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Нарушение правил - Uncle Styopa - Netflix
Uncle Styopa (Russian: Дядя Стёпа, IPA: [ˈdʲædʲə ˈstʲɵpɐ]), also known as Dyadya Stepa, is a series of poems written by Russian children's poet Sergey Mikhalkov. They were written in trochaic tetrameter. The poems featured a brave and noble militsioner (a policeman) who was unusual due to his extreme height. The name of the protagonist of the series was Stepan Stepanov (Russian: Степан Степанов), or Styopa, which is a diminutive of the Russian given name Stepan. He performed various acts of good will, such as rescuing people, preventing train crashes, helping firefighters, stopping a school bully or working as a police officer for the Soviet Militsiya. Styopa is a wise, brave, generous, noble, fun-loving character. He fights against injustice and serves as an inspiration to the pioneers. It was largely due to this set of poems, among others written during the 1930s in the Soviet Union, that Mikhalkov achieved fame and garnered admiration from the Soviet population. His popularity was phenomenal. Uncle Styopa's face was almost instantly associated with the face of the author. Sergey Mikhalkov himself looked like a tall athlete, and the first illustrators of the poem pictured Uncle Styopa with Mikhalkov's face. More than 250 million copies of the poems have been sold.
Нарушение правил - A 1939 film - Netflix
A 1939 black-and-white animated film Uncle Styopa was directed by Vladimir Suteev and produced at the Soyuzmultfilm, with a script written by Nikolay Aduyev. The music was composed by Alexey Kamin. Among the animators were Boris Dyozhkin, Faina Yepifanova, Lidiya Reztsova, Fyodor Khitruk, Anna Shchekalina. It was one of the earliest Soyuzmultfilm's animated films.
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