On the Trail of the Bremen Town Musicians
|On the Trail of the Bremen Town Musicians|
|Directed by||Vasily Livanov|
|Written by||Vasily Livanov
|Starring||Anatoli Gorokhov, Elmira Zherzdeva, Muslim Magomaev
|Music by||Gennady Gladkov|
On the Trail of the Bremen Town Musicians (Russian: По следам бременских музыкантов, Po sledam bremenskikh muzykantov) is a Soviet animation musical cartoon made as a sequel for The Bremen Town Musicians in 1973 on Soyuzmultfilm. Directed by Vasily Livanov, scenario and song texts by Yuri Entin and Vasily Livanov, music by Gennady Gladkov. The characters are voiced by Anatoli Gorokhov, Elmira Zherzdeva, Muslim Magomaev, and Gennady Gladkov. In 2000, the final sequel was done (The New Bremen Town Musicians).
A king, wanting for his daughter to be found and returned to his castle, hires a detective to carry out the task. But Troubadour and his friends - a Donkey, a Dog, a Cat, and a Rooster - hurry to release Princess from her "golden cage". Disguised as singers, they parody popular western rock-groups of the time. The group sneaks into the castle, and farther young Troubadour need rescue its love.
- On the Trail of the Bremen Town Musicians on IMDb
- On the Trail of the Bremen Town Musicians at Animator.ru
- Cartoon with English subtitles
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