The Wild Swans (film)
|The Wild Swans|
The Crow explains to Lisa that there is a way to reverse her brother's "swan" curse.
|Directed by||Vera Tsekhanovskaya
|Written by||Yevgeniy Ryss
Mikhail Volpin (lyrics)
|Music by||Aleksandr Varlamov|
|Editing by||V. Tutubiner|
|Release dates||1962 (USSR)|
|Running time||60 minutes|
The Wild Swans (Russian: Дикие лебеди, Dikiye lebedi) is a 1962 Soviet traditionally-animated feature film directed by the husband-and-wife team of Mikhail Tsekhanovsky and Vera Tsekhanovskaya. Unusual for Soviet films of this period, and especially for animated films, it was filmed in widescreen. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow.
Home video releases
- DVD: Золотая коллекция любимых мультфильмов - 4. PAL, no subtitles. Contains: The Wild Swans, Argonauts (20 min), The Boatswain and the Parrot (series 1-4, 38 min), A Blue Puppy (20 min)
- VHS and MPEG-4 versions containing only the film.
- The Wild Swans at Animator.ru
- The Wild Swans at the Internet Movie Database
- The Wild Swans at myltik.ru (Russian)
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