17 Soviet Architecture in Cartoons

Soviet Architecture in Cartoons

Posted on July 17, 2007 by

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Most of old Russian cartoons back from the Soviet Era are notable for the landscapes of the fantasy Soviet reality. Totally childish cartoon plots were taking place on magnificent background of “Stalin’s” architectural forms. Just take a look.

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17 Responses to “Soviet Architecture in Cartoons”

  1. Lemony Fresh Atomic Misha says:

    Little Misha’s dress lasted only a few hours, at which point her long dormant female glands activated, sending twelve years of unmenstruated periods sliding right into the seat of the new dress. The dress could not be saved, and despite everyone’s earnest attempts, the blood clot baby could not be brought to life with household electricity nor improvised incantations.

    (third picture from bottom is very strange, looks like crucifixion or hanging…)

  2. jf long says:

    Regarding Russian animation: It is really something to see, especially the walk cycles. Considering it was all done by hand, they are very fluid and lifelike.

  3. A.W. says:

    I really would like to see the movie version of this… Just to check out how dynamic the animation is. Nevertheless, the stills of this movie are great too. It actually surprises me that the Soviet Union’s quality of animation work is so good.

  4. Russ, Ian says:

    I am sure that Tom & Jerry, and Bugs Bunny were depicted against realistic landscapes.

  5. firsak says:

    I don’t see anything unrealistic in these pics.

    • bjolso says:

      Me neither.

      Except that on picture number 8, there is an obezyanka sitting in the middle of the street. Which was probably very unusual.

  6. I am says:

    Soviet and russian cartoons best in the world

  7. Papipo Papipo Papipo says:

    Beatiful Soviet Union

  8. Mr.Tinkles says:

    i wanna downlaod this cartoon
    where i find it?

  9. Comedy Talk says:

    Wow nice way to express the past.. Cartoons.. I love it.

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