The Kitten from Lizyukov Street

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The Kitten from Lizyukov Street
Directed by Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin
Produced by Lilian Monahova
Written by Vitaly Zlotnikov
Starring voice cast only
Music by Vladimir Migulya
Cinematography Alexander Chekhovsky
Edited by Elena Nikitkina
Distributed by Soyuzmultfilm
Release date
  • 1988 (1988)
Running time
9 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

The Kitten from Lizyukov Street (Russian: Котёнок с улицы Лизюкова) is a 1988 Soviet animated film directed by Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin (Soyuzmultfilm).

Film features the voices of popular artists Vyacheslav Nevinny and Olga Aroseva.

In 2003 a sculpture was opened in Voronezh, featuring the characters of this film.[1]

The musical introduction to this film was used by Seryoga as the main theme for the film Bumer.

Plot[edit]

The storyline tells about the kitten being turned into the hippopotamus and finding himself in Africa, but he kept not only his cat's habits, but also love to his native street Lizyukova in Voronezh.

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