Three from Prostokvashino (Трое из Простоквашино, 1978) by Vladimir Popov

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Three from Prostokvashino
Three from Buttermilk Village
Трое из Простоквашино
Troye iz Prostokvashino (ru)
Тримата от Простоквашино (bg)
Die Drei aus Prostokvashino (de)
Kolm sõpra Prostokvašinost (et)
Kolmekesi Prostokvašinost (et)

Year 1978
Director(s) Popov Vladimir
Studio(s) Soyuzmultfilm
Language(s) Russian
Genre(s) Comedy
Literature (Rus./East Slavic)
Animation Type(s)  Drawn (cel)
Length 00:18:48
Wordiness 16.92 profile Ru, En
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This film is part of the Prostokvashino series.


A boy runs away from home to live in the countryside with his friends, a cat and a dog. Based on the children's book by Eduard Uspenskiy.

This was immediately very popular in the USSR upon release, with many phrases from it becoming well-known. There were two more sequels made in the 1980s. It was still popular in 2014; a public opinion poll of 1.5 thousand Russians had the "Prostokvashino" series sharing 3rd place for most beloved cartoon (20% voted for "Just You Wait", 7% for "Masha and the Bear", 5% each for "Prostokvashino" and "Shrek").

The village in the cartoon is named after a very common sour-milk drink, Prostokvasha (for more about it, see here).



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