Vasilisa the Beautiful (1977 film)
|Vasilisa the Beautiful|
|Directed by||Vladimir Pekar|
|Produced by||Fyodor Ivanov|
|Written by||Victor Merezhko|
|Music by||Yevgeny Botyarov|
|Edited by||Natalia Stepantseva|
Vasilisa the Beautiful (Russian: Василиса Прекрасная, romanized: Vasilisa Prekrasnaya) is a 1977 Soviet hand-drawn animated film directed by Vladimir Pekar and made by Soyuzmultfilm Studio. The story is based on the Russian folk tale The Frog Princess.
The tsar wants his three sons to get married. The brothers gather into an open field and shoot arrows into different directions. The arrow of the eldest son falls at the Boyarsky Dvor, to the daughter of a Boyar, arrow of the middle son - fell into the yard of a merchant, and the arrow of the youngest son Ivan falls into the swamp.
- Yevgeny Leonov as Tsar
- Mikhail Kononov as Ivan
- Anna Kamenkova as Vasilisa the Beautiful
- Anastasia Georgievskaya as Baba Yaga
- Depicting the Trickster: Soviet Animation and Russian Folktales by Anatoliy Klots, Advisor: Professor Galya Diment
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