The best Soviet film fairy tale. Eighth round
The eighth stage of the audience voting for the best Soviet fairy tale film. In our childhood we watched these films in cinemas during the holidays and every week the yards were empty when the TV show “Visiting a Fairy Tale” started on TV, in which Aunt Valya would show a fairy tale
I recall the conditions. 160 films take part in the competition (the list is based on readers' requests in a preliminary post-survey). Since most of these fairy tales you, most likely, did not revise from childhood (and some, perhaps, did not see at all), all candidates for participation are provided with a movie with a film, so that you could, if you wish, review, and maybe and see for the first time. Therefore, only 10 films will take part in each round - otherwise the post is too heavy. Well, at the end of the qualifying rounds, films with the maximum number of votes will participate in the final vote.
In the first round, while the leaders are “Vasilisa the Beautiful” and “Kashchey the Immortal”, in the second - “Cinderella” and “The Old Man Hottabych”, in the third - “The Kingdom of Curved Mirrors” and “Frost”.In the fourth - "Three Fat Men", "Aladdin's Magic Lamp". In the fifth - "Barbara Beauty, a long braid" and "Old, old fairy tale." In the sixth - "Twelve months" and "Ruslan and Lyudmila". In the seventh - "The Adventures of Pinocchio" and "New Adventures of Masha and Viti"
Well, I present to you the participants of the eighth round:
Finist - The Clear Falcon. A fairy-tale film, staged by Gennady Vasilyev, a student of Alexander Row, based on Russian folk tales and the eponymous fairy-tale play by N. Ya. Shestakov. Dedicated to the memory of story director Alexander Row, who prepared the materials for the film and approved the actors, but not before the shooting began
Happy fun or laughter through tears. The film is a fairy tale by Igor Usov, which can be called a remake of Alexander Roe’s New Adventures of the Cat in Boots
Murad's magic book. Mukhamed Soyunkhanov's fairy tale film about how the hero of Turkmen fairy tales, Yartygulak, helped little boaster Murad to become honest and brave
Village Duck. The film-tale of Boris Buneev about the good and mischievous brownie named Cones
Mama. Joint Soviet-Romanian-French musical film on the theme of the fairy tale "The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids"
Yanka Shepherd. The film is a fairy tale by Vatslavy Verbovskaya, Yuri Tsvetkov
While the clock strikes. The film-tale of Gennady Vasilyev based on the works of Sofia Prokofieva “While the clock strikes” (in the original version - “The Tale of the wind on a windless day”) and “Eyed and key-invisible”
Princess on the Pea. The film is a fairy tale of Boris Rytsarev, based on the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen: “The Princess and the Pea”, “Swine Bird”, “Road Comrade”, “The Most Incredible”
Mermaid. The film by Vladimir Bychkov based on the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen
Seventh Genie. The film-tale of Mukhtar Aga-Mirzaev about the good gin who helped the potter Nabi deceive the khan to give water for the irrigation of the lands of the poor
Go to the vote.
I draw your attention that you can vote for a few fairy tales.
View Poll: The Best Soviet Film Fairy Tale
In the collage used footage from the feature films "Mom", dir. E. Bostan, 1976, Finist - the Clear Falcon, dir. G. Vasiliev, 1975
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