Investigation Held by Kolobki

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Investigation held by Kolobki
Directed by Igor Kovalyov
Aleksandr Tatarskiy
Produced by Aleksandr Tatarskiy
Written by Eduard Uspensky
Starring Leonid Bronevoy
Music by Yuri Chernavskiy
Cinematography Iosif Golomb
Distributed by Soyuztelefilm
Studio Ekran
Release date
1986-1987
Running time
20 min 35 sec
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

Investigation held by Kolobki (Russian: Следствие ведут Колобки, translit. Sledstvie vedut kolobki) is a 1986-1987 Soviet animation by Aleksander Tatarskiy in four episodes.

Episodes 1 and 2 were made by Soyuztelefilm in 1986, 3 and 4 by T/O Ekran in 1987.

Later the characters (Brothers Pilots) of this animation were heavily used by Tatarskiy's Pilot TV, in particular for the series Attic Fruttis and Academy of own Arrors.

The name of this animation film is a pun of a popular Soviet TV series Investigation Held by ZnaToKi.

Plot summary[edit]

Foreign citizen Karbofos (allusion on Karabas Barabas; also a soviet term for Malathion insecticide) steals a rare species of striped elephant from a city zoo. Famous Kolobki brothers tackle the investigation.

In a souvenir shop, Karbofos obtains a certificate confirming that he had bought a porcelain elephant. Using this certificate he tries to get on a plane.

Luckily, the ingenious Kolobki arrive just in time to lure the elephant away with cod-liver oil and shoot Karbofos down with a balloon gun.

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Quotes[edit]

  • — Oh, Boss, I can see you!
    — Analogously!
  • I don't understand nothing.
  • Either something has happened, or one of these two possibilities.
  • Meet me at N o'clock!
    — Analogously! (There weren't the hour arrow on clock, he said that they could meet at N:00, where N is the Russian word tail and'd be any hour between 11 to 19 (like teenager)

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