Wings, legs and tails
|Wings, legs and tails|
|Directed by||Igor Kovaliev, Aleksandr Tatarskiy|
|Produced by||G. Saraeva|
|Written by||Albert Ivanov, Igor Kovaliev, Aleksandr Tatarskiy|
|Starring||Alexander Filippenko and Alexei Ptitsyn (voice only)|
|Music by||Yury Chernavsky|
|Edited by||Lubov' Georgiyeva|
|Distributed by||Studio Ekran (Multtelefilm)|
|3 min. 53 sec.|
Wings, legs and tails (Russian: Крылья, ноги и хвосты; translit. Krilya, nogi i khvosti) is a 1986 Soviet animation film by Aleksandr Tatarskiy (T/O Ekran studio). The film is about a flying bird who taught the ostrich to fly. The film is a fable for kids telling that everybody has his limitations and abilities.
- Wings, legs... The main thing is the tail!
- Come on, ostrich, go! Work, work!
- It's better to lose a day and fly then in five minutes.
- If you can't do - we'll teach, if you don't want - we'll force!
- I said fly, but not run!
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