed by Lulu Mihaescu
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