Ein uraltes Märchen (1968) R2 German Cover

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An Old, Old Tale / Staraya Staraya Skazka (1968)

This story, both happy and sad, is based on the popular fairy tales by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. Two parallel story-lines develop in this film. At a roadside inn, the puppets play out for their master a merry, magic fairy tale about a brave soldier and a wicked princess, a witch and a kind wizard, and a fantastic city where a ridiculous and silly king lives. The puppet show has a happy end. The film’s other story-line is different, with much more sad lyricism in it. In real life, unlike the puppet show, the relationship between the young puppeteer and his beloved is not that simple. Director: Nadezhda Kosheverova Script: Yuri Dunsky, Valery Frid Camera: Konstantin Ryzhov Music by: Andrei Petrov Cast: Oleg Dal, Marina Neyolova, Vladimir Etoush, Georgy Vitsin, Vera Titova, Igor Dmitriev, Lev Lemke, Victor Perevalov, Georgy Shtil Languages: Russian, English, French Subtitles: Russian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Hebrew, Japanese Special Freatures: Original Theatrical Trailer; Filmographies, Photos, Biographies; ; Theatrical Trailers from the Collection Fairy Tales
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