The best Soviet film fairy tale. Sixteenth round
The sixteenth, final stage of the pre-election vote for the best Soviet fairy tale film, films that we loved so much in childhood, and some still love it. Ahead is the final and it will be possible to sum up.
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." In the eighth - "Mom" and "Finist - Clear Falcon." In the ninth, "About Red Riding Hood" and "How Ivan the Fool went to a miracle." In the tenth - "Ordinary miracle." In the eleventh - "There, on unknown paths ..." and "Sold laughter." In the twelfth - "Mary Poppins, goodbye" and "Wizards." In the thirteenth - "Red, honest, in love" and "Peppy Long Stockings." In the fourteenth - "Above the Rainbow" and "Tales of the old wizard." In the fifteenth - "After the rain on Thursday" and "Sat on the golden porch"
Well, I present to you the participants of the sixteenth round:
Adventures of Arslan. The film-tale of George Bzarov about a brave boy and an evil sorcerer
One, two - woe, never mind!. Musical tale of Mikhail Yuzovsky. The adaptation of the play of the same name by Julia Kim
The return of Khoja Nasreddin. The film is a fairy tale by Rein Liblik. Phantasmagoria based on Oriental legends
Do not leave.... The film is a fairy tale by Leonid Nechayev, based on the play of the same name by George Polonsky, based on William Thackere's fairy tale "The Ring and the Rose"
Philip Traum. The mystical story of Igor Maslennikov based on the novel "The Mysterious Stranger" by Mark Twain
Potter and pot. The film-tale of George Bzarov about a man of clay, to whom the potter forgot to give a heart
Dreamman. The film-tale of George Bzarov about a boy who came to the country of dreams
Rock and roll for princesses. The film-tale based on the book by Radi Pogodin "Tournament in the kingdom of Fiofegas", shot by Radomir Vasilevsky
The Tale of the Merchant's Daughter and the Mysterious Flower. The film-tale of Vladimir Grammatikov based on the fairy tale by S. T. Aksakov "The Scarlet Flower"
Shadow, or Maybe everything will cost. The musical film by Mikhail Kozakov based on the play “The Shadow” by Evgeny Schwarz
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 film "One, two - woe does not matter!", Dir. Mikhail Yuzovsky, 1988, "Do not leave ...", dir.