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I do not understand this Russian cartoon, but I like it.  Plus it looks like an Arthur Rackham Ivan Bilibin illustration brought to life. (I stand corrected)

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    One of my favourite Russian fairy tales, “Tsarevich Ivan, the Fire Bird and the Gray Wolf” with Ivan Bilibin style....
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    This cartoon baffles me. It’s so marvelously made, and still there are glaring mistakes in the animation at times. But...
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    oh, it’s the fairytale of Ivan Tsarevitch [“the tsar’s son”] and the Grey Wolf here’s the story if anyone’s interested
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    ((I HAVE THIS STORY AS A BOOK, it was one I always read when I was little, oh man I love this one. lksdjfsd I can retell...
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    (( The story that made me opening weep as I read while Sergei keeps her alive ;u; Can’t wait to put this into my...
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