|The Lost Letter |
|Directed by ||Lamis Bredis |
|Produced by ||Soyuzmultfilm |
|Written by ||Nikolai Gogol (story) |
|Narrated by ||Vasiliy Kachalov |
|Starring ||Sergei Martinson |
|Music by ||Serafim Vasilenko |
|Release date(s) ||1945 (USSR) |
|Running time ||42 min 42 sec |
|Country ||USSR |
|Language ||Russian |
|IMDb profile |
The Lost Letter (Russian: Пропа́вшая гра́мота, Propavshaya gramota), or A Disappeared Diploma, is the first Soviet traditionally-animated feature film, directed by the Brumberg sisters and Lamis Bredis in 1945. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on the story with the same name by Nikolai Gogol. Winnie-the-Pooh by Soyuzmultfilm The Studio Soyuzmultfilm () is the most important Soviet animation film studio, founded in 1935 under the name of Soyuzdetmultfilm. ...
Nikolai Gogol Gogol redirects here. ...
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Location Position of Moscow in Europe Government Country District Subdivision Russia Central Federal District Federal City Mayor Yuriy Luzhkov Geographical characteristics Area - City 1,081 kmÂ² Population - City (2005) - Density 10,415,400 8537. ...
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| ||English ||Russian |
|Directors ||Lamis Bredis |
|Ламис Бредис |
|Scenario ||Zinoviy Kalik ||Зиновий Калик |
|Art Directors ||Yevgeniy Migunov |
|Евгений Мигунов |
|Artists ||B. Suteyeva |
|Б. Сутеева |
|Animators ||Pyotr Repkin |
|Пётр Репкин |
|Camera Operators ||Nikolai Boinov |
|Николай Воинов |
|Composer ||Serafim Vasilenko ||Серафим Василенко |
|Sound Operator ||Nikolay Prilutskiy ||Николай Прилуцкий |
|Animation director(?) ||Aleksandr Ptushko ||Александр Птушко |
|Voice Actors ||Sergei Martinson |
|Сергей Мартинсон |
|Narrator ||Vasiliy Kachalov ||Василий Качалов |
Aleksandr Ptushko (April 19, 1900 in Lugansk, Ukraine--March 6, 1973 in Moscow, Russia) was a Soviet animation and film director. ...
The history of Russian animation is a very rich, but so far nearly unexplored field for Western film theory and history. ...
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- Propavshaya gramota at the Internet Movie Database
- Propavshaya gramota at animator.ru (English and Russian)
- Review of the film at Anipages Daily
- Propavshaya gramota at myltik.ru (Russian)