Svet Sunday: Vinni Puh! (Winnie the Pooh)


Winnie the Pooh & Vinni Puh!
Hello,

Today I want to tell you about Winnie the Pooh! Oh, no! You all know about Winnie the Pooh, I am sure you read the book by Alan Alexander Milne and watched hundreds of series of Winnie the Pooh by Disney! Winnie the Pooh is very popular! You can see him everywhere: on cup of your little son or an application on a dress of your little niece. Even we; have sheets with Winnie the Pooh. They are very good by the way ;).

No, I will not tell you about Winnie the Pooh I’ll tell you about Vinni Puh or even better, I’ll show you a cartoon about Vinni Puh! Who is Vinni Puh? Vinni Puh is Russian version of Winnie the Pooh. Russian writer of children book Boris Zahoder had read the story of Alexander Milne in 1958. He liked this book very much and decided to retell the story for Soviet kids. And soviet cartoon-studia “Souzemulfilm” made 3 cartoons about Vinni Puh. (Part 2: Here)

Today we will watch the fist cartoon: “Vinni Puh gets acquainted with several very strange bees”(1969).

What else I can tell: Cartoons about Vinni Puh were our favorite. People in Russia picked up some phrases from the cartoons and still use them today!

Это “Жжж” не с проста – This Bzzzz could not be without reason (When Vinni sits under the Oak and hear some strange Bzzzz)
Кажется дождь собирается – It seems it will be raining.. (When Vinni tries to pretend he is a cloud, and Piglet/Pyatachok, walks under umbrella near the oak)

If you like this cartoon, we will post the rest? There are three of the series!

Do you want to see the other two?

Best wishes for all!
Svet

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