Ivan Tsarevich and the Gray Wolf (film)

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Ivan Tsarevich and the Gray Wolf
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Directed byVladimir Toropchin
Produced byAleksander Boyarskiy
Sergei Selyanov
Screenplay byAleksander Boyarskiy
Rotislav Hait
Leonid Barats
StarringNikita Yefremov
Artur Smolyaninov
Music byValentin Vasenkov
Igor Rasteryaev
Production
company
Release date
  • December 29, 2011 (2011-12-29)
Running time
80 minutes
CountryRussia
LanguageRussian
Budget$7.5 million[1]
Box office$29 million[1]

Ivan Tsarevich and the Gray Wolf (Russian: Иван Царевич и Серый волк, romanizedIvan Tsarevich i Seriy volk) is a 2011 Russian full-length traditionally-animated film directed by Vladimir Toropchin.[2][3]

Plot[edit]

The young princess Vasilisa from a faraway kingdom is too enthusiastic about her education and she dreams of marrying out of love only. Her father, an elderly king, not unfamiliar with intrigues, gives up in trying to get his daughter to "settle down". Meanwhile, his minister, cunning and dexterous, but not very intelligent, under the influence of a living shadow-spirit with sin in half decides to steal the famous royal key from the secret storage. In the opinion of this spirit, the best way to realize this plan is to marry Vasilisa. However, before the minister manages to convince the king in what he wants, the king announces to his daughter that she must get married to the first man she meets. And this man turns out to be a certain Ivan from the neighboring kingdom - a simple guy, hard-working and good-natured, who dreams of becoming a fireman. By chance, the "unwilling bride and groom" fall in love with each other. But in order to defend their right to happiness, they have to endure many trials.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Anastasia Zhokhova. "В чем секрет "Трех богатырей", одолевших "Хоббита" в кинопрокате". Forbes.
  2. ^ ""Иван Царевич и Серый волк" - витамин для зрителя". RIA Novosti.
  3. ^ "Иван Царевич и Серый волк". VokrugTV.

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