About an Old Man, an Old Woman and Their Hen Ryaba

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Aboout an Old Man, an Old Woman and Their Hen Ryaba
Про деда, бабу и курочку Рябу
Directed by Alexander Davydov
Written by Roman Kachanov
Music by Nina Savicheva
Cinematography Svetlana Koshcheyeva
Edited by V. Laev
Release date
1982
Running time
8 minutes
Country USSR
Language Russian

Aboout an Old Man, an Old Woman and Their Hen Ryaba (Russian: Про деда, бабу и курочку Рябу) is a 1982 Soviet Animation film by Alexander Davydov.[1] This cartoon was filming by Soyuzmultfilm studio. The film received national and international recognition.

Plot summary[edit]

The plot of the film is based on the Russian folk tale "Kurochka Ryaba" ("Ryaba the hen"). This tale is told, how a hen laid a golden egg. The Old Man and the Old Woman could not eat The Egg, because The Egg does not contain anything but a gold. They were to be hungry. The Hen laid The Egg Simple. Old Man and Old Woman were able to eat The Simple Egg and praise The Food.

Creators[edit]

English Russian
Director Alexander Davydov Александр Давыдов
Writer Roman Kachanov Роман Качанов
Art Directors Tatiana Zvorykina,
Vladimir Zuikov
Татьяна Зворыкина,
Владимир Зуйков
Animators Yuriy Meshcheryakov,
Dmitry Kulikov,
Youry Kuziurin,
Galina Zebrova,
T. Pomerantseva
Юрий Мещеряков,
Дмитрий Куликов,
Юрий Кузюрин,
Галина Зеброва,
Татьяна Померанцева
Artists Olga Novosselova,
Svetlana Davydova
Ольга Новоселова,
Светлана Давыдова
Camera Svetlana Koshcheyeva Светлана Кощеева
Music Nina Savicheva Нина Савичева
Sound Operator Vladimir Kutuzov Владимир Кутузов
Executive Producer Lubov Butyrina Любовь Бутырина
Editor V. Laev В. Лаэв
Script Editor Tatiana Paporova Татьяна Папорова

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