Three from Prostokvashino
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|Three from Prostokvashino|
Uncle Fyodor, His Dog and His Cat
|Directed by||Vladimir Popov|
|Written by||Eduard Uspensky|
|Music by||Yevgeni Krylatov|
|Edited by||Natalya Stepantseva|
|18 min 48 sec|
Three from Prostokvashino (Russian: Трое из Простоквашино, Troye iz Prostokvashino) is a 1978 Soviet animated film based on the children's book Uncle Fyodor, His Dog and His Cat (Дядя Фёдор, Пёс и Кот) by Eduard Uspensky. The film has two sequels, Vacation in Prostokvashino (Каникулы в Простоквашино) (1980) and Winter in Prostokvashino (Зима в Простоквашино) (1984).
The main character is a six-year-old boy who is called Uncle Fyodor (voiced by Mariya Vinogradova) because he is very serious. After his parents don't let him keep Matroskin (voiced by Oleg Tabakov), a talking cat, Uncle Fyodor leaves his home. With the dog Sharik (voiced by Lev Durov), the three set up a home in the country, a village called "Soured milk" (Russian: Простоквашино Prostokvashino, from Russian Простокваша, Soured milk). There, they have many adventures, some involving the local mailman, Pechkin (voiced by Boris Novikov).
The series has been a source of many phrases in the post-Soviet countries. It has made an impact comparable to Nu, pogodi! in Russian culture.
- Three from Prostokvashino at the Big Cartoon DataBase
- Three from Prostokvashino at the Internet Movie Database
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