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Old September 12th, 2015 #1
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Russian: Падал прошлогодний снег - 1983.










 
Old September 12th, 2015 #2
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Is it true that Russians love snow?
 
Old September 12th, 2015 #3
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Is it true that Russians love snow?

There are people who love snow and winter.
Others do not like it (especially in St. Petersburg where winter is felt heavily).
A lot of fun skiing, sled and snowballs in the winter.
 
Old September 13th, 2015 #4
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"The Nutcracker" (Russian: Щелкунчик) - 1973.


Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
"Russian composer whose works included symphonies, concertos, operas, ballets, chamber music, and a choral setting of the Russian Orthodox Divine Liturgy".

Fairy tale by Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann ("The Nutcracker and the Mouse King").
"German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist, composer, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist".

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Old September 13th, 2015 #5
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It's great these days to see so many things about the real Russia. I'm a child of the cold war, so for my generation, we were fed a non-stop stream of heavy handed propaganda about Russia, it's people and it's culture.
I wouldn't doubt that the Russians were fed the same sort of crap about the west.

Fucking governments, fucking jews.
 
Old September 13th, 2015 #6
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It's great these days to see so many things about the real Russia. I'm a child of the cold war, so for my generation, we were fed a non-stop stream of heavy handed propaganda about Russia, it's people and it's culture.
I wouldn't doubt that the Russians were fed the same sort of crap about the west.

Fucking governments, fucking jews.
I am understand you


And now american's themes seen with our eyes




"Once a cowboy, two cowboy" (Russian: Раз ковбой, два ковбой...) - 1981.

Words:
"ранчо"="ranch"
"виски"="whisky"
"салун"="saloon"
"шериф"="sheriff"





 
Old September 13th, 2015 #7
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"The girl and the dolphin" (Russian: Девочка и дельфин) - 1979.









Lyrics:

"Dolphins are able to speak
It's true, they able to speak
His back shining in the sun,
Dolphins swim to us
Now they speak...

But we caught dolphins-silent,
They smiled at us in silence with a wave.
We, too, they were smiling,
But they have not guessed,
What they should speak..."


Говорят дельфины говорят,
Говорят, и вправду, говорят
Как блестят на солнце спины,
Это к нам плывут дельфины,
Вот сейчас они заговорят...

Но попались нам дельфины-молчуны,
Они молча улыбались нам с волны.
Мы им тоже улыбались,
Но они не догадались,
Что заговорить они должны...
 
Old September 14th, 2015 #8
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It's great these days to see so many things about the real Russia. I'm a child of the cold war, so for my generation, we were fed a non-stop stream of heavy handed propaganda about Russia, it's people and it's culture.
I wouldn't doubt that the Russians were fed the same sort of crap about the west.

Fucking governments, fucking jews.
So true. I remember watching a news broadcast in the early 80s showing May Day in Red Square that had a shot of a Ronald Reagan balloon dressed as a trigger-happy cowboy. I thought it was funny, but at the same time, I realized it was just Cold War propaganda, just like Reagan calling Russia the "Evil Empire". It was also reflected in films of the time, like Rocky IV and the Rambo movies.

I personally like Russians and think they have a fascinating culture. They are our fellow Whites and we have no reason to hate them, despite what our jew-run government and media says.
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Old September 14th, 2015 #9
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It was also reflected in films of the time, like Rocky IV and the Rambo movies.

Yes.
I've seen these movies




"In the blue sea white foam" (Russian: В синем море, в белой пене...) - 1984.




 
Old September 15th, 2015 #10
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"The Mitten" (Russian: Варежка) - 1967.



"Ребята!
Все у кого есть собаки, просим принять участие в соревновании.
Спешите!"

"Children!
All who have a dog , please take part in the competition.
Hurry up!"





 
Old September 16th, 2015 #11
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"Wings, legs and tails" (Russian: Крылья, ноги и хвосты) - 1985.










The cartoon without english subtitles, but in good quality.


 
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"The Nutcracker" (Russian: Щелкунчик) - 1973.


Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
"Russian composer whose works included symphonies, concertos, operas, ballets, chamber music, and a choral setting of the Russian Orthodox Divine Liturgy".

Fairy tale by Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann ("The Nutcracker and the Mouse King").
"German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist, composer, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist".

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The Nutcracker
I wonder how many Jews see this and gnash their teeth when the Rat King is defeated and White authority is restored.
 
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"The Snow Queen" (Russian: Снежная королева) - 1957.


(The first cartoon)




 
Old September 19th, 2015 #14
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"Puck! Shaibu!!" (Russian: Шайбу! Шайбу!!) - 1964.



When a man brings a poster, written on it:
"3th January
A HOCKEY
Meteor - Pennant
beginning at 7 pm".

Russian:
"3 Января
ХОККЕЙ
Метеор - Вымпел
начало в 19:00".












"Rematch" (Russian: Матч-реванш) - 1968.





 
Old September 21st, 2015 #15
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"Butterfly and the tiger" (Russian: Бабочка и тигр) - 1978.



"нет выхода"="no exit"





 
Old September 25th, 2015 #16
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"Polygon" (Russian: Полигон) - 1977.

(Watch until the end!)












"Story by Sever Gansovsky.

The film was drawn in an unusual animation technique called photographica that consists of two celluloid layers for each character with special color schemes and with one of the layers out of focus to imitate the three-dimensional space rendering. The animation then actively moves the virtual camera to change perspective dynamically for each scene and give a sense of realism, without the use of any CGI methods (which weren't available at the time).

The characters in this animated film were designed with faces very similar to those of several famous movie actors and celebrities of the time, including Ringo Starr, Jean Gabin, Paul Newman, Yul Brynner and Mel Ferrer (The scientist) among others."

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Used melody «Tanha Shodam» (1972) Afghan composer Ahmad Zahir.
Performs by Paul Mauriat (more popular under the name of «El Bimbo»)
 
Old September 30th, 2015 #17
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"The Fisherman and the Goldfish" (Russian: Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке) - 1950.



Story by Alexander Pushkin ("The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish").

"Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (1799 – 1837) - (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Пу́шкин) was a Russian poet, playwright, and novelist of the Romantic era who is considered by many to be the greatest Russian poet and the founder of modern Russian literature."

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"Mowgli" (Russian: Маугли) - 1967-1971.



Story by Rudyard Kipling ("The Jungle Book").





All parts of the cartoon without English subtitles.










All parts of the cartoon with English subtitles.





 
Old October 20th, 2015 #19
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"A bag full of apples" (Russian: Мешок яблок) - 1974.










"Ded Moroz and a gray wolf" (Russian: Дед Мороз и серый волк) - 1978.





 
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"Travels of an ant" (Russian: Путешествие муравья) - 1983.

Story by V. Bianki.
"Vitaly Valentinovich Bianki (1894-1959) - (Russian: Вита́лий Валенти́нович Биа́нки) - was a popular children’s writer and a prolific author of books on nature."

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