Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin

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Vyacheslav Michailovich Kotyonochkin
Born (1927-06-20)June 20, 1927
Moscow
Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
Soviet Union
Died November 20, 2000(2000-11-20) (aged 73)
Moscow
Russia
Cause of death Natural causes
Resting place Vagankovo Cemetery
Occupation Animator
director
Years active 1947–2000
Children Aleksey Kotyonochkin
Natalia Kotyonochkina

Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Kotyonochkin (Russian: Вячеслав Михайлович Котеночкин) (June 20, 1927 – November 20, 2000) was a Soviet animator and director. He was notable for his works The Kitten from the Lizyukov street and Nu, pogodi!.[1] He was awarded the Order of Friendship (May 2, 1996) [2]

Biography[edit]

Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin was born 20 June 1927 in Moscow. During Great Patriotic War (term) he studied at artillery school.[1]

In 1947 he graduated from courses of animation and began career as animator at Soyuzmultfilm.

He directed more than 80 cartoons and became popular after premier of Nu, pogodi!.

In 1988 V. Kotyonochkin was awarded the USSR State Prize.

In 1999 appearanced his memoirs Nu, Kotyonochkin, pogodi!.

Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin died 20 November 2000 in Moscow and was buried at Vagankovo Cemetery.

Family[edit]

  • Wife — Tamara Vishnyova, ballerina
    • Son — Aleksey Kotyonochkin, animator, director
    • Daughter — Natalia Kotyonochkina
      • Granddaughter — Ekaterina Kotyonochkina, singer

Works[edit]

Animator

The Scarlet Flower (1952 film)

The Wild Swans (film)

Director

Nu, pogodi!

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